70% Of London’s COVID Hospitalisations Diagnosed AFTER Being Admitted For Other Ailments

70 per cent of London’s COVID hospitalisations were diagnosed after the patient had already been admitted for other ailments, it has been revealed.

The figure is important because a so-called ‘surge’ in London hospitalisations for COVID is being used as a justification to lobby for further lockdown restrictions on the British public.

However, as Telegraph journalist Allison Pearson reveals, much of the panic is being driven by cases being counted as COVID despite the patient being admitted for other reasons.

“Astonishing fact. 70% of London’s so-called ‘COVID hospitalizations’ are diagnosed several days after admission for other ailments,” she tweeted.

“They are NOT COVID patients. A positive test 8 days after admission means the hospital basically gave the patient COVID.” READ MORE