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COVID-19: UK Reports Over 30,000 New Cases amidst 104 Deaths.

The UK has recorded 29,612 new COVID-19 cases and 104 additional Covid related passings in the most recent 24-hour time frame, as per the most recent government figures.

A further 37,511 people have received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine, while another 151,143 are now double jabbed.
A further 37,511 people have received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine, while another 151,143 are now double jabbed.

The statistics contrast with the 23,510 contaminations and 146 Covid-related fatalities reported on Tuesday, the highest number of COVID-19 deaths on a day-by-day basis since 175 on March 12th.

In the meantime, 37,511 people received their first dose of COVID-19 antibody, bringing the total to 47,129,400. (89.1 percent of the grown-up populace).

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In addition, 151,143 people were jabbed a second time, resulting in 39,839,709 people(75.3%) receiving double portion of the Coronavirus Vaccine.

Health Secretary Sajid Javid said plans are in progress for autumn booster jabs despite the fact that Professor Adam Finn, of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization, demonstrated they would be for a generally modest number of individuals.

“We’ve been asked to advise as to who might receive a booster if it proves necessary to give boosters,” he told BBC Breakfast.

“I think it’s becoming quite clear that there are a small group of people whose immune responses to the first two doses are likely to be inadequate – people who’ve got immunosuppression of one kind or another, perhaps because they’ve got immunodeficiency or they’ve been receiving treatment for cancer or bone marrow transplants or organ transplants, that kind of thing.”

Professor Finn also said that due to a small number of serious cases in the age group the vaccine rollout has extended to 16 and 17 years of age.

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