January 28, 2023

Covid hospitalizations in England have increased by a third, official data revealed today after the NHS was put on alert for the “worst outbreak of winter flu in years”.

Figures from the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) show 965 coronavirus patients were admitted on Monday, up from 724 the week before.

And separate figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed today that there were 1.1 million infected with the virus on any given day of the week up to December 5.

It was the first time that cases had exceeded 1 million since November 1 and it was 16% more than the 941,700 registered the previous week.

Figures from the National Statistics Office (ONS) showed today that there were 1.1 million infected with the virus on a given day of the week up to December 5. recorded last week

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) shows 965 coronavirus patients were admitted on Monday, up from 724 the week before.

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) shows 965 coronavirus patients were admitted on Monday, up from 724 the week before.

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) shows 965 coronavirus patients were admitted on Monday, up from 724 the week before.

The number of Covid patients in English hospitals rose to 6,720 on Wednesday, up 22% from the 5,501 in beds the previous week.

The number of Covid patients in English hospitals rose to 6,720 on Wednesday, up 22% from the 5,501 in beds the previous week.

The number of Covid patients in English hospitals rose to 6,720 on Wednesday, up 22% from the 5,501 in beds the previous week.

But the number of coronavirus patients in intensive care is not that high, with 150 on mechanical ventilation beds on the same day.  It was up more than a quarter for a quarter from the 119 registered a week earlier.

But the number of coronavirus patients in intensive care is not that high, with 150 on mechanical ventilation beds on the same day.  It was up more than a quarter for a quarter from the 119 registered a week earlier.

But the number of coronavirus patients in intensive care is not that high, with 150 on mechanical ventilation beds on the same day. It was up more than a quarter for a quarter from the 119 registered a week earlier.

The figures are the latest sign that the flu is becoming more and more prevalent among the population.

The figures are the latest sign that the flu is becoming more and more prevalent among the population.

The figures are the latest sign that the flu is becoming more and more prevalent among the population.

As covid cases and admissions soar, Britain is being hit with a separate ‘nami-flu’ which has seen hospitalizations for the winter virus outpace coronavirus.

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Experts warn that increased mixing indoors due to cold weather is causing more people to contract illnesses like flu, covid and other winter viruses.

Downing Street urged Britons to get a flu shot as the number of hospitalizations rose eight times higher than expected at this time of year.

The prime minister’s spokesman said: “We are seeing higher levels of flu circulating this year and as of this week hospital admissions for flu are higher than for covid.”

The number of covid patients in English hospitals rose to 6,720 on Wednesday, up 22% from the 5,501 in beds the week before.

But the number of coronavirus patients in intensive care is not that high, with 150 on mechanical ventilation beds on the same day.

It was up more than a quarter for a quarter from the 119 registered a week earlier.

The Covid hospital admission data includes patients who were admitted for different ailments and tested positive for the virus.

But virus patients still have to be isolated in hospitals, putting pressure on struggling departments that have special staff shortages on strike days.

Meanwhile, today’s ONS data shows Covid cases continuing to rise across all four UK nations.

Infections rose 14 percent to 100,700 in Scotland, 29 percent to 55,900 in Wales and 5 percent to 38,700 in Northern Ireland.

In England, covid was most prevalent in adults aged 25 to 34, with 2.9 per cent infected on any given day during the week.

They are followed by people from 35 to 49 years of age (2.5%), from 11 to 16 (2.4%) and over 50 years of age (1.9).

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Children in elementary school had the lowest infection rate, falling to 1.4 percent.

Regionally, the east of England and London had the most infections, with 2.3 per cent of people in both areas having covid.

Meanwhile, today's ONS data shows Covid cases continuing to rise across all four UK nations.

Meanwhile, today's ONS data shows Covid cases continuing to rise across all four UK nations.

Meanwhile, today’s ONS data shows Covid cases continuing to rise across all four UK nations.

In England, covid was most prevalent in adults aged 25 to 34, with 2.9 per cent infected on any given day during the week.  They are followed by people from 35 to 49 years old (2.5%), from 11 to 16 (2.4%) and over 50 years of age (1.9%).

In England, covid was most prevalent in adults aged 25 to 34, with 2.9 per cent infected on any given day during the week.  They are followed by people from 35 to 49 years old (2.5%), from 11 to 16 (2.4%) and over 50 years of age (1.9%).

In England, covid was most prevalent in adults aged 25 to 34, with 2.9 per cent infected on any given day during the week. They are followed by people from 35 to 49 years old (2.5%), from 11 to 16 (2.4%) and over 50 years of age (1.9%).

Regionally, the east of England and London had the most infections, with 2.3 per cent of people in both areas having covid.

Regionally, the east of England and London had the most infections, with 2.3 per cent of people in both areas having covid.

Regionally, the east of England and London had the most infections, with 2.3 per cent of people in both areas having covid.

They were followed by the North West and South West (both 2.1 percent), and the North East, South East and Yorkshire and Humber (1.9 percent).

For comparison, 1.6 per cent of residents were infected in the East Midlands and West Midlands.

Michelle Bowen, head of health surveillance outreach and strategy, said: “In most of the UK, we’ve seen infections start to rise again, with England now at similar levels at the end of September this year.”

“The trend in infections varies across English regions and ages, and we will continue to monitor the data carefully as the winter months progress.”

As Covid continues to grow, experts are becoming increasingly concerned about spiraling flu cases.

For the first time since the pandemic began, people are being admitted to the hospital with influenza at a higher rate than with Covid, although both are increasing.

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According to NHS data, the flu admission rate stood at 6.8 per 100,000 people in the week to December 11, almost double the 3.9 per 100,000 the week before, while for the same week there were 6.6 per 100,000 due to covid.

There have been suggestions that if the trend continues, the UK could suffer its worst outbreak of flu since the winter of 2017/18, which killed 30,000 people, the Telegraph reports.

It couldn’t have come at a worse time for the NHS, which is facing a record backlog: as of October this year, more than seven million people were known to be awaiting treatment, and it is also dealing with a strep A outbreak.

The situation could worsen if nurses and ambulance staff go on strike amid protracted disputes with the government over pay and conditions.

On Thursday, around 100,000 nurses walked off their jobs, with another strike planned for Tuesday, December 20, with more action expected to take place in the New Year if no deal is reached.

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