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Wednesday, August 24th, 2022, 6:13 pm

New COVID-19 Data Out 3 Hours Ago: This Summer’s Hospitalisations Remain Extremely High (More Than Ten Times Higher Than 2020), Totals Doubled This Past Year and May Exceed 1,000,000 Next Month

Today’s numbers:

2022

Date followed by number of UK hospitalisations linked to COVID-19:

18-08-2022 757
17-08-2022 855
16-08-2022 896
15-08-2022 957
14-08-2022 835
13-08-2022 834
12-08-2022 859
11-08-2022 1,005
10-08-2022 1,117
09-08-2022 1,082
08-08-2022 1,078
07-08-2022 984
06-08-2022 847
05-08-2022 1,027
04-08-2022 1,127
03-08-2022 1,190
02-08-2022 1,200
01-08-2022 1,257
31-07-2022 1,240
30-07-2022 1,043
29-07-2022 1,146
28-07-2022 1,321
27-07-2022 1,369
26-07-2022 1,471
25-07-2022 1,521
24-07-2022 1,448
23-07-2022 1,310
22-07-2022 1,425
21-07-2022 1,752
20-07-2022 1,948
19-07-2022 2,053
18-07-2022 1,984
17-07-2022 1,866
16-07-2022 1,548
15-07-2022 1,706
14-07-2022 2,073
13-07-2022 2,185
12-07-2022 2,218
11-07-2022 2,276
10-07-2022 2,078
09-07-2022 1,814
08-07-2022 1,937
07-07-2022 2,248
06-07-2022 2,212
05-07-2022 2,204
04-07-2022 2,187
03-07-2022 1,988
02-07-2022 1,600
01-07-2022 1,571

Total: 71,078

2021

18-08-2021 913
17-08-2021 967
16-08-2021 870
15-08-2021 807
14-08-2021 788
13-08-2021 790
12-08-2021 861
11-08-2021 850
10-08-2021 894
09-08-2021 760
08-08-2021 742
07-08-2021 729
06-08-2021 782
05-08-2021 812
04-08-2021 836
03-08-2021 763
02-08-2021 789
01-08-2021 739
31-07-2021 676
30-07-2021 746
29-07-2021 840
28-07-2021 852
27-07-2021 922
26-07-2021 941
25-07-2021 939
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: 36,464

2020

18-08-2020 128
17-08-2020 95
16-08-2020 80
15-08-2020 99
14-08-2020 100
13-08-2020 129
12-08-2020 101
11-08-2020 114
10-08-2020 86
09-08-2020 106
08-08-2020 140
07-08-2020 117
06-08-2020 100
05-08-2020 138
04-08-2020 125
03-08-2020 110
02-08-2020 93
01-08-2020 128
31-07-2020 114
30-07-2020 132
29-07-2020 131
28-07-2020 119
27-07-2020 129
26-07-2020 109
25-07-2020 120
24-07-2020 159
23-07-2020 198
22-07-2020 158
21-07-2020 125
20-07-2020 130
19-07-2020 126
18-07-2020 105
17-07-2020 143
16-07-2020 166
15-07-2020 168
14-07-2020 186
13-07-2020 189
12-07-2020 114
11-07-2020 177
10-07-2020 175
09-07-2020 214
08-07-2020 207
07-07-2020 215
06-07-2020 203
05-07-2020 195
04-07-2020 202
03-07-2020 214
02-07-2020 216
01-07-2020 270

Total: 6,828

It is widely known that those who exit the hospitals (alive afterwards, not in a body bag) have life-long or long-term damage. It happens most of the time. Those who survive don’t live too well. So we’re not actually solving the problem. We just test less to blind ourselves to the problem.

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