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    Good luck, I hope you get off okay! (where's a smiley when you need one)

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    Well things have certainly changed since I last updated the figures. The worldwide cumulative infection rate (according to worldometers) is fast approaching 21 million, with the same three heading the table of most infections: USA (5.4m), Brazil (3.2m) and India (2.4m).

    The UK's upward trend has continued, which I suppose is not unexpected given the easing of the lockdown restrictions. At least it is a gentle rise, unlike some of our European neighbours and the other countries at the top end of the table. As of yesterday, the UK 7-day rolling average was still under 1000 (945) but not sure that will be the case for long if the rate of infection continues in its current trend.

    I am going through a very busy period workwise, and heading back to Belfast for another 4 days on Monday morning, so I have decided to change the way in which I am reporting the official Thai/UK data. I will now update only every few days and provide the official figures reported by Thailand and the UK. As far as the UK is concerned, I will report only the 7-day rolling average infection and death figures as well as the cumulative totals.

    One positive I've noticed in the UK data is that the average daily death rate has fallen significantly, as of yesterday the 7 day rolling average was down to 12!

    On the subject of the UK's death figures, from today the UK has changed how it presents its death statistics. This is what was said in the Government update:

    "On 17 July, the Secretary of State asked Public Health England (PHE) to urgently review the way daily death statistics are currently reported.

    A review into the method used to calculate these figures considered a range of scientific evidence to identify the best time limit to apply between date of test and date of death.

    The new daily measure provides a UK-wide count of deaths under a consistent methodology for England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales that has been endorsed by an external review.

    The measure will be based on a 28-day limit between the date of a positive lab-confirmed test and date of death. Deaths that occur more than 28 days after a positive test will not be included in the headline count."

    As a consequence, the cumulative UK death total has been reduced by 5,377 to 41,329. This method of counting is used by quite a number of countries.
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    My firs time of bothering to post about these figures and I am sure this must has been mentioned before Mr T, but being lazy and not looking back, we all know that the UK figures are a crock of dog do.

    If you got tested positive for the virus and the next day, or even 28 days later, got hit by a bus the autopsy says you died of Covid19 - What absolute rubbish.

    And reported early this morning
    The UK’s official coronavirus death toll has been reduced by more than 5,000 following a review of how the figures are calculated, the Department of Health and Social Care has said
    source The Telegraph but I do not have access to the whole story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary & Nok View Post
    My firs time of bothering to post about these figures and I am sure this must has been mentioned before Mr T, but being lazy and not looking back, we all know that the UK figures are a crock of dog do....
    It has, including the post directly above yours!
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    Today's COVID-19 update:


    Data as of
    13/08/2020
    Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand 3,356 129 3,169 58 389,777

    Data as of
    12/08/2020
    Total Cases 7-day Average Tests Processed Total Deaths 7-day Average
    UK 313,798 944.9 13,618,470 41,329 58.7

    Hospitalisations
    due to COVID-19
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    UK 132,329 1,001 70
    Last edited by Tobias; 13th Aug 2020 at 11:39.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barnet View Post
    best i have seen on here for years lol BRILLIANT YOU HAVE MADE MY DAY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Today's COVID-19 update:


    Data as of
    18/08/2020
    Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand 3,381 125 3,198 58 397,276

    Data as of
    17/08/2020
    Total Cases 7-day Average Tests Processed Total Deaths 7-day Average
    UK 319,197 943 14,674,841 41,369 10

    Hospitalisations
    due to COVID-19
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    UK 133,125 930 73
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    cases samsung circle =0
    deaths samsung circle =0
    source samsung tv
    and this is gathering momentum.
    not changed sine January 1 st 2020

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samsung View Post
    cases samsung circle =0
    deaths samsung circle =0
    Cases in Tobias Circle = 7
    Deaths in Tobias Circle = 1
    Family Cases in Tobias Circle = 1 (a nurse)
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    That is more than my circle .
    so the ages of the 7 would be ?
    health problems of the 7 ?
    and the big question did they pass having covid or as a direct cause of covid 19 .?This is the big question ????????????????????????????????????????????
    And was asian /african /white ?
    Have they had all there injections ?
    Have they had a recent Flu jab ?
    questions to be answered
    did they live in high attitude ?
    smog city ?
    overcrowded ?
    poor people ?
    Death is part of life .no one avoids .
    Lets get others to come on and give figures and someone who is good with sums churn a percentage out ?
    Last edited by Samsung; 19th Aug 2020 at 12:23.

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    Samsung, you're on the hard stuff a bit early today
    If you're offended by any assistance I give, it says far more about you than it does me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Keith- View Post
    Samsung, you're on the hard stuff a bit early today
    I don't often agree with you but was thinking the same

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    figures please case you know ?????????????????????????rest my case lets have them honestly ????

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

    MR T says he knows 7 people who have had covid 19 all be it we have not broke it down ie race creed age and various other things were they live ?all could have a tell tale sign .

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    Figures for my circle
    I know 1 person only who had covid and they died from it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmbo60 View Post
    Figures for my circle
    I know 1 person only who had covid and they died from it.
    i am sorry to here that may i ask the age ?
    One of the main stories now is did it contribute or was the sole reason for death ?or did someone just have it and passed away while being infected .

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    I know at least 30 people who have tested positive all so far had a mild illness and recovered most were in the UK (3 in india). Demographics do not cause a positive test the virus does that but they have a potential bearing on the outcome.
    Human beings are seventy percent water, and with some the rest is collagen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samsung View Post
    i am sorry to here that may i ask the age ?
    One of the main stories now is did it contribute or was the sole reason for death ?or did someone just have it and passed away while being infected .
    I don't have that information

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samsung View Post
    figures please case you know ?????????????????????????rest my case lets have them honestly ????

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

    MR T says he knows 7 people who have had covid 19 all be it we have not broke it down ie race creed age and various other things were they live ?all could have a tell tale sign .
    The death was a 56 year old white male with no known morbidities, he died of respiratory failure caused by COVID-19. The virus doesn’t discriminate on the grounds of creed so that is irrelevant, the others were actually all white of varying ages between 12 to 67.
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    I wonder if this will affect tomorrow's stats?

    https://www.khaosodenglish.com/news/...ine-officials/
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