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11 minutes ago, AcousticallyChallenged said:

So, just looking at hospitalisation figures, on Thursday's snapshot there were 5. On Friday's snapshot, 6, an increase of 1, as the dashboard handily highlights. This figure fell back to 5 today, per the dashboard.

So, unless they're all getting better very quickly, we can extrapolate that it could well be the very same people.

You can extrapolate all you want.

People are giving you the answers but you don’t want to hear them.

Clue, they ARE all getting better very quickly because lots of them are in for completely none COVID reasons.

5 people in on one day and 6 people the next could well mean all five from day one went home and five new ones came in.

They need to provide more detail

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2 minutes ago, Ramseyboi said:

You can extrapolate all you want.

People are giving you the answers but you don’t want to hear them.

Clue, they ARE all getting better very quickly because lots of them are in for completely none COVID reasons.

5 people in on one day and 6 people the next could well mean all five from day one went home and five new ones came in.

They need to provide more detail

An obvious question would be do they send people home while they're still testing positive?

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13 minutes ago, Itsmeee said:

Where is this Meat world of which you speak?

I meant real physical people I know in person in the real world. Half MF, Manx Twitter are anonymous.

Why does MF have the social media style "likes" button? The point of forums is credibility is based on the content, not number of followers you have or number of "likes" etc. The social media thing sort of OK, but you end up at the lowest common denominator, whether or not that has any value.

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Just now, HeliX said:

An obvious question would be do they send people home while they're still testing positive?

Yes.  If they no longer need to be in hospital because their foot is better then why wouldn’t they?

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Just now, HeliX said:

An obvious question would be do they send people home while they're still testing positive?

If they don’t require hospitalisation, and have somewhere to be discharged to, why wouldn’t they.

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7 minutes ago, Ramseyboi said:

You can extrapolate all you want.

People are giving you the answers but you don’t want to hear them.

Clue, they ARE all getting better very quickly because lots of them are in for completely none COVID reasons.

5 people in on one day and 6 people the next could well mean all five from day one went home and five new ones came in.

They need to provide more detail

The Health Minister confirmed on Thursday, as did a doctor that all the cases in then were in due to COVID.

Your 'answers' are based on conjecture, extrapolation and Manx whispers. You could always email the minister, he's said to reply promptly.

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16 minutes ago, AcousticallyChallenged said:

The Health Minister confirmed on Thursday, as did a doctor that all the cases in then were in due to COVID.

Your 'answers' are based on conjecture, extrapolation and Manx whispers. You could always email the minister, he's said to reply promptly.

I said Thursday was a long time ago and that I knew nothing about Thursday.

It might have been accurate then but it isn’t now, as confirmed by others on here.

You believe what you want to believe but if you think all cases in hospital are purely because of COVID then you need to give your head a wobble and speak to more people.  Like the patients, their family, and the people treating them.

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33 minutes ago, John Wright said:

If they don’t require hospitalisation, and have somewhere to be discharged to, why wouldn’t they.

It was the logistics I was thinking of really - how do they get home without being in close contact with others?

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1 minute ago, HeliX said:

It was the logistics I was thinking of really - how do they get home without being in close contact with others?

Doesn't matter.  If my Mrs was positive I can sleep in a bed with her then get on the bus in the morning so it’s a none issue

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4 minutes ago, Ramseyboi said:

Doesn't matter.  If my Mrs was positive I can sleep in a bed with her then get on the bus in the morning so it’s a none issue

But she can't get on the bus, and she's analogous to the patient.

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7 hours ago, Hugh G Rection said:

Currently seeking permission to move wrighty and BenFairfax to their own thread "COVID discussed needlessly complicated for the IOM situation with stupid numbers and forecasts" because to be completely honest I. AM. FUCKING. BORED. 

More so Fairfax boring me rather than wrighty, as he makes some fantastic points regularly. 

This Fairfax kid speaks extremely clever when it comes to numbers. But then when he tries to make a point using...you know...WORDS AND LITERACY. He sounds like an absolute plantpot. 

I don't mind wrighty at all. OK he's not laugh a minutes but hey.....everything is relative. 

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