MORE than 170 new coronavirus cases have been recorded in Hampshire in 24 hours. Public Health England figures - as recorded on the Government website at 4.23pm today - show that 172 more people have tested positive for the virus in a 24 hour period. Across the county, there has been a total of 96,020 positive tests since the start of the pandemic in March 2020 - around 6.97 per cent of the county's population.
There were a total of 724 positive tests across Surrey in the week ending June 16 Coronavirus infection rates have gone up in five areas of Surrey, fallen in another five and stayed level in one area. Epsom and Ewell has the highest coronavirus infection rate in Surrey, according to the latest data from Public Health England.
Kent has recorded nearly 800 Delta variant cases, which are most prevalent in Medway, Canterbury and Dartford All areas of Kent have now recorded cases of the Delta variant, according to the latest Government figures. Public Health England has begun releasing data on the number of cases confirmed in each local authority of the variant first identified in India, known as the Delta variant.
Public Health England strategic response director warns of possible rise in cases towards end of the year A further Covid lockdown may be needed this winter to stop hospitals becoming overwhelmed, a senior Public Health England (PHE) official has predicted. Dr Susan Hopkins, the PHE strategic response director, warned of a possible rise in cases towards the end of the year.
Sussex has recorded more than 900 Delta variant cases, which are most prevalent in Brighton and Hove, Mid Sussex and Horsham All areas of Sussex have now recorded cases of the Delta variant, according to the latest Government figures. Public Health England has begun releasing data on the number of cases confirmed in each local authority of the variant first identified in India, known as the Delta variant.
The number of recorded coronavirus cases in Essex has increased to 148,075 according to latest figures. Public Health England figures show that 114,844 people in the Essex County Council area have now been confirmed as testing positive for Covid-19. The number of recorded coronavirus cases in Thurrock has increased and official figures show the total is now 18,118.
Berkshire coronavirus cases have risen by more than 100, according to the data released by Public Health England today (Saturday). There were another 34 positive Covid tests in Reading alone over the last 24 hours. It brings the total number of positive cases in the town to 11,720 since the pandemic began in March 2020.
A senior director at Public Health England (PHE) has said she hopes the delay to the end of lockdown will allow time for everyone over the age of 40 to get double vaccinated. A senior director at Public Health England (PHE) has said she hopes the delay to the end of lockdown will allow time for everyone over the age of 40 to get double vaccinated.
There have been 9,284 new covid cases and six deaths according to the latest government figures released today. The rising figures have been attributed to the delta variant which scientists say is far more transmissible than previous strains. The deaths are of people who have tested positive for coronavirus in the past 28 days.
The UK recorded 9,284 new Covid-19 cases and six deaths on Sunday, according to the latest government figures released today. It compares with 10,321 cases and 14 deaths yesterday, and 7,490 cases and eight deaths this time last week. The deaths are of people who have tested positive for coronavirus in the past 28 days.
Children and elderly people will be particularly vulnerable to the virus and further local and national lockdowns remain a possibility A senior director at Public Health England (PHE) has said she hopes the delay to the end of lockdown will allow time for everyone over the age of 40 to get double vaccinated.
A Sage scientist has warned about new respiratory virus - with children and the elderly being vulnerable to endemic viruses The emergence of new respiratory viruses means a “pretty miserable winter” could be ahead for the UK with further lockdowns a possibility - scientists have warned. Dr Susan Hopkins, Public Health England's (PHE) strategic response director for Covid-19, warned of a possible rise in coronavirus cases towards the end of the year.
A FOURTH lockdown could be on the way this winter, according to scientists. Top scientists have warned there is a risk of yet another lockdown in the winter. It comes as experts from Sage predict a "pretty miserable fourth wave" winter with infections from other respiratory viruses, including bronchiolitis and pneumonia, expected to increase among children and the elderly.
Heathrow and Gatwick: Double vaccinated Brits won't have to quarantine after trips abroad hints top medic
A Public Health England medic has said there may be 'alternatives to isolation' for those who have had two jabs Brits who have had both vaccinations for Covid may not have to isolate upon their return from trips abroad. Appearing on the BBC's The Andrew Marr Show this morning (Sunday, June 20), Dr Hopkins was asked if UK residents who have had both Covid jabs would be permitted to travel abroad, reports the Sun.
England might have to go back into lockdown in the winter, Public Health England’s Covid director has said. A surge in cases, driven by the Delta variant of the virus, has already forced Boris Johnson to delay the end of the current lockdown from June 21 to July 19.
Follow the latest updates and statistics Further lockdowns possible this winter, says Dr Susan Hopkins Further lockdowns could be necessary this winter, an expert has warned, as thousands more over-18s queue outside vaccine centres. Dr Susan Hopkins, director for Covid-19 at Public Health England, told The Andrew Marr Show: “We may have to do further lockdowns this winter, I can't predict the future – it really depends on whether the hospitals start to become overwhelmed at some point.”
Britons who have received two Covid-19 jabs may not need to isolate when returning from holiday, a top medic has said. Dr Susan Hopkins, strategic response director for Covid-19 at Public Health England (PHE), said there may be “alternatives to isolation” for holidaymakers who have been double-vaccinated.
More than 40 postcode areas in Suffolk and north Essex have recorded three or more coronavirus cases in the most recent government data — which is double the previous week. The latest statistics, published by Public Health England, showed that 45 neighbourhoods recorded more than three cases of the disease in the week leading up to June 14.