British Government’s Emergency Scientific Advisory Group: The UK’s COVID-19 infection coefficient has dropped below
The British Government’s Emergency Scientific Advisory Group, which is responsible for advising the British government on epidemic response policy, confirmed on the 27th local time that the UK’s COVID-19 infection coefficient R has dropped to between 0.9 and 1; this means that the total number of infected people in the UK has begun to shrink.
The last time the virus transmission coefficient statistics were between 1 and 1.1 as of November 20 a week ago.
Due to the second round of strict control measures implemented by the United Kingdom, statistics from the United Kingdom Department of Health and Social Security show that in the seven days before the 26th, the number of new confirmed cases in the United Kingdom decreased by 41,755, or 25.6%, compared with the total number of the previous seven days; but the number of new deaths and hospitalizations in the same period remained high. and continues to increase.