COVID-19: UK reports more than 50,000 new coronavirus cases for a second successive day

The UK has reported more than 50,000 new cases of COVID-19 for the second day in a row.

According to official data, 50,584 more injuries were recorded in the last 24 hours.

This comes after Thursday 53945 – which was Highest daily number since mid-July.

Last Friday, 50,091 cases were reported.

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The data also shows another 143 people died within 28 days of contracting the virus Corona virus disease Test, taking the total number of coronavirus-related deaths in the UK since the pandemic began to 145,424.

Last Friday, 160 deaths were reported.

There are currently 7,733 COVID-19 patients in hospital, including 895 in ventilated beds.

Another 25,848 people got first time Corona Virus Vaccine dose in the last 24 hours, bringing the UK total to 51,046,133, the government dashboard states.

Also, another 30,976 people received it, which means that 46,462,638 people are now double stabbed.

420,910 were also given a third booster or dose, bringing the total to 19,436,885 (33.8% of people in the UK aged 12 years or older).

The The booster boosters will be in place by December 13th.NHS England said.

The punch booking service will be updated to reflect a reduction in the time between doses to three months “as soon as possible and no later than December 13”.

It comes after the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization (JCVI) said all adults should become eligible for boosters and the time between the second and booster dose should be cut from six months to three — to help protect against the new dose. Omicron alternative.

Meanwhile, the weekly R number in England is expected to decline slightly to between 0.9 and 1.1.

The reproduction number, from the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), means that for every 10 people infected with coronavirus, they will, on average, infect between nine and 11 others.

The ‘R’ was estimated between 1.0 and 1.1 last week.

About one in 60 people in private homes in England had COVID-19 in the week to 27 November, up from one in 65 in the previous week, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

The proportion of people in England estimated to have contracted coronavirus at the height of the second wave in early January was 1 in 50.

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The latest data comes as the UKHSA announced that 75 more cases of Omicron It was found in England.

Previous analysis also showed that 12 of the 22 confirmed cases as of November 30 had received two doses of the vaccine, two of which had received one injection, while six had not been vaccinated, and no information was available on two.

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None of the cases in the previous data were known to have been hospitalized or died, but UKHSA said “most cases have a very recent sample history and that there is a gap between onset of infection, hospitalization and death”.

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