Peak of deaths in Kovid, GB: 313 in 24 hours. More than 150 thousand deaths since the beginning of the epidemic

London, January 8, 2022 – Inn Great Britain 146,390 infections in 24 hours 313 dead (figure that exceeds k quota) 150 thousand dead since the start of the pandemic). Data that “a .” Huh awesome tribute“For the country, as the British Premier underlined boris johnson, “Each of this – added Bojo – is a profound loss to families, friends and communities and my thoughts and condolences go out to them”.

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Talking about the figures, there were a total of 1,227,000 positives in the country last week, which is 10.6% more than the previous week. The United Kingdom is the seventh country in the world, after the United States of America, Brazil, India, Russia, Mexico and Peru, with more than 150 thousand people. According to data from the British Office for National Statistics, however, the number of deaths related to the pandemic stands at 174,000. Downing Street chief then urged the population get vaccinated, emphasizing that “the way out of this pandemic is for all Memory or the first and second doses if they haven’t yet. “I want to thank everyone in the National Health Service – the British Prime Minister concluded – and all the volunteers who have come forward to help with our country’s vaccination programme”.

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Meanwhile, recordings are taking place in the north-east and north-west of England. “Worrying” Rates for Omicron VariantsMike Tildesley, a professor at the University of Warwick and a member of the Scientific Epidemic Influenza Modeling Group, told The Guardian. On the other hand, there is a slowdown in the spread of Omicron, the expert pointed out. London, “Hospitalization is also worrying,” he said, highlighting that the latest mutation can make covid “endemic and therefore less severe”,

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