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The estimated number of people in each nation who currently have Covid-19 is:

๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ฅ๓ ฎ๓ ง๓ ฟ England: 1 in 35
๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ณ๓ ฃ๓ ด๓ ฟ Scotland: 1 in 30
๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ท๓ ฌ๓ ณ๓ ฟ Wales: 1 in 25
๐Ÿ€ Northern Ireland: 1 in 40

#Covid19UK #coronavirusuk #DailyCovidUpdate ImageImageImageImage
Here are some additional figures from this weeks ONS Infection Survey!

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Also, all of the changes I mentioned for the Scotland page in my earlier update are also happening on the UK page, with the same timescales being used for the weekly figures

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228 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (06-May). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 156, equivalent to around 13-Mar (i.e. 47 days ago), a reduction of 52 (25%) in the last week. Image
Closer look at the latest 45 days, with today's added numbers highlighted in orange. Individual nations and animated England charts further down the thread. Image
Longer term charts for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. ImageImageImageImage
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11,076 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (06-May).

Overall England is DOWN 3% on previous Friday although day-1 lateral flow positives are only down by 1%.

England's rolling average by specimen date has now been dropping since the 21st of March (46 days ago). Image
Chart to show England positive tests (as of 06-May) by breakdown of first infection events and possible reinfection events.

Possible reinfections were added to the data from 31-Jan and the rolling average vs. total tests is currently about 15%. Image
Longer term view. 11,076 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (06-May). This brings the rolling average by specimen date (allowing 4 days for lag) to 11,920, equivalent to around 19-Jun (i.e. 314 days ago), a reduction of 7274 (38%) in the last week. Image
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438 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (05-May). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 154, equivalent to around 12-Mar (i.e. 47 days ago), a reduction of 64 (29%) in the last week. Image
Closer look at the latest 45 days, with today's added numbers highlighted in orange. Individual nations and animated England charts further down the thread. Image
Longer term charts for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. ImageImageImageImage
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12,487 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (05-May).

Overall England is DOWN 6% on previous Thursday although day-1 lateral flow positives are only down by 2%.

England's rolling average by specimen date has now been dropping since the 21st of March (45 days ago). Image
Chart to show England positive tests (as of 05-May) by breakdown of first infection events and possible reinfection events.

Possible reinfections were added to the data from 31-Jan and the rolling average vs. total tests is currently about 15%. Image
Longer term view. 12,487 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (05-May). This brings the rolling average by specimen date (allowing 4 days for lag) to 12,724, equivalent to around 20-Jun (i.e. 312 days ago), a reduction of 7240 (36%) in the last week. Image
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248 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (28-Apr). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 201, equivalent to around 20-Mar (i.e. 32 days ago), a reduction of 60 (23%) in the last week. Image
Closer look at the latest 45 days, with today's added numbers highlighted in orange. Individual nations and animated England charts further down the thread. Image
Longer term charts for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. ImageImageImageImage
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14,030 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (28-Apr).

Overall England is DOWN 41% on previous Wednesday and day-1 lateral flow positives are also down by 41%.

England has now been showing consistent week-on-week drops since the 25th of March (34 days ago). Image
Chart to show England positive tests (as of 28-Apr) by breakdown of first infection events and possible reinfection events.

Possible reinfections were added to the data from 31-Jan and the rolling average vs. total tests is currently about 14%. Image
Longer term view. 14,030 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (28-Apr). This brings the rolling average by specimen date (allowing 4 days for lag) to 19,922, equivalent to around 26-Jun (i.e. 299 days ago), a reduction of 8860 (31%) in the last week. Image
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304 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (27-Apr). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 205, equivalent to around 21-Mar (i.e. 30 days ago), a reduction of 56 (21%) in the last week. Image
Closer look at the latest 45 days, with today's added numbers highlighted in orange. Individual nations and animated England charts further down the thread. Image
Longer term charts for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. ImageImageImageImage
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17,224 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (27-Apr).

Overall England is DOWN 35% on previous Wednesday and day-1 lateral flow positives are also down by 47%.

England has now been showing consistent week-on-week drops since the 25th of March (33 days ago).
Chart to show England positive tests (as of 27-Apr) by breakdown of first infection events and possible reinfection events.

Possible reinfections were added to the data from 31-Jan and the rolling average vs. total tests is currently about 13%.
Longer term view. 17,224 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (27-Apr). This brings the rolling average by specimen date (allowing 4 days for lag) to 20,872, equivalent to around 26-Jun (i.e. 298 days ago), a reduction of 9043 (30%) in the last week.
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451 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (26-Apr). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 208, equivalent to around 23-Mar (i.e. 27 days ago), a reduction of 58 (22%) in the last week. Image
Closer look at the latest 45 days, with today's added numbers highlighted in orange. Individual nations and animated England charts further down the thread. Image
Longer term charts for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. ImageImageImageImage
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16,579 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (26-Apr).

UKHSA "case" data is broken today and only nation level data is available. Posts will be quite limited today! Image
Closer look at the latest 45 days, with today's added numbers highlighted in yellow. Individual nations and animated England charts further down the thread. Image
Separate charts for England (13045) Scotland (2711) Wales (343) and Northern Ireland (480). Note the different scales. Also on certain days the specimen-date data for Scotland/Wales/NI doesn't get updated so the yellow bars may be mising or include multiple day's numbers. ImageImageImageImage
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284 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (22-Apr). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 228, equivalent to around 28-Mar (i.e. 18 days ago), a reduction of 39 (15%) in the last week. Image
Closer look at the latest 45 days, with today's added numbers highlighted in orange. Individual nations and animated England charts further down the thread. Image
Longer term charts for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. ImageImageImageImage
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19,795 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (22-Apr).

