UK links its second day with more deaths from COVID-19 in eleven months

Madrid, 12 (European Press)

The UK Department of Health counted 398 new deaths from COVID-19 this Wednesday, linking its second day in a row with more deaths from the disease in eleven months.

According to data from the health authorities, since the beginning of the epidemic, a total of 151,007 people have died in the European country, while 14862,138 have been infected, and 129,587 have been infected in the past 24 hours.

The UK is mired in a rebound in COVID-19 infections, although data has fallen in recent days. The government has had to reimpose certain restrictions due to increased infections and concerns raised by the omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2.

Imposing the return of remote work or the mandatory nature of a vaccination certificate to access certain facilities, procedures set out in what the Boris Johnson administration calls a ‘Plan B’, which it introduced in September should the situation worsen.

Johnson Executive has documented the evolution of the European country’s epidemiological situation into a COVID-19 vaccination plan. As of Wednesday, 83.1 per cent of the British population had had their full vaccination schedule, while 62.5 per cent had already received their third dose.

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