Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, warned that the number of people infected with the new Corona virus has increased dramatically in the British capital compared to the first wave of the spread of the coronavirus in the United Kingdom capital. They are being treated in London hospitals for the emerging corona virus.
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Sadiq Khan said, in his tweet, that the rate of people who are now being treated in London hospitals is greater than the rate of those who received treatment in the first wave of the virus, saying: “This is about 2000 more than the first peak in April.” More people are infected.
This comes after the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, announced, yesterday, Friday, a state of emergency in the British capital after the escalation of cases of Coronavirus. Injured.
He said that the increasing infection rates: “puts tremendous pressure on the British National Health Service, which is already suffering from stress,” as the number of people using ventilators increased by 42 percent, from 640 to 908 in the week until January 6.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan commented on the decision of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson about imposing a national lockdown on England to contain the new Corona variable, that the rules should have been expanded to include wearing face masks in crowded outdoor areas and tightening controls at borders. A complete national lockdown was inevitable. “