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Sunday, October 2nd, 2022, 8:15 pm

Almost 3 Years After Breakout, 208,000 British Deaths Linked to COVID-19

208k Deaths COVID-19

And hospitalisations grow like never before.

2022: (until latest available data for England)

28-09-2022 7,024 in hospital
27-09-2022 6,758
26-09-2022 6,439
25-09-2022 6,045
24-09-2022 5,773
23-09-2022 5,604
22-09-2022 5,366
21-09-2022 5,142

2021:

28-09-2021 5,126 in hospital
27-09-2021 5,121
26-09-2021 4,949
25-09-2021 5,100
24-09-2021 5,036
23-09-2021 5,214
22-09-2021 5,406
21-09-2021 5,543

2020:

28-09-2020 1,955 in hospital
27-09-2020 1,793
26-09-2020 1,689
25-09-2020 1,686
24-09-2020 1,546
23-09-2020 1,439
22-09-2020 1,378
21-09-2020 1,299

The current policy isn’t working. People are ill and they get poor (there’s also Long “COVID-19″, which few wish to speak about). As someone noted: “as of Monday, Labour were polling 17 points ahead of the Conservative (per YouGov). That was bad enough, but by Thursday 29th, a new poll gave Labour a stunning 33 point lead in the polls as Conservative voter support imploded. It seems that tanking the currency, the pension system, the housing market, and the national debt in just one week is slightly unpopular. Who could possibly have seen that coming?”

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