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The number of new victims in the UK has dropped by 33 per cent

The number of new victims in the UK has dropped by 33 per cent

Despite the low number of cases, Boris Johnson is calling with caution.

August 1, 2021 at 6:11 AM TASR

London. Number of new cases of infection My corona virus According to official government data, SARS-CoV-2 in the UK reached 26,144 on Saturday, 33 percent lower than the previous week between July 25 and 31, Reuters reported.

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Within 28 days of a positive corona virus test, another 71 people died in the country on July 31, a seven-day increase of 9.2 percent.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson He called on residents this week to be vigilant. “It’s very, very important that we don’t come to conclusions,” Johnson said.

“People still need to be very careful, so the government is approaching the situation,” he added.

After weeks of rising infections, the sudden reversal came as a surprise to the government and scientists. A few weeks after the eradication of almost all corona virus activity, experts warn that the daily increase in the number of new victims will exceed 100,000.

It is very important that we do not go to conclusions.


Boris Johnson, British Prime Minister

Scientists have put forward a number of possible theories that could explain the fall of the cases, including the outcome of the football championship Euro 2020, School holidays or the latest heat wave.

In the UK, almost all remaining anti-infective measures do not apply on July 19, including wearing a veil and keeping a distance. The Boris Johnson government justified this decision with the success of the vaccination program there, which has fully vaccinated 70 percent of adults.

A total of 46.81 million people in the UK were vaccinated with the first dose on July 30 Vaccines Against the corona virus with the second dose and against 38.13 million people.

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