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On 3/23/2022 at 3:48 PM, JennyWayne said:

Meanwhile in the Netherlands there are officially no COVID restrictions anymore

Same here in the UK, hence the surge.

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Updated UK Statistics on COVID-19 infection

Estimated percentage of the population testing positive for COVID-19, week ending 19 March 2022

  • England: 6.39% (previously 4.87%)
  • Wales: 6.35% (previously 4.13%)
  • Northern Ireland: 5.92% (previously 7.12%)
  • Scotland: 9.00% (previously 7.15%)

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Modelled daily percentage of the population testing positive for COVID-19 by age group, England

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The number of daily cases reported in the UK will soon sharply decrease due to the withdrawal of free testing from the vast majority of the population at the end of March.

The number of patients in hospital is expected to exceed the peak in January, which was at 20,020 on 10 January 2022.

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Updated UK Statistics on COVID-19 infection

Estimated percentage of the population testing positive for COVID-19, week ending 26 March 2022

  • England: 7.56% (previously 6.39%)
  • Wales: 6.97% (previously 6.35%)
  • Northern Ireland: 6.70% (previously 5.92%)
  • Scotland: 8.57% (previously 9.00%)

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Modelled daily percentage of the population testing positive for COVID-19 by age group, England

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Pop-a-911-ster 39,110

So COVID-19 is spreading fast in the UK again.

Estimated percentage of people testing positive week ending 24 June

  • England: 3.35% (2.50% previous week)
  • Wales: 3.49% (2.25% previous week)
  • Northern Ireland: 3.87% (3.26% previous week)
  • Scotland: 5.47% (4.76% previous week)

Hospitalisations

  • England: up 39% from previous week
  • Wales: up 52% from previous week
  • Northern Ireland: trend uncertain
  • Scotland: up 34% from previous week
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On 7/1/2022 at 1:32 PM, BenG said:

Estimated percentage of people testing positive week ending 24 June

  • England: 3.35% (2.50% previous week)
  • Wales: 3.49% (2.25% previous week)
  • Northern Ireland: 3.87% (3.26% previous week)
  • Scotland: 5.47% (4.76% previous week)

Estimated percentage of people testing positive week ending 29 June (England, NI)/30 June (Wales, Scotland)

  • England: 3.95%
  • Wales: 4.93%
  • Northern Ireland: 5.36%
  • Scotland: 5.94%
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On 7/8/2022 at 12:56 PM, BenG said:

Estimated percentage of people testing positive week ending 29 June (England, NI)/30 June (Wales, Scotland)

  • England: 3.95%
  • Wales: 4.93%
  • Northern Ireland: 5.36%
  • Scotland: 5.94%

Estimated percentage of people testing positive week ending 06 July (England, Wales, NI)/07 July (Scotland)

  • England: 5.27%
  • Wales: 6.04%
  • Northern Ireland: 5.86%
  • Scotland: 6.34%
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On 7/15/2022 at 7:02 PM, BenG said:

Estimated percentage of people testing positive week ending 06 July (England, Wales, NI)/07 July (Scotland)

  • England: 5.27%
  • Wales: 6.04%
  • Northern Ireland: 5.86%
  • Scotland: 6.34%

Estimated percentage of people testing positive week ending 13 July (England, Wales)/14 July (NI, Scotland)

  • England: 5.77%
  • Wales: 6.03%
  • Northern Ireland: 4.82%
  • Scotland: 6.48%
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