If 75% are in support of the government, wouldn't they be downloading the App out of pure fear and support?
Apparently, shopping at Argos and moving house is as important, according to App downloads on Android.
Each of these apps has been downloaded between 5 and 10 million times.
More than 10,000 patients caught Covid-19 while being treated in hospital
A Telegraph investigation has disclosed that since August, more than 16pc of people treated for coronavirus in hospital acquired it there
Over 45,000 health professionals and 610,000 concerned citizens have signed so far...
"As infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19 policies, and recommend an approach we call Focused Protection."
25th October 2020
Tom Jefferson and Carl Heneghan
The ten worst Covid data failures
Throughout the pandemic, the government and its scientific advisers have made constant predictions, projections and illustrations regarding the behaviour of Covid-19. Their figures are never revisited as the Covid narrative unfolds, which means we are not given an idea of the error margin.
Inside a coronavirus test lab
26th November 2020
Meet two scientists from the UK’s Covid-19 megalab, working around the clock to test the public
8th October 2020
WHO. "We do not recommend Lockdowns!"
Professor David Nabarro
Start at 6 minutes. Hear the WHO say "We do not advocate lockdowns as the primary means of controlling the virus!"
"We appeal to World Leaders NOT to use lockdowns as your primary control measure!"
CEBM Oxford University
Probable healthcare associated infections in England
Recent days have seen an apparent rise in the proportion of patients newly admitted in hospital with COVID-19 that represent probable healthcare-associated infections (HCAIs), with these comprising 18% of all new hospital cases on 6 October. This is most apparent in the North West of England, where HCAIs made up 24% of all patients on this date.
12th November 2020
Professor Tim Spector
"We locked down unnecessarily"
31st October 2020
Professor Tim Spector
UK COVID cases not surging before LD2.0
Back to Normal - SAVE LIVES
We are group of friends, acquantancies and concerned citizens worried about the effects of Lockdowns. Can you help?