For the third time this year, there were no recorded deaths related to Covid-19 in London on Sunday, March 28. Since Monday, the United Kingdom has begun to gradually lift restrictions.
These figures are hopeful. According to a report from the Public Health Agency of England (PHE), on Sunday, March 28, no deaths from Covid-19 patients were recorded. British Broadcasting Corporation. At the height of the crisis in April 2020, the British capital recorded approximately 230 coronavirus-related deaths every day.
there’s still a long way to go
London average lament 200 deaths per day in January 2020, 230 deaths per day in April 2020, At the height of the health crisis. The city accounts for 12% of all deaths in the UK. A chain doctor said: “This is an amazing step, but there is still a long way to go to return to normal.” During the first round of the coronavirus outbreak, London was the epicenter of the pandemic.
After the school reopened on March 8, the UK began a new phase on Monday, March 29, which ended the January delivery. Even if it is recommended to avoid public transportation at home, the obligation to “stay at home” is abolished. The London police also pointed out on Sunday that Ban “all large gatherings”, Pointed out that she was ready to intervene quickly to end any secret parties.
Today marks the next stage in our road map to carefully relax restrictions in England.
With the introduction of vaccines, it is vital that we do not overuse vaccines and risk all progress.
Please follow the new rules carefully. pic.twitter.com/9r7aV9hYb7
-Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson) March 29, 2021
The next step in this process: Reopen The terraces of eagerly awaited bars, bars and restaurants and non-essential shops (such as barber shops) are usually arranged in December 4.
30 million doses administered
The country with the largest number of deaths in a pandemic in Europe 126,500 deaths, The United Kingdom began a vaccination contest in December to get rid of containment measures that have caused damage to its economy. Thanks to the serums of Oxford/AstraZeneca and Pfizer/BioNTech, the British health service has reached the threshold of 30 million first doses on Sunday. Almost 60% of the adult population.
The daily death toll due to Covid-19 has risen on average UK under 100, And there are new pollutants lingering 5,000 per day.