COVID-19 News: UK Has Lost Control of The Virus
After the UK logged its largest 24-hour spear in coronavirus epidemic cases since 23 May, a primary health expert has argued ministers have lost control over the virus.
India Passes Brazil to Become the Second Worst-Hit Country
In the UK as of 9 am on Sunday, government data revealed there were further 2,988 verified cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 347,152. Meanwhile, with more than 4.2 million people infected with the virus after reporting further 90,802 daily cases, India has surpassed Brazil to develop the second worst-hit country by the virus.
Matt Hancock urged younger people to follow the social distancing measures seriously, saying that under-25s, especially those aged 17 to 21, accounted for a large number of positive COVID-19 incidents.
Younger people could even now have a serious infection and could throw on infection to more helpless people, said Matt Hancock while talking on LBC radio.
He added, ‘It is vital for each person to wash their hands, to follow social distancing. Also, cover your face with face masks when suitable and stay two meters apart where appropriate. We will act if people organize public events that are totally unacceptable, sadly, in a time of COVID-19 crisis.’
The health secretary added, ‘In Spain, since the middle of July, the figure of hospitalizations has progressed up by 14 times. In France, over the last month or so, the number of people in hospital has also multiplied.’
When asked if people were not following the rules ‘Matt Hancock’ added, ‘We definitely look at cases where they are not, and then we take suitable action.’
Matt Hancock exclaimed that numerous incidents in Bolton were correlated to a single pub, which has been demanded to close down. Administration records revealed there was a spike in confirmed cases of coronavirus bringing the total to a whole another level.
The Philippines Reports the Lowest Daily Cases to Rise in Almost Eight Weeks
The Philippines, with its lowest possible total of new daily coronavirus cases in almost eight weeks, has registered 1,383 new COVID-19 infections.
There were 15 latest fatalities, stated the country’s health ministry, carrying its total coronavirus casualties to 3,890. The Philippines, with 238,727 confirmed cases, has the highest COVID-19 illnesses in Southeast Asia.
Reuters reports, quoting a deteriorating epidemic of COVID-19 in the nation, Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has pulled out of the first event of her voting crusade.
On Sunday, the Southeast Asian country registered 100 new-found COVID-19 cases, the biggest daily surge ever since identifying its first virus in March.
Ms. Suu Kyi was ready to visit the district where she is pursuing re-election in the marketable capital of Yangon on Tuesday.
Although she disclosed in a live Facebook broadcast that the health minister had instructed her to terminate the trip. Because last week, a participant of the workforce at Suu Kyi’s lakeside home in Yangon tested positive for the coronavirus, to which she stated she felt terrible to learn about the news.