UK NEWS: Plains spread across England at COVID-19 at 1 in 75, estimated exhibitions

LONDON, Aug 13 – The prevalence of COVID-19 infection in England remained at about 1 in 75 people last week, Britain’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) said on Friday, unchanged from its previous estimates.

The ONS said the share of individuals who tested positive for the virus was “high” in England, supported family samples, although it added that modeling suggested that the decline could now occur.

The latest peak of COVID-19 in England reached the week leading up to July 24, when an estimated 65 people were infected.

Recent data has shown a mixed picture of growth within the UK.

While an estimated 55 people in Northern Ireland had COVID-19 last week, in Scotland the infection was estimated at 1 in 190, and one in 220 in Wales, the ONS reported.

The government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson has continued to cut back COVID-19 restrictions in England thanks to the big selection of vaccines he said have severely disrupted communication between disease and subsequent treatment and death.

More than three-quarters of British adults have now received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, with 89% receiving a minimum of one.

Britain faces 130,701 deaths within 28 days of a positive test of COVID-19, the second-highest rate in Europe after Russia and one among the best within the world. One in 75 people last week, Britain’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) said on Friday, unchanged from its previous estimate.

The ONS said the share of individuals who tested positive for the virus was “high” in England, supported family samples, although it added that modeling suggested that the decline could now occur.

The latest peak of COVID-19 in England reached the week leading up to July 24, when an estimated 65 people were infected.

Recent data has shown a mixed picture of growth within the UK.

While an estimated 55 people in European countries had COVID-19 last week, in Scotland the infection was estimated at 1 in 190, and one in 220 in Wales, the ONS reported.

The government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson has continued to scale back COVID-19 restrictions in England thanks to the wide selection of vaccines he said have severely disrupted communication between disease and subsequent treatment and death.

More than three-quarters of British adults have now received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, with 89% receiving a minimum of one.

Britain faces 130,701 deaths within 28 days of a positive COVID-19 test, the second-highest in Europe after Russia and one in every of the very best within the world.

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