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Newest coronavirus information as of 5pm on 30 July

Analysis suggests covid-19 hospital admissions amongst pregnant girls within the UK are rising

England’s chief midwifery officer Jacqueline Dunkley-Bent is urging pregnant women to get vaccinated against covid-19, as new analysis signifies that covid-19 hospital admissions amongst pregnant girls are rising and that they could face an elevated danger from the delta variant of the coronavirus. “Vaccines save lives, and that is one other stark reminder that the covid-19 jab can maintain you, your child and your family members secure and out of hospital,” stated Dunkley-Bent in a statement on 30 July. 

A preliminary study led by Marian Knight on the College of Oxford, which analysed knowledge from 194 hospitals within the UK, discovered that 3371 pregnant girls had been admitted to hospital with covid-19 signs between 1 March 2020 and 11 July 2021. Knight and her colleagues discovered that the severity of sickness worsened with every wave of the UK’s epidemic – 24 per cent of pregnant girls admitted to hospital with covid-19 signs throughout the UK’s first wave of infections had reasonable or extreme illness, in contrast with 36 per cent throughout the second wave when the alpha variant of coronavirus grew to become dominant and 45 per cent when the delta variant grew to become dominant. 

“It is vitally regarding that admissions of pregnant girls to hospital with covid-19 are rising and that pregnant girls look like extra severely affected by the delta variant,” stated Knight in a press release.

Information from 1 February to 11 July this yr reveals that, out of 742 pregnant girls admitted with covid-19 signs throughout this era, solely 4 had acquired a single dose of a covid-19 vaccine and none had been totally vaccinated. Because of this greater than 99 per cent of pregnant girls hospitalised with covid-19 throughout this era had been unvaccinated. Among the many common inhabitants, about 60 per cent of these admitted to hospital with covid-19 are unvaccinated. 

In April, the UK’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation advised that pregnant girls must be supplied covid-19 vaccines, ideally the Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna jabs. However whereas this cleared the way in which to providing the vaccine throughout being pregnant, a lot official guidance has stopped wanting explicitly recommending it. 

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An estimated one in 65 people in England had covid-19 within the week to 24 July, up from one in 75 the previous week, based on the newest outcomes of a random swab testing survey by the Workplace for Nationwide Statistics. Equal estimates for Wales and Northern Eire had been one in 210 folks and one in 170 folks, respectively – each will increase in comparison with the earlier week. In Scotland, an estimated one in 110 folks had the virus in the latest week, down from one in 80 the earlier week.

Israel has started offering third doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech covid-19 vaccine to folks over the age of 60, in an effort to deal with an increase in instances of the delta coronavirus variant. “Findings present that there’s a decline within the physique’s immunity over time. The purpose of the supplementary dose is to construct it up once more,” Israel’s prime minister Naftali Bennett told a news conference on 29 July.

Japan is extending a state of emergency in Tokyo, which is at the moment internet hosting the Olympics amid surging coronavirus instances, and increasing it to surrounding areas in addition to to town of Osaka. The emergency measures embody lowered hours at sure venues, reminiscent of eating places and karaoke bars, and can stay in place till 31 August.

China is testing all residents in the city of Nanjing for coronavirus as nearly 200 folks have examined optimistic in a brand new outbreak.

Coronavirus deaths

The worldwide covid-19 dying toll has handed 4.2 million. The variety of confirmed instances is greater than 196.7 million, based on Johns Hopkins University, although the true variety of instances will likely be a lot greater. In keeping with Our World In Data, 2.19 billion folks globally have acquired not less than one dose of a covid-19 vaccine.

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Earlier updates

A Covid vaccination centre in London, London, England.

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29 July

“Essential to stay cautious” as each day new coronavirus instances rise within the UK, says well being minister

Day by day new coronavirus instances within the UK increased for the second consecutive day to 31,117 on 29 July, up from the 27,734 new instances the day prior to this. These current rises have reversed a seven-day pattern of declining each day case numbers. “It could possibly be the very first indicators of accelerating infections in response to the ending of restrictions on 19 July,” stated Simon Clarke on the College of Studying in a statement on 28 July. Nonetheless, Clarke stated it’s nonetheless too early to understand how the pattern in UK instances would possibly progress. “It’s all the time unwise to pin an excessive amount of significance on just a few days’ knowledge.” 

