The lowest loss of life in the last 6 months in the UK

The lowest loss of life in the last 6 months in the UK



The lowest loss of life in the last 6 months in the UK

With the death of 17 more people in the last 24 hours in the corona virus epidemic in England, the total loss of life increased to 126 thousand 172. The lowest daily loss of life due to Covid-19 in the country since the last 6 months has been recorded.

The number of Covid-19 cases and casualties continues to decline in the UK. In the statement made by the Ministry of Health, it was stated that 17 people died in the last 24 hours, and the total loss of life due to Covid-19 increased to 126 thousand 172. With 5,342 new cases detected in the country in the last 24 hours, the total number of cases increased to 4 million 301 thousand 925. According to the vaccine data announced by the Ministry of Health, it was stated that 27 million 997 thousand 976 people were vaccinated against Covid-19, and both doses of the vaccine were administered to 2 million 281 thousand 384 people.

LOWEST DAILY LOSS OF LIFE IN THE LAST 6 MONTHS

According to official data published by the UK government, it was stated that the daily loss of life in the UK fell to 17, the lowest daily loss of life in about 6 months. It was stated that the daily loss of life in the last 7 days decreased by 42 percent compared to the previous week, while the number of daily cases decreased by 4.7 percent compared to the previous week.

JOHNSON FIND A NEW WAVE ALERT

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned that a new wave of Covid-19 could reach the UK. Johnson pointed out that the third wave of Covid-19 in Europe may advance towards England, ‚ÄúPrevious experiences have shown that the waves seen in our neighbors also reach our shores. I am afraid we will see these effects, “he said.

Parliament’s Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs James Bethell stated in a statement that Britain could impose a quarantine hotel requirement for people coming from Europe and that travel from European countries could be banned.


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