Covid infections falling in England and Wales, says ONS

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Covid infections falling in England and Wales, says ONS
 

 
Covid infections have fallen in England and Wales, according to the Office for National Statistics.

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The ONS figures show levels have increased in Northern Ireland and the trend is uncertain in Scotland.

Overall about 1.9 million people have the virus, or one in 35 people. This down from 2 million, or one in 30, the week before.

But experts warn levels are still high in the over-70s and say vaccines are key.

Other viruses, including flu, are on the rise.

The ONS estimates of Covid infections are based on tests carried out a few weeks ago on people in households across the UK whether or not they have symptoms.

In the UK nations, Covid infected:

  • one in 35 people in England, from one in 30 the previous week
  • one in 40 in Wales, from one in 35 the week before
  • one in 30 in Northern Ireland, increasing from one in 35
  • one in 35 in Scotland – the same as the week before

National data shows the number of people being admitted to hospital with Covid is decreasing.

But experts are concerned there may be a « twindemic » of both Covid and flu this winter, with increasing levels of illness and pressures on the NHS, and say anyone offered vaccines should take them.

Overall, levels of flu are still low, but figures from the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) show infections have been rising in recent weeks with the virus now spreading across all age groups.

People aged 85 and over are most likely to be admitted to hospital with the virus.
 

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