Perspective: Increase in daily Covid-19 Cases is LOWER than Increase in daily Covid-19 Tests

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The British mainstream media is focused on stirring up more fear-mongering by drawing attention to the number of Covid-19 infections being reported, however, they have failed to mention that the number of tests per day has increased drastically, thus pushing up case numbers.

In the past month, the number of virus tests conducted has risen from 1,014,359 on the 29th of November, 2021, to 1,582,378 on 23rd December. The data covers all tests conducted including positive, negative and void tests. Overall, there has been a 56% increase in the number of tests being conducted within a month.

Keeping this information in mind, the number of infections have also increased during this timeframe from a reported 55,062 cases on the 29th November 2021, to 81,538 cases on the 19th December (the most up to date day so far this month). This means that within a month there have been 26,476 more cases of covid-19 suddenly reported – or a 48% increase in infections.

Whilst it appears to many that there has been a sudden spike in infections – or another outbreak – there has not really been much of an increase at all. In reality, the sudden rise in cases is due to an increase in mass testing. 500,000 more tests being conducted per day has, in turn, led to just under a 30,000 increase in reported positive results for Covid-19.

Of course, the government and mainstream media won’t tell you the real reasoning behind the “statistics” or why cases are suddenly spiking. Instead, they’ll warn you of the Omicron variant and use the increase in cases as a reason to push out more booster vaccine propaganda and use it all as a reason to lockdown the UK and restrict our freedoms even further.

It doesn’t take a mathematician or genius to realise that this isn’t about our health, it’s about control.

https://dailyexpose.uk/2021/12/30/increase-in-cases-lower-than-increase-in-testing/

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