Coronavirus – Britain: Negative record with 53,945 new cases in 24 hours

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THE Britain recorded 53,945 new cases coronavirus today, the highest daily number since July 17, according to government data that came to light, as the prevailing Delta mutation it is still spreading.

Cases increased by 2,8% in the last seven days compared to a week ago, although deaths have fallen 3% for the same period, reports Reuters.

According to APE BPE, the authorities also announced additional 141 deaths due to coronavirus, a number reduced compared to them 171 dead the day before.

According to the British Health and Safety Authority (UKHSA), the number of cases is higher in ages 5-9 years, proof that cases have risen again in schools, after their fall, after school breaks in the middle of the quarter, a month ago.

The cases are lower to over 80 years.

Concern for Omicron

“It simply came to our notice then Omicron mutation emerging, the Delta variant continues to circulate at high levels in all age groups, “said Steven Riley, Director of Data at UKHSA.

The Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who made today souvenir dose of the vaccine, seems willing to spend the winter relying mainly on these booster doses rather than lockdowns.

However, it restored its mandatory use mask in shops and public transport due to concern about the variant that first appeared in South Africa and which has now alerted the whole of Europe.

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