He added that if a high vaccination rate is achieved in the autumn – “and I’m sure it will happen,” he emphasized – “we can have a normal winter next year”.
As for other developments, Professor John Edmunds, a member of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergency (SEJ), said the “very early” approach was to try to lift the national lockdown in England on December 2 and change the regional three-tiered location. He was clear, however, that it would be “very foolish” to return to Tier 1, at the lowest alert level.
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The Germans encourage people to be lazy like raccoon in official advertisements
A German ad has gained popularity after encouraging people to be “lazy as a raccoon” to stop the spread of Kovid-19.
An old man is seen in government advertisements looking back to 2020, when he was 22 years old and he wants to “party, study, get to know new people”.
“We had different plans for fate,” read an English translation of the video.
“We saved all our courage and did what was expected of us. We did nothing. Absolutely nothing. Being lazy like a raccoon, ”reads the translation.
“Day and night we kept our *** home and fought against the virus infection.”
The video ends with people sitting at home saying, “Let people be heroes too.”
The ad was posted on the German government’s social media and gained popularity in the UK when German-British Twitter user Axel Antony translated it into English.
Mr Anthony, who has been in the UK for 22 years, said he translated the video “on hooves” on Saturday afternoon.
302 Covid-19 of France died
According to the French Ministry of Health’s website, France has reported 302 deaths and 227,227 new cases in the last 24 hours.
A total of 44,266 deaths and 1,981,827 confirmed cases have been reported since the onset of the epidemic.
The Norfolk test center was closed after the outbreak of covid
Operator G4S said several staff members were forced to shut down a CVID-19 test site after testing positive for the virus.
The G4S said the Postwick Park and Ride site would be “deeply cleaned and reopened as soon as possible”.
A spokesman said in a statement: “On Sunday, November 15, a test site in Postwick, Norwich, was shut down following reports of cornovirus testing by several workers.
“The site will be thoroughly cleaned and reopened as soon as possible in accordance with PHE (Public Health England) guidelines. Tests have been redirected to nearby test sites, including tests.”
Kingston Sub Hall has the highest proportion in the seaweed case
Kingston Over Hull currently has the highest number per 100,000 people, at 769.5 per 100,000.
It is followed by Oldham, Blackburn and Darwin and Scarborough.
A Kovid-19 has been reported dead in Ireland
Another Covid-19 attached death has been reported in Ireland, the National Public Health Emergency Team said.
The death toll in the country now stands at 1,999.
In the last 24 hours of reporting, there have been an additional 3 confirmed cases of Covid-19, with 67,903 cases in Ireland since the outbreak began.
As of 2pm on Sunday, 249 coronavirus patients were in the hospital, 31 of whom were in intensive care.
Italy is suffering 546 Covid-19 in one day
Italy has reported 546 coronavirus deaths in the last 24 hours. That’s down from 550 deaths yesterday, marking a total of 45,229 in the country.
Another 132 people who tested positive for coronavirus died at the hospital
Coronavirus in number: The death toll in the UK has risen to 51,9334
The virus has claimed the lives of victims aged 45 to 100 in hospitals in England
A further 132 people who tested positive for coronavirus died at a hospital in England, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths at the hospital to 366,322, NHS England reported on Sunday.
Patients range in age from 45 to 100. Except for one 69-year-old, everyone knew his underlying health condition.
The deaths occurred between October 23 and November 14.
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