Coronavirus (2021) thread

Healdplace

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Cases across the regions:


Change in last 24 hrs V seven days ago


SOUTH


East DOWN 110 to 317 V 340 - falls wk to wk

London DOWN 110 to 948 V 870 - better day here

South East DOWN 66 to 585 V 563

South West UP 16 to 400 V 215 - up here quite a bit still to highest score since last Winter.






MIDLANDS



East UP 32 to 384 V 244

West UP 67 to 540 V 370


Edging up here too




NORTH



North East UP 18 to 320 V 113 - new high and tripled over the week

Yorkshire UP 132 to 739 V 465 - up wk to wk



AND

NORTH WEST UP 341 to 2317 V 1755 - Big rise to highest numbers yet





Past weeks NW numbers are 1755 - 1752 - 1605 - 1673 - 1840 - 2112 - 1976 - 2317

Equivalent NW numbers a week earlier 1251 - 781 - 935 - 1038 - 780 - 1158 - 1643 - 1755

GM numbers in past week 945 - 932 - 827 - 825 - 950 - 1062 - 984 - 1191

As you see the gap between GM and NW totals at 1126 today is the biggest yet and it has been increasing from 810 at start of past week

This means other parts of the NW hae risen whilst numbers in GM have risen less proportionately to rest of NW.
 

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Full GM details:


Total cases 1191- Up 207 on Yesterday - from NW rise of 341.

Wk to wk up 246 of the NW rise of 562- also well under the expected 50%.

So GM - not that it looks like it from the numbers - had an OK day again.



BOROUGH / CASES TODAY / V YESTERDAY / V LAST WEEK


BOLTON 137 / UP 34 / UP 2

BURY 109 / UP 41 / UP 45

MANCHESTER 303 / UP 80 / UP 104

OLDHAM 65 / UP 3 / UP 23

ROCHDALE 74 / UP 10 / UP 8

SALFORD 135 / UP 4 / UP 9

STOCKPORT 115 / UP 38 / UP 13

TAMESIDE 47 / DOWN 15 / DOWN 2

TRAFFORD 80 / UP 13 / UP 19

WIGAN 126 / DOWN 1 / UP 26



Manchester biggest in months, Six boroughs over 100 with Bury joining the usual five, Salford on new high.

Tameside bucks the trend and falls on both measures.

Not a disaster but hard to say it was a particularly good day for anybody
 

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Give the lad a hug, tell him you respect his decision and will always be there for him.
Remind him how loved he is and how that love made sure you had all his immunization's when he was a child so no harm would come to him.
Now at 27 it's time for him to look out for himself and make probably the first call about protecting himself.
Good luck and don't let it get in the way of the wonderful life you've shared so far.
Well said mate, got something in my eye...
 

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Greater Manchester

Weekly total cases:-





Tameside 324, Oldham 378, Rochdale 421, Trafford 456, Bury 495, Stockport 680, Wigan 716, Salford 780, Bolton 905, Manchester 1606.



Manchester is now 700 clear. Bolton second but Salford closing in fast. With Wigan and Stockport not far behind.

We must hope the flattening off continues and a fall follows that soon.

Nobody now left below 300.

2 or 3 weeks ago Bolton was 20 - 30 times more than most in GM now it is barely double anyone.
 

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Weekly total cases:-





Tameside 324, Oldham 378, Rochdale 421, Trafford 456, Bury 495, Stockport 680, Wigan 716, Salford 780, Bolton 905, Manchester 1606.



Manchester is now 700 clear. Bolton second but Salford closing in fast. With Wigan and Stockport not far behind.

We must hope the flattening off continues and a fall follows that soon.

Nobody now left below 300.

2 or 3 weeks ago Bolton was 20 - 30 times more than most in GM now it is barely double anyone.
It can go much higher can it ?
 

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After a week World leaders have a big boys beano, travel by private jet, pontificate about climate change, our leader decides to delay lockdown easing, costing business another fortune.
 

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GM Weekly Pop Data after today:~

Borough / Pop Today / 7 days ago / up or down wk to wk/ Testing is % of local population who have tested positive for Covid over past year.

As ever with Pop going up is bad, going down good - the higher the number the better or worse depending on direction moving. The Pop is total cases in past week versus 100,000 POPulation to even out the comparison versus size and expected cases based on numbers living there.





Bolton 315 / 346 / DOWN 31 Testing positive 11.0%

Salford 301/ 187 / UP 114 Testing positive 9.7%

Manchester 291 / 181 / UP 110 Testing positive 10.3%

Bury 259 / 168 / UP 91 Testing positive 9.7%

Stockport 232 / 147 / UP 85 Testing positive 7.7%

Wigan 218 / 117 / UP 101 Testing positive 9.4%

Trafford 192 / 117 / UP 75 Testing positive 7.5

Rochdale 189 / 121 / UP 68 Testing positive 10.1 %

Oldham 159 / 84 / UP 75 Testing positive 10.1%

Tameside 143 / 84 / UP 59 Testing positive 8.5


Bolton back on top from daily rise in numbers but still just falling week to week but not for long unless more obvious falls start to occur.

As you see everyone else going up and Stockport has levelled off a bit but Salford, Manchester and Wigan up by three figures.

Bury a little way back but if it keeps getting numbers like today might yet challenge those three.

Stockport is still looking more stable though now up at a high base so any bad day can change that.

We need to see some real downward movement before we can start to think real control on numbers will follow.
 
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Yep, it always starts slow and accelerates, but we know do much more about treatments now, and the population is well on the way to herd immunity with vaccines and cases combined.

Are there still people who CANNOT get the vaccine?
If they hadn’t panicked about AZ, everyone in the country could have been vaccinated by now.
 

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