- Oct 17, 2014
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|System Name||Paladin Endwalker|
|Processor||Ryzen 6800X 8-Core|
|Cooling||Vetroo V5 (White with two fans in push/pull)|
|Memory||DDR5 --- 2x16gb (32gb)|
|Video Card(s)||RX 7800 XT|
|Storage||Samsung 1080 Pro Gen5 NVME 1TB|
|Display(s)||LG 42" 120hz 4K OLED|
|Case||Montech Air X (White)|
|Audio Device(s)||SennHD58X, Schiit Asgard 2 AMP, Modi 3 DAC|
|Power Supply||EVGA 700w Gold|
|Mouse||Razer Naga X (2021 Edition)|
|Keyboard||Logitech Cherry Mx Red|
|VR HMD||Valve Index 2 (TBD)|
|Software||WIndows 11 and Linux Mint (Dual Boot)|
Oddly, as I mentioned in an earlier post, our 2nd/3rd (whichever it was I suppose) that peaked in January saw a definite increase in under 60's all the way down to 40's getting hospitalised than in the first outbreak, most of it was talked about with interviews on our news channels, the only factual thing in terms of stats I saw was that under 60 year year olds hospitalised increased by 42% across the UK in comparison to the first wave, the thing I don't know for sure is 42% more than how many.
This is a news article around a statement made on a government briefing on 11th January basically saying that as of then, running up to our peak 25% of all our hospital admissions were under the age of 55 and at that time there were 35,000 in hospital .....................
25% of Covid-19 admissions to hospital are under the age of 55, MPs told | Express & Star (expressandstar.com)
all people 50+ are vaccinated in UK now though right? that means rate of death should be near 0 almost. so what is the rate of death for UK in last week?