Coronavirus UK News-The pandemic “ends most of the time in September”, Professor Lockdown sensationally claims to be due to the Covid vaccine
Despite the increase in hospitalizations, COVID cases fell for the sixth consecutive day
Official data shows that the number of newly reported Covid-19 cases in the UK has fallen for the sixth consecutive day due to the increase in the number of hospitalizations in England.
The government said that as of 9 am on Monday, the UK had recorded another 24,950 laboratory-confirmed Covid-19 cases, down from the 46,558 reported on July 20.
At the same time, NHS data showed that a total of 5,055 Covid-19 patients were hospitalized in the UK on Monday.
This is an increase of 33% from the previous week, the highest level since March 18, but still far below the level of the second wave of pandemics.
Dr. Mike Tildesley, a member of the Scientific Pandemic Influenza Modeling Team (Spi-M) who advised the Minister, explained that it would take several weeks for the number of cases in the community to be reflected in the number of hospitalizations.
There is a time lag between infection and admission, which means that regardless of the number of cases, the number of admissions may increase in the next few days.