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Tories’ COVID figures suspiciously unchanged – how many ‘lost’ positives are they going to ‘find’ next?

The Tories have announced a new set of coronavirus figures for the last 24 hours that are almost identical to those of the previous day.

The uncanny similarity was highlighted in a tweet by health data guru @ToryFibs:

And as he pointed out, it was reminiscent of the pattern seen last week, when the government reported around 7,000 new cases for several days in a row.

That consistency was followed by an announcement that the Tories had ‘missed’ almost 16,000 cases during the same period – improbably blamed on out-of-date spreadsheet software.

This week it’s not just new infections that have stayed remarkably consistent. Every category was almost the same from one 24-hour period to the next.

So how many thousands of ‘lost cases are going to mysteriously be ‘discovered’ this week?

You’d almost think the Tories are massaging the figures – or cooking the books – so the country doesn’t realise what’s really going on out there.

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  1. If there are thousands of cases just at Uni’s theres going to be many more. Herd immunity signature D. Cummings

  2. I’ve recorded “upward revisions” of Worldometer’s numbers on 6 days in May, 3 days in June and 5 days in July as well as the 12 days from September 21st to October 2nd.

    Looking at all the numbers today I don’t see the stepped upticks in cases vs. deaths one would expect as testing ramped up in stages – no correlation that one ought to see if the 90+% false positives claimed by the deniers were genuine.
    There’s what looks like random variation, with some similar number sequences but not more than coincidence could explain I think – admittedly a real analysis might find something – this is just my impression.

    I’ve been recording Worldometer results (mostly daily after 4pm) since the beginning when I noticed numbers being revised, in some cases without mention.
    I don’t claim to have caught all the revisions though, occasionally having copied them to paper up to 3 days late.

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