Coronavirus

Covid data for Sunday, 18 July 2021

Global Cases: 190,784,160
Increase: 487,304
Global Deaths: 4,099,042
Increase: 7,133

Australia
Cases 31,899 Change: 129
Deaths 914 Change: 1
Critical 18
Cases per Million 1,236

UK
Cases 5,386,340 Change: 53,969
Deaths 128,683 Change: 41
Critical 551
Cases per Million 78,912

USA
Cases 34,953,937 Change: 24,081
Deaths 624,715 Change: 109
Critical 5,868
Cases per Million 104,959

Canada
Cases 1,422,918 Change: 277
Deaths 26,492 Change: 3
Critical 294
Cases per Million 37,360

Sweden
Cases 1,094,287 Change: 0
Deaths 14,609 Change: 0
Critical 23
Cases per Million 107,654

Covid data for Monday, 19 July 2021

Global Cases: 191,229,700
Increase: 445,540
Global Deaths: 4,105,820
Increase: 6,778

Australia
Cases 32,015 Change: 116
Deaths 914 Change: 0
Critical 18
Cases per Million 1,240

UK
Cases 5,433,939 Change: 47,599
Deaths 128,708 Change: 25
Critical 551
Cases per Million 79,608

USA
Cases 34,963,907 Change: 9,970
Deaths 624,746 Change: 31
Critical 5,886
Cases per Million 104,987

Canada
Cases 1,423,177 Change: 259
Deaths 26,499 Change: 7
Critical 264
Cases per Million 37,366

Sweden
Cases 1,094,287 Change: 0
Deaths 14,609 Change: 0
Critical 23
Cases per Million 107,652

Covid data for Tuesday, 20 July 2021

Global Cases: 191,719,374
Increase: 489,674
Global Deaths: 4,112,801
Increase: 6,981

Australia
Cases 32,120 Change: 105
Deaths 915 Change: 1
Critical 18
Cases per Million 1,245

UK
Cases 5,473,477 Change: 39,538
Deaths 128,727 Change: 19
Critical 573
Cases per Million 80,186

USA
Cases 35,018,600 Change: 54,693
Deaths 624,983 Change: 237
Critical 6,072
Cases per Million 105,150

Canada
Cases 1,423,878 Change: 701
Deaths 26,504 Change: 5
Critical 264
Cases per Million 37,383

Sweden
Cases 1,094,287 Change: 0
Deaths 14,609 Change: 0
Critical 23
Cases per Million 107,650

Adelaide (SA) is locking down from 6pm tonight.

The first regional centre in NSW is now in lockdown. Orange and two neighbouring LGAs were locked down after a worker tested positive at a Nestles processing plant.

14 million Australians are now in lockdown - that is over half of the population.

According to modelling Sydney could be locked down until early September

What’s happened to Sweden? No new cases or deaths in the last three days…:102:

Covid data for Wednesday, 21 July 2021

Global Cases: 192,260,989
Increase: 541,615
Global Deaths: 4,133,799
Increase: 20,998

Australia
Cases 32,266 Change: 146
Deaths 915 Change: 0
Critical 18
Cases per Million 1,250

UK
Cases 5,519,602 Change: 46,125
Deaths 128,823 Change: 96
Critical 611
Cases per Million 80,861

USA
Cases 35,081,719 Change: 63,119
Deaths 625,363 Change: 380
Critical 6,349
Cases per Million 105,338

Canada
Cases 1,424,220 Change: 342
Deaths 26,508 Change: 4
Critical 264
Cases per Million 37,392

Sweden
Cases 1,095,279 Change: 992
Deaths 14,614 Change: 5
Critical 25
Cases per Million 107,746

Perhaps they just don’t publish their data on a daily basis. They have nearly a 1000 cases today but overall they are doing pretty well.

