1/ Updated 999 / 111 triages with COVID-19 symptoms. A pattern is starting here Sundays. Large increases in calls on a Sunday. Would appear to be school aged kids, so parents ringing up for reassurance. Next graph will show this.
2/ Age Group 0-18 increased by over 5,000 from the previous day. Hence why I think this is parents ringing up about school children who have returned to school.
3/ 19-69 this has increased by 3,000 but this group of people have the highest number of people in the population.
4/ 70 + Increase of 200+ in overall triages. This is the age range we don't want to see increases.
5/ 70+ just 999 calls, probably the most important indicator. This is up and down every day, slight rise in the 7 day average over the past few days.
6/ All data from the start of data
7/ Regional data 7 day average

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1/ As predicted the number of triages fell yesterday for "COVID-19" symptoms to 999 / 111 down to 19.8k. I would assume we see a further fall over the coming days then back up Sunday / Monday. It is as if COVID-19 gets people on a Sunday / Monday - Yes nonsense! Image
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