November 5 2021

As we come to the end of another week, its only 6 weeks until the daylight hours begin to last longer, and Christmas gets closer. Cop 26 and racism in cricket are way ahead of Covid in the news coverage. People are bored with Covid and want to move on. It is so important toContinue reading “November 5 2021”

September 3 2021

The figures for today have included the young people aged 16-17 for the first time, however numbers are relatively small, with the change not obviously apparent, but is more accurate. As the children have returned to school and to regular testing again, so the number of daily tests has increased again. There were over 1Continue reading “September 3 2021”

March 25 2021

In parliament today the Emergency Covid laws which cover all the lockdown measures were extended for a further 6 months until the end of October. The Labour party supported the Government but a number of Tory rebels voted against, but the Government easily won by 484 votes to 76. One new item was added toContinue reading “March 25 2021”

March 24 2021

The daily statistics are probably the best indicators of our slow progress to survive and come through this pandemic. Only 839,954 covid tests were done in the last 24 hours, this is a bit lower than usual but still an incredible number. There is no indication as to the reason it’s lower than normal, itContinue reading “March 24 2021”