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There is an increasing discrepancy between the overall UK number of cases (including UK Gov Regional Testing Centres) and the total of the four UK nations as reported on the UK government daily dashboard:

https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/#category=nations&map=rate

On 15 June this was reported as 296857 as against 192636, a difference of 104221, or 35% of the total number of cases.

This discrepancy has been increasing steadily. From 01 to 14 June, the total figures for that period are as follows:

England 4898 23%
Scotland 355 2%
Wales 747 4%
N Ireland 132 1%
Uk Gov RTCs 14991 71%
Total 21123 100%

On 14 June the daily discrepancy had increased yet again with 76% of cases not being included in the national totals:

England 292 19%
Scotland 25 2%
Wales 39 3%
N Ireland 7 0%
Uk Gov RTCs 1151 76%
Total 1514 100%

This is a huge discrepancy - why is nobody talking about it?

Suggested by: Frank MacMaster Upvoted: 18 Jun Comments: 0

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