Covid-19 Risk Assessment Week Ending 11th October 2021

The risk of meeting an infected person while you are out and about in the Bucks community has RISEN AGAIN for the fourth week in a row (to 10 October) and is still VERY HIGH. The number of patients in local hospitals with Covid-19 is also slightly HIGHER. The pandemic in Bucks is steadily getting WORSE and so we continue to urge everyone to stay extremely ‘Covid-Careful’, and to keep themselves and their loved ones safe. Read on for more details.

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Covid-19 Risk Assessment Week Ending 4th October 2021

The risk of meeting an infected person while you are out and about in the Bucks community is SLIGHTLY HIGHER than last week (to 4 October) – still VERY HIGH. The number of patients in local hospitals with Covid-19 is slightly LOWER, though STILL HIGH. The pandemic in Bucks is NOT getting any better and so we continue to urge everyone to stay extremely ‘Covid-Careful’, and to keep themselves and their loved ones safe. Read on for more details. 

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Risk Post Statistical Methods Explanation

The BuDS Weekly Risk Assessment posts have been an integral part of our response to Covid-19 for over a year. To remain as transparent as possible, the Covid-19 statistics team have prepared the following summary of how we form the figures and conclusions described in the posts. We hope this will give a better understanding of how our numbers are reached.

BuDS’ Covid-19 research team is made up of qualified professional people including a statistician and a clinical epidemiologist. We take very great care to make sure that we only provide you with fact-checked, accurate information. The end of this article has links to all the sources that we use to get this data. If you have any further questions, please contact us using the information at the end of the article and we will be happy to explain more.

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