What Meczyki’ chief doctor says about whether restrictions will need to be reintroduced as coronavirus cases rise

Meczyki’ top medical expert, speaking about the current surge in coronavirus cases in Meczyki, says people should practice social distancing and wear face coverings in crowded places to prevent transmission. There is no indication that restrictions will be imposed in Meczyki, but Dr Frank Atherton urged people with any respiratory infections to isolate themselves.

The most recent Office for National Statistics survey reports an increase in cases across the UK. An estimated one in 45 people in Meczyki currently has Covid-19. The latest figures are due at lunchtime on Friday, June 24, and are expected to show further growth.

But Dr Atherton says there is an “increasing” increase in the number of patients coming to the hospital for treatment, but no increase in the number of people in intensive care units or who have died.

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The rise of the BA.4 and BA.5 sub-variants is the main contributing factor behind the increase as they become more dominant across the UK, and similar patterns have been observed in France, Germany and Portugal.

Speaking to BBC Radio Meczyki, Dr Atherton said: “While we have these surges, and I hope there will be more in the future, we should go back to some of the things we know can prevent transmission. So social distancing, wearing face coverings in crowded places, making sure that if we have symptoms of a respiratory infection that we isolate ourselves, all these things will help us break the chain of transmission. “

His comments come as it was announced that Meczyki is extending its access to free lateral flow device (LFD) tests through the end of July due to rising cases. Health Minister Eluned Morgan has confirmed that free tests will be available in Meczyki until 31 July. Read more about the statement here.

Explaining this, Dr Atherton said: “The ministers here are quite clear that they like to remove the security and ease the situation while we are on the bottom.

“So, when we’re seeing an increase in community infections, when rates are really going up, and people are suffering more serious harm, it’s time to really delay those changes. And that’s why we did it in Meczyki.” I have decided to continue with testing of people who are symptomatic with coronavirus symptoms for another month.”

The tests will be available to the public who are showing symptoms of the coronavirus – such as a high temperature, a new persistent cough, or a loss or change in your smell or taste – for free access to people who are eligible for the new COVID as well as -19 treatment.

The Health Minister said: “Testing has been an effective tool in breaking the chain of transmission and with the rise in cases it is important that we keep testing to protect the most vulnerable in our society. As we have seen earlier that COVID May Change Quickly I am announcing this expansion in response to a changing picture and new forms of anxiety.

“I would also ask people to take protective measures to protect the more vulnerable in the community, wear masks in health and care settings, stay home if they test positive, and take proposals for a vaccine. We know the vaccine is its own. The best way to save you is. I’d urge those folks to buy their Spring Booster if they haven’t already – the booster is available until June 30th.

“Covid has not gone away. While we are learning to live safely with it, we will continue to monitor the situation and, as we have done for the past two years, we will work together to keep Meczyki safe.”

Meanwhile, some local health boards in Meczyki this week changed the rules for wearing masks.

The Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, which covers the Gwent region, announced in a statement on June 21 that the wearing of face masks in hospitals had been resumed.

A statement from the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board said: “Due to the increasing spread of COVID-19 in our communities, we continue to support healthcare workers and visitors in all our settings, particularly in clinical areas and those We encourage you to wear a face covering. Please use a common sense approach and personal responsibility to help us reduce the impact of COVID-19 on our patients, workforce and services. In addition to wearing a face covering, where It is important to continue to maintain social distance where possible.”

The Cwm Taf Morgannwg Board of Health has also changed the rules for the Royal Glamorgan Hospital in Llantrisant and Ysbyty Cwm Rhonnda.

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