Lowest infection rate since December 22nd

On December 22nd 2020, the 7 day average infection rate was 945. For more than a month now it has risen and stayed above 1 000. It was even above 2 000 for a week in early January 2021.

In the last 24 hours it fell to 991. Still too high but getting there after peaking at 2 323 on the 7th January.

The death rate has fallen painfully but is now 54 after apparently peaking at 60, around January 27th.

Though lagging behind infection levels, hospital admissions too are falling, after peaking at 2 016 on the 27th January. They have fallen for a full week now and were down at 1 871 in the last 24 hours. ICU numbers have also been falling for more than a week now, from 161 on 22nd January to 128 in the last 24 hours.

All graphs: https://www.travellingtabby.com/scotland-coronavirus-tracker/

4 thoughts on “Lowest infection rate since December 22nd”

  1. Is it not sad though that with a pandemic on our hands, the ONLY trusted source is an Ayrshire lad with a cat obsession ? I thoroughly applaud and support his work, but the gap he fills was only vacated by the media in scotland for political reasons, and SG didn’t fill it.
    Neither did they on debunking the propaganda despite ostensibly setting up a department, leaving it to TUSK to take on, and goodness knows there’s been truckloads of it since.
    Yes, Scotland is undoubtedly doing better, but we desperately an enema for SG to promote it despite MSM…

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