The United States and the United Kingdom are coming Breaks records for new Govt-19 cases. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) the “tsunami” of Ômicron infections over the past seven days has increased the pressure on health systems, which are “on the verge of collapse”.
According to experts, delta types and mainly Ômicron are causing a new wave of infections.
According to The New York Times, the average number of seven-day moving cases in the United States reached 267,000 on Wednesday 29th. The United Kingdom added 183,000 new infections in 24 hours – nationwide, 90% of those who did not take the booster dose.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Ômicron delta variation has been reversed in just a few weeks and represents 96.3% of new cases in the country’s three northwestern states (Oregon, Washington and Idaho).
In the UK, the situation is recurring. In Scotland, for example, 15,849 new trials were reported positively for Kovit in 24 hours, the highest daily number since the onset of the epidemic, breaking the previous record of 11,030 set on December 26.
The UK daily number also hit a record 138,287 cases on Wednesday, up from 117,093 on Tuesday.
With the registration of new cases, hospital admissions also increase. There are an average of 71,000 people a day in the United States. Mortality is also on the rise, with a daily average of 1,243 – as of January 26, 3,342 deaths were reported in the country, the highest ever.
Micron variation is faster than vaccinated ones, including delta. In the UK, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said 9 out of 10 ICUs infected with Govt disease did not take the booster dose of the vaccine, urging people to take the booster dose before the New Year.
Due to the increase in cases and hospitalizations, the UK has launched a new campaign to promote the vaccine. The goal is to provide reinforcement to full-grown people by the end of this year – officials say. In the United States, President Joe Biden’s government is also seeking to accelerate further measures. So far, 32.7% of people have received a booster.
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