In the week ending 25th July, 9 476 (98.4%) Covid cases were picked up in the community (house parties, clubs, sporting events and on transport). Only 10 out of 9 630 (0.1%) were definitely picked up in a hospital.
This is a frankly astonishing level of infection control across 279 hospitals.
This data is hardly ever reported. BBC Scotland’s Lisa Summers will tweet excitedly if the graph goes up at all.
NHS England deals with this by not reporting at all but a study published in Hospital Healthcare Europe suggested a figure of 10% over the first wave: