Berkshire news Covid cases fall across Reading and other Berkshire areas PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cases continue to fall across many areas of the UK - including here in Berkshire

Berkshire news Covid cases fall across Reading and other Berkshire areas PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cases continue to fall across many areas of the UK - including here in Berkshire

Berkshire news  Covid cases fall across Reading and other Berkshire areas PremierLeague-News.Com
04 August 2022 - 05:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The number of new Covid rates has continued to fall across Berkshire - according to the latest figures. Every area in the county has seen its new coronavirus case figures drop according to figures published on Wednesday by the UK Health Security Agency. The number of new confirmed Covid-19 rates in Reading dropped 35.25% week-on-week. The area saw 225 new cases confirmed in the seven days up to July 29. West Berkshire saw a total of 190 new coronavirus cases in the week up to July 29. This was a 38.4% fall on the previous seven days. Read More: Police remove 'especially problematic' Reading bench Wokingham Borough saw a drop of 36.4% week-on-week in the number of new cases of the virus confirmed in the area. In total there were 227 confirmed over seven days. Over in Bracknell Forest, there were 147 new Covid cases found in seven days. This was a drop of 45.1% compared to the week before. The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead saw the number of new coronavirus cases fall 33.

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. There were 157 cases found in seven days. Slough Borough had 140 new Covid-19 cases detected in the week up to July 29. This was down 32.7% week-on-week. Covid-19 infections in the UK have fallen for the first time in two months, though prevalence of the virus remains high, new figures show. It is the biggest sign so far that the current wave may have peaked, and comes as the number of hospital patients with coronavirus is also starting to drop. Infections are not on a clear downwards trend in all parts of the country, however. Some 3.2 million people in private households in the UK are estimated to have had Covid-19 in the week to July 20, down 16% from 3.8 million in the previous week, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). It is the first time total infections have fallen since the week ending May 28. Sarah Crofts, ONS head of analytical outputs for the Covid-19 infection survey, said: “Our most recent data suggest that we may now be over the peak of the latest wave of infections across the UK, although rates still remain among the highest seen during the course of the pandemic. “We have seen welcome decreases among most parts of the UK and in all age groups. With summer holidays starting and more people travelling, we will continue to closely monitor the data.” Read next: Body Shop in the Oracle set to reopen following 'refurbishment' Arrest after fire breaks out at home in Reading Legoland Windsor hotel re-opening date following fire pushed back Monkeypox found in second Berkshire area Water company urges Berks customers to 'apply restraint' Read More Related Articles Woman left with 'serious dental injuries' after attack Read More Related Articles Illegal encampment set up in parkland

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