Another rise in the number of confirmed Isle of Wight Coronavirus cases

More cases have been confirmed in the last 24 hours on the Isle of Wight. Details within

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There have been three more confirmed cases of Coronavirus (Covid-19) on the Isle of Wight in the last 24 hours.

From Tuesday 8th to Tuesday 15th September the number of confirmed Coronavirus (Covid-19) cases on the Isle of Wight increased by nine, a rate per 100,000 population of 6.38.

This brings the cumulative total to 449, a rate per 100,000 population of 316.7.

Source: Covid dashboard – click on cases and page down to UTLA to search for Wight

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Wednesday, 16th September, 2020 7:32am

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andy

It’s been reported in today’s national media that people are unable to book appointments online due to computer ‘glitches’.

Didn’t Dido Harding, head of the UK’s Test and Trace programme, leave her post as CEO of TalkTalk because ‘computer glitches’?

uosf9

Correct Andy and where has she been now all the brown stuff’s hitting the fan?

longford

Apparently someone living in Twickenham went online to book a test and put in a Scottish post code and was offered a test in Twickenham, which begs the question, is this a ‘computer glitch’, or a deliberate means of discouraging people from being able to acquire a test in their locality because the system currently can’t cope with demand.

Fenders

To be totally honest the way this government has been handling the covid pandemic is one giant sh!t show. (Apologies for the language)

kerry

The computer says NO.

Get use it it, there is much more of it winging its way in our NHS

Jenny Smart

I am very surprised supermarkets haven’t reintroduced their socially distancing one way system measures again.

Alternative Perspective
A few weeks ago we were informed it was youngsters who were becoming infected, now, surprise, surprise we are told it is 40/50 year olds who are seeing rising levels of infection, parents of these youngsters I would guess. With the current rule of 6 doing nothing to stop the 40/50 infection group mixing with their parents, I expect in a few weeks time will see infection… Read more »
Colin

It was Trump who first mentioned that testing too many people was causing the figures to rise (or something similar); surely our government isn’t thinking that too…

Probably not though; they are just incompetent. It has been suggested that the trainee medics staffing some of the labs during their summer break have gone back to their training establishments. Who would have thought?

alaniow

According to the W.H.O covid has infected less than 20% of the worlds population
So it still has a long long way to go before we get it anywhere near under control.
Should a vaccine be developed by January or February it will still be the end of 2021 before the average person in the UK could be vaccinated.

Spartacus

Its not surprising given that tourists are flooding into the Island all because of business and profit, it’s pathetic. We are heading towards another national lockdown so will have gained nothing, get real and face reality health and well being is the priority it has to be or we won’t have any economy.

Angela Hewitt

Colin – the figure are rising but because a majority of the population share Trumps mentality

uosf9
The Baroness was in front of some committee or other at Westminster today,17th,and gave her usual dire performance-I wonder why she’s still in the job. I am reminded of a quote of Mr Ian Smith of Rhodesia- a government so bloated with arrogance that they believe they know the answer to every problem,but if chaos and disaster ensue,they look the other way. He was describing the UK,US,SA… Read more »