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COVID-19: UK reports another 462 coronavirus deaths and 26,860 new cases

COVID-19: UK reports another 462 coronavirus deaths and 26,860 new cases
A further 462 coronavirus deaths and 26,860 new cases have been recorded in the UK, government figures show.The day before, a further 27,301 people tested positive for coronavirus and 376 deaths were reported. On the previous Saturday, some 24,957 cases and 413 deaths were announced - showing there has been a slight increase since then.Coronavirus…

An additional 462 coronavirus deaths and 26,860 brand-new cases have actually been recorded in the UK, federal government figures show.

The day previously, an additional 27,301 individuals tested positive for coronavirus and 376 deaths were reported.

On the previous Saturday, some 24,957 cases and 413 deaths were announced – revealing there has actually been a minor boost ever since.

Coronavirus cases and deaths have actually been increasing in recent weeks, with 33,470 new cases confirmed on Thursday – the highest ever daily number of cases taped.

However, COVID-19 cases at the peak of the pandemic in April are likely to have actually been undercounted since less people were being tested.

There is also some proof that the growth of infections is slowing, implying they are still increasing but not as quickly.

A recent Workplace for National Stats (ONS) study approximated 654,000 people had COVID-19 outside of medical facility in England between 31 October and 6 November, the equivalent of around 1.2%of the population.

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This was up from 618,700 people, or 1.13%of the population, the week previously.

Infection rates in Wales and Scotland likewise increased, however in Northern Ireland they “appear to have levelled off”, the ONS stated.

England, Wales and Northern Ireland imposed short-term lockdowns in an effort to get on top of coronavirus infections.

On the other hand, psychiatrists have cautioned they anticipate a surge in need for mental health care while people are struggling to cope during lockdown.

There is a major cause for concern over the number of individuals requiring immediate care due to psychological health problems, the Royal College of Psychiatrists informed Sky News.

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