Throughout a go to to a vaccination centre in west London on 28 July, UK health minister Sajid Javid said “relating to case numbers nobody actually is aware of the place they’re going to go subsequent”, including, “I believe it’s essential to stay cautious”. On 6 July, Javid warned that instances within the UK could rise to 100,000 per day after the lifting of most coronavirus restrictions in England.  

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Variations between youngsters’s and adults’ immune responses to coronavirus infection might assist clarify why children usually seem to get less severely ill with covid-19. Sophie Valkenburg on the College of Hong Kong and colleagues in contrast the immune responses in 24 youngsters and 45 adults who examined optimistic for the coronavirus. They discovered that the youngsters had much less activation of coronavirus-specific T-cells – immune cells that can target and destroy virus-infected cells – in comparison with adults. The kids additionally had decrease ranges of antibodies in opposition to beta-coronaviruses, the household of viruses that features the coronavirus that causes covid-19. The researchers conclude that lowered immune responses in youngsters might clarify why they have a tendency to expertise milder illness than adults, since overzealous immune responses can contribute to severe covid-19. The research is revealed within the journal Nature Communications.

All civilian federal employees will need to be vaccinated against covid-19 or face common testing and different hygiene necessities, US president Joe Biden is predicted to announce on 29 July. New York governor Andrew Cuomo introduced comparable guidelines for the state on 28 July, saying that state employees would be required to show proof of vaccination or take weekly coronavirus exams ranging from 6 September. California additionally lately introduced plans to require vaccinations for state workers. Virtually half of all people in the US are fully vaccinated in opposition to covid-19, nevertheless the vaccination fee has slowed in current months and coronavirus cases in the country have been rising.

Japan reported 10,699 new coronavirus cases on 29 July, the very best each day improve within the nation for the reason that pandemic started. The capital Tokyo, the place the Olympics are at the moment happening, reported a file improve for town of 3865 new instances on the identical day, up from 3177 on 28 July and from 1979 every week earlier. “We now have by no means skilled the growth of the infections of this magnitude,” Japan’s chief cupboard secretary Katsunobu Kato instructed journalists on 29 July.

Coronavirus deaths
The worldwide covid-19 dying toll has handed 4.18 million. The variety of confirmed instances is greater than 196 million, based on Johns Hopkins University, although the true variety of instances will likely be a lot greater. In keeping with Our World In Data, 2.17 billion folks globally have acquired not less than one dose of a covid-19 vaccine.

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Coronavirus variants: Nations such because the UK which are partially vaccinated and still have excessive charges of an infection discover themselves in a harmful zone through which immunity-escaping covid-19 variants are almost definitely to emerge.

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Travellers at Heathrow airport in London, England, 8 June 2021.

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28 July

UK proclaims quarantine exemption for all vaccinated travellers arriving in England from the EU or US 

All totally vaccinated folks arriving in England from the EU or US will soon be exempt from quarantine, the BBC reported on 28 July. At present, totally vaccinated individuals who had been vaccinated within the UK don’t have to quarantine when coming back from nations on England’s amber list – which incorporates the US and most EU nations – aside from France. However beneath new guidelines coming into drive at 04.00 BST on 2 August, folks vaccinated within the EU or US may even be exempt from quarantine in England. Totally vaccinated folks travelling to England from France will nonetheless have to quarantine. In a tweet on 28 July, transport minister Grant Shapps stated travellers would nonetheless have to take coronavirus exams earlier than they arrive and on their second day in England. It isn’t but clear whether or not guidelines may even change for folks travelling to Scotland, Wales or Northern Eire. 

UK prime minister Boris Johnson stated that plans to carry the requirement for totally vaccinated folks to self-isolate if certainly one of their contacts exams optimistic for the coronavirus would go ahead on 16 August. “August the sixteenth is nailed on, there’s by no means been any query of a evaluation date for August the sixteenth,” Johnson instructed LBC on 28 July.

Different coronavirus information

An evaluation of research assessing the effectiveness of the anti-parasitic drug ivermectin discovered that the available evidence doesn’t support its use for treatment or prevention of covid-19 outdoors of scientific trials. The evaluation, revealed within the Cochrane Database of Systematic Evaluations, reviewed 14 research, together with 1678 members, which in contrast ivermectin to no therapy, placebo or commonplace care. In a statement, Stephen Evans on the London College of Hygiene and Tropical Drugs stated the evaluation confirms beforehand issued recommendation from the World Well being Group and different well being our bodies. “Any profit at any stage of the illness course of from an infection to prevention of dying would require giant carefully-conducted randomised trials. Such trials are beneath manner now,” stated Evans.

