Cases of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus have doubled to 150 in the UK after another 75 infections were discovered yesterday in England, 16 in Scotland and the first in Wales: the government announced, according to The Independent. So far, no cases have been recorded in Northern Ireland. For England alone, the 75 new cases were added to the previous 29, for a total (updated to yesterday) 104.
The Director of the National Health Safety Agency (UKHSA), Jenny Harris, has identified that some new infections have been identified in people who have not traveled abroad, and this indicates – and commented – that in the country now c’ is “a small part of (the virus) transmission in the Society “.
More than 50% of cases of the Omicron variant of MERS-CoV have been detected in England in fully vaccinated people: The National Health Safety Agency (UKHSA), the Daily Mail reports. According to the agency, out of a total of 22 diversity-related infections in South Africa confirmed as of November 30, as many as 12 – the equivalent of 55% – are patients who have received at least two doses of a Covid vaccine. Of the ten others, six were unvaccinated, two were partially vaccinated, and the other two had no known vaccination status. Health authorities assert that the share of the vaccine in England is much higher than that of those that have not been vaccinated, and therefore – they say – the high proportion of infected people recorded among vaccinated people does not necessarily indicate that the Omicron variant is resistant to the vaccine.
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