British foreclosure collapses: ‘worried’ motorists abandon hard rules | United Kingdom | New


England’s director of public health, Yvonne Doyle, has released disturbing statistics showing a huge increase in the use of motor vehicles during the lock-up in the UK. Since March 23, motorists have flouted the rules of social distancing so that they no longer make long journeys at the highest peak.


Professor Doyle said at the press conference: “As we have seen so far, very dramatic falls in most modes of transportation, but there has been a slight increase in motor vehicles.

“The message here is really that we are still going through this peak and that this use of motor vehicles is the longest working day use since March 23.

“We really need to be vigilant as most people go to great lengths to stay at home and save lives.

“It’s a little bit worrisome, so stay at home, protect the NHS, save lives and go out for necessities and the graphics will show it.” “

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A total of 26,097 patients died in hospitals, nursing homes and the wider community after a positive test for coronavirus in the UK at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

Professor Doyle added that the number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 has decreased by 16%.

The number of people admitted increased from over 18,000 to over 15,000.

The capacity remains in intensive care, with 40% of these beds currently in use.

He said: “After relaxing the restrictions in Germany over the past week, they have seen an increase in the rate of transmission of coronaviruses.

“This is a very real risk and it is essential that we proceed with caution, guided by scientific advice, so that our next step in this crisis is safe.

“We must not miss the sacrifices and the progress we have made – we must continue to follow the scientific evidence and we must continue to make the right decisions at the right time.” “


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