Covid-19: UK surpasses 150,000 deaths, and how rapid tests changed the pandemic

1/9/2022 7:30:00 AM

Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Sunday.

Covid-19: UK surpasses 150,000 deaths, and how rapid tests changed the pandemic

Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Sunday.

1. UK records more than 150,000 Covid deathsThe UK has reached another grim milestone in the pandemic,becoming the first country in Europe to surpass 150,000 coronavirus deaths. Some 150,057 people have died within 28 days of a positive Covid test since the pandemic began. The UK is the seventh country to pass 150,000 deaths, after the US, Brazil, India, Russia, Mexico and Peru. Boris Johnson said every death "is a profound loss to the friends and communities affected and my thoughts and condolences are with them".

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The best responses to living with covid unfortunately don't make money. Centers for testing so results cannot be false. Improving the NHS infrastructure. Social distancing and hygiene. Improving your health. You only take a flu jab if you need it, COVID should be the same. NickTriggle beckyrmorton These 150000+ deaths were all on BorisJohnson watch. He and the Conservatives have allowed UK to be have a 'world beating' pile of bodies due to their callous disregard for their fellow citizens' lives and health, aided and abetted by MSM! r4today

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Lessons on how to live with Covid-19 are still to be learnt\n\t\t\tLet our global subject matter experts broaden your perspective with timely insights and opinions you\n\t\t\tcan’t find anywhere else.\n\t\t Roughly 90% of all coronavirus deaths will occur in those 60 years of age and older. Equally roughly 90% of the virus’s social and economic consequences will be paid by those younger than 60. It’s an intergenerational conflict of monstrous proportions. 1 test first

Covid-19: Fourth jab not yet needed, and is this NHS crisis worse than ones before?Coronavirus morning update: Fourth jab not yet needed, and is this NHS crisis worse than ones before? Covid won’t stop until we stop close contact that spreads the virus! use BostApp instead to safely communicate with people around. Download for free at Apple & Google Oh how you love Cummings THIS YEAR !!!! If the gov had set up covid camps to deal with this from the beginning and sent everyone to these The NHS would be fine But no not the uk gov and labour and back benchers We have a theatre show of fear poor organising and stupid choices

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Covid has taken 'terrible toll' on UK, says Boris Johnson as deaths pass 150,000 | ITV NewsOne of the government's scientific advisors has said the situation is an 'absolute tragedy' made worse because “many of them were avoidable if we had acted earlier in the first and second waves” adamboultonTABB Really!. So globally, every Gov? Hindsight is wonderful Breaking - there has not been '150,000 covid deaths'. Dying of Covid is a bit different than dying with it. Wake up.

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Australia Covid update: Victoria records huge spike in cases after online rapid test reporting system launchedVictoria overtakes NSW with 51,356 new coronavirus cases, with rapid tests taken over the past week accounting for almost half MANY PEOPLE WILL DIE BECAUSE OF THE DEFORESTATION OF THE FORESTS CAUSED BY THE PRESIDENT OF BRAZIL BOLSONARO.HURRICANES, FLOODS, DROUGHT, HUNGER, PLAGUES, DISEASES, DEATHS, AND WARS FOR LACK OF FOOD WILL NOT STOP. A LOT OF DEATH WITHOUT NATURE Dr. Luc Montagnier reveals how Covid-19 is a lab accident He was awarded the 2008 Nobel Prize in Medicine for the identification AIDS.He currently works at University in China The accident was said to have taken place in the Wuhan National Biosafety lab soon the star child and my overlord GRUILLO 👽 will enter this sector of the galaxy from his teslor home planet. Those who follow will survive....those who object will purge 💀💀💀

Here are five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Sunday morning.Hear it from the experts Let our global subject matter experts broaden your perspective with timely insights and opinions you can’t find anywhere else., particularly among the older age groups.A study of nearly 4,000 women shows COVID jabs do disrupt menstrual cycles.

We'll have another update for you tomorrow. 1. UK records more than 150,000 Covid deaths The UK has reached another grim milestone in the pandemic, becoming the first country in Europe to surpass 150,000 coronavirus deaths . The group were stranded in Mexico after Sunwing Airlines cancelled their 5 January return trip. Some 150,057 people have died within 28 days of a positive Covid test since the pandemic began. The UK is the seventh country to pass 150,000 deaths, after the US, Brazil, India, Russia, Mexico and Peru.

Boris Johnson said every death "is a profound loss to the friends and communities affected and my thoughts and condolences are with them". Some of the group could face stiff punishments. Hear from some of the people who have lost loved ones. 2. How rapid tests changed the pandemic "I'm serious when I say they have been the single most powerful tool in reducing transmission of the virus," says Irene Petersen, professor of epidemiology at University College London. For Jemma McDonald, the news is devastating . Billions of pounds of public money have been spent on lateral flow test kits, and for Britons the routine tests have become a way of life.

and has it all been worth it? Image source, Science Photo Library 3. No fans at Six Nations may devastate Welsh economy The Six Nations starts next month, and matches typically draw crowds of tens of thousands. "I'm not anti-vaccine, I'm just in limbo," she told the BBC's Drivetime with Fiona Stalker. But with coronavirus restrictions in Wales meaning that fans are not allowed to attend sports events, .