UK Covid daily cases fell below 30,000 for the first time in two weeks, with 29,173 new infections

The number of COVID cases fell below 30,000 for the first time in two weeks.

29,173 new cases were recorded, while the number of cases on day 5 decreased continuously.


According to government statistics, another 28 people died within 28 days of the Covid-19-positive test.

Eighty-six new deaths were reported in the UK yesterday.

This is the first time that the number has fallen below 30,000 since 29,985 on July 11.

And that’s 27,843, the lowest number since July 10.

Approximately 46,563,452 people received the first vaccination and 37,160,659 received the second vaccination.

Yesterday, the case of Covid Fell on the 4th day There were 31,795 new infections in 24 hours.

The number of Covid cases in the UK yesterday decreased by 41.8% from 54,674 cases last Saturday.

Despite the decline in the number of cases, the daily death toll continued to increase.

Meanwhile, Minister of Health Sajid Javid apology After people say from Covid that they should no longer be “cowers”.

The Minister of Health commented in a tweet announcing that he had “completely recovered” from the virus a week after the test was positive.

The founder of the victim group said his comments were “very insensitive,” while workers blew him up by despising those who followed the rules.

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“We thank the vaccine for its useful social counterattack, but it is an inappropriate choice of language and we sincerely apologize,” said Javid.

“Like many, I lose my loved ones with this terrible virus and never minimize its effects.”

On Saturday, he wrote that he had recovered from a Covid-positive test after suffering from mild symptoms.

“If you haven’t done so already, you’re learning to live with the virus instead of getting infected, so get a jab,” Tweeted Javid.

But this caused criticism that he was rude to those who died of British illness.

Labor Deputy Leader Angela Rayner, one of the opposition lawmakers and one of those who lost their families in a pandemic, criticized his use of the phrase “from cower.”

She states: “127,000 people have died from the virus. Without the catastrophic failure of the government, tens of thousands are still here.

“So how much do you dare to slander people?”

It comes to face 6 million British Summer vacation chaos If Spain and Greece are added to the government’s “Amber Plus” list along with France.

Travelers returning from France must be quarantined for 10 days, even if they are double-jabbed.

The government’s decision was made amid concerns about an increase in beta variant covid cases that could circumvent some vaccine protection.

The turmoil in France’s travels forced vacationers to abandon their trips at the last minute.

Now you can add holiday hotspots Spain and Greece Amber plus listThe Labor Party estimates 5,857,558 people, and the British are facing last-minute quarantine.

Jim McMahon of Shadow Transport Secretary said: [the Government] The number of cases of Covid surged due to the inability to protect the border. He refused to be straight with the public and provided clear information on the direction of infectious diseases in each country, as well as the information needed to book a trip with confidence.

“Families who book vacations in good faith are now at risk of losing. For many who are already financially struggling because of a pandemic, 10-day quarantine is not just an option.”

Soccer fans may be banned from Premier League matches unless there is evidence of a double covid jab

UK Covid daily cases fell below 30,000 for the first time in two weeks, with 29,173 new infections

SourceUK Covid daily cases fell below 30,000 for the first time in two weeks, with 29,173 new infections

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