From the Herald today:
More than 3,300 new cases of cornavirus (sic) have been identified in Scotland during the past 24 hours.
New statistics show that 3,375 fresh cases have been identified by the Scottish Government — a steep drop-off from yesterday’s figure of 4,241.
However, the number of people in hopital (sic) being treated for the virus has risen again, with 1,064 people currently occupying beds on wards. Yesterday’s total was 1,048.https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/homenews/19579600.covid-scotland-number-new-cases-recorded-24-hours-falls-patient-numbers-rise/
On August 21st, we had 3 189 new cases. Yesterday we had 4 241, down from 5 903 but with a warning that due to a reporting issue the 4 241 was likely to be an estimate and that the missing cases would be include today.
There’s no sign. After a flattening for around two weeks, is this the beginning of a fall?
Hospital admissions are up but, as most know, they lag behind infection levels by a week or two.
ICU cases were down, one, but that’s not mentioned.
Might the Herald’s readers want to know?
Naw! We’ll decide if they get accurate news!!!