September 19, 2021

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The situation in Britain is improving even after the measures were canceled: scientists explain why this is happening

The situation in Britain is improving even after the measures were canceled: scientists explain why this is happening

The epidemiological situation is improving in most parts of the United Kingdom, according to data released today by the British Bureau of Statistics (ONS).

According to his weekly report, the number of victims is declining in the UK, Scotland and Wales, but not in Northern Ireland. The number of victims among adolescents is very low. In the UK, for example, in the first week of July 31, there was one victim per 75 people. However, a week ago, the statistics office registered one victim per 65 people.

Bureau figures are considered more reliable than official UK government data, Which relies heavily on the extent of testing and reporting of victims, the AP said. Instead, the Bureau of Statistics’s survey was based on testing a random sample of the population, which was later expanded.

Reproduction number Government Assessment According to today’s assessment of the Public Health UK (RP) Now in the UK it is 0.8 to 1.1This is down from 1.1 to 1.4 compared to last week. Currently, the estimate is that for every ten affected people an average of another eight to 11 people are affected. If the reproductive number is below one, the infection is considered slow.

United Kingdom, with a population of about 66 million In the past day, it has recorded 31,808 corona virus infections and 92 related deaths. Since the outbreak, the United Kingdom has recorded about 130,000 corona virus deaths, the seventh highest in the world in absolute terms. The current spread of the disease in the country has surprised many scientists. Many experts predict that this will worsen drastically in the summer due to the removal of many infectious delta mutations and anti-corona virus controls.

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