Dr Joe Pajak

Dr Joe Pajak

Total 94 Posts
  • UK.
European citizen born in Cambridge. Prof. experience applied scientific R&D, director of children’s charity, disability charity trustee, gov. of NHS hospitals. Equality, diversity, & prof. standards.

UK COVID-19 Data: 18 February 2021.

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Another 454 deaths in the last 24 hours – a further reminder of just how fragile the situation is; while 24,807 people have now sadly lost their lives because of the coronavirus in just 28 days – an average of 886 deaths every day, Dr Joe Pajak writes.

UK COVID-19 Data: 17 February 2021.

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Another 738 deaths in the last 24 hours – a sad reminder of how extremely fragile the situation is; while 25,643 people have now sadly lost their lives because of the coronavirus in just 28 days – an average of 916 deaths every day, Dr Joe Pajak writes.

The week in Covid-19.

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We look back at last week’s coronavirus situation in the UK, talks of allowing a tsunami of Covid infection as the country reopens, concerns with the new variants, double-masking, and more...

UK COVID-19 Data: 16 February 2021.

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Another 799 deaths in the last 24 hours – a sad reminder of how fragile the situation is; while 26,725 people have now sadly lost their lives because of the coronavirus in just 28 days – an average of 954 deaths every day, Dr Joe Pajak writes.

UK COVID-19 Data: 15 February 2021.

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Another 230 deaths in the last 24 hours – a significant fall, even though such a decrease is usual at the weekend. 27,536 people have now sadly lost their lives because of the coronavirus in just 28 days – an average of 983 deaths a day, Dr Joe Pajak writes.

UK COVID-19 Data: 14 February 2021.

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Trends continue downwards with another 258 deaths in the last 24 hours – a significant fall. However, that is still 27,905 people who have now sadly lost their lives because of the coronavirus in just 28 days, Dr Joe Pajak writes.

UK COVID-19 Data: 13 February 2021.

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Trends continue downwards with another 621 deaths in the last 24 hours – however, that is still 28,318 people who have now sadly lost their lives because of the coronavirus in just 28 days, Dr Joe Pajak writes.
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