67 New #Covid Cases in Orkney Since Friday

The cumulative total of Covid cases in Orkney is now at 4,506.

Saturday 19th March: 18 new cases, cumulative total 4,457

Sunday 20th March: 25 new cases, cumulative total 4,482

Sunday 21st March: 24 new cases, cumulative total 4,506

From 9th to 15th of March there were 264 new positive Covid cases recorded in Orkney

The stats for Scotland published on 21st of March 2022 are as follows:

  • 9,533 new cases of COVID-19 reported
  • 0 new reported deaths of people who have tested positive (noting that Register Offices are generally closed at weekends)
  • 31 people were in intensive care yesterday with recently confirmed COVID-19
  • 2,128 people were in hospital yesterday with recently confirmed COVID-19
  • 4,449,246 people have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccination, 4,175,197 have received their second dose, and 3,476,291 have received a third dose or booster

From mid-April 2022,  the Scottish Government website will not be providing the Covid statistics it has been on its website – just links of where you can source it. Anyone seeking that information will have to go to Public Health Scotland’s (PHS) COVID-19 Daily Dashboard.

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  1. Almost every Monday the government can report 0 deaths. Given that most registrars offices are closed over the weekend, the (not in the headlines published) number of 28 deaths over the weekend (which are only published in the excel files) suggest that either some registrars are working or that these are catch-up numbers not published previously.
    Are those the ‘forgotten’ deaths, the ones most media, who simply and hastily refer to the government’s headlines, just overlook?

    The government’s publishing of relevant data should follow a more sensible, correct and accurate approach. Since our government does in fact collect all the data, it would be a 2 minute job to enter the ‘over the weekend’ figures into the headlines. They still do it manually… which is odd anyway… have they never heard of data interfaces?

    • “the ‘forgotten’ deaths” – what a chilling thought that is.

      I’m afraid there are far too many of them – the numbers that have died since March 2020 appear to be being forgotten.

      And……the fact that the Prime Minister of Britain ( a misnomer if ever there was one) and his cronies were having parties while the general public were not allowed to attend funerals for their dead. That appears to be being conveniently forgotten – or over-ridden by other ‘news’ – too.

      He’s still there, in power, meeting with others in power.


      “Uncertainty is the new certainty
      Displacement is the new stability
      And language’s ability
      To comprehend
      Is starting to bend and crack.”

      Ian McMillan

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