Do cases from weekend testing lag like deaths do? If so no wonder track and trace is useless.
I think there must be a shortage of vaccine as there were few appointments in local centres from last week till Friday. Hopefully numbers begin to increase then.Some much better figures recently but what's happening with the
vaccinations. The last couple of days have seen numbers less than half some of the days previously.
The best bit about that is deaths down 41% WoW. If there's no delayed reporting involved, that's a fantastic indicator of the effect of the vaccine on deaths.As of 9am on 24 February, 4,144,557 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the UK.
Positive cases were 9,938.
442 deaths were reported today
135,613 deaths with Covid-19 on the death certificate (up to 12 February)
18,242,873 have had a first dose vaccination. 326,692 first dose vaccinations yesterday.
The CovidUK Stats Twitter says 738 deaths last Wed (40.1% - I did a rough calc ) but I've seen another figure of 583 (31%) so not sure without double-checking. Draw?I think it's 31% Jostler but great news nevertheless
I use the GOV.UK Covid-19 Dashboard Jostler, it's really informative.The CovidUK Stats Twitter says 738 deaths last Wed (40.1% - I did a rough calc ) but I've seen another figure of 583 (31%) so not sure without double-checking. Draw?
Edit - 7 day average is down 31% WoW, mine was singular day.
But yep great news!
I'm in a good mood today, despite the football and cricket scores. I got way more work done than hoped for at the start of the day, had a delicious lunch and the weather has been pretty nice down here today. It's going to have to take more than thatStop it Jostler. Someone will be along in a minute to **** in your slippers
Halved in 2 weeks.