Folks dwelling in areas of the US experiencing substantial or excessive ranges of coronavirus transmission are being advised to wear face masks indoors, no matter whether or not or not they’ve been vaccinated. The US Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention introduced the updated guidance on 26 July, citing the necessity to maximise safety in opposition to the extremely transmissible delta variant of the coronavirus.

Thailand has begun transporting some covid-19 patients out of the capital Bangkok on sleeper trains in an effort to carry stress on hospitals within the metropolis as coronavirus instances proceed to surge. On 26 July, the primary prepare left Bangkok transporting asymptomatic folks or these with delicate signs to their house cities in north-east Thailand. There have been 16,533 new instances and 133 deaths reported throughout Thailand on 27 July. 

Coronavirus deaths
The worldwide covid-19 dying toll has handed 4.17 million. The variety of confirmed instances is greater than 195.4 million, based on Johns Hopkins University, although the true variety of instances will likely be a lot greater. In keeping with Our World In Data, 2.15 billion folks globally have acquired not less than one dose of a covid-19 vaccine.

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Ambulance employees with a affected person outdoors the Royal London hospital in London, England.

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27 July

Rising covid-19 hospitalisations, lengthy covid instances and a major care backlog are placing stress on well being providers in England, say well being leaders

Well being leaders in England have warned that the nation’s health service is as stretched now as it was during the peak of the second wave of the coronavirus epidemic in January. NHS suppliers, a membership organisation for NHS trusts in England, stated “the NHS is at the moment grappling with a really tough mixture of pressures”, together with rising covid-19 hospitalisations and long covid instances, a major care backlog and numerous employees self-isolating resulting from current rises in neighborhood instances in England.

“Many belief chief executives are saying that the general degree of stress they’re now experiencing is, though very totally different in form, much like the stress they noticed in January of this yr when the NHS was beneath the best stress in a era,” NHS suppliers said in a letter despatched to UK prime minister Boris Johnson and different ministers, on 26 July. The letter referred to as for extra authorities funding for the well being service with a view to release hospital beds, tackle the backlog of sufferers and broaden emergency departments and ambulance capability forward of winter.

The variety of hospital beds in England occupied by confirmed covid-19 sufferers elevated from 1998 on 6 July to 4401 on 23 July, NHS suppliers stated. “Given the lag between an infection and hospital admission charges and the probably influence of the relief of restrictions on July nineteenth, it appears cheap to imagine these numbers are more likely to improve additional,” stated the letter.

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There have been 218 deaths from covid-19 in England and Wales within the week to 16 July, up from 183 the previous week, based on the newest figures from the Workplace for Nationwide Statistics. The newest determine is the very best variety of covid-19 deaths recorded throughout the 2 nations since the week to 23 April, when 260 deaths had been recorded. Throughout the UK as an entire, each day new coronavirus instances have been falling in recent days, nevertheless there’s a time lag between instances and ensuing hospitalisations and deaths. “The impact of vaccines is vastly lowering the chance of hospitalisations and dying,” Neil Ferguson at Imperial Faculty London, told the BBC. “I’m optimistic that by late September or October time we will likely be trying again at many of the pandemic,” stated Ferguson. 

Hospitals in Thailand are under growing pressure amid a current surge of coronavirus instances. On 27 July, authorities within the capital Bangkok introduced plans to convert 15 disused railway carriages into a 240-bed isolation ward for covid-19 sufferers. Coronavirus instances in Thailand have been rising sharply since mid-June and on 26 July there have been 14,150 new each day instances reported – up from 7970 new instances reported two weeks earlier.

Tokyo noticed a record increase in daily new coronavirus cases of 2848 on 27 July. Instances within the metropolis, which is at the moment internet hosting the Olympics, have been rising for the previous eight days. Olympics organisers reported 16 new coronavirus instances on 26 July, together with three athletes, bringing the overall variety of instances linked to the occasion to 148 since 1 July, Reuters reported.

Coronavirus deaths
The worldwide covid-19 dying toll has handed 4.17 million. The variety of confirmed instances is greater than 194.8 million, based on Johns Hopkins University, although the true variety of instances will likely be a lot greater. In keeping with Our World In Data, 2.14 billion folks globally have acquired not less than one dose of a covid-19 vaccine.

