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Corona’s new record in Britain, one out of every 16 positive

Most cases of infection come from Omicron’s BA.2 ‘stealth variant’. This study is based on about 1.10 lakh samples between March 8 and March 31. Most cases of infection come from Omicron’s BA.2 ‘stealth variant’. This study is based on about 1.10 lakh samples between March 8 and March 31.

A long-running ‘Real-time Assessment of Community Transmission (React-1)’ analysis by Imperial College London in the UK found that infections double every 30 days.UK Covid infections climb one lakh in a week - BBC News

Corona’s case record in England has reached a new level. Last month, an investigation to find Covid-19 found that one in 16 people, or 6.37 percent, were infected. This is more than double the rate of infections reported in February.

A new study found that one in every 35 people tested positive for Covid in February. A long-running ‘Real-time Assessment of Community Transmission (React-1)’ analysis by Imperial College London in the UK found that infections double every 30 days.

According to the surveillance data of the study, most of the cases of infection have come from Omicron’s BA.2 ‘stealth variant’. This study is based on about 1.10 lakh samples between March 8 and March 31. Professor Paul Elliot of the Department of Public Health said that the trend of such a large number of infections is worrying.

appeal to be careful
Paul Elliott, director of the response program at the Imperial School of Public Health, said: “Restrictions have been lifted in the country, but I urge people to take precautions to protect others who are at risk of infection.”Corona virus cases reach record high in France and Britain  Coronavirus Pandemic News |  al Jazeera

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