The UK has seen a daily increase in corona virus-related deaths in the first 24 hours since the beginning of March.
The British Bureau of Statistics announced on Tuesday that 223 people had died in the last 28 days on the last day of the Govt positive test.
The total number of covit-related deaths in the UK since the outbreak has risen to 138,852. The new corona virus has affected more than 8.5 million cases.
The latest daily increase since March 9, 231 affected people died. The number of new cases of the disease in the UK is also rising sharply. On Monday alone, local authorities reported nearly 50,000 new cases in seven days of events, or 435 cases per 100,000 people, according to the DPA.
They do not consider restrictions
However, the British government has not yet considered bringing back the restrictions. Since the government in July, the DPA has said it will cancel most of the so-called Independence Day activities even if the veil is worn indoors or if vaccination certificates prove or negative corona virus test results are rare in the UK.
In the UK, nearly 79 per cent of people over the age of 12 have been fully vaccinated against the corona virus.
The British government on Tuesday said it was “closely monitoring” a new mutation in the corona virus variant delta, which is frequently diagnosed. However, according to the Prime Minister’s Office, there is no evidence that the rare AY4.2 mutation in other countries spreads faster than the original delta variant.
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