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    Quote Originally Posted by Tobias View Post
    I suspect the difference in the total numbers of confirmed cases between the two countries will have much to do with testing. Thailand appears to have a backlog in testing, there are some 25,000 plus people who are considered 'Persons Under Investigation' who meet the criteria for COVID-19 testing (i.e. showing significant symptoms) who have yet to be tested. I suspect many of that number would end up on the 'new cases' list if they were tested.

    There is also the possibility the coronavirus doesn't like the heat and when traces of the virus are left behind on surfaces or hands it dies more quickly in hotter climes hence slowing down the spread. There is preliminary evidence that higher temperatures are associated with lower incidence of COVID-19, that research is ongoing but there is empirical evidence which supports that contention. The scientists are continuing that research.



    There is growing concern over how this will impact African countries, which are 4-6 weeks behind Europe, and temperatures are generally high there.
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    Today's statistics appear below.

    Total Cases Total Deaths People Tested* PUI or TCT*
    Thailand
    Change
    2,473
    +50
    33
    +1
    71,860
    0
    31,984
    +3,180
    UK
    Change
    73,758
    +5,706
    8,958
    +980
    256,605
    +13,543
    316,836
    +19,116

    Green number = improving figure
    Red number = worsening figure
    Amber number = no change in trend
    Purple number = data not updated by reporting authority


    PUI: ’Patients Under Investigation’ (Thailand)
    Untested individuals who potentially may have been exposed to the Coronavirus and who present with significant COVID-19 symptoms
    TCT: ’Total Cumulative Tests’ (UK)
    For clinical purposes some individuals are retested, this figure is the cumulative number for all COVID-19 tests undertaken


    *UK tests figures exclude tests from Northern Ireland.

    Figures accurate at date and time of posting. Data collected from Public Health England, the Thai Department of Disease Control, and/or the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Recovery figures not included because data is incomplete and not routinely reported

    An explanation of the data, colours and abbreviations will be found here.
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    Today's statistics appear below.*

    Total Cases Total Deaths People Tested* PUI or TCT*
    Thailand
    Change
    2,518
    +45
    35
    +2
    71,860
    0
    32,067
    +83
    UK
    Change
    78,991
    +5,234
    9,875
    +917
    269,598
    +12,993
    334,974
    +18,091

    * An explanation of the data, colours and abbreviations can be found here.
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    Today's updated figures appear below* and show the UK has hit a grim milestone. The confirmed COVID-19 related deaths have risen above 10,000.

    Total Cases Total Deaths People Tested* PUI or TCT*
    Thailand
    Change
    2,551
    +33
    38
    +3
    71,860
    0
    32,892
    +825
    UK
    Change
    84,279
    +5,288
    10,612
    +737
    282,374
    +12,776
    352,974
    +18,000



    * An explanation of the data, colours and abbreviations can be found here.
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    Today's updated figures appear below. Thailand has not published its 'Total Tests' data since 7 April. There have been questions over the Thai government’s testing programme and whether Thailand’s low infection number is a consequence of its lack of testing.

    Public Health England and Public Health Wales have corrected some errors in their historical data. Those 'Total Tests' corrections are reflected in the figures below.


    13/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    2,579
    +28
    40
    +2
    71,860
    0
    33,810
    +918


    13/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    88,621
    +4,342
    11,329
    +717
    290,720
    +10,745
    367,667
    +14,506


    Green = improving figure
    Red = worsening figure
    Amber = no material change to trend
    Purple = data not updated by reporting authority


    'Under Investigation' or 'PUI' (Thailand)
    Untested individuals who may have been exposed to the Coronavirus through their interaction and who present with significant COVID-19 symptoms. More detailed information can be found: 'PUI' - Patients Under Investigation.

    Total Tests’ (UK and Thailand)
    For clinical purposes some individuals are retested, this figure is the cumulative number for all COVID-19 tests undertaken. UK 'Total Tests' figures exclude tests from Northern Ireland.

    Source and accuracy: Figures accurate at date and time of posting. Data collected from Public Health England, the Thai Department of Disease Control, and/or the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Recovery figures not included because data is incomplete and not routinely reported.
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    Today's updated figures appear below. Thailand has now updated its 'Total Tests' data which indicates Thailand has undertaken a little over 4,000 COVID-19 tests each day over the last 7 days.

