Jan 20, 2022

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COVID-19 LIVE UPDATES | We are moving to a situation ‘where we can live with Covid-19’

11. January 2022 – 07:00

I share a tap or toilet with others, how can I reduce the risk of developing Covid-19?

Although experts have recommended social distancing and disinfection, how do we protect ourselves from contracting Covid-19 if we share a toilet or tap water with others?

The Western Cape The government has issued some advice on how best to protect yourself using a communal toilet or tap.

11. January 2022 – 06:54

The USA reports at least 1.1 million Covid-19 cases in one day, breaking the world record

< The United States reported at least 1.13 million new coronavirus infections on Monday, according to a Reuters tally. the highest daily total of any country in the world, as the spread of the highly contagious Omicron variant showed no signs of slowing.

The previous record was 1.03 million cases on January 3rd. A large number of cases are reported every Monday as many states do not report e weekend. The seven-day average for new cases has tripled to over 700,000 new infections per day in two weeks.

11. January 2022 – 06:00

We are moving into a situation in which we can live with Covid-19

The British government is considering plans to cut the Covid-19 self-isolation time from seven days to five, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said as he prepared for the UK’s coronavirus to change from pandemic to endemic.

All in one Pooled clip with broadcasters on Monday, Johnson also paved the way for the end of the free Covid-19 rapid test after Prime Minister Michael Gove told Sky News that the UK is moving to a stage where it is “living with Covid-19.” “May.

There are” early signs “of cases and hospital admissions starting to fall in England, Johnson’s spokesman Max Blain told reporters at a regular briefing. He said that while it was “certainly our expectation” that the UK would eventually go from pandemic to endemic, it was “too early” to say when this might happen.