UK coronavirus curve begins to show on FLATTEN intensive care chart as London cases FALL | United Kingdom | New


Professor Angela McLean said spread of coronavirus is under control in Britain during the daily government briefing on Wednesday. Speaking on Downing Street, Professor McLean called the lack of acceleration of cases good news. The number of COVID-19 cases in the capital is slowing and, therefore, the start of a flat curve can be seen in the graphs presented by Professor McLean.


Professor McLean said: “The number of new cases in the UK in the past few weeks is not getting out of hand.

“Yesterday there were 5,492 new cases and the spread of this virus is not accelerating and this is good news.

“What is recorded here are people on hospital beds with COVID-19.

“The highest of them is in London.

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“This is a record of slow response infections.

“What we are seeing is that the pace of this increase is definitely slowing down and it looks like we are starting to head towards a flat curve, which of course is what we all wanted. “

As of this writing, Britain has the 8th highest number of COVID-19 cases in the world.

The UK has over 60,000 cases in total.

Worldwide, there have been more than 1,450,000 cases of COVID-19.

The death toll has reached over 85,000 at the time of writing.

Over 315,000 people have recovered from the coronavirus worldwide.

The United States has the highest number of COVID-19 cases in the world with more than 406,000 confirmed cases.


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