Jul 27, 2021 -- 6:31AM, ----you-have-to-laugh--- wrote:
Well we are told Johnson is pmand he's making decisions.Maybe you have some alternativereality on that too from yourcrackpot viewing.
Yep, I am sure he still is.
Jul 27, 2021 -- 9:50AM, Giuseppe wrote:
"But if they were brought in because they were struggling to breathe, Covid was suspected, they were tested and then subsequently proven then what's the point of the OP?"why would someone like that test negative on arrival, and again the next day?if somebody only tests positive after two days something isn't right
Where does it say they're testing negative a couple of times prior?
Jul 27, 2021 -- 9:56AM, Magic__Daps wrote:
But if they were brought in because they were struggling to breathe, Covid was suspected, they were tested and then subsequently proven then what's the point of the OP?So why were only 44% tested positive of Covid on admission? Were the other 56% of hospitalisations recorded "with" Covid having breathing difficulties due to Covid, but then testing negative for a couple of days? Or didn't they get tested when they were admitted because they had no Covid symptoms and were not admitted to Hospital in the first place because of Covid.The numbers reported by the NHS/Government is to give the perception that all of the Covid positive patients in Hospital are in there because they have Covid - which is obviously b0llocks.
44% tested positive PRIOR to admission, not on admission. You're (perhaps deliberately) misunderstanding the words. Prior will include people feeling unwell and getting tested, people needing a GP who tests them. They then deteriorate to the point they need hospital treatment.
I don't doubt people have been admitted for other things, and maybe caught it while there. We've had near 18 months of hospital disruption for fear of already ill people catching this. It's hardly an earth shattering proposal after all.
As I said though, it'd be worth knowing how many of the 100% were admitted for symptoms consistent with Covid where it was suspected.
It'd also be worth knowing how many of those admitted were anti-vaxxers, gamely ploughing on and refusing to be tested until their blood ox dropped too low and they needed help.
I'd also like to know what is meant by "within 2 days of admission". The GOOD Covid test generally takes 24-48 hours to produce results doesn't it? So does this 2 days include people tested on admission but awaiting the results?
Who wrote this pissing article anyway? Just raises more questions than it answers. Awful journalisming.