A health chief warned that the COVID-19 lockdown in the UK won’t be ending soon as cases are expected to increase within the next two to three weeks.
Brits are urged to stay in their houses while waiting for this difficult situation to end, the public health England’s medical director said. But it appears most people are tired of staying at home as they have started going out leading to the UK leader asking everyone to remain in the house.
“Yesterday’s data showed more people were using transport than in previous days” He added “Please do not leave your house unless absolutely necessary. It really will save lives,” Prime Minister Boris Johnson tweeted.
Yesterday's data showed more people were using transport than in previous days.
Please do not leave your house unless absolutely necessary. It really will save lives. #StayHomeSavesLives
— Boris Johnson #StayHomeSaveLives (@BorisJohnson) April 2, 2020
In other news, the COVID-19 virus could cause brain issues that could lead to altered mental status according to Scientists.
There has been an unusual case of brain inflammation linked to the COVID-19 virus, this was reported by researchers from the Henry Ford Health System.
There was a case of a woman (58 years old) who tested positive for the virus who developed acute necrotising encephalitis (ANE) also known as a central nervous infection.
“This is significant for all providers to be aware of and looking out for in patients who present with an altered level of consciousness.” Dr Elissa Fory said. She was part of the research team.
Health officials revealed that the COVID-19 virus death toll in Spain has increased by 950 and the total deaths are now 10,003. This is the highest daily surge in deaths recorded worldwide so far.
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