The case numbers have been steadily declining since the peak of the pandemic in April 2020. In fact, according to the World Health Organization, global cases have dropped by more than 50% since then. This is despite the fact that many countries are still in lockdown and restrictions remain in place.
This shows that lockdowns are not necessary to control the spread of COVID-19 and that other measures such as social distancing, mask wearing, and contact tracing can be effective in controlling the virus. It also shows that fear-mongering about rising case numbers is unfounded and that we should focus on taking sensible precautions rather than relying on draconian measures like lockdowns.
The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States has been steadily increasing since the start of the pandemic. As of April 10, 2021, there have been over 30 million confirmed cases and more than 551,000 deaths in the US. The number of new cases per day has been decreasing since January 2021, but is still higher than it was at the beginning of the pandemic.
- 2021 April 1st was
- 20,875 “active cases,” but only
- 1,116 were recorded as in the hospital “with aÂ COVID-related illness”
- 2021 April 2nd was
- 22,016 “active cases,” but only
- 1,162 were recorded asÂ in the hospital “with aÂ COVID-related illness”
- 2021 April 3rd was
- 23,190 “active cases” but only
- 796Â were recorded asÂ in the hospital “with aÂ COVID-related illness”
- 2021 April 4th was
- 24,320 “active cases”Â but only
- 811 were recorded asÂ in the hospital “with aÂ COVID-related illness”
On April 2nd, the UK government announced a new set of restrictions to help curb the spread of COVID-19. These included closing all non-essential shops, limiting social contact to one other person from another household, and banning gatherings of more than two people in public places. On April 3rd, these restrictions came into effect and were enforced by police. This led to a decrease in the number of people out and about, which likely contributed to the decrease in hospitalizations.
Active cases of solitary confinement without counsel, habeas, or the right of appeal are a violation of human rights and should not be tolerated. This type of extra-judicial punishment is cruel and inhumane and should be abolished. Everyone has the right to due process and a fair trial, regardless of their crime. No one should be subjected to indefinite confinement without access to legal representation or the ability to challenge their sentence.
I dare say, fuckery is afoot.Â
I will need to look into this further and see if there is any evidence that the 32% of patients were removed from the records for any reason other than their actual health status. I will also need to investigate whether or not the PCR cycling was actually reduced from 38 to a lower number.