Total confirmed cases are at 98,476, with 4603 new cases, down 649 (13.2% decrease) on yesterday. Total deaths are 12,868, with 761 new deaths, down 17 (2.2% decrease) on yesterday. Total tested this (24h) period, 11170.
As of 9am on 15 April, 398,916 tests have concluded, with 15,994 tests carried out on 14 April.
313,769 people have been tested, of whom 98,476 tested positive.
As of 5pm on 14 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 12,868 have died.
Another 761 COVID-19 deaths in hospitals in UK
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Very little change from yesterday. Both new cases and deaths are up a little. Just under 14k people tested.
Total confirmed cases are at 103,093, with 4617 new cases, up 14 (0.3% increase) on yesterday. Total deaths are 13,729, with 861 new deaths, up 100 (12.3% increase) on yesterday. Total tested this (24h) period, 13,729.
As of 9am on 16 April,417,649 tests have concluded, with 18,665 tests carried out on 15 April.
327,608 people have been tested, of whom 103,093 tested positive.
As of 5pm on 15 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 13,729 have died.
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Total confirmed cases are at 108,692, with 5599 new cases, up 982 (19.2% increase) on yesterday. Total deaths are 14,576, with 847 new deaths, down 14 (1.6% decrease) on yesterday. Total tested this (24h) period, 13,943.
As of 9am on 17 April, 438,991 tests have concluded, with 21,328 tests carried out on 16 April.
341,551 people have been tested, of whom 108,692 tested positive.
As of 5pm on 16 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 14,576 have died.
I wanted to share some neutral Data, not biased by any attempt to make panic!
In the chart attached, you see data from „Statistics Austria“ showing the number of died people per week for the years 2016 to 2020. The data is available from 2000 onwards and publicly accessible https://data.statistik.gv.at/web/meta.jsp?dataset=OGD_gest_kalwo_GEST_KALWOCHE_100
It‘s a governmental organization in Austria.
The blue line is from 2020.
As far as I can interpret from this chart, there is nothing to worry about. Compared to the winter in the year 2016/17 when a lot of people suffered from flu, this year does not show any increased deaths.
What is going on here?
We have a total shutdown here in Austria, the companies struggle to pay our salaries. Is this real?
The Data supplied is real in any case and I leave it up to anybody to interpret them.
If you have comparable data from the country you live in, it would be nice to compare them here. Total deaths per week, lets say for the last 5 years or so.