HALF of All 'Covid' Patients Were Admitted for Unrelated illness PHE Report Shows


The Latest PHE report admits that as many of half of all patients going into hospital only test positive for COVID after being admitted for an unrelated illness.


Hospital numbers, along with 'cases' have become the key metric for ministers and SAGE, with the technocrats threatening to introduce masks, vaccine passports and lockdowns when the figures go past an arbitrary number. The difference between the ‘official’ figure and the real ones shows that they are still 'fixing' the data to push the pandemic narrative.


There is another layer of deception on top of this one making even the 'half' figure likely to be fake. Patients counted as Covid by the NHS receive the diagnosis by PCR test, which their labs routinely 'dial up' to 36 or even 42 cycles (from 24) meaning a false positive is the likely outcome.


Since June the NHS have separated those it thinks are actual covid cases from those who just test positive after arriving at hospital for another reason. Those who test positive but are in hospital for other reasons are referred to as 'incidental cases' and are only picked up because of routine swabbing with dialed-up PCR tests, but none of this is reported, the Government, along with the media, only ever report the overall number creating the illusion of a crisis in the NHS. But even if you took all 'cases' as being patients seriously ill from Covid they still only account for 3% of NHS beds.


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Government to Impose Firebreak LOCKDOWN in October by 'Fixing' the Hospital Data

Pandemic not over until SAGE say so.


The Government have drawn up secret plans for an October ‘firebreak’ lockdown and will 'fix' the numbers to do it.


New Lockdowns are coming, in a matter of weeks with SAGE using the same cheap tricks to justify them as they did last year. The government have decided that if hospitalisations continue at their current level, and threaten to overload the NHS, that they will impose a 'firebrake' lockdown in October a senior Government scientist has told iNews. But Vision News has learned that SAGE will 'fix' the numbers, in exactly the same way they did for lockdowns last year, to make this happen.


The member of the Government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) said "the UK is about to enter 'an extended peak' of infections and hospitalisations, which are in danger of pushing the NHS beyond breaking point and could force the Government to re-introduce restrictions over the school half term period at the end of next month." reports iNews, adding “This is essentially the precautionary break that SAGE suggested last year,”


The SAGE source claimed “It would be sensible to have contingency plans, and if a lockdown is required, to time it so that it has minimal economic and societal impact.”