Justified & Ancient
- Sep 2, 2015
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Yes but is the data that organized? It will be interesting if the entire pool decreases in number during the period, which given that the xmas uptick is over (or it is here), and the per centages stay the same, or just what the hard data is doing.The NHS produces a report later in the year to cover the previous period March - March, so when that is published we will have the full figures for all deaths from all things in the UK for 2020/2021 (plus a whole load of other info relating to the NHS treatments, admissions, etc etc).
You will see the NHS reports that I link to give a total daily count of deaths attributed to C19, and the various tabs on the bottom of the spreadsheet show the data in different ways (age, race, sex etc).
It also has a summary spreadsheet for the entire period since March 2020.
But it still applies that it is a simple fact that if you treat a certain group (whether that by age, sex, race...whatever) for something, whatever that might be, that if that treatment is effective then you would see the ratio of incidence (of that thing you've treated for) within that group, decreasing.
And we aren't, or at least, not significantly enough so as to put it beyond doubt.