New cases of coronavirus in the United Kingdom at the lowest level since the lock, but 154 other die


The number of new cases of coronavirus has revealed today at its lowest level since the lock, but 154 other additional deaths were recorded.

The number of deaths from coronavirus, has exceeded 43 000 today, as Boris Johnson confirmed last night that Britain opened its doors.

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A worker in the retail trade as the wearing of PPE is held in CardiffCredit: AFP or licensors

The ministry of Health has confirmed today that the current number of dead is 43, 081 after the increase of the deaths during the past 24 hours.

But the number of infections has continued to slow down, with 653 people tested positive for the deadly virus.

England recorded today 51 deaths of patients aged from 48 to 96 years in hospitals, bringing the total british 42978.

In encouraging news, the South-West no deaths were reported during the past 24 hours. During this time, London has recorded six more deaths – with the Midlands are the most affected, with 19 deaths.

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The Country of Wales has recorded today eight other deaths to see the total increase to 1 491.

Yesterday, the United Kingdom has recorded 171 deaths.

According to the changes announced by Boris Johnson last night, the gatherings in the inside involving two households separated will be permitted – including the opportunity to spend the night in houses, hotels or breakfast – but the social distance should be maintained.

The pubs and restaurants will also reopen from the 4th of July.

But he warned that the people could not hug each other because the virus was still not defeated, and vigilance was called for.

What places can open from the 4 of July?

The full list of companies includes:

  • Hotels, hostels, cottages, apartments or holiday homes, chalets or bungalows, campsites, caravans, and pensions
  • Places of worship
  • Libraries and community centres
  • Restaurants, cafés and canteens of work
  • Bars and Pubs
  • Cinemas
  • Bingo halls
  • Theatres and concert halls, but not live music
  • Museums and galleries
  • Hair Salons and barbers
  • Playgrounds and outdoor gyms outdoor
  • Funfairs, theme parks and adventure parks and activities, and games rooms
  • Outdoor rinks
  • Other centres or facilities, indoor recreation, including games, interiors, places of leisure and entertainment
  • Social Clubs
  • Model Villages
  • Attractions inland in aquariums, zoos, parks, safari, farms, centres of wildlife, and any place where the animals are exposed to the public as an attraction.

But the best doctors have warned that Britain faced a “real risk” of a second wave of the deadly virus.

The leaders of health are calling for an urgent review in order to prevent further deaths in the context of growing concerns of a new outbreak this winter.

And professor Chris Whitty has warned that the British may not behave as we have done previously.

Professor Whitty has predicted that the country will face Covid-19 for ” the long-term until this time next year “.

On the rule of the two meters being reduced to 1 m, professor Whitty has admitted that it was a “balance of risks”.

With the rule of social distancing reduced, it is even more important to wear a mask or cover your face to protect you from Covid-19.

This is particularly relevant for short periods of time indoors in overcrowded areas, for example in public transport or in certain stores.

The evidence suggests that the use of a cover face will not protect you, but it can protect others if you are infected but have not developed symptoms.

The former chief scientific adviser Sir David King thinks that the lifting of the lockout is “not a wise decision”


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