Great Britain, today 78,610 positive: this is a record. and the Omicron transition doubles

In Great Britain There were never as many infections as there are today. Today, on 15 December, a new record has been set since the start of the epidemic: 68,710 cases in 24 hours. double your Type omicron: 4,671 to 10,017. Instead, there were 165 victims. What has been promised to the British is Christmas as experienced in Italy last year: Omicron is becoming the dominant version and even the 10,000 figure is an underestimate for experts.

Omicron Direct, Europe is in the Red Zone in ECDC Maps. Von der Leyen: «66% received two doses». Great Britain: “Gloomy days are coming”

Doubling of cases every two days is worrying for the government boris johnson (Who should speak to the nation in the next few hours). Given the restrictions providing for a (ten-day) quarantine for those found positive, around one million Britons could be in isolation by Christmas.

Ricardy’s irony, “Congratulations to the UK government that after 2 years of errors have finally reached the dreadful record of almost 80 thousand cases a day (and winter has not yet arrived): tragedy for them, but also problems for Europe. Looking at mobility”. Walter Ricciardi, full professor of hygiene at Catholic University and advisor to Health Minister Roberto Speranza, writes on Twitter.

Covid, Draghi: We are getting more ready for Christmas but we are not letting our guard down

New sanctions in Greece, Greece has also announced new restrictions on the entry of “all travelers” into the country from 19 December by applying negative PCR swabs within 48 hours of arrival. It was originally announced only for travelers from the UK and Denmark, but was then extended.

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