Nope... sorry mate!
Replying to @jhnhellstrom
Sadly we are only a week away from when people who got infected during week 33 (when schools opened in most Swedish cities) will start dying.
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Replying to @jhnhellstrom
Thank god that healthcare has become better at saving patients. But I wouldn't neccesarily call a 78% increase of the number of covid ICU patients nor the that decisions of palliative care for people with covid/suspected covid for ages 75+ being already 50% higher than all...

6:30 PM · Sep 14, 2021

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... of august according to Svenska palliativregistret a success. Would you?
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But this is a steady increase in no. from the 17th of Aug and if the schools would cause a major risk you would have seen an abnormal trendline somewhere on you graph. A trend that was pre consistent before the school start.
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Or you could just admit that you were wrong and move on.
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I'm just stating the facts.
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ICU peaked at 58 on September 8. 48 today. Personally, I believe we're on a rising trend overall, but that 78% number is pure cherrypicking of the start and end point of the interval.
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That was the latest numbers from ourworldindata. Still 48 makes about a 56% increase in less than a month. Fingers crossed that it won't get as bad as in eg Florida here in a few months.
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Replying to @swede1001
So if I understand you correctly have we developed new groundbreaking intensive care management after your post. I would be happy if you could specify the changes in the existing antiviral treatment protocol that have improved in the way you describe.
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