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If + covid patients discharged to care homes don't spread the virus, why must we socially distance?

Updated: Jul 17, 2021

Sturgeon is at it again.

This woman thinks she can lie through her teeth to us all, and by simply using clever language get away with telling a pack of lies.

She must think that public heads are all buttoned up at the back.

Quoting from the PHS report at her daily briefing Ms Sturgeon said, "The analysis does not find statistical evidence that hospital discharges of any kind were associated with care home outbreaks."

What codswallop. Note the use of the term "statistical", meant to fool us all. What this really means is that there is direct evidence that infected hospital patients did spread the virus within care homes (just ask anyone who lost a loved one), but that she has found some clever statistical procedure to hide behind, one that probably said something like " there is no significant correlation between admissions and increased death".

As the recently passed former football manager of Aberdeen FC, Ebbe Skovdahl, once said, "Statistics are like mini-skirts, they give you good ideas but hide the important things".

It is absolutely outrageous that Sturgeon would try to alleviate herself of any blame by stating that Covid infected patients did not infect others within those care homes.

If it is truly the case that this did not happen, then there is simply no point in any social isolating taking place in the public realm, and we might as well all go back to normal living.

You can't have it both ways Sturgeon. The virus can't be non-infectious some of the time, and highly infectious at other times.

This woman would tell you the moon was hot and the sun cold if it somehow suited her political purpose.

Do the decent thing you fake, and resign.


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