United Kingdom, 1,000 deaths in 24 hours despite record vaccination: why?

The uk It is among the first countries in the world to have a percentage of the population vaccinated against Kovid. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Tuesday 9 February that Britain was traveling at a rate of 2.5 million doses per week, and now in total 13 million people who received their first dose of vaccine.

Despite this, nothing works: Even today, Wednesday 10, Death toll exceeds 1,000, Bringing the death to 114,000 since the onset of the epidemic. This is the absolute European record and the second worst balance of population after Belgium.

GB, death does not fall below 1,000

More than 13 million British citizens have now received at least one dose of the vaccine. But the nation’s deaths from Kovid continue to increase dramatically. The reasons may be many.

First of all, we can hypothesize that such a large number of people, who have been given one dose of vaccine, British citizens effectively vaccinated – that they have also been remembered – There are about 520,000. Compared to a population of over 66 million inhabitants, this number allows for practically no herd immunity. In Italy, however, those who received both the first and second doses are more than double: as of 10 February, they are 1,2,0,034.

United Kingdom, discovered two new potentially dangerous variants

The second reason relates to the Kent variant, commonly known as the “English version”, which is believed to be approximately 70% more infectious than the original strain of SARS-CoV-2. The lockdown has failed to stop the spread of variants, leading to overloading of the health system.

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The third significance concerns two new types that have recently been identified. One, separate Bristol, Already classified as a “version of concern”, while the other, isolated in Liverpool, is still a “version under investigation”.

Bristol, specified Concern (VOC) 202102/02, May be able to reduce the effectiveness of vaccines.

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