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Alex50 Fri 26-Jun-20 07:50:43

For Coronvirus was only 6, it hasn’t been that number since March. At the peak it was nearly 900 in one day.

www.england.nhs.uk/statistics/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2020/06/COVID-19-total-announced-deaths-25-June-2020.xlsx

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Ohfrigginghellers Fri 26-Jun-20 07:52:24

The lockdown clearly made a big difference but now with the relaxations will things change?

Northernsoullover Fri 26-Jun-20 07:56:25

I don't believe we will see a spike from outdoor gatherings. The pubs and hospitality opening are another matter. Time will tell. Lets hope not.

SionnachGlic Fri 26-Jun-20 07:59:10

It is good news to see numbers on the wane but still that is 6 people too many with lots of families still very anxious having loved ones in ICU.

It'll rise again if people don't abide by the restrictions & they continue to ignore warnings & throng to beaches....some shocking scenes yesterday. It is utterly selfish & they are putting lives at risk. Is it just uneducated ignorance or is it with full knowledge that they could bring the virus into their own home/family...& they just do not care

Alex50 Fri 26-Jun-20 07:59:44

I think it will come back in autumn with all the other bugs. Make the most of being outside while you can, lockdown in winter will be very hard. Have your family round in the garden and make the most of it. Meet in Parks and outside but take your rubbish home smile

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Alex50 Fri 26-Jun-20 08:03:04

Out of the 6 that died 5 were over 80. Yes all lives matter but at that age it might not have just been coronvirus that killed them.

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2020notQuiteAsPlanned Fri 26-Jun-20 08:03:23

Deaths in all settings was up from last week on the same day

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-information-for-the-public

UltimateWednesday Fri 26-Jun-20 08:11:48

I always felt the restrictions on outdoor gatherings were unecessary and OTT, which (IMO) has been proven by the fact that there's been no increase while they've been allowed (or while they happened in breaches of the rules).

I also think it's interesting that there's been no increase while schools have been taking higher numbers? Children and schools really aren't the hit bed of infection we thought? Or schools have beeen spectacularly good at managing hygiene and infection control? Personally I think the latter as the person in charge of that stuff at our school

Pubs do worry me. I was out with a group running last night. Often after a race we'd end up in a pub. All law abiding basically decent people whi have stuck to the SD rules but after a number of celebratory drinks....everyone lets their guard down and does things they wouldn't usually do, even if it's only mild things like hugging people or sitting a bit closer than you intended.

Since it's been allowed, I've been glad to go and have a cuppa in my parents' garden. Today, technically, I can go indoors but I'll be happier if we stay on the garden, for their sakes.

That said, if there are few cases now, in the community, the risk really is very low.

Alex50 Fri 26-Jun-20 08:23:40

Deaths in all settings were 149, 6 were from hospitals in the UK. I’m assuming the rest will be care homes?

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cologne4711 Fri 26-Jun-20 08:43:02

All law abiding basically decent people whi have stuck to the SD rules but after a number of celebratory drinks....everyone lets their guard down and does things they wouldn't usually do, even if it's only mild things like hugging people or sitting a bit closer than you intended

Yes. Although you have to sit in family groups I think so it may not be too bad - nobody allowed standing at the bar. I know what you mean though, I went to a wedding just before lockdown and at the beginning everyone was keeping their distance and doing elbow bumps, by the end everyone was hugging and kissing!

CarlaH Fri 26-Jun-20 08:45:00

I thought I saw that deaths and new cases grew yesterday.

Alex50 Fri 26-Jun-20 08:49:12

@CarlaH I’m only talking about deaths in hospitals.

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2020notQuiteAsPlanned Fri 26-Jun-20 08:50:35

@CarlaH - they did!
R factor hovering round 1, possibly above.
WHO warning and Chris Witty even tweeted yesterday about the risks........
not at all sure about Boris relying on everyone's "common sense" with street parties in London, madness on the south coast beaches and Liverpool celebrations.....

Valambtine Fri 26-Jun-20 08:51:04

6 are English hospitals who died in the previous 24 hours and already been reported. The others in the149 will be English hospital deaths from earlier, deaths in hospitals in other parts of the UK, and carehomes. I look at the figures daily and recently it tends to be less than 10 deaths announced that took place in the last 24 hours then the day after 20 odd more added. It's still positive of course, moving in the right direction despite outside gatherings, protests etc.