    14/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    2,613
    +34
    41
    +1
    100,498
    +28,638
    34,848
    +1,038


    14/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    93,873
    +5,252
    12,107
    +778
    302,599
    +11,879
    382,650
    +14,982


    Green = improving figure
    Red = worsening figure
    Amber = no material change to trend
    Purple = data not updated by reporting authority


    An explanation of the data can be found here.
    Last edited by Tobias; 15th Apr 2020 at 10:53. Reason: Corrected typo in UK Confirmed Cases figure from 93,973 to 93,873
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    Quote Originally Posted by marshall View Post
    There is growing concern over how this will impact African countries, which are 4-6 weeks behind Europe, and temperatures are generally high there.
    why are they 4-6 weeks behind Europe ,,,makes you wonder and why have japan only gone on lock down 5 days ago (strange) yet 2 month ago they had the second highest death toll ,,,,,,is it in the atmosphere and going around the globe .....southern hemisphere next ....makes you wonder ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samsung View Post
    why are they 4-6 weeks behind Europe ,,,makes you wonder and why have japan only gone on lock down 5 days ago (strange) yet 2 month ago they had the second highest death toll ,,,,,,is it in the atmosphere and going around the globe .....southern hemisphere next ....makes you wonder ....
    The plague was bought to Southern Italy by traders toward the end of 1347 and took over a year to reach Norway. Today diseases travel much faster as people travel on planes, faster transport, and take only weeks to reach similar distances.

    Italy was warning us weeks ago not to be complacent and said the UK would soon be in the state they were currently in and that the gov should take appropriate action.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevie57 View Post
    Dont forget these are only deaths in hospital. Deaths in own homes, Nursing and residential care homes are not counted in these figures.
    As proved to be the case in numerous reports today. A never-ending circle of misery this.

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    Today's figures appear below.

    15/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths In Hospital Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    2,643
    +30
    43
    +2
    1,103
    +0
    100,498
    +0
    34,848
    +652


    15/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    98,476
    +4,605
    12,868
    +761
    313,769
    +11,170
    398,916
    +15,994


    Green = improving figure
    Red = worsening figure
    Amber = no material change to trend
    Purple = data not updated by reporting authority


    An explanation of the data can be found here.
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    Today's figures appear below.

    16/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths In Hospital Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    2,672
    +29
    46
    +3
    1,033
    -70
    100,498
    - ? -
    36,561
    +1,713


    16/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    103,093
    +4,618
    13,729
    +861
    327,608
    +13,839
    417,649
    +18,665


    Green = improving figure
    Red = worsening figure
    Amber = no material change to trend (<2%)
    Purple = data not updated by reporting authority since 14 April 2020


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    Today's figures appear below.

    17/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths In Hospital Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    2,700
    +28
    47
    +1
    964
    -69
    100,498
    - ? -
    37,529
    +968


    17/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    108,692
    +5,599
    14,576
    +847
    341,551
    +13,943
    438,991
    +21,328


    Green = improving figure
    Red = worsening figure
    Amber = no material change to trend (<2%)
    Purple = data not updated by reporting authority since 14 April 2020


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    Deos anyone have any idea why on the Worldometers site the 'Total Recovered' says N/A for the UK

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    I read somewhere that it’s not being recorded due to how difficult it is to get accurate figures

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    Today's figures appear below. It's pleasing to note Thailand has reported no new COVID-19 related deaths since yesterday's figures were released.

    18/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths In Hospital Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    2,733
    +33
    47
    +0
    899
    -65
    100,498
    - ? -
    38,748
    +1,219


    18/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    114,217
    +5,526
    15,464
    +888
    357,023
    +15,472
    460,437
    +21,389


    Green = improving figure
    Red = worsening figure
    Amber = no material change to trend (<2%)
    Purple = data not updated by reporting authority since 14 April 2020

    Data and accuracy: Figures accurate at date and time of posting. Data collected from Public Health England, the Thai Department of Disease Control, and/or the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Recovery figures are not included because data is incomplete, inaccurate and not routinely reported.

