While in Italy Second doses Vaccine Great BritainShe, who has always used the longest period of time for vaccines, decidedturn around Due to some outbreaks Indian variant (b 1.617.2) That worries the country.
Acceleration of complete vaccination
And it was the prime minister himself, Boris Johnson, on Friday, who announced that Vaccination protocols It will be modified for fast submission Second doses For people over the age of 50 who have assured that the existence of the Indian alternative can “force a change of course” which for now relates to vaccination policies rather than the planned reopening, which is continuing as scheduled. Health Minister Matt Hancock has warned that the UK needs to be careful to avoid exploding the Indian substitute, and he also said that the government will make a decision on June 14 on whether to continue to completely relax measures scheduled for June 21. Professor Adam Fenn, Dell The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization (An independent expert advisory board advising UK health services) took the decision Do not give AstraZeneca vaccine to anyone younger than 30 years old It can be canceled in the future And he repeated it since the vaccine It appears to be effective against the Indian variant, “People should feel with reasonable confidence that if they are fully vaccinated, their risk of contracting a serious disease is greatly reduced against this type of virus.”
The United Kingdom vaccinated 53.76% of the population with at least one dose and 28.28% “only” two doses, favoring the largest possible coverage in terms of the number of people reached and relying on the fact that vaccines are already being administered after the first single dose. Good protection. With the arrival of the Indian variant, which appears to be more transmissible than the English language, the concern is that this may be It is spread among young peopleOnly 13% of children under the age of 40 (including children) were vaccinated.
Outbreaks are increasing
The number of B.1.617 cases increased to 1313 this week In Britain from 520 last week, according to official statistics. Most of them are found in the northwest of England. Attention has focused on Bolton, a city of nearly 200,000 residents and one of the highest infection rates in the country. The new report from SAGE (Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies), A non-departmental public body under the British government that provides advice on the outbreak, which was issued on Thursday saying: “There are local areas … where the number of new infections is increasing. Some areas … have witnessed a continuous rapid growth in variables, which raises Of particular concern to the variable B.1.617.2. The transmission of this variable is currently faster than the transmission of the variable B.1.1.7 (English, ed) Is most common in the UK. This is based on the remarkable growth in the series cases ». The report continues:It is a realistic possibility that it is up to 50% more transmissible. And that this volume of B.1.617.2 growth could lead to a very significant increase in transmission, which could lead to a significant ‘recovery’ in hospitals.
The United Kingdom, which thanks to its policy of massive sequencing of SARS-CoV-2 genomes is able to map the growth of variants on its soil and adapt measures, remains optimistic but is poised to act: “There are also many more.” A small number of adults were vaccinated To prevent a large resurgence that could ultimately put unsustainable pressure on health services, “officials fear. That is why” in areas where the number of infections is increasing rapidly, a faster increase can be expected if measures are relaxed “and conclude by announcing that they have informed the prime minister of this.
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