The UK has reported the lowest number of Govt cases a week.
The latest government figures show 38,009 cases have been registered in the last 24 hours, while another 74 have died within 28 days of a positive test for Govt.
That number is down from yesterday’s record of 41,278 cases and 166 deaths.
Today’s number is down from last Sunday’s with 39,962 infections and 135 deaths reported.
A further 33,763 people have been vaccinated against Govt in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of first vaccines to 49,955,853.
Some 45,697,856 second doses were also given, meaning that 86.9% of Britons are now fully vaccinated.
At that time, 13.8% of people received their boosters or third dose.
According to the latest government data, 6,981 Govt patients have been admitted to the hospital in the last seven days, an increase of 5.8%.
The number of Govt cases registered in the UK since the outbreak began to exceed nine million on Saturday.
The total number of infections is currently 9,057,629.
But the seven-day average fell 12.7%, equivalent to 42,185 fewer cases in a week.
This is further evidence that, as experts predict, the ‘winter wave’ has already reached its peak – giving hope that Christmas will not be affected by another lock.
This comes as Boris Johnson is urged to implement his plan in the fall and winter to fight the cove in the midst of rising infections and deaths.
But the Prime Minister is reluctant to bring back masks and work from home, as well as imposing vaccine passports compared to the high cost for businesses.
Plan Govt b
Plan B is meant to bring back some of the activities seen during the various blockages, while the current plan A focuses on the continued use of the vaccine.
The leaked documents, prepared by cabinet office and treasury officials, predict that Plan B will cost up to 3.6bn per month.
Meanwhile, millions of Britons may qualify for a recall sooner than expected because ministers have relaxed the rules on who can get them.
Health officials will show the green light to older and vulnerable individuals to get their filler injections, even if it is still six months from their last dose.
GPS and health care professionals can distribute them to anyone if they decide it makes sense to function in these five months.
Health Secretary Sajid Javed said: “These improved guidelines will provide the necessary flexibility for health professionals in the booster program, which will allow the most vulnerable people to receive the required vaccines. “
The Prime Minister added: “Vaccine protection decreases over time and the booster boosts your immunity during the winter months.
“Go ahead and get the jab when your turn comes.” “
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