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COVID-19: UK reports 7,738 new coronavirus cases and 12 other deaths | UK News

Another 7,738 coronavirus cases and 12 deaths have been recorded in the UK, according to the latest figures.

The number of new infections reported on Saturday is lower than Friday’s total of 8,125 – which was the highest since the end of February.

Another 202,846 first doses of COVID-19 vaccine were administered in the last 24-hour period, bringing the total to 41,291,331.

The number of second doses was 285,513, which means that 29,450,653 people are now fully vaccinated.

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it comes after Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted that the increase in the number of daily cases and the spread of the Delta (Indian) variant has made it less optimistic all coronavirus restrictions will be lifted in England on June 21.

The Daily Telegraph reported that the government will delay lifting the restrictions by four weeks, bringing the full unlock to July 19.

Speaking to Sky News political editor Beth Rigby at G7 summit in Cornwall, he said that it is “clear” that the Delta variant is “more transmissible” and that coronavirus cases and the number of people hospitalized is increasing.

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Boris Johnson said he was ready to be

“Just to cheer you up a bit more, what I can tell you is that the scientists agree on one thing – they don’t think there is any need to go back”, a- he declared.

“What we are seeing is, yes absolutely, an increase in cases, we are seeing an increase in hospitalizations.

“But the context has changed dramatically due to the large number of people vaccinated and in particular the elderly and vulnerable.

“So the goal now is to give this vaccination program the legs, the momentum, the speed it needs to fight the spread of the virus. And I have no doubt that we can.”

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