THE The United Kingdom recorded, on the last day, 288 deaths and 95,787 new cases of Covid-19, the British health authorities announced this Friday.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the country has recorded 15,709,059 infections and 153,490 fatalities.
The number of deaths from Covid-19 in the UK has been decreasing throughout the week. It is recalled that, this Tuesday, the country had added 438 deaths from Covid-19, the biggest increase since February 16, 2021, when 445 deaths were reported.
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On 21 January 95,787 new cases and 288 deaths in 28 days of a positive test were reported in the UK.
— UK Health Security Agency (@UKHSA) January 21, 2022
With regard to vaccination, the data released today reveal that 52,186,398 people (90.7%) have already been inoculated with a dose of the vaccine against Covid-19, while 48,082,636 (83.6%) already have the regimen. full vaccine. As for booster doses, 36,753,644 people have already been vaccinated (63.9%).
It is recalled that, as of next Thursday, the use of masks in shops, transport, schools and other closed public spaces, the presentation of a sanitary pass for access to nightclubs and major events and telecommuting.
However, five-day isolation for those who test positive for Covid-19 will continue to be mandatory.
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