1,243 new Kovid deaths and records in UK

1,243 new Kovid deaths and records in UK

London, 12 January (EFE). – Britain has recorded 1,243 deaths from Kovid-19 in the last 24 hours, the highest number of deaths in a single day since a record high of 1,325, according to information released last Friday by the Department of Health this Tuesday.

According to the most recent data, the number of SARS-CoV-2 virus victims in the country since the onset of the pandemic is 83,203, this figure takes into account only those who have suffered from the disease within 28 days Were dead. . However, the total number of deaths involving Kovid on the death certificate is 89,243.

In the last hour, the number of infections reached 3.16 million with 45,533. Currently, 35,075 people are hospitalized, of which 4,240 were admitted between yesterday and today, and 3,363 required mechanical ventilation.

Seeing the rise of Coronavirus In the country, Secretary of State for Internal Affairs Preeti Patel warned at a press conference today that the police will take stern action against those who violate imprisonment, who close schools and require people to stay home. , Except outdoor exercises or necessary activities.

According to Patel, since the start of the epidemic, for the first time in England, breaches of sanctions for those imprisoned for the first time have been fined approximately 45,000 in the amount of at least £ 200 (approximately R $ 1,487.60).

Earlier, the London Metropolitan Police Commissioner (MET), the country’s top official, Cressida Dick, said in an article in the newspaper “The Times” that fines for violating the rules were “likely to increase exponentially”.

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“We are still committed to convincing and encouraging people, but those who violate the rules or refuse to comply with them without good reason will resort to coercive measures to the authorities more quickly,” she said. said.

Cory Weinberg

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