So far as I am aware, individuals who end up in hospital with obvious Covid and complications are not tested its just acknowledged that they have Covid. If and when they die its the complication that killed them and so is not recorded as a covid stat. If this is the case it probably significantly outnumbers those run over by a bus. Perhaps a health industry worker could let us know if my belief is correct?Sadly I know from family first hand that you can be a Covid death even when it is 90% sure Covid did not actually kill you.
But yes it is exaggeration to make a point. Hopefully not literally true.
As I posted earlier today they did already and downgraded estimates to around what we actually got several hours before we got it.Just had an email from ZOE study saying they’re revising their daily cases and reckon they’ve been overestimating cases for just over a week.
I don't think they have published any guidance on that but if everyone's risk is broadly similar there isn't the same imperative to vaccinate one group before another. Perhaps it will depend on supply. I can also see them vaccinating teachers, emergency workers etc and certain sectors after the over 50s get done.So after April 15 then when they do the rest of the population will thet be done by age or just a free for all?
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