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Coronavirus live story: ‘Epidemic on the rise’ if jabs block medical admissions, says Oxford professor

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The epidemic could be declared “extinct” if the vaccine continues to increase the number of people in need of lower treatment, a leading expert said.

Professor Andrew Pollard, of Oxford University, told BBC Radio 4’s Today program: “If current vaccines can prevent people from going to the hospital, where there are fewer infectious diseases, people are infected with the flu and the virus, then the epidemic is over.”

In the meantime, Boris Johnson He is expected to say that Britain is on a mission to lift all restrictions on June 21.

The prime minister has changed the public to know more about the Indians corona virus updates and shows how it may affect its roadmap due to rigidity.

It comes as the number of vaccines offered in the UK reached 60 million, and more than 70 percent of the population received a single dose.

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Governments have put in place measures to try to isolate themselves

More than a year after the epidemic, new aviation systems are being introduced across England to encourage people to get tested for Covid-19 and to comply with the rules.

The pilots have combined additional security assistance for at-risk seniors, “buddying” services for people in need of mental health assistance and facilitated translation for those who did not speak English.

People living in crowded living quarters will also be accommodated.

The government has provided £ 11.9m to the pilots, divided among nine high-risk circuit overseers.

Areas of jurisdiction include Newham and Hackney in London, Yorkshire and Humber, Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Cheshire and Merseyside, Peterborough and Somerset.

Health experts have long suggested that there should be more support for those who are unable to isolate themselves to do so.

Tom Batchelor24 May 2021 08:34

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The epidemic is ‘over’ if the vaccine makes the hospital less crowded, says the professor

The epidemic could be declared “extinct” if the vaccine continues to increase the number of people seeking low-cost medical care, a health expert said.

Professor Andrew Pollard, of Oxford University, told BBC Radio 4’s Today program: “If modern vaccines can prevent people from going to the hospital, where there is less infection, people getting the flu and the virus, then the epidemic is over.

“Because we can be HIV positive, in particular we will be HIV positive in some way, but it doesn’t matter if more people are released from hospital because then the NHS can continue to work and life will get back to normal. We just need a little more time to confirm this.”

As for whether a vaccine will be needed, he said work is underway to develop a new vaccine if needed, but it is not known if it will be available.

He also urged people to take their second jab and said coronaviruses have found those who have not been vaccinated, adding that the Indian nation was able to spread “slowly” whether people were vaccinated or not.

“Obviously this is different now but future generations would be better off doing this,” he said.

“This is the evolution of the virus, to find a way around the body’s immune system to spread it more slowly, and this provides important information on human health, which is that if you are not vaccinated, then the virus will eventually find people who are not vaccinated. , and if you are over 50 and do not have a vaccine, you are at high risk. ”

Tom Batchelor24 May 2021 08:25

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Join our free live events after the Covid crisis

What will be the result in the UK banning Covid-19 epidemic? Will the virus continue to decline or will the dangers of various species stop us?

Join them IndependentHealth journalist Shaun Lintern and science journalist Sam Lovett, where they discuss the major issues with two special guests on a special website on May 26 at 6.30pm.

Tom Batchelor24 May 2021 08:14

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The Britons urged him not to travel to Spain as it would open doors for UK tourists

British people have been urged not to travel to Spain after Madrid opened its doors to visitors from the UK.

The country remains on the government’s “amber list”, meaning returnees will have to take Covid-19 tests and isolate themselves at home.

Trade Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan told Sky News: “The prime minister has determined that, at the moment, amber means” do not go unless there is an urgent reason for the family and so on “because we are still trying to slowly move our map to open in June. 21 and we want to do this consistently and carefully. “

He added: “We strongly believe that, obviously, amber numbers will be green over time” but “in the meantime, today, this means that amber countries have no security to go to”.

Samuel Osborne24 May 2021 07:49

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India is preparing for a storm in the midst of the epidemic

In preparation for the hurricane, India’s Odisha is preparing its Covid-19 hospitals for more electronic devices.

Officials have told officials to make sure hospitals are well ventilated and treated.

The Indian Meteorological Department has said that the storm is expected to cross the Odisha-West Bengal Sea around May 26 as a hurricane.

Akshita Jain24 May 2021 07:08

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India ‘is too late’ to buy vaccines, says a virologist

India has slowed down the process of buying more Covid-19 vaccines and may have fewer options, says Gagandeep Kang, a medical expert. NDTV in conversation.

Countries in India have stressed the need for vaccinations and some will be forced to stop vaccination. India has vaccinated only 3.8 percent of the population.

Dr Kang said the best way would be to connect with Indian manufacturers. “There are a number of manufacturers that are ready to develop vaccines that are in clinical trials. We do not have the results of their training, but why not make some money that puts their manufacturers at risk? ”He asked.

Akshita Jain24 May 2021 06:41

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Passengers pass the Covid-19 test by boarding trains in India

Passengers arriving in the Indian state of Assam rushed to the train station to avoid a proper Covid-19 test.

This happened at Jagiroad station in Assam. Rail officials said the group was more than expected, and now they are following people to test them.

Akshita Jain24 May 2021 06:26

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India is looking at WHO’s awareness on rural vaccines

The Government of India is said to be working to obtain Bharat Biotech Covaxin approval from the World Health Organization and the European Medicines Agency.

This comes amid reports that Indians who have been exposed to Covaxin will not be allowed to travel abroad because the vaccine is not part of the WHO Emergency Services.

Hinduism says the Indian Foreign Ministry was tasked with investigating the matter.

Akshita Jain24 May 2021 06:02

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India says it will not be able to receive the Covid-19 vaccine from Moderna

India’s Punjab states that the US company Moderna has refused to ship its Covid-19 vaccine and has said it will only work with the government.

Punjab, like several other countries in the country, has shown a decrease in doses in recent days. They were forced to suspend vaccinations in other major groups due to declining numbers.

Vikas Garg, an employee at Punjab, said the federal government had also appealed to vaccine manufacturers Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson and Sputnik, according to Reuters.

Akshita Jain24 May 2021 05:48

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The death toll in India at Covid-19 is over 300,000

The total number of deaths in India from Covid-19 has exceeded 300,000 after 4,454 deaths were recorded in the 24 hours ending Monday morning.

This makes India the third country after the US and Brazil recorded more than 300,000 people.

The number of cases daily increased by 222,315, bringing the number of cases to 26.75 million.

Experts say that the actual number of coronavirus cases and deaths could be much higher than legally registered.

Akshita Jain24 May 2021 05:39

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