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Thursday, August 4th, 2022, 3:25 am

United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales, NI) COVID-19 Hospitalisation Rates Compared: July 2022 Eleven Times Worse Than July 2020

Yesterday’s disclosed figures only run until the 24th of July (except for England), so let’s compare analogous periods (July 1-24) in 2020, 2021, and 2020. Hospitalisation means that something went very wrong. It also compensates for the artefact of “under-testing” — a growing problem as people don’t report infections and mostly keep that to themselves, unless or until they come to the hospital.

2020

24-07-2020 159 hospitalisations for the day
23-07-2020 198 hospitalisations for the day
22-07-2020 158 hospitalisations for the day
21-07-2020 125 hospitalisations for the day
20-07-2020 130 hospitalisations for the day
19-07-2020 126 hospitalisations for the day
18-07-2020 105 hospitalisations for the day
17-07-2020 143 hospitalisations for the day
16-07-2020 166 hospitalisations for the day
15-07-2020 168 hospitalisations for the day
14-07-2020 186 hospitalisations for the day
13-07-2020 189 hospitalisations for the day
12-07-2020 114 hospitalisations for the day
11-07-2020 177 hospitalisations for the day
10-07-2020 175 hospitalisations for the day
09-07-2020 214 hospitalisations for the day
08-07-2020 207 hospitalisations for the day
07-07-2020 215 hospitalisations for the day
06-07-2020 203 hospitalisations for the day
05-07-2020 195 hospitalisations for the day
04-07-2020 202 hospitalisations for the day
03-07-2020 214 hospitalisations for the day
02-07-2020 216 hospitalisations for the day
01-07-2020 270 hospitalisations for the day

Total: 3,905

2021

24-07-2021 828
23-07-2021 867
22-07-2021 955
21-07-2021 930
20-07-2021 938
19-07-2021 877
18-07-2021 799
17-07-2021 710
16-07-2021 700
15-07-2021 775
14-07-2021 755
13-07-2021 750
12-07-2021 732
11-07-2021 594
10-07-2021 552
09-07-2021 559
08-07-2021 608
07-07-2021 571
06-07-2021 577
05-07-2021 521
04-07-2021 470
03-07-2021 396
02-07-2021 392
01-07-2021 373

Total: 15,856

2022

24-07-2022 1,427
23-07-2022 1,293
22-07-2022 1,389
21-07-2022 1,724
20-07-2022 1,928
19-07-2022 2,036
18-07-2022 1,969
17-07-2022 1,852
16-07-2022 1,533
15-07-2022 1,692
14-07-2022 2,054
13-07-2022 2,171
12-07-2022 2,205
11-07-2022 2,268
10-07-2022 2,063
09-07-2022 1,810
08-07-2022 1,935
07-07-2022 2,236
06-07-2022 2,207
05-07-2022 2,198
04-07-2022 2,182
03-07-2022 1,984
02-07-2022 1,599
01-07-2022 1,565

Total: 43,755

We’re fast approaching one millions hospitalisations, having already surpassed 200,000 deaths.

The main difference is, the government became indifferent and the weekly mortality reports have not been issued in nearly a month.

Soon a month ago!

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