Introduction About Site Map

RSS 2 Feed RSS 2 Feed

Main Page | Blog Index

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2024, 7:49 am

In England, Over a Million People Admitted to Hospital With COVID-19 and Now the Government Shuts Down the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Dashboard

I very rarely check this portal anymore, and that is primarily because 3 years have passed since I lost confidence in the system and this “Crisis of Trust” only worsens over time. But I have only just noticed that a million English people with COVID-19 reached the hospital (probably more, but testing isn’t done much anymore) and they are deprecating the dashboard.

COVID-19 dashboard

It is worth noting that they remove (or removed) the dashboard just when “People tested positive in England” (over the past week) is up 39%!

Kill the dashboard, problem solved?

They try to tell us that last month, in winter, there were 583 “Daily cases”, but we know that infection levels in some countries reached an all-time high. They just don’t test much. If you’re not tested at all (never mind as positive) and you die, what will they blame? Cause of death… what?

The dashboard counts “21,024,823″ cases of COVID-19 since it all began, but health professionals and the media tell us nearly everyone has had it by now and many had it several times.

This is not science. This is pure bullshit, or politicised cover-up with scientific veneer. Even total mortality figures are becoming harder to trust.

Technical Notes About Comments

Comments may include corrections, additions, citations, expressions of consent or even disagreements. They should preferably remain on topic.

Moderation: All genuine comments will be added. If your comment does not appear immediately (a rarity), it awaits moderation as it contained a sensitive word or a URI.

Trackbacks: The URI to TrackBack this entry is:

Syndication: RSS feed for comments on this post RSS 2

    See also: What are feeds?, Local Feeds

Comments format: Line and paragraph breaks are automatic, E-mail address never displayed, HTML allowed: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Back to top

Retrieval statistics: 21 queries taking a total of 0.126 seconds • Please report low bandwidth using the feedback form
Original styles created by Ian Main (all acknowledgements) • PHP scripts and styles later modified by Roy Schestowitz • Help yourself to a GPL'd copy
|— Proudly powered by W o r d P r e s s — based on a heavily-hacked version 1.2.1 (Mingus) installation —|