In the United Kingdom, an additional 32,651 cases of coronavirus and an additional 178 associated deaths have been recorded, and the number of COVID patients currently in hospital is 8,068.
The total number of hospitalized patients infected with the coronavirus in the UK has exceeded 8,000 in 10 of the last 11 days.
Before that, the last time it exceeded 8,000 was in early March.
On this day last year, 1,106 COVID cases were reported in hospitals across the UK.
The number of ventilator beds is currently 1,020 and has exceeded 1,000 daily since the last day of August. Before that, the last high number was in mid-March.
The latest cases and deaths are compared to the 26,911 infections and 158 deaths confirmed yesterday.
Meanwhile, another 23,833 people are the first coronavirus The total dose of vaccine will be 48,528,901.
An additional 63,999 people received the second vaccination, bringing the total number of fully vaccinated people in the UK to 44,298,076.
This number is due to a major change to the rules for traveling abroad. Announced today..
Secretary of Transportation Grant Shapps said he would later announce measures to “simplify international travel, reduce costs, take advantage of higher levels of vaccination and keep us all safe.”
He didn’t expand on what those changes were, but some reports said that the green and amber lists were merged into one category of low-risk countries, reducing the number of locations on the red list. Stated.
COVID-19: UK records 32,651 new cases and 178 more deaths-8,068 inpatients | UK News
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