Professor Chris White says he is not sure the country will return to normal in the case of the corona virus early next spring.
“Getting back to normal is going to take a very long time and I would definitely be surprised if we see the status quo of most of us before the epidemic before next spring,” he told a conference today. ۔ ” .
The Chief Medical Officer of England urged the nation to reduce the rates of infection and suppress hell for the skin.
And he warned at a conference on Tuesday that after Boris Johnson announced his plans to lift almost all sanctions in England on July 19, young people in particular could be affected by the syndrome.
Professor White, one of the leading experts on the corona virus response, said he expects those who contract the delta variable to be affected by the long code at rates equal to the previous strain.
Predicting a difficult winter, he said the rising rate of cases would mean that more uncontrollable people face the disorder, which is defined by symptoms lasting more than four weeks. Is.
“Since there is a lot of quaid at the moment and its rates are going up, I have to say with regret that I think we get a long amount of quaid, especially among the young people where the coordination rates are very low. Will go Discussion on health at the annual conference of the Local Government Association.
“Basically, I think there are two ways to prevent tall coyotes: keep coyote rates right and make sure everyone is vaccinated so they have a very mild disease and I think That we really need to push the hell out of them both.
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“I think there are fewer deaths in this wave than in previous ones with compassionate deaths from coyotes, while coyotes have been around for a long time in terms of proportion, I think, that’s a concern. “
Recent figures from the Office for National Statistics show that 385,000 people in the UK have experienced long-term covidosis for at least a year.
An estimated 962,000 people tested the long code in the four weeks from June 6 to June 6.
Fatigue was a common symptom, followed by shortness of breath, muscle aches and difficulty concentrating.
Professor Whitty added in his initial warnings that the NHS has dealt with respiratory illnesses in the winter, as well as the resumption of the corona virus.
“It will take a long time to get back to normal and I would definitely be surprised if most of us see stagnation before the epidemic before next spring,” he said.
“Because I think we’ve got this current wave, hopefully it’ll be followed by a period of silent cowardice, and then the possibility of winter, especially for the NHS, quite a bit, and then next season. It will be in the spring. ” I’m hoping for a little more in an expected pattern. “