In the United Kingdom, new cases of the delta variant, a Covid mutation imported from India in recent months, are as high as 95%. This is evidenced by Public Health England (PHE), a structure of the National Health Service, also publishing an updated count that – among a few more likely infections – this type of spread would have increased 46% on the island last week to 35,000. New cases are estimated. Fey also reported the presence of an additional variant, lambda, which is designated as a variant under investigation. So far six cases have been identified in the UK, all related to foreign travel.
The number of delta versions increased by 35,204 to a total of 111,157 – a 46% increase from the previous week.
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— Public Health England (@PHE_uk) June 25, 2021
At the end of the European summit, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said in front of the current picture of Europe: “In light of the wide spread of the delta variant, which is also increasingly taking effect in our continent, unfortunately we cannot say whether we are already at the end of the pandemic or we are nearing the end. He then went on to say, “In the UK and Israel we are seeing an increase in cases and even hospitalizations” and “I can only once again insist on wearing masks inside buildings and cannot leave the distance to avoid the re-spread of the epidemic”.
To be fair, however, it should be emphasized that, thanks to the effect attributed to vaccines, there has been a very small increase in deaths and new hospitalizations: 514 in the past week in England, 304 of which were non-immune. -were related to vaccinated people and for the rest most people were vaccinated with the same dose. According to data released yesterday by the ONS, the British equivalent of the Istat, the demographic impact of the pandemic in the Kingdom (as in other countries) throughout 2020 proved overwhelming: the number of births in the year exceeded for the first time since 1976. in comparison.
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