Cheers, I hadn't heard of the NHS datasets.
believe it or not she is a GP turned radio presenter and she actually had a mild case of Covid back in March/April
she loves misquoting and has a very high opinion of herself
What again?You are wasting your time mate, so many on here fail to see, that lockdown and closure is driven by the pressure on the NHS, yet the many wanting end to restrictions, which inevitably will ramp up the pressure even further. It's all about how people behave until a better solution is found, ie vaccination.
That's it for me on here.
Has he been reading this thread?A politician who will not go far at all since he speaks common sense. Very good oratory skills.
Conservative MP Desmond Swayne gives a passionate speech in the House of Commons on fearmongering around the corona virus pandemic and subsequent lockdowns.
In Europe, Italy's one-day caseload of confirmed coronavirus infections jumped by 21,273 on Sunday, with more than a quarter of the new cases registered in Lombardy, the northern region that bore the brunt of the pandemic in the country earlier this year.
In the Americas, Colombia reached one million confirmed coronavirus cases on Saturday, its Health Ministry says. The nation of 50 million saw cases peak in August and has seen a decline since, but the country still continues to register about 8,000 new infections a day. Peru and Mexico are each expected to reach one million cases in the coming weeks.
In Africa, Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune is in self-isolation for five days as a precautionary measure after coronavirus symptoms appeared amid several high-level officials at the presidency of the Republic and the prime minister's office. Algeria has reported a total of 55,630 cases and 187 deaths.
I’m hearing full Hospitals locally, staff struggling to cope, undesirables back in A&E spreading virus. Seems it’s now worse than when it kicked off. Staff being asked to work at Harrogate Nightingale because who wouldn’t volunteer...
and not a peep of a mention about Sweden. Strange that....Here's the COVID-19 summary for Sunday.
Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Sunday
Italy saw 21,273 new cases on Sunday. More than a quarter of those were in Lombardy, the same part of the country which was hit hardest in the spring.
Colombia reached 1 million confirmed cases on Saturday. Peru and Mexico are expected to exceed a million each in the coming weeks. Those totals are probably an undercount giving the limited health resources there.
The president of Algeria is in self-isolation after several high level officials displayed symptoms.