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Winter wave of coronavirus 'could be worse than first'

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    #51
    Originally posted by Excursion UK View Post
    Wanna bet?

    I'm stockpiling all the essentials before July 24 and then I'll be getting all my meat, fruit and veg from the local outdoor markets.
    Do that why there has been a raft of new sign ups on the forum recently.
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      #52
      i am not looking forward to winter when people will be dropping dead on the roads with flu and covid , as mentioned in the daily mail.
      Bring your dead.

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        #53
        Originally posted by WTFH View Post

        The R rate aspect of that graph looks highly sus to me. I'm skeptical that the totals would promptly dip at the same time the R Rate was 3.

        It was also from the Daily Mail, so quite likely some illiterate innumerate minimum wage Daily Mail hack superimposed the R Rate lines.
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          #54
          Originally posted by OwlHoot View Post
          The R rate aspect of that graph looks highly sus to me. I'm skeptical that the totals would promptly dip at the same time the R Rate was 3.

          It was also from the Daily Mail, so quite likely some illiterate innumerate minimum wage Daily Mail hack superimposed the R Rate lines.
          Turbo lag, init?
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            #55
            Originally posted by OwlHoot View Post
            The R rate aspect of that graph looks highly sus to me. I'm skeptical that the totals would promptly dip at the same time the R Rate was 3.

            It was also from the Daily Mail, so quite likely some illiterate innumerate minimum wage Daily Mail hack superimposed the R Rate lines.
            The totals didn't "promptly dip at the same time the R rate was 3".
            Can you explain what you mean?

            The point of the graph was evidence to contradict the claim:
            Originally posted by original PM View Post
            ...even during the height of the pandemic it rarely got above 1.1...
            When challenged, oPM asked for evidence that it ever got above 1.1, I chose that source and asked him to prove otherwise, which he has failed to do so.

            So, if you feel the Wail is wrong in saying that the R rate was up near 3, please provide evidence, not just your suspicion that far right media sources are well known for spreading lies to the gullible.
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              #56
              Wail isn’t a Far Right source?

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                #57
                Originally posted by AtW View Post
                Wail isn’t a Far Right source?

                I've not found the Torygraph of Guido covering it yet, they are still too busy trying to blame Corbyn and the EU.
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                Hands... out infractions
                Face... the music
                Space... between the ears

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                  #58
                  Originally posted by WTFH View Post
                  I've not found the Torygraph of Guido covering it yet, they are still too busy trying to blame Komrade Kolonen Korbyn and the Evil EUSSR.
                  FTFY

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