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Todays published numbers are 3001 out of 29 k tests

147 hospitalisations
58 death

https://www.covid19.admin.ch/en/overview
Sorry to continue to challenge this but actually this is my point.
You quote 147 and 58 but these are quoted as “difference to Previous Day”.
No explanation..

Hospitalizations for 12/01/2021 is 16

ZERO fatalities since 4th January for under 50yr olds. Lockdown is a farce and targeted care of vulnerable should be the approach.
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Old 13.01.2021, 15:08
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Sorry to continue to challenge this but actually this is my point.
You quote 147 and 58 but these are quoted as “difference to Previous Day”.
No explanation..

Hospitalizations for 12/01/2021 is 16

ZERO fatalities since 4th January for under 50yr olds. Lockdown is a farce and targeted care of vulnerable should be the approach.
This is the way it has been reported since March 2020 now.

There is an absolute difference vs previous day, but these totals (say the 58 deaths) are distributed over several past days as the reporting is lacking. There is really nothing sinister about this.
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Press conference just announce that non-essential stops are forced to close from the 18th.
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Old 13.01.2021, 16:09
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Existing measures prolonged, home office mandatory, non-essential shops closed, basically everything rumored is happening form the 18th.
Looks like I'll have home office soon!
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Schools luckily remain open so far. Don't know for how long though.
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Good to know the schools are still open!
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This is the way it has been reported since March 2020 now.

There is an absolute difference vs previous day, but these totals (say the 58 deaths) are distributed over several past days as the reporting is lacking. There is really nothing sinister about this.
So how come I can use your link and show 16 hospitalizations but you say 147.
Not saying you made up the number but saying the real relatable figure is clear concealment.

It is sinister, it is a cover up of the truth ,that the current approach is a total catastrophe and meaningful numbers are hidden from mainstream view as the truth is so embarrassing to governments.
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Old 13.01.2021, 16:25
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So how come I can use your link and show 16 hospitalizations but you say 147.
Not saying you made up the number but saying the real relatable figure is clear concealment.

It is sinister, it is a cover up of the truth ,that the current approach is a total catastrophe and meaningful numbers are hidden from mainstream view as the truth is so embarrassing to governments.
Yeah, sure
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Old 13.01.2021, 16:26
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Existing measures prolonged, home office mandatory, non-essential shops closed, basically everything rumored is happening form the 18th.
Looks like I'll have home office soon!
The good thing is that the stupid 7pm and closed on Sundays rule goes away.

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So how come I can use your link and show 16 hospitalizations but you say 147.
Not saying you made up the number but saying the real relatable figure is clear concealment.

It is sinister, it is a cover up of the truth ,that the current approach is a total catastrophe and meaningful numbers are hidden from mainstream view as the truth is so embarrassing to governments.
16 Per 100 000 inhabitants
147 difference to previous day
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Old 13.01.2021, 16:30
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Last edited by 3Wishes; 13.01.2021 at 21:35. Reason: changed huge image to link, but next time don't just post a link with no comment. thx
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Old 13.01.2021, 16:32
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The good think is that the stupid 7pm and closed on Sundays rule goes away.
That was the most stupid idea ever. Whoever thought that one up should be shot.
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Old 13.01.2021, 16:33
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The good think is that the stupid 7pm and closed on Sundays rule goes away.
Do you mean that the stores that were always closed on Sundays before (e.g. most Migros, etc.) will now be allowed to open on Sundays or that the stores that were forced to close on Sundays due to Covid will now be allowed to be open? (I assume the latter, but just wanted to be sure ).
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Mock me if you like. But I challenge you to find data showing Covid fatalities from March , for under 50yrs old people, with no underlying health conditions.

I have been given multiple email replies avoiding my request.

From .gov.uk ...

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You can find the deaths <60 here:
https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/deta...e_and_below_60

For more age-specific deaths please use the API.

We have no additional information in the dashboard regarding co-morbidity.
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Link simply refers to rolling average.. No data on underlying medical conditions.
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Do you mean that the stores that were always closed on Sundays before (e.g. most Migros, etc.) will now be allowed to open on Sundays or that the stores that were forced to close on Sundays due to Covid will now be allowed to be open? (I assume the latter, but just wanted to be sure ).
The latter. Station shops, service stations etc will be allowed to open on Sundays again. Non essential shops which opened on sundays won’t.

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Old 13.01.2021, 17:03
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Mock me if you like. But I challenge you to find data showing Covid fatalities from March , for under 50yrs old people, with no underlying health conditions.

I have been given multiple email replies avoiding my request.

From .gov.uk ...

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You can find the deaths <60 here:
https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/deta...e_and_below_60

For more age-specific deaths please use the API.

We have no additional information in the dashboard regarding co-morbidity.
Regards


Link simply refers to rolling average.. No data on underlying medical conditions.
What is your problem? We know that you are unlikely to die if your are young and healthy. There are thousands of studies on this. Then there are millions of repititions of all arguments in this thread, so feel free to read from page 1.
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What is your problem? We know that you are unlikely to die if your are young and healthy. There are thousands of studies on this. Then there are millions of repititions of all arguments in this thread, so feel free to read from page 1.
I’m appalled by the situation where the lockdown has zero effect. The approach is completely abysmal.
This is hidden in terms of no simple daily data on healthy /young /under 50s .
The exact demographic that Lockdown is destroying.

Am I wrong ?
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Old 13.01.2021, 17:15
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... I just read that there are now 127 confirmed cases of the UK and SA variants here in Switzerland.
Bear in mind they check something less than 10% of positive tests for the RNA (wasn't even this many in CH until recently). So this means the actual number is somewhere north of 1,300.
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