According to official data, the number of positive cases of the disease has dropped by 34 percent compared to last week, while hospital admissions and deaths have dropped by 24 percent and 41 percent, respectively.
All this shows is the link between cases that could not be broken before vaccinations began to break out, hospitalization and death, Hancock said during a televised news conference.
As part of the immunization campaign that began last December, two-fifths of the UK’s adult population – 20.9 million people have already received the first dose, more than a million of whom have completed treatment, the official said. Injection.
The government’s plan is that by July 31, everyone over the age of 18 in the country will have the opportunity to be vaccinated against Govt-19.
Hancock confirmed this Friday that health officials have found a sixth person who tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 variant of the corona virus identified in Brazil and have been wanted since last week.
The minister, who did not provide contact information when the Govt-19 test arrived in the country, was based in Croydon, south London, the minister said, adding that there was no evidence that he had been infected. He was kept from leaving his house.
Scientists fear that the strain, found in the Brazilian city of Manaus, is not only more contagious than the original virus, but also resistant to vaccines that have been developed so far.
Identified species are also on the rise in the United Kingdom, the UK and South Africa, with more than 4.2 million positive cases for Covid-19 and 124 deaths.
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