Covid: UK cases fall for seventh day in a row

Despite falling numbers, the PM is urging people to “remain cautious” and “not jump to conclusions”. Source link

Covid cases at record levels for 20 to 29-year-olds

Everyone in this age group should be cautious when socialising, officials say, and get two jabs. Source link

Delta Variant Now Accounts for 83% of U.S. Cases

July 20, 2021 — The nation’s top health officials said Tuesday that the Delta variant of the coronavirus is racing through the country and now is responsible for 83% of all U.S. cases. That’s a massive increase from a week ago, when Delta was seen as responsible for just more than half of… Continue reading Delta Variant Now Accounts for 83% of U.S. Cases

Covid: Mask wearing return for Jersey as cases rise

Mask wearing will be mandatory in public indoor settings again after a rise in Jersey Covid cases. Source link

Covid: UK daily cases pass 50,000 for first time since January

It comes after England’s chief medical officer warned hospitalisations could hit “scary numbers”. Source link

Covid: Cases in UK rise above 30,000 for first time since January

More than 32,500 confirmed cases have been reported in the country, up 43% on the same day last week. Source link

'Long Covid cases under-reported' in GP records

Meanwhile Dr Gail Allsopp, of the Royal College of General Practitioners, said GPs were seeing an increasing number of patients with long Covid and had to consider all possible causes, particularly ruling out other potentially serious conditions before making a formal diagnosis. Source link

Football linked to 2,000 Scottish Covid cases

Most of the 1,991 cases were people who travelled to London for Scotland’s game with England on 18 June. Source link

Covid cases return to early April levels

The Delta variant has become even more dominant, but vaccines are making a difference. Source link

Monkeypox: Two cases identified in north Wales

Two people were admitted to a hospital in England, but one has since been discharged. Source link