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I wonder how much this increase has to do with the Indian variant and how much is a cup final hangover? Over the road one poster is saying 15 have tested positive after being in Tamsons last Saturday. Now I know Tamsons punters are no angels and there was worse than them as far as social distancing is concerned!

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Increasing day on day recently.
 

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Tamsons variant still on the rise! A few days and that will drop off!!

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Bloody hell. Not great!
 

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Bloody hell. Not great!
So 0.18% of the population are active cases. People really need to remember to contextualise absolute numbers.
 
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So 0.18% of the population are active cases. People really need to remember to contextualise absolute numbers.

I think Smurfs point is the numbers are back going up daily Aggie, and its a trend.
 

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There’s no longer a clear correlation between the number of cases and the number of hospitalisations/deaths.

This obsession with cases, and basing policy on it, might have made sense but it doesn’t to me now.

The focus should be on protecting people, and protecting the health service from being over run, but I don’t see cases as the driver for this now.
 

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So 0.18% of the population are active cases. People really need to remember to contextualise absolute numbers.

It's the trend... IF (And I stress if..) these cases go how previous have then a percentage of these numbers will end up in hospital and a percentage of them will die.
 

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There’s no longer a clear correlation between the number of cases and the number of hospitalisations/deaths.
Have you got the data confirming that this is the case?
 
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