UK moves forward with Christmas Omicron

Meanwhile, Britain was still fighting a low-level war against the delta. Even before omicrons were detected in the UK, infection rates were already rising: Cases per 100,000 people were higher in the UK than in most European Union countries. The weekly hospitalization rate in the UK is slightly higher than in France and Italy, although lower in Germany. This has not generated much public concern, perhaps because infections occur disproportionately in young people and especially children. (In the week ending November 27, about 4.2% of children were infected with the coronavirus, compared with about 1.6% in adults.)

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