#COVID19 infection rates increased in England and Scotland in the week ending 10 July 2021.— Office for National Statistics (ONS) (@ONS) July 16, 2021
In Northern Ireland and Wales the trend was uncertain, but rates in N. Ireland have increased in the last two weeks.
England has rates last seen in February 2021 https://t.co/Ceo5LO9v4d pic.twitter.com/3a6ijpqkUq
The #COVID19 positivity rate has continued to increase in England, now at levels last seen in February.— Office for National Statistics (ONS) (@ONS) July 16, 2021
Our COVID-19 insights interactive tool combines the latest trends and data around COVID-19 from the ONS, Joint Biosecurity Centre and @PHE_uk https://t.co/0nGUiJIw8V pic.twitter.com/dwWvqH14UK
50,000+ daily Covid cases. 500,000+ self-isolating. Hospitalisations & deaths rising sharply.— Zarah Sultana MP (@zarahsultana) July 17, 2021
Yet the Tories are pressing ahead with the “bonfire” of restrictions on Monday. Global health experts have called this an “unethical experiment”.
This reckless plan must be abandoned.
This morning I tested positive for Covid. I’m waiting for my PCR result, but thankfully I have had my jabs and symptoms are mild.— Sajid Javid (@sajidjavid) July 17, 2021
Please make sure you come forward for your vaccine if you haven’t already. pic.twitter.com/NJYMg2VGzT
Fantastic to visit Aashna House care home today. I’m not just the Health Secretary – I’m the Social Care Secretary too and I’m determined to do all I can for staff, residents and families across the country. pic.twitter.com/VChWOXVs6R— Sajid Javid (@sajidjavid) July 13, 2021
For the record, I believe Johnson’s decision to force through the withdrawal of Covid regulations on Monday to be an act of criminal folly that will cost many lives and with the rise of long Covid will cause serious harm to hundreds of thousands of members of our community.— John McDonnell MP (@johnmcdonnellMP) July 17, 2021
Today the Government unleashes its dangerous strategy of deliberately allowing millions more people to get Covid.— Richard Burgon MP (@RichardBurgon) July 19, 2021
The government must be held to account for the wave of deaths, hospitalisations, Long Covid cases and economic damage this will cause.
This is on them.