January 18, 2021

Govt-19: UK corona virus deaths rise 529 – 46,169 new cases reported | UK News

A further 46,169 corona virus cases and 529 deaths have been reported in the UK.

Recent data take the total number of deaths within 28 days of a positive COVID-19 test to 81,960.

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There have been 3,118,518 confirmed cases in the UK since the outbreak – the fifth-highest in the world, according to Johns Hopkins University.

On Sunday, 54,940 cases were reported and 563 deaths were reported.

There is a hospital in Essex Forced to start managing oxygen supplies Due to the number of corona virus patients requiring treatment.

Meanwhile, Boris Johnson has warned the government “More to do” If ministers realize the locking rules are “not properly observed”.

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Hancock: ‘Don’t let the rules slip’

It was revealed by Health Secretary Matt Hancock 2.6 million corona virus jabs It is now managed by 2.3 million people across the UK.

He warned that the new variant of the corona virus was “highly contagious and that it was putting the NHS under significant pressure.”

At the Downing Street conference, the UK’s chief medical officer, Professor Chris Witty, said, “We are at the worst stage of this epidemic.”

Professor Witty added: “Stay at home, please cut down on all social interactions that are completely unnecessary. That’s what you need: Act as if you have a virus.”

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