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    Quote Originally Posted by Elad View Post
    Mr T, I hope that's a mistake on the UK deaths?
    Oops!

    Yes, thanks for bringing that to my attention. Thankfully a typo, too many twos! I’ve fixed that and also updated the Total Tests figures which were only officially announced after I’d posted. PHE also corrected the Total Case daily increase figure.
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    Today's figures for are below. Positive news on the UK death rate, today's figure is the lowest since before the lockdown began.


    30/05/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,081
    +4
    61
    +2
    2,963
    +2
    57
    +0
    375,453
    +0
    187,958
    +6,287


    30/05/20 Total Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    274,762
    +1,936
    38,489
    +113
    2,144,626
    +0
    4,285,738
    +115,738


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    Today's figures for are below.


    01/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,082
    +1
    60
    -1
    2,965
    +2
    57
    +0
    375,453
    +0
    195,122
    +7,164


    01/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    276,332
    +1,570
    39,045
    +111
    2,144,626
    +0
    4,484,340
    +128,473


    Note from Public Health England about today's death figure
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    The cumulative totals for deaths have been revised to include an additional 445 deaths. These additional deaths are from the period 26 April to 31 May. The daily total today is unaffected. Our published daily series has been revised to show when these deaths were reported.



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    Last edited by Tobias; 2nd Jun 2020 at 13:08. Reason: To add late updated test figures
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    There are three kinds of lies apparently, "lies, damned lies, and statistics."

    Looks like Matt Hancock is telling statistical "lies". The testing regime is the bedrock of getting out of the current lock down but can you trust the bloke to tell the truth on this matter?

    https://www.politicshome.com/news/article/statistics-watchdog-blasts-matt-hancock-over-inadequate-figures-on-coronavirus-testing


    As for covid deaths - another bunch of lies peddled out each day by the government.

    The UK has registered 59,537 more deaths than usual since the week ending March 20, indicating that the virus has directly or indirectly killed 891 people per million.

    https://www.ft.com/content/6b4c784e-...2-648ffde71bf0
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    The number of people dying each week linked to coronavirus has dropped to its lowest levels in England and Wales since March, figures show.

    The Office for National Statistics review of death certificates showed 2,589 cases where the virus was mentioned in the week ending 22 May.
    Overall there were nearly 12,300 deaths in that week - 2,300 more than normal at this time of the year.

    At the peak of the pandemic double the number were dying than expected.
    Overall, there have been 286,700 deaths this year - 51,400 above what would be expected.

    Some 43,800 have been attributed to coronavirus.


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    Deaths at lowest level since March

    Today's figures for are below:


    02/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,083
    +1
    59
    -1
    2,966
    +1
    58
    +1
    375,453
    +0
    200,622
    +5,500


    02/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    277,985
    +1,613
    39,369
    +324
    2,144,626
    +0
    4,615,146
    +135,643


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    Today's figures for are below:


    03/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,084
    +1
    58
    -1
    2,968
    +2
    58
    +0
    375,453
    +0
    207,912
    +7,290


    03/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    279,856
    +1,871
    39,728
    +359
    2,144,626
    +0
    4,786,219
    +171,829


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    Ok Mr T i would love to see deaths per country ?
    because i do believe this is project fear and no more than that we have been hood winked .
    Basics do not add up....

    - - - - - - - u p d a t e d - - - - - - -

    57 deaths in a country the size of Thailand is not a pandemic...................Thailand with no health system we have had the NHS for 70 years
    The 3 amigos today dodge every question and read scripts .Nightingale more like blowing a gale .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samsung View Post
    ... 57 deaths in a country the size of Thailand is not a pandemic...................Thailand with no health system we have had the NHS for 70 years
    The 3 amigos today dodge every question and read scripts .Nightingale more like blowing a gale .
    I think the hoodwinking is more on the part of Thailand somehow. Everyone knows they like to make out that life is sweeter than sweet here in order to get the tourists over. I imagine the figures are grossly inaccurate but it won't be proved because frankly nobody takes this Govt. seriously. Every time there is a new case (17 today) they are classed as imported. This just doesn't mount up for me.

    Every day they interrupt all TV channels to announce the situation yet find it imperative to commentate on other countries and have a 'ranking' system which shows Thailand at number 80 in the world, like it's a competition. Again, I don't get the need to compare the situations as there are so many differences between each country in terms of climate, demographics and so on. Still, my one year old was pleased to see Boomerang interrupted to update him on the Covid situation for half an hour this morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barnet View Post
    I think the hoodwinking is more on the part of Thailand somehow.
    When you think about it, it's quite amazing. All Thai repatriation flights include temperature testing at various stages of check-in, including before physically boarding the plane, safe distance seating rules apply and masks have to be worn. Temperature testing takes place at various times during the flight.

