Coronavirus live news: Back to school could lead to spike in cases, UK expert warns; Vietnam records 352 deaths | world News


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Vietnam reported 12,103 new cases and 352 deaths








Pupils back to school in England A government scientific advisor has warned that next month could lead to a sharp rise in Covid-19 cases as parents return to work and mingling increases elsewhere.

Dr Mike Tyldesley, a member of the Scientific Group on Pandemic Influenza Modeling (Spi-M) that advises the government, said September will be a key month for monitoring Covid-19 data.

Speaking to Radio Times, Tyldesley, a professor in infectious disease modeling at the University of Warwick, said vaccination of younger age groups could offer protection outside of the school setting.

His comments come as the National Health Service prepares Giving Covid vaccines to all children between the ages of 12 and 15, in England from early September, coinciding with the start of the new school year.

NHS England has not yet confirmed whether the injection will be given to people in this age group despite a clear public health necessity.

Experts have previously warned that it is “highly likely” that there will be significant levels of coronavirus infection in schools by the end of September.

Tyldesley expressed uncertainty about whether the increase in the spread of the coronavirus will come from within schools or the wider community, saying it was “not yet clear” how things might change next month.








Raul Valenzuela sat inside his living room in Corpus Christi, Texas, as two firefighters prepared him for a Covid-19 vaccine.

Pretty much at home, Valenzuela couldn’t imagine going out for a photo. But he knew that the epidemic was getting worse in the city, so he took the opportunity to vaccinate at his home. “I finally got a number from TV, and called him,” he said.

In Corpus Christi, a predominantly Hispanic coastal town of about 327,000 in the coastal bend of Texas, nearly a thousand people have already died from the virus. With cases spiraling out of control again and all intensive care beds filled, local officials are working hard to pre-empt more tragedies.

The saying goes that you can bring a horse to water, but you cannot make it drink. With comprehensive in-house vaccinations such as the Valenzuela Vaccines, Corpus brings water to every horse in town.

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