In the UK, the number of people admitted to hospitals after a corona virus infection can increase surprisingly fast and reach “alarming” levels.
Chris Witty, the UK’s chief adviser on the corona virus, said on Thursday that the epidemic in Britain was far from over and that the country was “slightly better off” with advances in vaccines and Govt-19 treatment.
“I don’t think we should underestimate the fact that we can get into trouble surprisingly quickly.” Witty said at a seminar hosted by the London Museum of Science.
Britain has recorded the highest number of infections in recent days in the last six months, with officials reporting more than 48,500 infections in the last 24 hours on Thursday.
According to government data, 3,786 people are now in British hospitals due to the corona virus infection, an average of about 40,000 at the peak of the last wave earlier this year.
However, according to Witty, the number of hospital admissions is now doubling every three weeks, and the current relatively low figures will increase significantly in the coming months.
“It doesn’t take much to return to pretty scary numbers.” Said Witty. “We certainly haven’t done it yet, but thanks to the vaccination program, medications and so on. “ Added.
Officials have warned in the past that the number of new infections could rise to 100,000 a day more than Britain has experienced at any stage of the epidemic.
At the same time, the government announced on Monday that it would lift all remaining restrictions in the UK, for example, nightclubs will be open and veils will not be ordered in public places.
However he acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government.
Officials say the progress of the vaccine campaign has broken the link between corona virus infection and death or severe Govt-19. The government is considering removing the restrictions needed to revive the economy.
However, Reuters writes that a large number of new victims are also affecting the economy. Affected people should be isolated just like those who come in contact with them. According to Karan Pilimori, president of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CBI), in the first week of July, 520,000 people received a warning about a meeting with a victim in a government planning application.
“On Monday, we will be in a position to open the economy on the one hand and close it on the other. It will destroy the economy,” he said. Powell Pilimoria.
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