Here are the recent data for Scotland. New cases:
- Jan 7th 2 649
- Jan 8th 2 290
- Jan 9th 1865
- Jan 10th 1 877
They did increase by 12 in the last 24 hours but who sees that as a rising trend?
I wonder, what’s happening in England where the PM tells us services have fewer issues of resilience?
Today’s data for England are not on display but, in the Hancock piece, I read it’s almost 60 000 across the UK. You’d think they had something to hide.
From the other pages, I can find 1 660 for Wales and 1 112 for Northern Ireland. So with the 1 877 for Scotland, that leaves around 55 000 for England. It was 54 257 yesterday.
England has 10 times the population but nearly 30 times the infections so, per head of population:
England has THREE TIMES the infection rate of Scotland.
I wonder why, they’d want to conceal that fact?