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New cases fall short of the 90,000 quota

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to me United kingdom There may be good news. Less than 90,000 new cases were recorded on Friday, January 28. Which is a much lower number if we consider that in the past 24 hours, the cases that were found were 96,871. With the decrease in infections, there is also a decrease in deaths, from 338 on Thursday, January 27, to 277 today.

covid kingdom UK, easing measures in Scotland and Wales

Meanwhile, after England, also Scotland and Wales, Follow the path of mitigation measures. As learned from the US News Agency (ANSA), the Scottish authorities have relaxed the rules for physical distancing of two meters as well as the use of masks in some circumstances, such as religious services.

In Wales, on the other hand, nightclubs have reopened. However, nothing has changed regarding the use of masks in stores, hospitals and public transportation.

covid kingdom The Kingdom, a new record for injuries in Russia

On the other hand, the situation in Russia is not rosy where, For the eighth day in a row, a new infection record was set. Specifically, as announced by the government-appointed task force, 98,040 new cases were recorded in the past 24 hours. This is a much higher number than the 88,816 cases recorded on Thursday, January 27.

covid kingdom United, Ursula von der Leyen: ‘More than half of European adults have taken the third dose’

Meanwhile, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, in a short video, assesses the vaccination campaign, making it known that More than 50% of European adults received the third dose of the vaccine. Then he added: Anyone can take the third dose. According to data from the European Center for Disease Control and Prevention, if all European adults vaccinated with two booster doses, we would avoid 1 million hospital admissions.”

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