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London Covid rates: Omicron in retreat as cases down in most boroughs

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Official figures show that oval cases have declined in almost all London boroughs, indicating that Omicron is retreating in the capital.

According to the latest government data, confirmed cases decreased in 26 of the 32 autonomous regions during the week leading up to January 5.

Only four local governments have confirmed that the infection rate has increased significantly.

All autonomous regions recorded less than 2,000 cases per 100,000 people per week until January 5, hoping that the Omicron wave could have peaked, but still high levels of illness. is.

An additional 15,235 cases were announced in London on Monday. On the second day, this figure is below 20,000, strengthening the belief that infectious diseases are now declining.

Lewisham saw the largest fall of the infection and decreased by more than 20% in a week.

However, in Swath, western London, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Ealing, and Hello all increased slightly, and the overall case still increased.

While the number of Covid patients in the hospital remains close to 4,000, the number of patients in the intensive care unit also appears to be declining slightly, suggesting a decline in serious cases.

Barts Health, London’s largest health trust, cared for 377 Covid patients on Monday, but only 39 were on ventilator.

However, the number of NHS staff forced to isolate remains a concern for struggling hospitals. Baht sickened 547 staff on January 5, of which 306 were associated with Covid.

The director of health is urging Londoners to continue to adhere to Plan B’s restrictions to put further downward pressure on Covid.

Dr. Yvonne Young, Deputy Director of Health Protection at UKHSA London, told Standard:

“Therefore, Londoners continue to work from home if possible, wear facial covers as needed, test regularly and register LFD (lateral flow) results, the first time, Maximum protection with a second dose and booster vaccine is important. If you have used Covid-19 before. “

She added that the health boss “was paying attention to the impact of returning to normal routines after Christmas holidays” on coronavirus rates, including the return of many employees to school and work. ..

Detailed figures show the following breakdown of London for the week up to January 5th.

• Hirindon-5738 cases, 495 (9.4%) increase Case rate per 100,000 people 1,856.9

• Hounslow-5428 cases, 528 (10.8%) increase Case rate per 100,000 people 1,997.3

• Ealing-6418 cases, 306 (5%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,885.8

• Hello-4607 cases increased 179 (4%) Case rate per 100,000 people 1,825.7

• Tower Ham Let’s-5293 cases, 15 (0.3%) increase Case rate per 100,000 people 1,594.4

• Kensington & Chelsea-2214 cases, 2 (0.1%) increase Case rate per 100,000 1,411.4

• Brent-5997 cases, 153 (-2.5%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,829.7

• Havering – 5210 cases, 285 (-5.2%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,998.8

• Merton-3706 cases, 235 (-6.0%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,795.1

• Southwark-5195 cases, 905 (-14.8%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,623.4

• Waltham Forest-4714 cases, 412 (-8%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,702.2

• Islington-3563 cases, 337 (-8.6%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,436

• Sutton-3951 cases, 92 (-2.3%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,902.2

• Kingston – Cases, decrease 242 (-8.0%) Case rate per 100,000 1,560.2

• Lambeth-5446 cases, decrease 608 (-10%) case rate per 100,000 1,692.3

• Hackney-4436 cases, 160 (-3.5%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,519.8

• Westminster-3373 cases, 210 (-5.9%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,250.0

• Redbridge-5538 cases, 20 (-0.4%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,811.8

• Bexley-4548 cases, 582 (-11.3%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,824.3

• Croydon-6891 cases, 1,138 (-14.2%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,773.5

• Richmond-2940 cases, 140 (-4.5%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,483.8

• Lewisham-4768 cases, down 1,251 (-20.8%) Case rate per 100,000 people 1,561.7

• Newham-6023 cases, 134 (-2.2%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,695.3

• Bromley-5630 cases, 889 (-13.6%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 1,692

• Hammer Smith and Fulham-3045 cases, 121 (-3.8%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,659

• Greenwich-4871 cases, 725 (-13%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 1,685.3

• Onesworth-5416 cases, 322 (-5.6%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,642.5

• Camden-3267 cases, decrease-324 (-9%) case rate per 100,000 cases 1,168.8

• Enfield-5471 cases, decrease 403 (-6.9%) case rate per 100,000 people 1,640.1

• Barking and Dagenum-4074 cases, 249 (-5.8%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 1,902.8

• Harlingay-4207 cases, 636 (-13.1%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 1,579.5

• Burnett-6450 cases, 6 (-0.1%) decrease Case rate per 100,000 people 1,616.5

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