Looking at the deaths per day graph we get figures such as
April 5: 623
April 6: 1258
April 7: 1233
April 8: 1433
April 9: 1615
So, while the actual figures didn't double from 623 to 1258 we did see an increase from 439 DoH figures (Dept of Health) to 758 for April 6. An increase of 319 rather than the 635 they predicted.
Also, the actual figure (i.e. not projected - note how there's no asterisk) they give for April 5 is 623 whereas the figures given us by the Dept of Health were 439. Why the discrepancy?
Not sure where they are getting their figures from - and I'm talking about the actual ones. I don't trust the gov.
Be interesting to see what happens when/if they update that graph today. If they put in the figures we got yesterday that should change things for the better. We'll see.