Week-on-week comparisons won't work again until Tuesday now due to bank holiday weekend. Rolling average continues to drop. Image
Chart to show England positive tests (as of 22-Apr) by breakdown of first infection events and possible reinfection events.

Possible reinfections were added to the data from 31-Jan and the rolling average vs. total tests is currently about 12%. Image
Longer term view. 19,795 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (22-Apr). This brings the rolling average by specimen date (allowing 4 days for lag) to 27,201, equivalent to around 02-Aug (i.e. 256 days ago), a reduction of 12439 (31%) in the last week. Image
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350 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (14-Apr). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 240, equivalent to around 30-Mar (i.e. 8 days ago). Image
Closer look at the latest 45 days, with today's added numbers highlighted in orange. Individual nations and animated England charts further down the thread. Image
Longer term charts for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. ImageImageImageImage
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350 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (14-Apr). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 240, equivalent to around 30-Mar (i.e. 8 days ago). Image
Closer look at the latest 45 days, with today's added numbers highlighted in orange. Individual nations and animated England charts further down the thread. Image
Longer term charts for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. ImageImageImageImage
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32,608 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (14-Apr).

Overall England is DOWN 29% on previous Thursday and day-1 lateral flow positives are also down by 31%.

This is now the 15th consecutive reporting day of week-on-week drops.
Chart to show England positive tests (as of 14-Apr) by breakdown of first infection events and possible reinfection events.

Possible reinfections were added to the data from 31-Jan and the rolling average vs. total tests is currently about 11%.
Longer term view. 32,608 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (14-Apr). This brings the rolling average by specimen date (allowing 4 days for lag) to 41,084, equivalent to around 02-Mar (i.e. 36 days ago), a reduction of 23775 (37%) in the last week.
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651 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (13-Apr). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 244, an increase of 10 (4.2%) in the last week.
Closer look at the latest 45 days, with today's added numbers highlighted in orange. Individual nations and animated England charts further down the thread.
Longer term charts for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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35,926 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (13-Apr).

Overall England is DOWN 30% on previous Wednesday and day-1 lateral flow positives are also down by 32%.

This is now the 14th consecutive reporting day of week-on-week drops.
Chart to show England positive tests (as of 13-Apr) by breakdown of first infection events and possible reinfection events.

Possible reinfections were added to the data from 31-Jan and the rolling average vs. total tests is currently about 11%.
Longer term view. 35,926 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (13-Apr). This brings the rolling average by specimen date (allowing 4 days for lag) to 45,475, equivalent to around 04-Mar (i.e. 33 days ago), a reduction of 22796 (33%) in the last week.
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288 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (12-Apr). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 232, an increase of 5 (2.2%) in the last week.
Closer look at the latest 45 days, with today's added numbers highlighted in orange. Individual nations and animated England charts further down the thread.
Longer term charts for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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37,819 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (12-Apr).

Overall England is DOWN 25% on previous Tuesday and day-1 lateral flow positives are also down by 30%.

This is now the 13th consecutive reporting day of week-on-week drops.
Chart to show England positive tests (as of 12-Apr) by breakdown of first infection events and possible reinfection events.

Possible reinfections were added to the data from 31-Jan and the rolling average vs. total tests is currently about 11%.
Longer term view. 37,819 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (12-Apr). This brings the rolling average by specimen date (allowing 4 days for lag) to 45,766, equivalent to around 04-Mar (i.e. 32 days ago), a reduction of 26052 (36%) in the last week.
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348 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (11-Apr). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 230, an increase of 10 (4.4%) in the last week.
Closer look at the latest 45 days, with today's added numbers highlighted in orange. Individual nations and animated England charts further down the thread.
Longer term charts for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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91,304 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (11-Apr).

Overall England is DOWN 38% on previous Monday and day-1 lateral flow positives are also down by 28%.

This is now the 12th consecutive reporting day of week-on-week drops.
Chart to show England positive tests (as of 11-Apr) by breakdown of first infection events and possible reinfection events.

Possible reinfections were added to the data from 31-Jan and the rolling average vs. total tests is currently about 11%.
Longer term view. 91,304 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (11-Apr). This brings the rolling average by specimen date (allowing 4 days for lag) to 47,201, equivalent to around 04-Mar (i.e. 31 days ago), a reduction of 28619 (38%) in the last week.
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Data continues to get worse for the net effectiveness of #COVID19uk vaccines.

Vaccinated 60-69 yr-old's are almost 5x more as likely to be #COVID19 infected.

Vaccinated 30-69 yr-old's are 2-3 times more likely to become infected & die, than the unvaccinated.

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Latest UKHSA data shows:

Vaccinated 18-79 year old's are between 3-5 times more likely to be infected by #COVID19, than those who remain unvaccinated.

This makes it clear that VACCINES ARE damaging the immune system and are INCREASING INFECTION RATES!

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Vaccinated 18+ year old's are between 2.1-3.6 times more likely to be infected and hospitalised with #COVID19, than those who remain unvaccinated.

This makes it clear that VACCINES ARE damaging the immune system and are INCREASING HOSPITALISATION RATES!

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217 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (28-Mar). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 126, an increase of 19 (17%) in the last week.
Closer look at the latest 45 days, with today's added numbers highlighted in orange. Individual nations and animated England charts further down the thread.
Longer term charts for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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