This is not a cumulative graph. Each column shows the number of new admissions each day into hospitals in NHS England. There were 194 new admissions on the 15th September up from 100 new admissions, one week earlier, on the 8th September.
On the 15th September in Scotland, there were no new admissions. There were 9 new cases in the last 24 hours (19th) but in the preceding 7 days the average number of new cases was only 2.
So, even if we compare the later Scottish data, average 2 new cases, with those available in the graph above, the crude rate is 100 times greater or per head of population, 10 times higher.
If the trend has continued in England, it may be even worse.