KEEP BRITAIN FREE
also remember that if someone is tested more than once (many are).. each test is counted, not each person .
This is another Scotland source https://statistics.gov.scot/slice?dataset=http%3A%2F%2Fstatistics.gov.scot%2Fdata%2Fcoronavirus-covid-19-management-information
Yes, also taken those figures into account.... not 160k and counting for the UK. Hedonia, honestly, this is not time to dillute the issue x
For ENGLAND.. https://www.england.nhs.uk/statistics/statistical-work-areas/covid-19-daily-deaths/
There is plenty of information available there.
To find the Covid ONLY deaths (no comorbidities i.e. people the state died IN HOSPITAL because of COVID)...
scroll down to the second link below 'DATA' to 'total announced deaths weekly tables'
once the link opens, click on the third Tab by the bottom buttons
the total figure TO 23 July for ENGLAND is... 1,385
of which 1,382 were over sixty years old
This is what people are destroying their livelihoods, social and family relationships for.. and why teachr are dehumanising children.
There ar many other tbls looking at comorbidities and also links from that source to nhs guidlines how to count deaths
Happy resarching :-)
I have been all over these UK figures... you are yet to explain the 160k+. I would be all over it like a fly on poo if this was correct.... but nobody is showing it. In fact, the REAL igures are being ignored BECAUSE of this. It MUST be sorted out
Oh, I have no idea where the 140,000 comes from, I hadn’t even looked at that - I just look at the NHS and ONS data and that is exactly as you say. And I agree that you cannot fight a lie with a lie.
now 160+k and it is making my "real" stats something dismiss... this MUST be rectified!
NHS England report everyday for deaths in English hospitals- that is accurate, you can also find those figures on CEBM. Public Health England report everyday on the government website and those are the very inaccurate figures revealed last week. The ONS report every week for England and Wales, the latest were published yesterday dated to 10th July. These are the most accurate as they are actual registered deaths. The ONS also publish figures for deaths in care homes every week, the latest published yesterday to 17th July, again accurate as registered deaths. The ONS also discuss the data which is also useful - ages, five year averages etc. I do hope you find this helpful - I have been looking at them since the very beginning.
I'm sorry, I have looked at these a few times, and I still have no idea where you got what is currently 146,889 excess deaths from.
If you download the following: https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/deaths/datasets/weeklyprovisionalfiguresondeathsregisteredinenglandandwales
This gives total weekly deaths alongside the total deaths average to corresponding week over 5 years.
For England and Wales, adding the difference from week 12 right through to week 28, it is 58,342 excess deaths.
This is obviously nothing near the excess of 140k that you are displaying. I never actually used this data because it wasnt significant enough. Would you please help me by explaining how you arrived at 146K+... otherwise I cannot and will not share it until I understand where it came from, I am sure you can understand that.
fine, I am done here then, there is no need to fight a lie with a lie