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The UK has Covid-19 hotspots again – but who has been catching the JN.1 variant?

Rampant again: the Covid-19 virus is once again on the loose across the UK – apparently because of ‘festive socialising’. But who could afford to contract the disease by raving it up in a UK where only the super-rich have money to spare?

How many people in the UK have died of the JN.1 variant of Covid-19?

The article referenced below says 10,000 people across the world died of it in December 2023, but that is not useful to those of us who want to follow national trends.

Apparently no information on UK deaths is publicly available.

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Instead we get this:

Two regions of the UK have seen cases of Covid shoot up over the past week, making them the leading hotspots for the virus.

The South East topped the table with 1,237 new cases over the past seven days, which equates to 13.4 people per 100,000 of the population. London trailed a close second with 1,032 new infections. The region to have avoided the worst of the cases is the North East, which only registered 194 over the past week.

Experts fear that JN.1, which is thought to have rocketed in numbers due to festive socialising, could reach record levels in the UK in a matter of weeks if cases continue to rise.

This Writer would also like to see a demographic breakdown of which social groups contracted the disease due to “festive socialising”.

Here in Mid Wales, the pubs were practically empty for most of the Christmas and New Year period because people didn’t have the money to spend after coughing up for presents and groceries and covering the normal day-to-day cost of living that has skyrocketed under the Tories.

I’m willing to bet that the new generation of sufferers are the richest people in society who could afford to go out. The evidence that the South East and London are the current Covid hotspots tends to support this.

If they are now spreading it to the rest of us, it will be because they are too stupid to realise they need to isolate themselves until they are better.

So much for private education, eh?

Source: Covid hotspots in UK confirmed after rise in JN.1 variant – 10 areas with most cases


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Anti-vaxxers angry after study shows jabs could have prevented 7,000 Covid hospital admissions and deaths

Research published in The Lancet shows that 7,180 hospital admissions and deaths could have been prevented if people had received all their Covid-19 vaccinations.

The study links gaps in vaccine coverage of younger people, men, those in areas of higher deprivation, and people of non-white ethnicity with hospitalisations and deaths.

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But when the size of the group failing to receive vaccinations is compared with the number of hospitalisations and deaths, there may be merit in anti-vaxxer anger at the findings.

Experts found that between a third and a half of people had not had the recommended number of Covid vaccinations and boosters by 1 June, 2022: almost 27 million people in England alone.

The study looking at the whole UK population warned that gaps in vaccine coverage drove 7,180 hospital admissions and deaths during the summer of 2022.

There has been a backlash on the social media:

For the sake of balance, let’s remind ourselves:

Source: Covid jabs could have prevented 7,180 summer hospital admissions and deaths, study shows | The Independent


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London Covid cases highest in the UK as JN.1 variant spreads | Evening Standard

Right after This Site publishes an article raising concerns about the effects of Long Covid, it seems incidents of the latest Covid-19 variant are on the rise in the UK…

London has the highest rate of Covid in England amid the rapid spread of the JN.1 variant, analysis revealed on Thursday.

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) estimate that around 6.1% of Londoners had the virus as of December 14, by far the highest proportion of any region.

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Prevalence in the capital is three times higher than a month ago, according to the UKHSA’s winter infection survey.

In a statement released on Wednesday, the WHO said they would continue to investigate the variant but that it carried no greater risk of death or hospitalisation.

JN.1 is a subvariant of Omicron, which became the dominant global variant of Covid in winter 2021. It has been found in countries across the world including China, the UK and the United States.

So, not likely to be fatal, then.

But what about those consequences of Long Covid?

Source: London Covid cases highest in the UK as JN.1 variant spreads | Evening Standard


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Are we ignoring the dangerous effects of Long Covid?

Rampant: the Covid-19 virus is once again on the loose across the UK because the Tories haven’t just lost control; they’ve deliberately thrown it away.

Apparently we should be concerned about excess mortality and declining life expectancy, in young people, that is attributable to Covid-19.

This is to do with Long Covid; apparently there may be a large number of youngsters disabled by Covid, or suffering vascular disease, or dying, in the months after suffering acute Covid.

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Here’s epidemiologist Colin Furness:

It’s an interesting question because This Writer doesn’t think it has been asked: what is Covid-19 doing to us now?

And will we be able to find out?


