United Kingdom records 9,284 new Covid-19 cases in rising trend

Laverne Higgins
June 22, 2021

In a written statement, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said there were 94 cases reported from Friday to Saturday, 90 from Saturday to Sunday, and 45 from Sunday to Monday.

With the vaccine rate increasing, New Mexico's rate of COVID-19 infections has dropped to its lowest level since April 2020 and the state's death rate related to the virus has also gone down.

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The government has opened a number of drop-in clinics around the province, hoping the easy access will encourage more people to join the immunization effort.

There is one new healthcare facility outbreak at Eagle Ridge Hospital in Port Moody.

"While we are progressing through BC's Restart plan, let's remember that the virus is still circulating in communities, here in B.C. and in neighbouring provinces and territories". "If you are planning a trip, ensure you are vaccinated before you go - it is your ticket to safe travel this summer".

Several states affected by Tropical Storm Claudette
Claudette is expected to weaken to a tropical depression before becoming a tropical storm again when it moves into the Carolinas. Tropical Depression Claudette brought torrential rain to much of northern Alabama, Louisiana and Georgia late on Saturday.


There have been 532 recoveries, and 7 deaths due to COVID-19 in Fiji, with 5 of these deaths during the current outbreak. The Fraser Health Region accounted for 43 per cent of the cases detected over the weekend.

The government said on Sunday that 81.6 per cent of the adult population had received their first vaccine dose, while 59.5 per cent had been given both.

4,436,432 doses in total have been handed out, of those 935,401 are second doses.

The UK was meant to celebrate the complete lifting of all COVID-19 restrictions tomorrow, but Prime Minister Boris Johnson delayed the move to 19 July because of rising cases.

It means 42,964,013 have had a first jab, while 31,340,507 are fully vaccinated.

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