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Although cases of coronavirus are still very low in Hungary at the moment, overall data in Europe shows that the decline in May and June was followed by an increase in July. compiled by Reuters Based on the data.
Full vaccination in the European Union 61 percent, but in many countries the number of cases is increasing so that the overall vaccination of the population is also considered particularly high worldwide.
Iceland 93% of the population over the age of 16 is more susceptible than ever before, as well The Guardian cikke It also indicates that the number of cases is also on the rise in the UK. An important change, however, is that
The number of deaths due to vaccination does not follow the rate of increase in new infections this time.
The left-wing British newspaper wonders what we can expect and whether the worst part of the pandemic is over.
While the number of new hospital cases per day in the UK is less than 1,000, experts say there is increasing pressure on the healthcare system. Reporting on a hospital visit, Ravi Gupta, a professor at the University of Cambridge, noted that there were only Covidius patients in the infection ward, partly vaccinated, and partly unvaccinated. According to a member of the English government’s advisory committee, who has seen how bad some are in hospital, it is controversial for him to pretend that the epidemic is no longer a problem.
Gupta said the growing number of Covid-19 cases, along with other respiratory illnesses such as a stronger influenza pandemic, could put a strain on English healthcare.
It would be too early to say it’s over
Andrew Hayward, director of the Institute of Epidemiology at University College London, said he was reassured that growth in new cases was no longer upward and that the UK was moving from an epidemic phase to an endemic phase. So Covid has started to turn into the same recurrent infectious disease as the flu.
Although the epidemiological situation has been relatively good so far in summer and early autumn due to high average antibody levels in the population and adherence to epidemiological measures, the expert says it remains uncertain what to expect from autumn in the UK.
As reported in the Scientific Advisory Group on Emergencies (SAGE) one meaning He points out that children’s return to school, workers’ return to offices, and the decline in immunity this year all have an upward trend.
Roland Kao, an epidemiologist at the University of Edinburgh who is also involved in Sage’s work, said the increased prevalence of influenza and other upper respiratory infections in the fall, in addition to their shared burden of existence, is questionable. According to him, for this reason, some precautionary measures, such as wearing a mask, will remain necessary and there is still a risk of the spread of new, more contagious variants.
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