The Guardian took a snapshot of US deaths the day before yesterday, and declared that these showed the 'highest number of deaths from coronavirus in a single day since mid-May'.
Which is fine, except that yesterday, just four (4) people died of it there.
In India there were 31 deaths, in Pakistan 10, in Israel 4, Oman 12, Belgium 15....in Sweden 5, in Belarus 3 and the Netherlands 2.
The Daily Telegraph is emerging as Britain's only full-on MSM doubter of the advice given to the Government about the strategy for dealing with Covid19. Ross Clark, Jeremy Warner, Allister Heath, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard and now Sarah Knapton have posted about data irregularities, unnecessary economic ruin and 'mind boggling incompetence'. involved.
Public Health England has officially admitted that the figures it gave for Covid 19 deaths 'are probably at least 10% higher than the reality". Better late than never, but too little too late....
Yesterday, the true extent of the problem emerged when PHE published a report showing that 3,664 people who had been included in 40,160 English coronavirus deaths did not have Covid-19 on their death certificate.
If you want a full record of Covid doubt going back to last April, it's here.