“Still in the third wave”: British Prime Minister Johnson urges caution as virus numbers drop for seven days

“Still in the third wave”: British Prime Minister Johnson urges caution as virus numbers drop for seven days


British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged citizens to remain cautious on a daily basis Coronavirus The cases fell for the seventh day in a row.

The Johnson administration had repealed the coronavirus Restrictions on July 19, as data showed the virus fell 50 percent over the past week, from 46,558 to 23,511 on Tuesday.

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged citizens to remain cautious on a daily basis Coronavirus The cases fell for the seventh day in a row.

The Johnson administration had repealed the coronavirus Restrictions on July 19, as data showed the virus fell 50 percent over the past week, from 46,558 to 23,511 on Tuesday.

“The rates are still high and the pandemic is not over yet. Today we recorded the highest number of deaths since March, “said Johnson, adding,” Data today shows that we are still in the third wave. “

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Johnson urged people to get vaccinated and to limit contacts to fight the virus as the UK death toll rose to 129,303, with 131 people dying in the last 28 days, the highest since March.

Hospital stays have risen steadily to 5,918, with COVID-19 cases rising earlier this month.

Experts had previously warned that COVID-19 cases would hit 100,000 a day in the days after major restrictions were lifted, even if vaccination numbers were in Great Britain continued to rise, with at least 70 percent of adults receiving both vaccinations.

“We’ve been in some better numbers for the last six days, but it’s very, very important that we don’t run away from jumping to conclusions.” Johnson said.

Johnson ended ten days in self-isolation on Monday after being in close contact with the health secretary Sajid Javid. Johnson praised the vaccination numbers and urged people to get that second jab to keep everyone safe while the country continues to fight the virus.

The UK Prime Minister said 18-30 year olds came forward to be stabbed, despite adding that Self-isolation was the best way to prevent the virus from spreading.

“We’re moving forward with the new August 16 system, we’re going with the test to release then prosecute, “said the PM.

(With contributions from agencies)

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