On October 23, local time, according to a statistical report issued by the UK National Bureau of Statistics, during the week from October 10 to October 16
approximately 35,200 people in England were infected with the new crown virus every day, which was higher than the daily average of the previous week. An increase of about 7000 people. The report shows that in September, 9.6% of the population in
England tested positive for the new crown antibody, which means that these people have been infected by the new crown virus. The London area has the highest probability of being positive for antibodies.
The report said that in the past two weeks, COVID-19 infection rates have been increasing in all age groups, with the elderly and young people having the highest infection rates. (Headquarters reporter Hou Maohua)