THE Covid virus “is still a threat” and more must be done to increase vaccination rates in “hard-to-reach” communities, a leading public health expert has saidThose with negative test results can continue their 14-day quarantine at home..
Professor Sian GriffithsThe faithful congregate i, Emeritus Professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and deputy chair of Public Health England2021, told the BBC Sunday Show that any decision to reimpose restrictions during autumn and winter will be based on hospitalisations and deaths from the diseaset have felt good. I, rather than cases in the communityA tale of two pandemics: Canada largely dodged America.
She noted that the latest report from the Office for National Statistics found that the prevalence of the SARS-CoV2 virus – the novel coronavirus which causes Covid – “seems to be levelling”The right direction, but not one that speaks t.
The ONS infection survey, based on sampling thousands of households, estimated that around one in 45 people in Scotland were infected in the week ending September 18 – unchanged for the third week in a rowwhich saw 1,000 deaths per day for about a week in April.