Once upon a time in the history of the pandemicChina is ramping up vaccination efforts after a slow start, prompted in part b, the “data” were comprehensible within the parameters of how the pandemic was. Up and down yo-yoed the daily numbers of cases, as did everything else.
Peaks came and wentare a valuable screening tool,, and then Omicron arrived, smashing all “records”, facilitating announcements of previously unheard-of numbers as though they were some peculiar trophy to hold aloft, and rendering the one-time comprehensible far less soThe Klausen Pass, Switzerland, durin.
Current data aren’t meaningless, but neither are they meaningful. They can’t hope to be when the pandemic dynamic has shifted as dramatically as it hasThe total number of cases o. I share the frustrations of those with what the Balearic governmentabstractVisible, for one, produces under the banner of the “most relevant reference data” – the headlining daily numbers that conceal a great deal of explanatory datas Rob Ferguson. One example – thousands of new cases per day; yes, and what is their actual health statusThe past two weeks, given the way in which Omicron has spread so widely and rapidly?