Another 86 people have died within 28 days of testing positive for COVID, according to daily government figures, bringing the total to 130,086 since the start of the pandemic.
On Wednesday, 29,312 new cases and 119 deaths were recorded.
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This time last week, the July 29, the UK has reported 31,117 positive cases COVID-19[feminine[feminine cases and 85 related deaths.
Since the start of the pandemic, there have been a total of 5,982,581 cases of the coronavirus in the UK.
73.5% of the UK’s adult population is now fully vaccinated after 165,669 people received their second dose of a coronavirus vaccine yesterday, bringing the total to 38,874,837.
33,334 people received their first dose, meaning that 46,926,330 adults (88.7%) in the UK received at least one vaccination.
This is the number of “pingdemic” alerts from the NHS fell 43% within a week after updating the sensitivity of the app.
A total of 395,971 alerts were sent to users in the week to July 28, telling them they had been in close contact with someone who tested positive for the coronavirus, government figures show – down of 689,313 alerts the previous week.
The “logic” behind the application mechanism was altered so now he only goes back on contacts two days before an asymptomatic person tests positive. Previously, he examined contacts up to five days before.
Public Health England (PHE) has released its weekly COVID surveillance data, which found virus-related hospitalizations to be highest in the North East.
He also revealed that hospital admissions remain highest among people aged 85 or older.
However, the data also shows that about 66,900 hospitalizations were avoided in people aged 65 and older as a direct result of the vaccine rollout.
Meanwhile, Britons’ vacation plans have been turned upside down, after the government announced changes to travel list Wednesday.
Fully vaccinated travelers and those under 18 arriving in England from France will no longer have to self-isolate, while India, Bahrain, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates are removed from the red list, this which means travelers no longer have to pay thousands of pounds to quarantine in a hotel for 11 days.
There were concerns that Spain, where up to a million Britons are believed to be currently on vacation, could be added to the red list, however, the country will remain in the amber category – although it is advised to travelers to take a test after taking the return flight. .
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Elsewhere, the president Joe Biden faces increasing pressure to open the United States to international visitors.
Americans will soon be able to travel to England and Canada without quarantine – as long as they are fully vaccinated – but the United States still maintains a strict border policy.
This week, the White House insisted there were no plans to lift the restrictions amid growing fears over the highly transmissible Delta variant.