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Pedestrians in central London on July 26, 2021.

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26 July

As each day UK instances fall, scientists say it’s too quickly to find out the total influence of lifted restrictions in England on the UK’s epidemic

Day by day new coronavirus cases in the UK fell for the sixth consecutive day on 26 July. There have been 24,950 new instances reported on 26 July, the bottom each day variety of new instances since 4 July. Nonetheless, James Naismith on the College of Oxford stated that extra knowledge is required to grasp how the UK’s epidemic would possibly progress. “Day by day ups or downs within the numbers has little worth in understanding illness development,” stated Naismith in a statement.

The most recent figures from the UK’s Office for National Statistics point out that coronavirus infections elevated in all 4 of the UK’s nations throughout the week to 17 July. “It’s far too early, on 26 July, every week after restrictions [in England] had been lifted, to know the influence of the ultimate lifting of these restrictions,” said Jeremy Farrar, a member of the UK authorities’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies, throughout a Q&A on the Institute for Authorities in London.

A spokesperson for UK prime minister Boris Johnson stated that whereas “any discount in instances is encouraging”, Johnson “has confused many occasions earlier than that the pandemic just isn’t over and we’re not out of the woods but”. 

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Virtually 60 medical teams, together with the American Medical Affiliation and the American Academy of Pediatrics, are calling for the US to make covid-19 vaccination mandatory for US healthcare workers. “Because of the current covid-19 surge and the supply of secure and efficient vaccines, our well being care organizations and societies advocate that each one healthcare and long-term care employers require their employees to obtain the Covid-19 vaccine,” the teams stated in a joint assertion shared with the Washington Publish.

France’s parliament approved a law requiring people to have a health pass, displaying that they’re both totally vaccinated in opposition to covid-19, have recovered from the illness or have a current adverse coronavirus take a look at, with a view to enter bars, eating places, trains, planes and another public venues from the beginning of August. The regulation initially applies to all adults however will apply to everybody aged 12 and above from 30 September. Vaccinations will likely be necessary for healthcare employees who’re medically capable of obtain the vaccine, with those that don’t comply risking suspension if they don’t seem to be totally vaccinated by 15 September.

A survey of greater than 5000 adults in England carried out by Public Well being England discovered that 41 per cent said they had gained weight for the reason that nation’s first coronavirus lockdown in March 2020. “The previous sixteen months have brought on many to alter their habits, so it isn’t a shock to see so many individuals reporting weight acquire,” stated Alison Tedstone, chief nutritionist at Public Well being England, in a statement

Coronavirus deaths
The worldwide covid-19 dying toll has handed 4.16 million. The variety of confirmed instances is greater than 194.3 million, based on Johns Hopkins University, although the true variety of instances will likely be a lot greater. In keeping with Our World In Data, 2.12 billion folks globally have acquired not less than one dose of a covid-19 vaccine.

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A member of the general public receives the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine.

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23 July

Longer interval between first and second Pfizer/BioNTech jabs might enhance antibody responses

A preliminary research discovered {that a} longer gap between the first and second doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech covid-19 vaccine might enhance the immune response. The research measured coronavirus antibody responses in 503 healthcare employees in England who acquired two doses of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine at totally different intervals in late 2020 and early 2021, at a time when the alpha coronavirus variant was turning into dominant. They in contrast a three-week hole and a 10-week hole between the primary and second shot, and located that those that had the longer interval between the 2 generated extra neutralising antibodies, which may bind the virus and cease it from infecting cells. 

Given the present dominance of the extremely transmissible delta coronavirus variant, Susanna Dunachie on the College of Oxford, who was concerned within the research, instructed the BBC that an eight-week interval could also be finest to make sure folks can get totally vaccinated as rapidly as potential with out compromising immunity. “Eight weeks is concerning the candy spot for me, as a result of folks do wish to get the 2 vaccine [doses] and there’s a lot of delta on the market proper now,” stated Dunachie. 

The UK authorities extended the dosing gap for the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine to 12 weeks in December 2020, however on 15 July NHS England introduced it could begin asking folks to bring forward their second covid-19 vaccine to eight weeks if potential.

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Coronavirus infections are rising in all 4 of the UK’s nations, based on the newest outcomes of a random swab testing survey by the Office for National Statistics. An estimated one in 75 folks in England had covid-19 within the week as much as 17 July, up from one in 95 the earlier week. Equal estimates for Scotland, Northern Eire and Wales within the week as much as 10 July had been one in 80 folks, one in 170 folks and one in 210 folks, respectively.

