The above graph from NHS Scotland shows a steep rise in the number of cases requiring intensive care, over the space of only two weeks, followed by a short plateau of less than one week, followed by a precipitous fall to single figures and then a gradual fall over three weeks toward zero. There have been none for ten days now.
The overall population being admitted to hospital is falling too but much less steeply, so why are the graph shapes so different?
It takes a big man to admit he’s dumb and I’m getting bigger everyday on lock-down so don’t worry about my feelings. Tell me. Just tell me.