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Sunak flounders over WhatsApps and Eat Out To Help Out at Covid inquiry

Rishi Sunak at the Covid Inquiry: is that smirk Duper’s Delight?

Rishi Sunak, the UK’s current prime minister, made a dog’s dinner of his evidence on his Covid-19-boosting Eat Out To Help Out initiative in his first day in the hot seat at the Covid inquiry.

He also made himself look stupid over his failure to deliver WhatsApp messages that he should have kept, in order to make them available to the inquiry.

In the light of these failings, his apology – was it an apology? Or was it just an expression of sympathy to the families of people who have died of Covid? – fell flatter than a cowpat.

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The video evidence speaks for itself so I’ll just deliver what I’ve found and let you make up your own mind about it.

Here’s the apology:

This is what I could find about the WhatsApps:

Here’s the juice about Eat Out To Help Out:

Oh, and just for fun, here’s what Sunak had to say about lockdown:

Here’s the whole hearing, if you’ve got the stomach for it:

https://www.youtube.com/live/qzi4DDNi3Jk?si=Ygz-vMH2Ng0WClOO

Finally, let’s have some reaction. I apologise that this is from LBC:

For balance, here’s Phil Moorhouse and A Different Bias:

More will follow – inevitably.


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Matt Hancock and Boris Johnson LIED about community transmission of Covid-19 (EVIDENCE)

They really were lying: I never thought I’d get to use this image again.

Here’s some video evidence supporting what This Site said about Matt Hancock’s WhatsApp messages on Covid-19 testing in care homes during early 2020.

It shows both Hancock and then-prime minister Boris Johnson later denying that they knew anything about asymptomatic (the person with the disease didn’t have symptoms of it) transmission of Covid-19 at the time.

And then it demonstrates that both of them did know:

This supports what I said in my article – that they had been shown scientific evidence that people in care homes were being infected as early as February 2020 (in fact they received information from care homes about deaths there, as early as March 2) and simply ignored it.

Let’s hope this is picked up by the inquiry into the way the government handled the pandemic. We need to see major players in this fiasco receiving proportionate punishments.


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Hancock WhatsApps: he hid the life-threatening danger of ‘Eat Out to Help Out’

After he served up this little howler – and pushed up Covid-19 infections massively, Rishi Sunak became prime minister. Shouldn’t he – along with Matt Hancock and then-Cabinet Secretary Simon Case – be facing punishment for endangering the lives of many thousands of people?

Eat Out to Die Out, I called it.

The scheme by Rishi Sunak was introduced in July 2020 to get people to eat out. It provided vouchers supporting half the price of the meal – and was initially criticised because many people did not have enough spare cash to support paying for the other half.

But worse was to come when research by the University of Warwick published in December that year showed that the initiative was likely to blame for 17 per cent of infections – one in six outbreaks – between August and early September.

And now we know that Matt Hancock – Health Secretary at the time – knew about it and conspired with then-Cabinet Secretary Simon Case, and Sunak (who is now prime minister, remember) to hide it from us.

Because these then-ministers – and the then-Cabinet Secretary – hid the evidence, Eat Out To Help Out continued for several months and was only shown to have spread the virus much later, when it was too late to do anything about it.

Look at his WhatsApp messages from the summer of 2020:

News outlets like The Independent are reporting that Hancock ridiculed the scheme, calling it “Eat Out to Help The Virus Get About”.

Clearly the scheme should have been halted as soon as the concerns became apparent to Hancock. Instead he made a bad joke about it.

Who knows how many people died because they weren’t told about the danger? And shouldn’t Hancock, Case and Sunak be punished for allowing those deaths to happen?

Quick footnote: the BBC’s big story about the Hancock WhatsApps today is all about his reaction to the publication of a photo showing him kissing then-aide Gina Coladangelo.

Don’t we deserve better service from our public-service news provider? Is it because the BBC’s Chairman, Richard Sharp, is a Tory and a friend to Tories?


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Matt Hancock might think leaked WhatsApp messages will clear him – but he’s wrong

In a dark place: Matt Hancock.

I’m drawing your attention to the linked Independent editorial for all the wrong reasons: don’t believe it!

The author seems to think that the cache of Matt Hancock’s WhatsApp messages that was leaked to the press vindicates him because it shows he wanted everybody going to care homes to be tested for Covid-19, back in April 2020 and was only prevented from achieving this by a lack of tests.

