On September 29, Scotland’s Covid 19 infection rate fell below that of the UK (essentially the same as the rate in England) and has remained lower for two weeks now.
In the period when Scotland’s rate was higher, it was big news for our MSM but, in the last two weeks, they have lost interest. Lisa Summers waits, cobra-like, for the happy day when they rise above the UK level again.
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It is the Covid enquiry hiatus that is the attack line at present. Although Aamer Anwar was emphasising that it was basically a Judiciary problem, the BBC framed it as ‘another betrayal of the bereaved families’
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I did notice that the hospitalisation figures published on Wednesday, 12th by PHS had risen to over 800 from around 740 the previous week.
With this virus things can turn on a sixpence.
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There were articles published last week on new variants of Omicron.
I think as a precaution people should start wearing masks when they are out and about, especially on public transport and when shopping.
‘Swarm’ of new Covid subvariants could drive wave across Europe and the US by end of November, expert warns
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