I was surprised because I thought they just let the virus rip with no precautions taken but 1million cases with only 14000 deaths is very good compared to the rest of Europe. They must have a very good health service (and no Boris perhaps?). Their vaccination regime is ramping up exponentially too

https://www.over50sforum.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=16360&d=1626840095

Covid data for Thursday, 22 July 2021

Global Cases: 192,825,982
Increase: 564,993
Global Deaths: 4,142,472
Increase: 8,673

Australia
Cases 32,426 Change: 160
Deaths 915 Change: 0
Critical 18
Cases per Million 1,256

UK
Cases 5,563,006 Change: 43,404
Deaths 128,896 Change: 73
Critical 618
Cases per Million 81,496

USA
Cases 35,146,476 Change: 64,757
Deaths 625,808 Change: 445
Critical 6,480
Cases per Million 105,531

Canada
Cases 1,424,715 Change: 495
Deaths 26,512 Change: 4
Critical 264
Cases per Million 37,404

Sweden
Cases 1,095,758 Change: 479
Deaths 14,615 Change: 1
Critical 25
Cases per Million 107,791

The NSW outbreak shows no sign of being under control with 124 cases today. About 100 people are in hospital, I think 14 are on ventilators. This delta strain seems to be affecting young people more than the original strain because half those in hospital are under 50.

On the bright side(?) no-one in hospital has had two doses of the vaccine.

Thank you Scotty for running the slowest vaccine roll out in the OECD. You useless pr**k

Just watching the 11am Premier’s news conference.

Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the situation in NSW, particularly in the south-west and western suburbs, was now regarded as a “national emergency” and called on the federal government to refocus the national vaccination strategy.

The NSW government is also expanding its ban on people leaving local government areas for work to Cumberland and Blacktown.

Previously, it had applied to people in Fairfield, Canterbury-Bankstown and Liverpool.

NSW has recorded 136 new COVID-19 cases and another death linked to the growing outbreak.

Covid data for Friday, 23 July 2021

Global Cases: 193,410,165
Increase: 584,183
Global Deaths: 4,151,456
Increase: 8,984

Australia
Cases 32,588 Change: 162
Deaths 916 Change: 1
Critical 18
Cases per Million 1,263

UK
Cases 5,602,321 Change: 39,315
Deaths 128,980 Change: 84
Critical 647
Cases per Million 82,070

USA
Cases 35,213,594 Change: 67,118
Deaths 626,172 Change: 364
Critical 6,607
Cases per Million 105,730

Canada
Cases 1,425,097 Change: 382
Deaths 26,526 Change: 14
Critical 244
Cases per Million 37,413

Sweden
Cases 1,096,341 Change: 583
Deaths 14,615 Change: 0
Critical 25
Cases per Million 107,847

Covid data for Saturday, 24 July 2021

Global Cases: 194,054,146
Increase: 643,981
Global Deaths: 4,160,217
Increase: 8,761

Australia
Cases 32,759 Change: 171
Deaths 916 Change: 0
Critical 18
Cases per Million 1,269

UK
Cases 5,637,975 Change: 35,654
Deaths 129,044 Change: 64
Critical 699
Cases per Million 82,592

USA
Cases 35,283,075 Change: 69,481
Deaths 626,658 Change: 486
Critical 6,719
Cases per Million 105,937

Canada
Cases 1,425,702 Change: 605
Deaths 26,539 Change: 13
Critical 244
Cases per Million 37,428

Sweden
Cases 1,096,799 Change: 458
Deaths 14,615 Change: 0
Critical 25
Cases per Million 107,890

Covid data for Sunday, 25 July 2021

Global Cases: 194,411,130
Increase: 356,984
Global Deaths: 4,168,466
Increase: 8,249

Australia
Cases 32,915 Change: 156
Deaths 918 Change: 2
Critical 18
Cases per Million 1,275

UK
Cases 5,669,260 Change: 31,285
Deaths 129,130 Change: 86
Critical 699
Cases per Million 83,049

USA
Cases 35,184,671 Change: -98,404
Deaths 626,713 Change: 55
Critical 7,771
Cases per Million 105,640

Canada
Cases 1,425,987 Change: 285
Deaths 26,544 Change: 5
Critical 244
Cases per Million 37,434

Sweden
Cases 1,096,799 Change: 0
Deaths 14,615 Change: 0
Critical 20
Cases per Million 107,888

Two more deaths reported today in NSW. One was a lady in her 70s but the second was a lady in her 30s with no co-morbities.

