The UK is brave! Aims for Covid patients to not have to quarantine Experts believe crisis 'near end' after lowest monthl

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The UK is brave! Aims for Covid patients to not have to quarantine Experts believe crisis 'near end' after lowest monthl

Post autor: jiraporn66 » pn sty 24, 2022 12:47 pm

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The UK is drafting a plan that would allow citizens not toSLOTXObe under legal obligation to self-isolate after contracting COVID-19. According to the Telegraph on Sunday, the move comes as the country sees a sharp drop in daily new cases. the lowest in a month and experts believe that this time the UK "We are entering the beginning of the end of the pandemic."

Telegraph news reports say Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to permanently repeal the coronavirus emergency law. While cases of COVID-19 of the United Kingdom steadily decreasing And stated that it will remain in the framework of official recommendations. but there will be no fine or legal sanctions if anyone neglects to comply

There will be work on that plan in the coming weeks. An official announcement is expected at the earliest in the spring.

Last week, Britain's Health Minister Sajid Jawid said it would reduce the self-quarantine period from seven days to five days in the UK for those who tested negative twice.

The Telegraph also reported that Johnson was also preparing to scrap "Plan B" of the coronavirus curb restrictions, after Plan B was introduced last month. to slow the spread of omikron mutants

The government move came as Britain reported 81,713 new cases daily on Saturday, its lowest level since December 15.

With the ripples of the Omikron mutant epidemic, it seemed to have subsided. Some experts claim that the end of the pandemic is just around the corner in the UK.

However, the number of deaths within 28 days of testing positive for COVID-19 remained high, with 1,843 deaths in the last seven days, a 45 percent increase from a week earlier.

Number of COVID-19 patients hospitalizations were also reduced. Even the latest available information has to go back to last Monday (10 Jan).

From the information, it was found that A total of 15,698 COVID-19 patients were hospitalized in the seven days through January 10, a slight decrease from a week earlier.

Professor Julian Hiscox, Chair of Infectious Diseases and Global Public Health, University of Liverpool. In an interview with the BBC news agency, “We are heading into a new phase of the pandemic. The stage at which the virus affects daily life is less.”


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“We are almost at that point. It is now in the beginning of its end, at least in the UK. I think the way of life in 2022 will almost return to the way of life before the pandemic,” he said.

Reports of new cases have been declining since the new year, however, cases still far exceeded the peak of the previous wave. Following the appearance of the Omikron mutant. Very contagious in November

Data released Friday showed that for the week ending January 6, one in 15 people in the UK had tested positive for COVID-19. All over the United Kingdom The ratio is 1 in 20 people.

As for the number of deaths from COVID-19 within 28 days of testing positive, 287 added on Saturday (Jan. 15), however, the lag between the cases and deaths. It may be part of the answer as to why the death toll remains high. Even though the cases of infected people have decreased

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