For more than a month now, there have been zero confirmed cases of death from Covid-19. The Scottish line in the above graph is barely visible as it hugs the x axis (bottom).
Though reduced dramatically, death remains present in the Covid wards in the other parts of the UK.
Is it unreasonable to suggest that this must have something to do with the performance of our hospitals?
- NHS Scotland’s ambulance service and its A&E departments are quicker in response than elsewhere.
- NHS Scotland has more doctors and nurses per capita than elsewhere.
- SNP policies have kept catering and cleaning in house as opposed to outsourced to corporations.
- Because of the above there have been no listeria outbreaks in catering and far fewer Norovirus cases in wards.
- Are the above indicative of better infection control than elsewhere?
I have sources for all of the above, if required.