    'Under Investigation' or 'PUI' (Thailand)
    Cumulative number of untested individuals who may have been exposed to the Coronavirus through their daily interactions and who present with significant COVID-19 symptoms. More detailed information can be found: 'PUI' - Patients Under Investigation.

    Total Tests’ (UK and Thailand)
    For clinical purposes some individuals are retested, this figure is the cumulative number for all COVID-19 tests undertaken. UK 'Total Tests' figures include people who are considered most critical workers and their families, it also includes testing for key workers and their households but exclude tests from Northern Ireland.
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    Today's figures for Thailand appear below, accurate as of 13:00 ICT (07:00 BST) today. It's encouraging to note that for a second day Thailand has reported no new COVID-19 related deaths and the total of those who remain in hospital continues to decrease. Testing figures for Thailand have not been updated since 14 April.

    Since Thailand has locked down the rate of infection has reduced implying it may now be over the worst of the epidemic. The graph below shows a clear improvement since its peak infection rate of 188 on 22 March to a total of 32 reported today:



    19/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths In Hospital Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    2,765
    +32
    47
    +0
    790
    -109
    100,498
    - ? -
    39,511
    +763

    Green = improving figure
    Red = worsening figure
    Amber = no material change to trend (<2%)
    Purple = data not updated by reporting authority since 14 April 2020

    An explanation of the data can be found at the bottom of this post
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    Today's figures for both Thailand and the UK appear below. The UK death rate has improved noticably today.

    According to the Emergency Operations Center of Thailand's Department of Disease Control, during the past 14 days (5-18 April 2020), there are 33 provinces that have not reported new confirmed cases including Chiang Rai, Phetchaburi, Phetchabun, Phrae, Mae Hong Son, Kanchanaburi, Kalasin, Chanthaburi, Nakhon Nayok, Buriram, Mahasarakham, Mukdahan, Yasothon, Roi et, Ratchaburi, Lopburi, Lamphun, Sisaket, Samut Songkhram, Saraburi, Sukhothai, Nong Khai, Nong Bua Lam Phu, Amnat, Charoen, Udon Thani, Uttaradit, Uthai Thani, Rayong, Tak, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Pranakorn, Sri Ayutthaya, Sakonnakon, and Surin.


    19/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths In Hospital Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    2,765
    +32
    47
    +0
    790
    -109
    100,498
    - ? -
    39,511
    +763


    19/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    120,067
    +5,850
    16,060
    +596
    372,967
    +15,944
    482,063
    +21,626


    Green = improving figure
    Red = worsening figure
    Amber = no material change to trend (<2%)
    Purple = data not updated by reporting authority since 14 April 2020

    An explanation of the data can be found at the bottom of this post.
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    Many thanks for this thread Tobias. Trees through the forest looking for this stuff on Google. Much appreciated.

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    Today's figures appear below. It is encouraging to see the UK death rate is continuing on a downward trajectory. There has also been a noticeable fall in the total number of new cases despite the high number of daily tests.

    Northern Ireland is now recording individuals tested only once, regardless of the time elapsed between tests. This means the cumulative total for people tested in the UK is lower than would be expected.

    For the third day in a row Thailand has reported no new deaths related to COVID-19. The number of COVID-19 patients in Thai hospitals has also declined for a fifth day in a row.


    20/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths In Hospital Total Tests 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    2,792
    +27
    47
    +0
    746
    -44
    142,589
    +42,091
    40,947
    +1,436


    20/04/20 Confirmed Cases Total Deaths People Tested Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    124,743
    +4,676
    16,509
    +449
    386,044
    +14,106
    501,379
    +19,316


    Green = improving figure
    Red = worsening figure
    Amber = no material change to trend (<2%)
    Purple = data not updated by reporting authority since 14 April 2020

    An explanation of the data can be found at the bottom of this post.
    Last edited by Tobias; 20th Apr 2020 at 16:25. Reason: To add new test figures for Thailand
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    I am sorry but 14000 is not a high number of tests! Look at the testing figures of New Zealand, Germany, South Korea people who have had an effective strategy against the virus and compare it to our pitiful numbers. But your right very good news the death rate is showing signs of having peaked.

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