Britain has record cases and hopes for Oxford vaccine

Britain has record cases and hopes for Oxford vaccine
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The Britain This Saturday (2) recorded a new record of daily Kovid-19 cases, with 57,725 newly confirmed cases. 445 new deaths from the disease were added to the figures. As a result, the number of cases reached 2,599,789, and the number of deaths, 74,570.

This week, UK hospitals began receiving vaccine supplements against the disease developed by the University of Oxford in partnership with AstraZeneca, approving this week for emergency use in the country, and it expects 530 thousand doses Monday. Will be available from 4). Residents of nursing homes and professionals in these centers, health care workers and people over the age of 80 have priority in immunization.

More than 1 million people have already received vaccine supplements from Pfizer and Bioentech in the country, the first approved for emergency use. Today, the head of Public Health England (PHE), Mary Ramsay, said that the doses of the two vaccines are not recommended. However, he said that in cases where there is not a second dose of the same vaccine, it is better to vaccinate a patient with another vaccination than to interrupt the vaccination.

Me and France 3,466 cases of the disease were reported in the last 24 hours with 157 new deaths. The country is the most affected by the disease in Europe, with 2,643,239 cases and 64,921 deaths confirmed. In deaths, however, it is behind Italy, Which confirmed 364 new deaths this Saturday, bringing the total to 74,985. 11,831 new cases of the disease were confirmed, bringing the total to 2,141,201.

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We The usNew York State crossed the 1 million confirmed cases of the disease. Between yesterday and today, 202,446 tests were conducted, with 15,074 positive results. Thus, 1,005,785 people tested positive for Kovid. 128 deaths were confirmed, bringing the total to 30,337. In the country, there are already more than 20 million cases.

Worldwide, 84,319,515 people are infected with Kovid-19, and 1,832,219 people have died of the disease. Data are from Johns Hopkins University.

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