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Covid Death's yesterday 09:49 - Jun 2 with 965 viewsBasuco

Yesterday afternoon the Worldometers web site showed 553 death's in the UK, this morning it has been revised down to 111, has anyone seen a reason for this?
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Covid Death's yesterday on 09:50 - Jun 2 with 951 viewsPendejo

Yes

111 was last 24 hours

The balance are deaths that occurred in previous days / weeks that have now been attributed to covid

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Covid Death's yesterday on 09:51 - Jun 2 with 944 viewsGlasgowBlue

Additional deaths, identified from Pillar 2 testing in England, have been added to the data over the last week. In total 445 deaths have been added, with dates of death back to 26 April 2020.

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Covid Death's yesterday on 09:59 - Jun 2 with 906 viewslinhdi

The extra 440+ were deaths that should have been reported earlier but had somehow been missed, dating back several weeks. This isn't a big issue - plenty of other countries have done this at times. The 111 declared by govt included all new deaths reported in the last 24 hours, so covering a week or two.


I wish government had announced both figures and explained the reason for the spike. A bit of openness and honesty would be helpful at times. Curiously, it would have helped their somewhat tenuous argument that the death rate continues to fall ( by increasing the count on earlier weeks).
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Covid Death's yesterday on 10:11 - Jun 2 with 866 viewsGeoffSentence

worldometer was a bit crazy yesterday, they had a day of negative deaths too.

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Covid Death's yesterday on 10:31 - Jun 2 with 820 viewsSteve_M

Covid Death's yesterday on 09:59 - Jun 2 by linhdi

The extra 440+ were deaths that should have been reported earlier but had somehow been missed, dating back several weeks. This isn't a big issue - plenty of other countries have done this at times. The 111 declared by govt included all new deaths reported in the last 24 hours, so covering a week or two.


I wish government had announced both figures and explained the reason for the spike. A bit of openness and honesty would be helpful at times. Curiously, it would have helped their somewhat tenuous argument that the death rate continues to fall ( by increasing the count on earlier weeks).


Indeed, this isn't really a case of the government trying to hide the big thing but is - yet again- an example of deliberate obfuscation. See also not reporting how many people have actually been tested per day at the moment.

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Covid Death's yesterday on 10:37 - Jun 2 with 792 viewsSteve_M

Covid Death's yesterday on 10:31 - Jun 2 by Steve_M

Indeed, this isn't really a case of the government trying to hide the big thing but is - yet again- an example of deliberate obfuscation. See also not reporting how many people have actually been tested per day at the moment.


Ah, as I was saying:


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Covid Death's yesterday on 10:38 - Jun 2 with 783 viewsPinewoodblue

Covid Death's yesterday on 09:59 - Jun 2 by linhdi

The extra 440+ were deaths that should have been reported earlier but had somehow been missed, dating back several weeks. This isn't a big issue - plenty of other countries have done this at times. The 111 declared by govt included all new deaths reported in the last 24 hours, so covering a week or two.


I wish government had announced both figures and explained the reason for the spike. A bit of openness and honesty would be helpful at times. Curiously, it would have helped their somewhat tenuous argument that the death rate continues to fall ( by increasing the count on earlier weeks).


Suspect if they were more open it would be more difficult to justify the easing of the lockdown.

It would probably show that the seven day rolling average has actually risen over the past seven days. As it is there has been little downward movement.

What we need now is daily figures on the track, trace and isolate programme. Doubt that will happen though as unlikely to make good reading.

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Covid Death's yesterday on 10:42 - Jun 2 with 775 viewsChutney

Was speaking to a friend yesterday, a lady in his village passed away because she couldn't have the blood transfusion that ordinarily could've saved her, due to Covid. Not technically a Covid death therefore, but the operation is no longer available at home, so she would've needed to go into hospital where she would've been very high risk, potentially catching Covid, or would've had to self isolate upon her release for 2 weeks, which wouldn't have enabled her the care she needed. I guess she had no family let. Terribly sad.

She was 99 which is a great innings of course, but sad none the less. Yet another hidden cost of Covid, along with the inevitable countless un-diagnosed other illnesses that will have happened over the past 3 or 4 months.
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Covid Death's yesterday on 10:44 - Jun 2 with 767 viewsWeWereZombies

Covid Death's yesterday on 09:59 - Jun 2 by linhdi

The extra 440+ were deaths that should have been reported earlier but had somehow been missed, dating back several weeks. This isn't a big issue - plenty of other countries have done this at times. The 111 declared by govt included all new deaths reported in the last 24 hours, so covering a week or two.


I wish government had announced both figures and explained the reason for the spike. A bit of openness and honesty would be helpful at times. Curiously, it would have helped their somewhat tenuous argument that the death rate continues to fall ( by increasing the count on earlier weeks).


So, presumably, the one hundred and eleven deaths yesterday is likely to be revised upward today and afterwards as late reports come in?

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Covid Death's yesterday on 10:57 - Jun 2 with 730 viewsSteve_M

Covid Death's yesterday on 10:44 - Jun 2 by WeWereZombies

So, presumably, the one hundred and eleven deaths yesterday is likely to be revised upward today and afterwards as late reports come in?


That has happened pretty much every day since March. The date of reporting and the date of death are not necessarily the same, especially after weekends and bank holidays.

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Covid Death's yesterday on 11:15 - Jun 2 with 708 viewsBasuco

Thanks all, looking back at the revised figures it seems that the last 2 or 3 weeks have been revised upwards, which makes the last 7 days average, 258 death's per day and 2164 new cases, the previous 7 day average was 349 deaths per day with 2515 new cases. Heading in the right direction but you can see why Scotland and Wales are being more cautious relaxing the lock down rules.
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Covid Death's yesterday on 12:20 - Jun 2 with 608 viewslinhdi

Covid Death's yesterday on 11:15 - Jun 2 by Basuco

Thanks all, looking back at the revised figures it seems that the last 2 or 3 weeks have been revised upwards, which makes the last 7 days average, 258 death's per day and 2164 new cases, the previous 7 day average was 349 deaths per day with 2515 new cases. Heading in the right direction but you can see why Scotland and Wales are being more cautious relaxing the lock down rules.


To add, and hospital admissions are well down. We might yet get away with the early easing. My frustration is that we could have pretty much guaranteed a big drop in infections and later fatalities if only we had kept the original lockdown for just a few more weeks. We'd have been through it by now, and able to enjoy greater freedom with a higher confidence of safety.
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Covid Death's yesterday on 13:48 - Jun 2 with 509 viewsWeWereZombies

Covid Death's yesterday on 12:20 - Jun 2 by linhdi

To add, and hospital admissions are well down. We might yet get away with the early easing. My frustration is that we could have pretty much guaranteed a big drop in infections and later fatalities if only we had kept the original lockdown for just a few more weeks. We'd have been through it by now, and able to enjoy greater freedom with a higher confidence of safety.


Or gone into lock down two or three weeks earlier.

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