COVID cases are still on the rise, and the Delta response is to blame.
Certain parts of England are more affected than others, with hundreds of cases every week.
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The Delta variant-first discovered in India-accounted for at least 95% of infections and became the predominant type in circulation within a few weeks.
Its rapid growth undermined England’s original lock-down road map, which was supposed to end all restrictions on June 21.
However, after four weeks postponed to July 19, millions of vaccines can be vaccinated.
They said today that the Prime Minister and the new Minister of Health Sajid Javid are keen to end other measures “as soon as possible.”
Where is the fastest spread of Delta variants?
The Ministry of Health (DHSC) listed these places as the “regions with the fastest spread of new COVID-19 variants” on June 25:
- North Tyneside
- Blackburn and Darwin
- Cheshire East
- Cheshire West
- Greater Manchester: Bolton, Bury, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, Wigan.
- Lancashire: Burnley, Jolly, Falder, Hydeburn, Lancaster, Pendle, Preston, Ribble Valley, Rosendale, South Ribble, Western Lancashire, Wyer.
- Liverpool: Halton, Knowsley, St Helens, Sefton, Wirral, Liverpool City.
DHSC is working hard to strengthen testing in these areas and promote the popularization of vaccines.
A surge of testing has been conducted in many other regions to prevent the Delta variant from spreading further after confirmed cases.
Separate data from the Wellcome Sanger Institute shows that the most delta cases occur in Manchester every week.
The latest data set as of June 19 shows that nearly 550 cases are detected in the city every week.
Other hot spots include Blackburn and Darwin (316) and the surrounding Greater Manchester, Birmingham (300), Liverpool (208) and Leicester (174).
An unexpected hot spot appeared in Cornwall in the southwest, with 200 delta cases detected every week.
This is because the number of cases within the UK continues to increase.
Today, another 22,868 cases have been reported-this is the highest single-day increase since the UK emerged from the winter wave on January 30.
PM is scheduled for July 19
Although the situation regarding the infection is worrying, Boris Johnson Stick to his “end point” July 19 The current date.
After meeting with the new Minister of Health Sajid Javid (Sajid Javid), he today dismissed the possibility of ending the coronavirus restrictions early, saying it was “wise” to insist on July 19.
Mr. Johnson said today that the United Kingdom “fairly” lifted the blockade measures and returned to normal “as much as possible.”
“Although there are some encouraging signs, the death toll is still very low, and the number of hospitalizations is still very low-although both are rising-but we are seeing an increase in cases,” the prime minister told the radio during a by-election campaign visit The company is in Batley.
“So we think it’s wise to stick to our plan to take a cautious but irreversible approach, and really complete as many vaccine launches as possible in the next three weeks or so — another 5 million times we can pass the July 19th .
“Then as each day passes, all of our scientific advisers and I have become more aware that we are likely to say on July 19 that it is really the end, and we can resume our lives as before and be infected with the new crown virus as much as possible.”
Former Prime Minister Javid, In a less cautious tone Compared with his predecessor Matt Hancock (Matt Hancock), in terms of locking restrictions.
During his visit to St Thomas’ Hospital in London, Mr. Javid told the broadcaster: “I hope to see the restrictions lifted and life to return to normal as soon as possible.
“This is my absolute priority here and now. I hope these restrictions will be lifted as soon as possible.
“As far as the road map is concerned, you have to wait for my statement to Parliament later today.
“This will be irreversible and there will be no turning back. That’s why we have to be careful in this process.”
Oxford experts say that since the two jabs are very effective, there is no need to intensify injections
Mr. Javid’s comments distinguished him from Mr. Hancock– After the Sun exposed his affair with his assistant, he resigned over the weekend.
Mr. Hancock has always been regarded as one of the “doves” in the cabinet that is more supportive of the blockade.
In an interview last year, Mr. Javid expressed his concerns about the prolonged blockade and how they will affect the economy.