Most of my colleagues think we are at the peak, but that does not mean we do not have another one, the expert said during a televised press conference with Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Whitty noted that the four regions that make up the United Kingdom – England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, are now seeing a decline in the number of cases, hospitals and deaths.
In a less optimistic accent than that used by his medical adviser, Johnson said that despite signs of hope, the level of infection still remains “alarmingly high”.
The conservative ruler announced that Kovid-19 and 19,202 new positive cases for the disease have resulted in 1,322 deaths since the onset of the epidemic this Wednesday, for a total of 109,335 deaths and 3,000,871,825 infections.
He also confirmed that more than 10 million people received their first dose of at least one of the two vaccines that the government plans to vaccinate 15 million elderly, health workers and nursing people over the age of 70 in the country. Applicable as part of. Homes and vulnerable patients by the middle of the month.
As Johnson asserted, the fulfillment of that objective is necessary to prepare a roadmap for the uplift of quarantine to be announced on 22 February.
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