Neither was vaccinated (Thank you Scotty) but the second death is more worrying to authorities because it shows this Delta variant affects younger people more seriously than the original strain.

Over 40 people are currently in hospital - only one had received any vaccine and then only one dose

Further to the above:

NSW Health’s Jeremy McAnulty said a teenager was one of 43 people currently in intensive care in NSW.

He said of 43 people in intensive care, one was a teenager, seven were in their 20s, three were in their 30s, 14 were in their 50s, 12 were in their 60s and six were in their 70s.

With previous outbreaks there were no young people in intensive care the nature of the disease has changed with this Delta variant. Previously it was rare for teenagers and school children to be affected, this is no longer the case.

Three years before and for what. What did they know and kept quiet about.

Covid data for Monday, 26 July 2021

Global Cases: 194,843,917
Increase: 432,787
Global Deaths: 4,175,235
Increase: 6,769

Australia
Cases 33,082 Change: 167
Deaths 918 Change: 0
Critical 18
Cases per Million 1,282

UK
Cases 5,697,912 Change: 28,652
Deaths 129,158 Change: 28
Critical 699
Cases per Million 83,467

USA
Cases 35,199,465 Change: 14,794
Deaths 626,762 Change: 49
Critical 8,236
Cases per Million 105,683

Canada
Cases 1,426,215 Change: 228
Deaths 26,547 Change: 3
Critical 244
Cases per Million 37,440

Sweden
Cases 1,096,799 Change: 0
Deaths 14,615 Change: 0
Critical 20
Cases per Million 107,887

Hi

These exercises happen all the time.

Ministers do like to publicose them if they do not go well.

The fact that they hadn’t actually learned anything? And they probably thought, ack it’ll never happen here…we are Great Britain after all :shock:

Don’t worry it is not just you, apparently we had a similar pandemic exercise in 2008ish (that is from memory) where everything went well and it was said this should happen every 5 years. Never happened again until the real thing.

Edit : I thought I had better check the year and I was actually spot on.

Covid data for Tuesday, 27 July 2021

Global Cases: 195,346,146
Increase: 502,229
Global Deaths: 4,182,831
Increase: 7,596

Australia
Cases 33,082 Change: 0
Deaths 918 Change: 0
Critical 18
Cases per Million 1,282

UK
Cases 5,722,298 Change: 24,386
Deaths 129,172 Change: 14
Critical 715
Cases per Million 83,823

USA
Cases 35,287,269 Change: 87,804
Deaths 627,039 Change: 277
Critical 8,447
Cases per Million 105,945

Canada
Cases 1,427,370 Change: 1,155
Deaths 26,553 Change: 6
Critical 244
Cases per Million 37,469

Sweden
Cases 1,096,799 Change: 0
Deaths 14,615 Change: 0
Critical 20
Cases per Million 107,885

Covid data for Wednesday, 28 July 2021

Global Cases: 195,990,126
Increase: 643,980
Global Deaths: 4,193,155
Increase: 10,324

Australia
Cases 33,473 Change: 391
Deaths 922 Change: 4
Critical 18
Cases per Million 1,297

UK
Cases 5,745,526 Change: 23,228
Deaths 129,303 Change: 131
Critical 820
Cases per Million 84,162

USA
Cases 35,353,923 Change: 66,654
Deaths 627,351 Change: 312
Critical 8,782
Cases per Million 106,143

Canada
Cases 1,427,917 Change: 547
Deaths 26,560 Change: 7
Critical 231
Cases per Million 37,482

Sweden
Cases 1,098,154 Change: 1,355
Deaths 14,617 Change: 2
Critical 20
Cases per Million 108,016

The NSW Greater Sydney, Central Coast, Blue Mountains, Wollongong and Shellharbour lockdown has been extended for four more weeks with 174 new cases today.