It doesn’t, though. It shows that Hancock ignored scientific advice and this led to thousands of deaths. Scientists had been telling him that community transmission of the disease was already in care homes since February that year and he had done nothing. And who was responsible for the fact that the UK did not have enough testing kits if not the government?

Comments about his ambition for 100,000 tests to be processed every day are red herrings. He lied about reaching that goal, remember (by including kits that had been sent out but had not been processed).

The evidence suggests extreme failures of government when Hancock was Health Secretary. Don’t let these editorials muddy the waters (to borrow a phrase).

Source: Why Matt Hancock is convinced the leaked messages will vindicate him | The Independent


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Politically-connected broker made £17m from ‘VIP lane’ PPE contracts | Good Law Project

Yet more Tory corruption, it seems:

An investigation by Good Law Project has uncovered the huge profits made by Zoe Ley after she brokered a £250m PPE deal for Hong Kong-based Worldlink Resources – a firm who landed two huge contracts via the unlawful ‘VIP’ lane.

Ley, a former dog food vendor, incorporated a new company called ‘Life Partners Ltd’ at the start of the pandemic to broker PPE supplies. Documents published on Companies House reveal that Ley’s company made an eye-watering £17.6m net profit in its first year of trading.

We previously revealed that Worldlink Resources won their mammoth PPE contracts after being referred onto the VIP lane by former Cabinet Minister, Lord Agnew. The firm won two contracts:  a £178M deal to supply goggles awarded in June 2020 and a £80m contract, awarded in May 2020 to supply surgical gowns

Furthermore, documents obtained by Good Law Project uncovered serious questions about the usefulness of the PPE provided. Tens of millions of the goggles procured under the £178m deal could end up going to waste.

Zoe Ley partnered with former Conservative Party MP, Brooks Newmark, to lobby Matt Hancock and other ministers on behalf of Worldlink resources.

Newmark’s consultancy business which was dormant in the four years before the pandemic has seen a big change of fortune. Capital and reserves at ‘Brooks Newmark & Co’ have jumped from minus £2,318 up to £2.3m in 2021.

Source: REVEALED: Politically connected broker made £17m profit on ‘VIP’ PPE contracts – Good Law Project

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Partygate: Met Police Acting Commissioner pathetically tries to whitewash Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson: the prime minister is pictured participating in a party to mark the departure of Lee Cain from his Downing Street communications job – but according to Acting Met Police Commissioner Sir Stephen House, there is “no clear evidence” that he took part in the rampant Covid-19 rule-breaking there.

A police officer who witnessed “a large number of people” at a “crowded and noisy” party, where “some members of staff drank excessively” did not immediately take action over Covid-19 rule breaches because he was there for security and not to “police what goes on inside the building”, according to Met Police Acting Commissioner Sir Stephen House.

Have you ever read such nonsense? Police officers are sworn to uphold the law at all times, no matter what their stated duties are said to be. Would he have turned a blind eye to burglary, or rape, because he was assigned to “security”?

Apparently the same officer did not feel that a large number of drunken people in a crowded and noisy room breached Covid-19 regulations that strictly prohibited such social gatherings.

It’s no wonder this “acting” Commissioner’s other comments are also shockingly inadequate in the light of this.

House told the London Assembly’s Police and Crime Committee there was “no clear evidence” that Johnson had breached Covid-19 rules many times in Downing Street, despite the very clear photographic evidence of him participating in a party to mark the departure of Lee Cain from Downing Street on November 13, 2020.

This was not a “works gathering”. Far too many people were present and they were socialising and drinking alcohol – as was the prime minister, who gave a speech. The amount of time he spent there was immaterial because the rules in place at the time prohibited all such social events from taking place at all.

At least one attendee was fined for being at this event but there was “no clear evidence” that Boris Johnson was there or took part, according to House.

House also suggested that it was difficult for his officers to work out which gatherings were work-related and which were not. How daft! If alcoholic drinks were visible in the room, then they weren’t work-related. And in any case, if the room was packed with people, meaning they were not at least 2m away from each other in accordance with social distancing rules, they were breaking the law.

House said he was personally involved in the decision-making and was confident in the outcome of the police investigation. That should be enough for us to demand that he surrender his badge.

Is he selling us down the river so he can gain the favour of the top Tories?

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