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England expected to relax rules on 19 July despite rise in number of people infected to one in 260England expected to relax rules on 19 July despite rise in number of people infected to one in 260

Delta variant driving sharp rise in UK Covid cases, ONS data shows | Coronavirus | The Guardian

The prevalence of COVID-19 infections in England is estimated to have risen to 1 in 260 people in the week to June 26, Britain's Office for National Statistics (ONS) said on Friday, as a new wave of cases of the Delta variant gathers pace.The prevalence of COVID-19 infections in England is estimated to have risen to 1 in 260 people in the week to June 26, Britain's Office for National Statistics (ONS) said on Friday, as a new wave of cases of the Delta variant gathers pace.

English COVID-19 prevalence rises to 1 in 260, ONS says | Reuters

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Fully vaccinated people who have been in contact with a coronavirus sufferer will be free within weeks to carry on life as normal with no need to take daily tests, The Times has learnt.In the clearestFully vaccinated people who have been in contact with a coronavirus sufferer will be free within weeks to carry on life as normal with no need to take daily tests, The Times has learnt.In the clearest

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There are also sharp differences in levels of hesitancy among different ethnic and religious groups.There are also sharp differences in levels of hesitancy among different ethnic and religious groups.

One in seven older teenagers hesitant over getting Covid-19 jab, figures suggest | Evening Standard

Scotland is ahead of the rest of the UK for the proportion of population testing positive to Covid, according to Office for National Statistics… Scotland is ahead of the rest of the UK for the proportion of population testing positive to Covid, according to Office for National Statistics…

Scotland registers highest proportion of infections in the community | HeraldScotland

According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) 14% of 16-17-year-olds, one in seven, are hesitant about getting the Covid jab.According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) 14% of 16-17-year-olds are hesitant about getting Covid jab.

One in seven older teenagers are hesitant about getting the Covid jab | Metro News

The report found that 1 in every 150 people in Scotland had covid in the week ending June 26, compared to 1 in 260 in England. The report found that 1 in every 150 people in Scotland had covid in the week ending June 26, compared to 1 in 260 in England.

Scotland has the worst per-capita Covid rate in the UK, ONS report finds - Glasgow Live

Around one in 260 people in England tested positive for Covid-19 in the last week, a rise sparked by the more transmissible Delta variant of the virus, the government’s official statistics agency has said.Around one in 260 people in England tested positive for Covid-19 in the last week, a rise sparked by the more transmissible Delta variant of the virus, the government’s official statistics agency has said.

England’s Covid-19 prevalence shoots up to 1 in 260 people as Delta variant fuels rise in cases — RT UK News

LONDON (BLOOMBERG) - Britain is finding young people more reluctant to take Covid-19 vaccines than adults, potentially complicating the next stage in the fight against the disease.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Europe News -LONDON (BLOOMBERG) - Britain is finding young people more reluctant to take Covid-19 vaccines than adults, potentially complicating the next stage in the fight against the disease.. Read

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