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Friday, August 26th, 2022, 6:57 am

The Absurdity of UK Government’s COVID-19 Data Disclosures (Deaths 2-3 Times Higher, But Updates/Data Demoted From Daily to Weekly)

2021 number of deaths around that time:

15-07-2021 54
14-07-2021 47
13-07-2021 50
12-07-2021 43
11-07-2021 36
10-07-2021 45
09-07-2021 52
08-07-2021 42
07-07-2021 36
06-07-2021 35
05-07-2021 29
04-07-2021 29
03-07-2021 31
02-07-2021 32
01-07-2021 28

Government policy: you need more data on deaths.

Improved local authority allocation for deaths in England.

2022 number of deaths around that time:

15-07-2022 100
14-07-2022 118
13-07-2022 128
12-07-2022 145
11-07-2022 122
10-07-2022 114
09-07-2022 100
08-07-2022 101
07-07-2022 98
06-07-2022 108
05-07-2022 99
04-07-2022 85
03-07-2022 68
02-07-2022 85
01-07-2022 77

Government policy: you don’t need no stinkin’ updates.

Updates will be weekly after Friday 1st July 2022

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