Covid incidents are on the rise in the UK, with 35,000 people testing positive after being double-jabbed.
THE UK has seen an increase of 34,574 new cases and 38 new deaths, as experts warn that many who have been properly vaccinated are mistaking Covid symptoms for the ordinary cold.
The results from Sunday, October 10 show a weekly increase of 4,135, or around 20%, in coronavirus infections. The UK recorded 30,439 cases and 43 deaths on Sunday, October 3.
Professor Tim Spector, the principal scientist of the ZOE Covid research app, recently cautioned that even fully vaccinated Brits suffering from their “worst colds ever” could be carrying Covid.
In the United Kingdom, 49,158,835 people have received their first vaccine dosage, while 45,168,344 have received all of their vaccines.
The top five symptoms for those who have received both Covid immunizations but still get the virus, according to the ZOE Covid App, are a headache, a runny nose, sneezing, a sore throat, and a loss of smell.
“The UK still has more cases than most of Europe,” Prof Spector added, “and I believe this is due to two primary reasons: the first is a lack of masks and social isolation, and the second is that we’re unaware of the symptoms.”
Prof Spector told The Mirror that characteristic Covid symptoms have been less common since the vaccine was introduced.
“Things like sore throats, runny noses, and sneezing should be on our radar,” he told the site.
“Despite the fact that the classic three – cough, fever, and anosmia – are becoming less common, the government has done nothing.
“By not updating our guidance, we’re allowing people with recognized indicators of Covid into care homes, schools, businesses, and public gatherings.”
“In the United Kingdom, about one in every 80 people has Covid.” If we don’t recognize that these cold-like symptoms could be Covid, we’ll continue to see increasing numbers, putting undue strain on an already overburdened NHS.” Flu is also a “major public health risk” this winter, according to Prof. Jonathan Van-Tam, England’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer.
“Because of COVID-19 limits, not many people caught flu last year, so there isn’t as much natural immunity in our communities as usual,” he said.
“Flu will circulate this winter; it may be more prevalent than normal, posing a serious public health threat.” COVID-19 will continue to circulate, and with more individuals mixing indoors, some outbreaks may occur.
“For the first time, COVID-19 and flu will be co-circulating.” “Brinkwire Summary News.” We must take this seriously and defend ourselves.