New Zealand introduced it’s closing its travel bubble with all of Australia for not less than two months, as a lot of states in Australia are experiencing outbreaks of the delta coronavirus variant. The journey bubble allowed folks to journey between Australia and New Zealand with out quarantining on arrival. Qantas and Air New Zealand stated that from 31 July most Australia-New Zealand providers could be cancelled, Reuters reported.

The European Union’s medicines regulator approved the Moderna covid-19 vaccine for use in children aged 12 and above. The Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine was authorised within the EU to be used in youngsters aged 12 and older in Might.

Preliminary data from Israel’s health ministry suggests the Pfizer/BioNTech covid-19 vaccine is much less efficient at stopping coronavirus an infection and symptomatic covid-19 brought on by the delta coronavirus variant than it’s for different variants. Nonetheless, whereas the vaccine was discovered to be simply 40 per cent efficient in opposition to an infection and symptomatic illness resulting from delta, it remained 91.4 per cent efficient at stopping extreme covid-19. 

Coronavirus deaths
The worldwide covid-19 dying toll has handed 4.13 million. The variety of confirmed instances is greater than 192.7 million, based on Johns Hopkins University, although the true variety of instances will likely be a lot greater. In keeping with Our World In Data, 2.09 billion folks globally have acquired not less than one dose of a covid-19 vaccine.

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An emergency ambulance passes a big Please Take Your Covid Vaccine When Provided LED roadside signal.

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22 July

Weekly coronavirus instances and alerts by the NHS Covid-19 app in England are each on the rise

Coronavirus infections are persevering with to rise in England, with a record number of people receiving alerts from the NHS Covid-19 app telling them to self-isolate. In keeping with the latest figures from NHS Test and Trace, 259,265 folks examined optimistic for the coronavirus in England within the week as much as 14 July – a rise of 33 per cent from the earlier week and the very best weekly determine recorded for the reason that week as much as 20 January. In the identical week, the variety of folks alerted by the NHS Covid-19 app in England and Wales elevated by 16.8 per cent, hitting 618,903 within the week to 14 July – the very best weekly determine recorded to this point. 

UK companies, together with supermarkets and retailers, in addition to police forces, are reporting employees shortages. UK enterprise minister Kwasi Kwarteng instructed the BBC on 22 July that the federal government would launch a narrow list of jobs in which fully vaccinated people would be exempt from self-isolating.

“The explanation that so many individuals are receiving notifications is straightforward, we’ve a extremely transmissible virus that’s being allowed to unfold all through the nation with the naked minimal of mitigation,” stated Stephen Griffin on the College of Leeds within the UK, in a statement. Griffin was certainly one of greater than 1200 scientists who backed a letter published in the journal the Lancet criticising the UK authorities’s plan to lift most coronavirus restrictions on 19 July regardless of rising instances.

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China rejected a World Well being Group (WHO) plan for a second phase of an investigation into the origin of the coronavirus pandemic, together with investigation of the likelihood that the virus escaped from a laboratory within the Chinese language metropolis of Wuhan, Reuters reported on 22 July. The second section of investigation proposed by the WHO included audits of laboratories and markets in Wuhan. Zeng Yixin, vice minister of China’s nationwide well being fee instructed reporters that the WHO plan “in some points, disregards widespread sense and defies science”. Final week, WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus stated it was premature to rule out the possibility that the virus leaked from a laboratory and urged China to cooperate with the WHO’s investigation.

US president Joe Biden stated that children under 12 may be able to get vaccinated in opposition to covid-19 within the nation by the tip of August on the earliest. Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna each began trials of their covid-19 vaccines in children beneath 12 in March, with outcomes anticipated within the coming months. On 21 July, Biden instructed a city corridor in Ohio that his expectation was that “a while, possibly to start with of the college yr, on the finish of August, starting of September, October, you’ll get a remaining approval” for vaccinating youngsters.

Coronavirus deaths
The worldwide covid-19 dying toll has handed 4.12 million. The variety of confirmed instances is greater than 192.1 million, based on Johns Hopkins University, although the true variety of instances will likely be a lot greater. In keeping with Our World In Data, 2.08 billion folks globally have acquired not less than one dose of a covid-19 vaccine.

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