Doubling every nine days! Latest research: nearly 100,000 people actually get infected every day in the UK

Local 29, a large study led by Imperial College showed that nearly 100,000 people are infected with the new coronavirus every day in England, with the study showing that the spread of the new coronavirus in the UK is accelerating, with the number of infections doubling about every nine days and each infected person infecting three people.

The study also showed that.

The rate of infection has doubled from the previous round of the outbreak, with one in 78 people infected with the new coronavirus.

The worst affected areas this time around were Yorkshire and the Humber, specifically Leeds, Sheffield, Bradford, Hull and York.

Compared to the past, there has now been a threefold increase in the number of people aged 55 to 64 being infected in the UK and a tripling in the number of people aged over 65 being infected.

The R-value (the average number of infections per infected person) has risen from 1.15 to 1.56 across the UK.

The number of infections in the south of England is soaring, with trends similar to those in the north of the country the same month ago. R-values have risen above 2.0 in the south and east of England and across London.

About 96,000 people are infected with the new coronavirus every day in the UK.

Researchers have called on the Government to adopt “rapid” and “urgent” national restrictions, “the sooner the better”, otherwise 1 million people in the UK could be infected with the new coronavirus every day by the end of November.