He said the latest UK figures showed that as of Friday, 37 people had died within two days of testing positive for Covid-19, bringing the total number in the UK to 51,304.
The government says there are 2,301 more lab-confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK as of 9am on Friday.
A total of 3,999 cases were registered in the capital on Thursday, with an average of 156.5 cases per 100,000 population across the city over the past seven days.
Statistics reveal hotspots in East London boroughs like Havering and Newham, but much lower rates in areas like Kensington and Chelsea and Louisham. One expert said the increase was probably in line with the rising infection rate at the beginning of the month and showed why a second national lockdown was needed.
Grant Shaps says Brexit will not affect vaccine supply
The ministers vowed that there would be no further setbacks at the border for the supply of any Covid-19 vaccine, including inoculation flights if necessary.
Transport Secretary Grant Shants stressed yesterday that there is a “back-up” to reduce any injuries, amid concerns that a Belgium-produced Pfizer job could be held if the government fails to conclude a trade deal with the EU.
Mr Shaps added: “Even if there is a problem, we have high hopes that it will not happen and we plan to have it, but we still have backups,” Mr Shaps added.
11,617 Global Covid-19 death record worst today
The world has suffered the worst day of the epidemic so far, according to Johns Hopkins University. Within 24 hours, 11,61 people died and more than 66,66,000 new cases were recorded; This is the largest statistic on record.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan said naming them after the deaths of more than 200 health workers following the Covid-19 deal was “devastating”.
Mr Khan said: “My heart goes out to all of their family, friends and colleagues.
“I fear that the death toll is much higher than this and that people from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds have suffered extraordinarily.
“We owe them all our gratitude for their selfless sacrifice, but lessons must be learned so that our health and care workers can safely do what they need to do to protect Londoners.”
The first Friday night of Lockdown 2 is a view of empty London
London is locked down this Friday night.
Closed pubs and restaurants in Shoredi, east London, have been knocked out over the first full weekend of a four-week national lockdown.
France reported 934 new coronavirus deaths, more than double yesterday
This is more than double the 425 deaths reported yesterday.
The country also reported 23,7994 cases confirmed daily, up from 33,122 the previous day.
Coronavirus deaths in France have reached alarming levels, with 1,220 deaths recorded on Tuesday.
Yesterday, Prime Minister Jean Castex warned that one in four deaths in France is now due to covid-19, with one person being infected with the virus every 30 seconds.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo tweeted to warn Covid about gathering in groups.
Seven more Covid-19s have died in Ireland
A further 482 additional Covid-19 cases have been reported to the Irish Department of Health.
Seven more viral deaths have been reported.
Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan said the increase in the number of cases of Covid-19 on Friday was an important reminder of the unpredictable nature of the highly contagious disease.
“It’s hard to appreciate the hard work that has been put in by all of us over the last three weeks, but we shouldn’t be successful on this success date, and we can’t save ourselves from this disease,” he said.
“We need to adhere firmly to our public health advice: maintain a distance of two meters, wash our hands, cover our face where appropriate and limit contact with the necessary communication from our own family.
“If we can maintain a high level of compliance, we can get to where we need to be in December first.”
As of 2pm today, 258 people, including Kovid-19, were in the hospital, including 35 in the ICU.
Another 376 Kovid-19 deaths were announced by the government
The government said as of Friday, another 36 people had died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19, bringing the total to 51,304 in the UK.
Separate figures released by the UK Statistics Agency for Deaths, which cited Covid-19 on the basis of death certificates, and additional recent deaths, show that 67 67,000 people have now died in the UK involving Covid-19.
The government said there were 227,301 more lab-confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK as of 9am on Friday.
This brings the total number of cases in the UK to 1,317,496.
There have been more than a thousand clusters and outbreaks of coronaviruses in the educational format since schools reopened in September, the document said.
Public Health England (PHE) indicates that there are more than a thousand instances of two or more positive cases of Covid-19 in the education system since schools reopened, it says.
The document, dated November 4 and Friday, states that between September and October, secondary school students played a greater role in introducing the infection to families as the incidence of infection increased among children aged 12-1 years.
He warned that “dramatic action” could be needed to prevent the spread of the virus in Scotland
Deputy Prime Minister John Swain said tougher coronavirus restrictions could be imposed next week in some parts of Scotland as more dramatic steps are needed to control the spread of the virus this week.
He warned that the virus and other stressors in the winter could cause “real stress” on the hospital’s intensive care units.
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