Last Sunday, nearly 60,000 football fans packed into the Emirates Stadium in London to watch Chelsea beat Arsenal. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical “Cinderella” debuted in the West End after multiple Covid related delays. On the subway where masks are still needed, half of the passengers are face to face. All of this puts the hospital in a new state of tension, as the UK reports more than 30,000 new coronavirus cases every day.
Preliminary data shows that vaccine protection weakened several months after the second vaccination. This is a strange new phase of the British pandemic. Even if there is no virus, people are acting. In view of the fact that the UK has been a pioneer in the development of many coronaviruses, from mutation cultivation to vaccine deployment, experts say that this can give us a glimpse into the future of other countries.
Part of the reason for this equality may be that despite the high case rate in the UK, it has not yet reached the level predicted by government officials when almost all Covid restrictions were lifted last month. I have.
This may be due to the weak association between cases and serious illnesses. Some of them may simply reflect 17 months of sneaky headlines and fatigue after the sullen blockade.
Dr. Slider said that nearly 80% of the adult population is vaccinated and the virus is still spreading widely. The UK may be another model. The country is on “whether Covid can be managed in a sustainable way”. She added that the evidence is inconclusive because the UK still faces major challenges, such as the reopening of schools on Wednesday.
This will almost certainly increase prices further, especially when the UK refuses to vaccinate children and young people. However, epidemiologists are reluctant to make specific predictions because many people were proven wrong in July when the incident occurred shortly after “Freedom Day” when most restrictions were lifted. Increase.
In any case, considering that the proportion of infected people is much lower than in the early stages of the pandemic, new cases are less important than in the past. On August 23, approximately 950 people were admitted to the hospital, which is the latest date for which data are available. This compares with the 4,583 people in the last wave of infection peak on January 12.
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