Health officials in the United Kingdom have recorded 398 deaths from Covit-19 in the last 24 hours, the second consecutive day of an increase in the number of deaths in the country and the highest number of deaths in the last 11 months.
They estimate that this number is related to the expansion of the Ómicron variant in the country, which is higher than the 379 deaths recorded the previous day.
The 1,724 deaths recorded in the last week represent a 44.3 per cent increase in deaths, as revealed in 529 deaths over the same previous period, and a total of 151,007 deaths since the onset of the epidemic.
Added a new increase in infections from 120,821 on Tuesday to 129,587 on the last day, London is the epicenter of a new wave of infections; In addition, infection rates generally dropped 19 percent, setting the infection rate at 1,736.8 per 100,000 population.
Faced with this new wave, Boris Johnson’s government has re-established health ethics, such as a return to teleworking; And with 62.5 per cent of citizens empowered up to this minute, with 62.5 per cent of citizens, the mandatory nature of the vaccination certificate to access certain facilities as part of Plan B, which also aims to provide people with what is called a booster dose. Other restrictions required.
Italy also has a tense death perspective
Italy rose for the second day in a row after recording 313 deaths in the last 24 hours, without reaching the record number of 793 corona virus patients who died in a single day with March 20, 2020.
With this figure, the total number of deaths has risen to 139,872 since the outbreak of the SARS-Cove-2 virus, 19 more than the previous day.
Infections, meanwhile, reflected a small decline from 220,532 on Tuesday to 196,224 on the last day, bringing the total to 7,971,068 infections since February 2020.
The Italian administration has implemented new measures to stem the tide of current epidemics, including banning entry into public transport, cafes, gyms and other places if the vaccine does not show evidence or has recently recovered from the virus.
Italy has had more than 86 percent of its population fully vaccinated in 12 years; Nearly 75 percent of those who qualify have received reinforcement guidance.