The UK’s 7-day Covid-19 infection rate currently reaches 397 per 100,000.
Deaths are also increasing, with a seven-day average of about 138, well below the January high of more than 1,300 deaths from Covid each week.
Currently, about 81% of patients over the age of 16 are vaccinated with both vaccines, which can keep the number of deaths relatively low.
The case is the highest in Scotland, with a 7-day infection rate of 819 per 100,000. Northern Ireland’s 7-day fare is 568, Wales’ fare is 545, and England’s fare is 343, the lowest.
Here’s how the cases are categorized across the country and where the UK’s major hotspots are.
The northeast is the most prevalent in England, followed by the East Midlands. Prices in London are the lowest.
The percentage per 100,000 people in each region is as follows.
- Northeast – 406
- East Midlands – 397
- Yorkshire and the Humber – 393
- Northwest – 380
- West Midlands – 360
- Southwest – 350
- Eastern England – 316
- Southeast – 309
- London – 257
Blackpool has the highest infection rate in the United Kingdom, with 607 cases per 100,000 people per week.
This is followed by Hull at 592 and Leicestershire at 507.
The lowest infection rates in the United Kingdom are in Westminster (201), Camden (205) and Islington (212) in London borough.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will announce Covid’s winter plans on Tuesday, explaining how the government will tackle the virus over the next few months.
He is expected to abolish some of the Coronavirus Act, but instead of focusing on vaccination instead, he resists the announcement of the winter blockade.
The 10 most affected regions of the UK are all in Scotland. West Dunbartonshire has the highest infection rate in the country at 1,324, followed by North Lanarkshire at 1,203 and Inverclyde at 1,150.
Glasgow has a 7-day infection rate of 1,039 and Edinburgh has an infection rate of 724, but the latest figures show that more than 1,000 people are currently hospitalized in Covid-19 in Scotland.
Everyone in Scotland had the opportunity to be fully vaccinated. Health Minister Humza Yusuf urged people to “do not leave half-finished work” and take a second dose.
The highest infection rate in Wales is Mercertideville, which now reaches 786 per 100,000. Swansea’s rate is 728, while Cardiff’s rate is 436.
Welsh Prime Minister Mark Drakeford said he hopes the country can avoid another blockade despite the rise in incidents.
He said on Friday: “Wales has been on alert level 0 for six weeks, which means that any company can open a business, and since the pandemic began, there have always been fewer legal restrictions on controlling the coronavirus. An important message to emphasize today is that this does not mean that the virus is gone. “
He added that the Welsh government will discuss the possibility of introducing vaccine passports in several places this week.
Northern Ireland has the highest prevalence in the west, with 752 cases per 100,000 in Pharmana and Omar and 747 cases in Derry City and Stravain. Belfast has an infection rate of 517.
The chairman of Staumont’s school board is calling for a review of school ventilation amid high infection rates.
Chris Little said on Monday: “Schools also need more clearly communicated and effective student testing, tracing, and quarantine. That is, tracing must be proportional and testing must be available.”