Ten people have died across the country in the last 24 hours since Govt-19, the British Health Ministry said on Saturday. Such a low daily mortality rate has not been measured since September 14th. In the last seven days, 254 people have died in Kovit-19, 197, 43.7 per cent less than the previous one-week period ending last Saturday.
January was the time when the corona virus epidemic peaked in the UK, with more than 1,300 deaths a day from the corona virus disease, MTI writes.
The number of new cases of corona virus infection is also declining significantly. In the past one day, 3423 new cases have been identified through screening tests across the country. At the beginning of the year, more than 60,000 new infections, in some cases nearly 70,000 a day, were diagnosed almost every day in the UK.
In the week ending Saturday, 27,912 corona virus infections were identified through tests, 11,025, 28.3 percent less than the number of new infections detected in the same period a week earlier.
They filter a lot, but the data improves
Despite improved information, it began education in elementary and middle schools in the UK a month ago, and children need to be tested for the corona virus several times a week. This increased the number of tests performed daily from 80 to 100 percent overnight. In the past week, more than 7 million corona virus screenings have been made across the country.
The number of secondary doses of the corona virus vaccine has exceeded five million. Since the first day of the vaccination campaign in the UK on December 8, 31,425,682 people have received the first dose of the vaccine, while 5,205,505, 10 per cent of the total British adult population, have received the second dose. The number of vaccines given so far, including the first and second doses, has surpassed 36.6 million in the UK, according to MDI.
Everyone will be vaccinated by the end of July
Data from Saturday shows that more than 60 percent of adults received their first dose of the corona virus vaccine.
The UK government is aiming for the first dose of the corona virus vaccine, which will be available to all members over the age of 50, by the end of July, the total British adult population – about 52.7 million.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that although fewer vaccines will arrive in the UK in April for technical reasons than the largest number ever, vaccination targets will still be met by a set deadline.
Highly derived astrogeneca
In the UK, half of all vaccinators receive the vaccine, which was developed jointly by the University of Oxford and the Astrogeneca Pharmaceutical Group. Recently in many European countries Prohibited Use of this vaccine following concerns that this vaccine may increase the risk of thrombosis.
British Health Secretary Matt Hankok stressed in a post on Twitter on Saturday that vaccines used in the UK are safe and effective. Hancock asked everyone who was invited to be vaccinated to show up at the vaccination sites and administer the corona virus vaccine.
They do not hide data
However, a recent study by the British Medicines Agency (MHRA) found that more than 18 million drugs from the Oxford / Astrogeneca vaccine have been given in the UK so far, and that thirty of those vaccinated with this vaccine have thrombosis. It was a rare form of cerebral thrombosis and seven patients died. According to the authority, there is still no evidence that there is a causal link between the use of the vaccine Blood clot However, there is data that the benefits of using this vaccine outweigh the potential risks.