A total of 105 people died of corona virus infection in the week ending Monday night.

Corona virus – second year

It has been more than a year since Chinese officials reported a new, fast-spreading virus to the WHO. Since then, there has been hardly a person in the world who has not heard the word Covid-19, and mourns a relative or friend for many weeks, with whom the new disease ends, while in weeks the reserves collapse and our whole life is rewritten by the epidemic. Vaccines are now complete, which not only raises a lot of questions of hope, but at the same time threatens another mutation, not just stopping the virus. Details of this fight can be found in our series of articles.

The number of first- and second-line vaccines against the corona virus in the UK is over 50 million, British Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Twitter on Monday.

Hancock’s announcement was expected on Monday as the UK Health Department announced that more than 49.8 million corona virus vaccines had been delivered in the UK, and that the current pace of the UK vaccination program averaged more than half a million from the first or second vaccine dose.

According to detailed data released by the Ministry on Monday night, 34,588,600 people have received the first dose since the UK vaccination campaign began on December 8, of which 15,500,949 have received the second dose, for a total of 50,089,549 doses of the corona virus vaccine administered in the UK.

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In the last 24 hours, in a week that ended on Monday night, 105 patients died of Govt-19 disease caused by a corona virus infection across the country, the ministry said.

The only death recorded in the last one day is the lowest daily mortality rate since last summer.

The death toll in the past one week is 35.2 percent lower than the number of deaths recorded in the previous one week.

At the height of the January wave of the second wave of corona virus outbreaks in the UK in January, there was a period of more than 1,800 deaths in a single day in Govt-19.

Matt Hancock, in a statement announcing Monday that the dose will reach 50 million, noted the fact that progress in the vaccination program and continued improvement in epidemiological indicators could lead to a significant reduction in controls. He said this: Thanks to the vaccination campaign, the start-up schedule will be put in place and “I know we’ve all going to have a great British summer”.

However, during a visit to the countryside on Monday, Boris Johnson told reporters that the risk of re-introduction of corona virus infections should be done with extreme caution when allowing overseas travel.

Restrictions aimed at controlling the corona virus infection in the UK will not allow travel from the UK except for a very limited number of compelling reasons. Similar rules apply in other UK countries.

Authorization for overseas travel for tourism purposes is set out in the Comprehensive Start Schedule drawn up by the British Government from 17 May.

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However, in a statement on Monday, Johnson said the government wants to “partially open” foreign travel from May 17, but that the disease should be treated with extreme caution as no one wants to re-enter the country from elsewhere.

 

 



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