analyze. The UK could have up to two million new cases in the summer
An analysis of the British newspaper The Guardian is over Up to two million people could be infected with the new coronavirus in the UK this summer.
Currently, less than 29,000 cases are confirmed per day in the UK per day, but authorities expect the numbers to increase as of July 19, to reach 50,000.
By the end of the summer, they could reach 100,000 new cases per day, an unprecedented number in the country, according to the Guardian, noting that at the height of the epidemic, in late December, the United Kingdom did not exceed 81,000 cases.
Even assuming the numbers will never reach these values, and that by July 19 there will be an average of 35,000 cases per day and by August 16, 60,000 cases, The Guardian forecasts more than two million cases. New condition during summer.
This means that at least ten million people will have to remain in isolation, a situation that will have an impact on healthcare institutions as well as the economy.
This Tuesday, 28,773 new cases and 37 deaths from Covid-19 were confirmed in the UK, bringing the total to 4958868 cases and 128,268 deaths.
UK Daily Report on Coronavirus (COVID-19) Tuesday 6 July.
28,773 new cases (people positive) were reported, giving a total of 4,958,868 cases.
37 new deaths were reported, for a total of 128,268. pic.twitter.com/z12oBBjme5
– UK COVID-19 (@UKCovid19Stats) 6 July 2021
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