The coronavirus infection rate in British youth has reached the highest for any age group since the start of the pandemic, as the government has drawn up contingency plans to restore restrictions within weeks, the Independent says.
According to Public Health England, in the seven days before the lifting of Covid restrictions, 1,154.7 infections were recorded per 100,000 people between the ages of 20 and 29, with cases increasing in every age group and region of the country. Great Britain. Weekly hospitalizations are also at their highest since the beginning of March.
COVID task force officials have come up with proposals that include basic restrictive measures, such as mask use, social distancing and directions to work from home, to be reintroduced to England within the next month.
The task force is exploring the possibility of implementing restrictions on a local, regional or national basis.