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In the UK, the first patient to be infected with Omigran has died

In the UK, the first patient to be infected with Omigran has died

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A British patient infected with the new corona virus variant Omigran has already been diagnosed with Govit disease. This was confirmed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday. Sky News reported.

“Unfortunately, Omigran infection leads to hospitalization. Unfortunately at least one patient has already died,” said Johnson, who visited the vaccination center in London’s Baddington district.

“At this point I will set aside the idea of ​​a milder version of the virus. I think we need to recognize that the speed of this option is spreading among the people. So, the best thing we can do now is to get vaccinated with the third dose of the vaccine,” he added.

British Health Minister Sajid Javid confirmed to Sky News that there were “about ten people” in the hospital, which is suffering from a new variant of the corona virus.

On Sunday, the United Kingdom reported a further 1,239 confirmed cases of the Omigron variant. This is the maximum daily increase. The total number of cases of the new variant in the UK is 3137.

In London, 40 per cent of victims are Omigron

British Health Minister Sajid Javed said on Monday that the new corona virus variant Omigron was spreading “at an extraordinary pace” and was currently responsible for 40 per cent of all cases in London. Reuters has reported about this.

“(Infection) spreads at an unusual rate … the number of infections (Omigran variant) doubles every two to three days,” Javed told Sky News.

Javed said they may be 40 per cent of their victims in London. The Minister called on the citizens to get the third dose of anti-cancer vaccine soon to prevent the spread of the disease.

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Sunday evening that the government would expedite the delivery of booster doses of the Govt vaccine against fast-growing infections caused by the new corona virus variant Omigron.

Every adult in the UK should be offered the opportunity to receive a booster dose by the end of the year if at least three months have elapsed since the previous vaccination dose. So far, London wants to offer such vaccines to anyone between the ages of 18 and late January.
According to its chairman, the British government will provide further support to expedite the vaccination campaign in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.