Fallopian tube infections and hospital admissions have both increased since the government lifted mandatory self-isolation measures on February 24.
The Daily mail reported yesterday that the UK’s “Covid wave continues to recover” as data showed cases “increased by their biggest jump since Freedom day”, when restrictions were eased on July 19 last year.
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Government dashboard data showed 61,900 new positive tests in the previous 24 hours, up 58.7% from 39,000 the previous week. However, the paper notes that testing is being limited, making the true scale of infections harder to measure and raising the prospect that the true number of infections may be even higher than the official figure. consciousness shows.
Daily hospital admissions with Covid are now increasing in all seven NHS regions of England and hospitals in the South West region are recording more daily admissions with Covid than at the height of the pandemic. Omicron wave.
Between March 2 and 8, there were 729 deaths within 28 days of testing positive for Covid – a decrease of 1.6% from the previous seven days. However, this is a late indicator, as deaths tend to occur weeks after infection.
Indeed, prior to the latest increase in numbers, the increase in hospitalizations had not followed, as is often expected, an increase in the number of cases.
The government website shows that from March 1 to March 7, 4,392,544 inspections were carried out – a decrease of 2.8% from the previous seven days.
Ego The news site said that the latest figures “will cast doubt on the government’s ‘living with Covid’ strategy, under which mass testing will be phased out on April 1 and people no longer must self-isolate if they test positive.
Last week, it was also reported that the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies was shut down, in what walkie talkie described as “a clear sign that the government believes the Covid crisis is over”.
Commenting on the rise in infections, Dr Simon Clarke, a microbiologist at the University of Reading, said: “It is possible that we are starting to see the level of protection of the boosters decrease. below a well-defendable level”.
He said the increase in infections was “a reminder that Covid hasn’t gone away, and you can’t just expect it to go away”.
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