    Yet, despite this, having been seemingly well during the flight, upon landing x number of passengers suddenly display 'feverish symptoms'.

    The sub-text implies that the Countries all these cases arrive from, must be virus hotspots judging by the percentages involved. And yet many aren't.

    I like what the Thai Enquirer does - it calls new cases 'discovered cases' and not as the authorities imply, as a definitive number.
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    Today's figures for are below:


    04/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,101
    +17
    75
    +17
    2,968
    +0
    58
    +0
    420,529
    +48,076
    212,328
    +4,416


    04/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
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    281,661
    +1,805
    39,904
    +176
    2,144,626
    +0
    5,005,565
    +220,057


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    Today's figures for are below:


    05/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,102
    +1
    73
    -2
    2,971
    +3
    58
    +0
    420,529
    +0
    224,386
    +12,058


    05/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    283,311
    +1,650
    40,261
    +357
    2,144,626
    +0
    5,214,277
    +207,231


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    Quote Originally Posted by caller View Post
    When you think about it, it's quite amazing. All Thai repatriation flights include temperature testing at various stages of check-in, including before physically boarding the plane, safe distance seating rules apply and masks have to be worn. Temperature testing takes place at various times during the flight.

    Yet, despite this, having been seemingly well during the flight, upon landing x number of passengers suddenly display 'feverish symptoms'.

    The sub-text implies that the Countries all these cases arrive from, must be virus hotspots judging by the percentages involved. And yet many aren't.

    I like what the Thai Enquirer does - it calls new cases 'discovered cases' and not as the authorities imply, as a definitive number.

    If I had these symptoms I would not be getting on a plane let alone going through the anguish of the passport control, immigration etc. If I had a flight booked in advance I would live down a well in order to get on that flight and not risk missing it. Just seems very coincidental that 17 people arrived in Thailand with the virus at roughly the same time. It also suggests that the virus has completely disappeared here if the only new cases are imported. My way of thinking leads to notions that TAT are behind these figures as well.

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    Some sombre milestones were passed over the last couple of days; the number of deaths in the USA with a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis has exceeded 110,000. In the UK the death rate where COVID-19 was confirmed to be present exceeded 40,000. Both figures relate only to deaths with a confirmed test result.

    The true number of deaths
    where the coronavirus has had an influence will of course be significantly higher. The worldwide death figure is about to pass 400,000. There are too many grieving families in the world today and too many people who have had their lives taken away well before their time. May they rest in peace.

    Stay home. Stay alert. Save lives.

    Today's figures are below:


    06/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,104
    +2
    75
    +2
    2,971
    +0
    58
    +0
    420,529
    +0
    224,600
    +214


    06/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    284,868
    +1,557
    40,465
    +204
    2,144,626
    +0
    5,438,712
    +218,187


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    Overnight the worldwide infection rate topped 7,000.000. Today the USA will hit 2,000,000 confirmed infections whilst the UK currently reports just over 285,000 infections. Of course the true figure of infections is considerably more than those that are reported as confirmed cases.

    Whilst the daily infection rate is currently falling in the UK, Europe, USA and is effectively stable in Thailand, the worldwide rate of infection is worryingly increasing according to worlometers.info - here is a graph from that website showing the Daily New Cases as if 6 June 2020. The blue line is the rolling 7 day mean average.


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    The UK reports it's lowest figures for both deaths and infections since 23 march 2020. The daily death rate has fallen below 100 for the first time since 23 March 2020.

    Today's figures are below:



    07/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,112
    +8
    82
    +7
    2,972
    +1
    58
    +0
    420,529
    +0
    228,566
    +3,966


    07/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    286,194
    +1,326
    40,542
    +77
    2,144,626
    +0
    5,581,073
    +142,123


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    I think South America has started reporting a big increase but that will only be part of the above number - I agree looks worrying?
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    Today's UK figures improve again, with 55 new COVID-19 related deaths and 1205 new infections. Significantly, there were no COVID-19 related deaths reported from any London hospital yesterday

    Today's figures are below:



    08/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,119
    +7
    88
    +6
    2,973
    +1
    58
    +0
    420,529
    +0
    231,323
    +2,757


    08/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    287,399
    +1,205
    40,597
    +55
    2,144,626
    +0
    5,731,576
    +138,183


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    Today's figures are below:


    09/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,121
    +2
    90
    +2
    2,973
    +0
    58
    +0
    468,175
    +47,646
    231,323
    +2,757


    09/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    289,140
    +1,387
    40,883
    +286
    2,144,626
    +0
    5,870,930
    +102,930


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    Tuesday is always higher than other days. Is this because it adds missing data from Sunday? Seems out of correlation with Mondays.

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