Although the balance sheets presented on Tuesday, when unrecorded deaths are renewed from the weekend, are usually the highest in the week, it is the third Tuesday in a row with a significant increase from the previous one. The current balance sheet is 30 percent higher than last week and 70 percent higher than it was two weeks ago.
This means that this is clearly the worst day-to-day balance during the ongoing third wave of the epidemic in Great Britain. In the past seven days, 1,131 deaths from COVID-19 were recorded, down 15.2%. More than the previous seven.
Lowest number of injuries since October
In contrast, the number of infections detected is the lowest since October 3. There was also a clear drop in the weekly terms. In the past seven days, approximately 280,5 thousand people have been discovered. That is, by 10.4%. Less than the previous seven.
Since the beginning of the epidemic, 9.13 million cases of coronavirus have been reported in the United Kingdom, resulting in 140,964 deaths. The country ranks fourth globally in terms of the number of detected infections, and eighth in terms of deaths.
UK Vaccination Balance
It was also reported on Tuesday that the number of people who received at least the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine exceeded 50 million, or 87 percent. Population over 12 years old. The second dose was taken by 45.7 million people, or 79.5%. People over 12 years old, and the third, the so-called booster dose – 8.36 million.
People who have been fully vaccinated in the UK or in one of the countries listed in private menuYou do not need to be in a home quarantine for 10 days upon arrival to the islands.
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