I’ve emailed Public Health Scotland’s media enquiries department, at last, on this.
In the last few days in Scotland with figures, there have been only 3 or 4 Covid patients with symptoms serious enough to require intensive care while in England there have been between 167 and 188.
Per head of population, Covid ICU cases are running at more than four times the rate in England.
There must be a reason.
I’ve explored a few before. See: https://talkingupscotlandtwo.com/2023/03/19/nearly-5-times-as-many-icu-covid-cases-in-other-parts-of-uk/
If I get anything interesting from the media enquiry, I’ll let you know.
2 thoughts on “Covid ICU cases approaching zero as they climb elsewhere in UK”
Had the data been the other way round you can be sure the media and opposition would be screaming and demanding that ‘heads most roll’
I’m still shielding . Maybe scots immunocompromised are better at that.