Jrobhatch29 Fri 26-Jun-20 08:54:22

Ah @Alex50 another of your positive posts ruined with doom!

EnlightenedOwl Fri 26-Jun-20 08:55:17

Alex50

Out of the 6 that died 5 were over 80. Yes all lives matter but at that age it might not have just been coronvirus that killed them.

I think this is true in a lot of the reported cases

SqidgeBum Fri 26-Jun-20 09:03:47

Looking at the times when were said there would be spikes after the event (VE day, lockdown restrictions easing, the last bank holiday, the kids going back to school) and there was no spike, I am choosing to live I hope. I understand people are afraid of another spike, and there may be some rises here and there, but I dont think we will go back to the lockdown we just lived through. Maybe I will be proven wrong, but evidence here and abroad has shown that it doesnt revert back to peak times, or even near.

Alex50 Fri 26-Jun-20 09:08:14

@Jrobhatch29 I know smile it makes me feel better anyway. I am going to go and enjoy my day in the sunshine in between the thunderstorms xx

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Comps83 Fri 26-Jun-20 09:12:36

I think it will be similar to the 1918 virus which naturally ebbed and flowed and came in 3 waves . I think it will decrease during these summer months and will creep back in the autumn

PrizeHeifer Fri 26-Jun-20 09:22:48

its almost as though the Gov want people to spread it herd immunity

Dadnotamum72 Fri 26-Jun-20 09:26:30

Deaths reported in the previous 24hrs (hospital only) since 1st june have been.
13
19
20
24
19
17
16
10
20
11
13
10
14
4
6
11
8
13
2
6
7
3
6
4
6

A very slow decline but promising.

Dadnotamum72 Fri 26-Jun-20 09:40:51

Deaths by date of death (Hospital only) in number form rather than the usual graphs, with the usual caveat that the last few days will increase a bit over the next few days.

01-Mar0
02-Mar1
03-Mar2
04-Mar0
05-Mar2
06-Mar2
07-Mar0
08-Mar5
09-Mar4
10-Mar1
11-Mar10
12-Mar14
13-Mar20
14-Mar23
15-Mar28
16-Mar40
17-Mar46
18-Mar65
19-Mar63
20-Mar105
21-Mar103
22-Mar149
23-Mar159
24-Mar205
25-Mar264
26-Mar325
27-Mar350
28-Mar359
29-Mar438
30-Mar496
31-Mar574
01-Apr645
02-Apr645
03-Apr697
04-Apr777
05-Apr743
06-Apr726
07-Apr812
08-Apr899
09-Apr790
10-Apr739
11-Apr779
12-Apr718
13-Apr698
14-Apr648
15-Apr685
16-Apr638
17-Apr609
18-Apr570
19-Apr522
20-Apr565
21-Apr483
22-Apr501
23-Apr451
24-Apr437
25-Apr384
26-Apr380
27-Apr343
28-Apr340
29-Apr322
30-Apr312
01-May306
02-May268
03-May251
04-May259
05-May250
06-May266
07-May255
08-May213
09-May202
10-May195
11-May166
12-May183
13-May161
14-May178
15-May170
16-May167
17-May137
18-May155
19-May143
20-May153
21-May148
22-May121
23-May128
24-May115
25-May133
26-May137
27-May120
28-May122
29-May116
30-May91
31-May81
01-Jun93
02-Jun108
03-Jun106
04-Jun82
05-Jun82
06-Jun80
07-Jun76
08-Jun66
09-Jun63
10-Jun72
11-Jun48
12-Jun48
13-Jun38
14-Jun55
15-Jun51
16-Jun51
17-Jun44
18-Jun45
19-Jun38
20-Jun39
21-Jun31
22-Jun37
23-Jun29
24-Jun6

IncrediblySadToo Fri 26-Jun-20 09:51:01

@Dadnotmum.

Thank you for those. I'd like to keep an eye on those numbers, can you please let me know where you got them from?!

Muir23 Fri 26-Jun-20 09:54:21

@Dadnotamum72
Where did you get those figures please? Thanks

RapidRainbow Fri 26-Jun-20 09:54:54

So if the cases go down in similar fashion to how they rose, and taking account of current figures, in about two weeks we will be down to 0/1. I believe this is why 4th July has been picked for reopening. 1st August allows 3 weeks for being sure shielders can come out, if numbers go back up in this period they can stop this and protect the shielders whilst allowing everyone else to take cautious risk.

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