Off Topic Tier 2 then Tier 4 then Tier 3 then lockdown now Step 1 from 29 March

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  1. DMD

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    It's only a rough benchmark anyway, as there are other factors that they consider. Some in lower tiers have higher figures than those with tighter lockdowns.
     
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    They seem to want to avoid lots of adjacent areas being in different tiers so there'll be loads of anomalies.

    edit: Where I live we're at 65/100,000 but still in tier 2.
     
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    Average for the UK for the same 7 days as those places above is 175/100k so we’re still just over double that.

    I think they’re being purposely more strict than the numbers dictate because of the 5 days they’re allowing at Christmas of household mixing.

    City of London is 144/100k and that’s tier 2. There are places lower than this that are tier 3 but that’s because their near to places with higher cases and they seem to be grouping regions together.

    On the 16th, if we are lower than 150/100k (and we easily could be if we keep decreasing as we are), and those nearest to us are low too, there’ll be a better chance of moving to Tier 2, like Liverpool did (who are also currently below 150/100k).
     
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    Going to be a difficult tie at Thanet, but if we can get a result against Swale we might go up on mortality rate.
     
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    Very possibly , My numbers were the upper limit on infections but yes the general would be lower
     
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    The testing of the students next week is liable to generate a jump in the number of 'cases', so the drop may not be as steep for the next couple of weeks.
     
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    Hadn’t student cases been getting added to where their home address is rather than their student address? I’m sure that’s what was reported not long ago. Another mess up.
     
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    That I don't know, but presumably that would sort of balance itself out nationally?
     
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    I’d doubt it. Some cities will have had more students going to uni than others so potentially a wider spread and potentially more of their students infected elsewhere and added to their figures back home. Just hypothetical but wouldn’t surprise me.
     
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    I've has a skim around, and it's only from a selection of news articles, but it seems the glitch was with PHE data, and has now been corrected, so Hull Uni students will count in Hull's figures. Presumably that's drilled down to the campus/halls of residence.
     
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    England's new Covid tier system has a "sunset" expiry date of 3 February, Boris Johnson has told his MPs in a bid to prevent a Commons rebellion.


    In a letter to his MPs, the PM said rules could be eased in December, MPs could vote again in January, and the tier system could end in February.


    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-55118467
     
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    According to the data at coronavirus.data.gov.uk, the infection rate for week-ending Nov 28th was 55.3/100,000 where I live (South Cambs). We are a Tier 2 area.
     
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    Good job he’s developed such a trustworthy image that they’ll all believe him...
     
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    Down another 3 places to 8th and still sliding...
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    Apparently that's with an increase of around 25,000 (1.2%) in testing too.

    Just reading a few bits, and the government are putting the responsibility to the local Heads of Public Health. ERYC will be looking to drop at least one level, and on those figures we should be going with them. The other factors tend to be hospital space, which given we share that, if it counts for ERYC, surely it counts for Hull.
     
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    Sophie Scholl was a German student and anti-Nazi political activist, active within the White Rose non-violent resistance group in Nazi Germany.

    She was convicted of high treason after having been found distributing anti-war leaflets at the University of Munich (LMU) with her brother, Hans. As a result, she was executed by guillotine.

    The guy that walks up is the security guard handing in his vest. Her reaction says a lot.

     
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    How does the government decide which areas of England will go into which Tier?

    Five criteria. (This is the primary assessment, other factors will be considered too)
    • case detection rates in all age groups,
    • case detection rates in the over 60s,
    • the rate at which cases are rising or falling,
    • positivity rate (the number of positive cases detected as a percentage of tests taken),
    • pressure on the NHS.
    The government also takes account of whether there’s been a change in any of the indicators.

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    https://www.channel4.com/news/factc...de-which-areas-of-england-go-into-which-tiers
     
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    Falling faster than a post-lockdown, Jarrod Bowen-less Hull City in the Championship.

    Down 3 more places from yesterday.
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    Don’t know if people are aware but Chazz has had it.
     
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