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#covid19uk - Detailed positive tests thread. The majority of this thread is a set of views of rolling 7 day average positives per 100K by specimen date. Starting with England regions:
Some of the more detailed content from this thread has been moved to an external page to try and make the twitter updates a bit more manageable. You can still see the full version here: …ddatashare.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/Detail/Detail_…
UK nations:
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#covid19uk - Tables thread. Starting with the top 50 England Local Authorities by positives per 100K population in last 7 days, up to 3 days ago. Bright green means lower than previous period.
Cumulative summary view by regions.
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85 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (17-Jan). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 227, an increase of 49 (28%) 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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Dashboard for 17-Jan to explain the #covid19uk total death increase figure of 85.

For England, NHS data is merged by PHE for a net total of 63.

This moves the UK 7 day rolling average up by 1.2 to 263.6.
Date of death chart for England regions drawn with 7 day rolling averages of deaths per 1M population.
Date of death chart for UK nations drawn with 7 day rolling averages of deaths per 1M population.
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84,429 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (17-Jan).

England down 36% on previous Monday - that's now 11 consecutive days of week-on-week drops. Interestingly, day-1 lateral flow positives are up 60% on last Monday which I think reflects the change to testing approach.
Animated chart to show LFD-only positives being either converted into PCR confirmed positives or removed due to negattive confirmation, over the last 14 days of reports.
Pivot table of daily changes to LFD Only and LFD Confirmed by PCR figures to see if we can identify where LFDs are now being removed due to negative follow-up PCRs.
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#covid19uk - Detailed positive tests thread. The majority of this thread is a set of views of rolling 7 day average positives per 100K by specimen date. Starting with England regions:
Some of the more detailed content from this thread has been moved to an external page to try and make the twitter updates a bit more manageable. You can still see the full version here: …ddatashare.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/Detail/Detail_…
UK nations:
Read 13 tweets
#covid19uk - Tables thread. Starting with the top 50 England Local Authorities by positives per 100K population in last 7 days, up to 3 days ago. Bright green means lower than previous period.
Cumulative summary view by regions.
Read 7 tweets
88 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (16-Jan). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 223, an increase of 58 (35%) 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.
Read 6 tweets
Dashboard for 16-Jan to explain the #covid19uk total death increase figure of 88.

For England, NHS data is merged by PHE for a net total of 79.

This brings the UK 7 day rolling average DOWN by 1.3 to 262.
Date of death chart for England regions drawn with 7 day rolling averages of deaths per 1M population.
Date of death chart for UK nations drawn with 7 day rolling averages of deaths per 1M population.
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70,924 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (16-Jan).

England down a massive 45% on last Sunday and UK as a whole is half the number reported this time last week.

Very early signs of deaths levelling off too - but need to wait a few more days to be sure.
Animated chart to show LFD-only positives being either converted into PCR confirmed positives or removed due to negattive confirmation, over the last 14 days of reports.
Pivot table of daily changes to LFD Only and LFD Confirmed by PCR figures to see if we can identify where LFDs are now being removed due to negative follow-up PCRs.
Read 11 tweets
#covid19uk - Detailed positive tests thread. The majority of this thread is a set of views of rolling 7 day average positives per 100K by specimen date. Starting with England regions:
Some of the more detailed content from this thread has been moved to an external page to try and make the twitter updates a bit more manageable. You can still see the full version here: …ddatashare.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/Detail/Detail_…
UK nations:
Read 13 tweets
#covid19uk - Tables thread. Starting with the top 50 England Local Authorities by positives per 100K population in last 7 days, up to 3 days ago. Bright green means lower than previous period.
Cumulative summary view by regions.
Read 7 tweets
287 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (15-Jan). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 219, an increase of 60 (38%) 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.
Read 6 tweets
Dashboard for 15-Jan to explain the #covid19uk total death increase figure of 287.

For England, NHS data is merged by PHE for a net total of 266.

This brings the UK 7 day rolling average DOWN by 3.7 to 263.3.
Date of death chart for England regions drawn with 7 day rolling averages of deaths per 1M population.
Date of death chart for UK nations drawn with 7 day rolling averages of deaths per 1M population.
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81,713 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (15-Jan).

England down a huge 43% on last Saturday. All England regions are lower week-on-week and all but one age range are dropping (0-9 group up just slightly). Drops mainly in PCR tests - may suggest lower symtomatic cases?
Animated chart to show LFD-only positives being either converted into PCR confirmed positives or removed due to negattive confirmation, over the last 14 days of reports.
Pivot table of daily changes to LFD Only and LFD Confirmed by PCR figures to see if we can identify where LFDs are now being removed due to negative follow-up PCRs.
Read 11 tweets
#covid19uk - Detailed positive tests thread. The majority of this thread is a set of views of rolling 7 day average positives per 100K by specimen date. Starting with England regions:
Some of the more detailed content from this thread has been moved to an external page to try and make the twitter updates a bit more manageable. You can still see the full version here: …ddatashare.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/Detail/Detail_…
UK nations:
Read 13 tweets
#covid19uk - Tables thread. Starting with the top 50 England Local Authorities by positives per 100K population in last 7 days, up to 3 days ago. Bright green means lower than previous period.
Cumulative summary view by regions.
Read 7 tweets
270 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (14-Jan). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 207, an increase of 54 (35%) 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.
Read 6 tweets
Dashboard for 14-Jan to explain the #covid19uk total death increase figure of 270.

For England, NHS data is merged by PHE for a net total of 221.

This moves the UK 7 day rolling average up by 5.9 to 267.
Date of death chart for England regions drawn with 7 day rolling averages of deaths per 1M population.
Date of death chart for UK nations drawn with 7 day rolling averages of deaths per 1M population.
Read 8 tweets
99,652 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (14-Jan).

England down a huge 41% on last Friday. All England regions are lower week-on-week and all but one age range are dropping (0-9 group up just slightly). Drops mainly in PCR tests - may suggest lower symtomatic cases?
Animated chart to show LFD-only positives being either converted into PCR confirmed positives or removed due to negattive confirmation, over the last 14 days of reports.
Pivot table of daily changes to LFD Only and LFD Confirmed by PCR figures to see if we can identify where LFDs are now being removed due to negative follow-up PCRs.
Read 11 tweets
#covid19uk - Detailed positive tests thread. The majority of this thread is a set of views of rolling 7 day average positives per 100K by specimen date. Starting with England regions:
Some of the more detailed content from this thread has been moved to an external page to try and make the twitter updates a bit more manageable. You can still see the full version here: …ddatashare.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/Detail/Detail_…
UK nations:
Read 13 tweets
#covid19uk - Tables thread. Starting with the top 50 England Local Authorities by positives per 100K population in last 7 days, up to 3 days ago. Bright green means lower than previous period.
Cumulative summary view by regions.
Read 7 tweets
335 new #covid19uk deaths reported today (13-Jan). This brings the rolling average by date of death (allowing 4 days for lag) to 192, an increase of 46 (32%) 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.
Read 6 tweets
Dashboard for 13-Jan to explain the #covid19uk total death increase figure of 335.

For England, NHS data is merged by PHE for a net total of 284.

This moves the UK 7 day rolling average up by 14.8 to 261.1.
Date of death chart for England regions drawn with 7 day rolling averages of deaths per 1M population.
Date of death chart for UK nations drawn with 7 day rolling averages of deaths per 1M population.
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