Another sad day for Sweden today with 7240 cases reported, their highest daily figure to date, and 66 deaths. Hopefully the restrictions now being imposed and pleas for people to obey the rules will lead to better things.I trust he won't reply, but, oh dear, again he failed to realise Sweden adds deaths retrospectively, this has only been known for about 5 months. He's linking something showing a decline from 9th to today (yet they don't have all the numbers in for up to 10 days). It's like Trump stopping the count, before all the votes come in. The daily deaths chart gives an indication that they're permanently in decline, but keep an eye on the figures for a set time frame, and check them a week later, they're two different stories.
Anyway, lets see where 11-17th Nov deaths look like next week, once all the figures are in. They're going to be much worse unfortunately.
But one things for sure, that peak around the 9th wasn't shown on the 9th.
Bear posted the below yesterday on the Sweden thread, which explains it better, and funnily enough there were no replies after that...wonder why. Info from this link https://ourworldindata.org/covid-sweden-death-reporting
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This is Sweden's cases and intensive care admissions, they're up by 50% cases and nearly 100% ICU admissions, in a week. I don't think that's going to end up in less deaths, like he's trying to claim. There's no sign of this levelling off for them yet either, which is why their PM is pleading with the people to take more care and keep more distance.
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