Coronavirus alert in London: ‘There will be no room in hospitals in two weeks’. Statements came from London officials after the high increase in coronavirus cases since Christmas. London Mayor Sadiq Khan said, “The situation in London is critical. This week, I declared it a “big event” due to the threat posed by this virus to Londoners, “said Khan,” The truth is, unless the spread of Covid-19 slows, our hospital beds will run out in the next two weeks. Please stay at home ”.
Sadiq Khan, the mayor of London, the capital of England, stated that the coronavirus was out of control in London and declared this situation as a ‘big event’.
In London, where the “major event” was declared in the terror attacks in the Grenfell Tower fire and Westminster Bridge – London Bridge in 2017. According to the latest figures from Public Health England, the coronavirus infection rate has exceeded one in every 100 people.
While the Office of National Statistics in England recently announced that they estimated that one in 30 Londoners had a corona virus, Khan said that in some parts of London the figure was higher than one in 20.
Mayor Sadiq Khan stated that more than 7,000 people are currently being treated in hospital due to Covid-19, adding that this figure is 35 percent more than April, which is considered the peak of the pandemic.
“The truth is, unless the spread of Covid-19 slows down, our hospital beds will run out in the next two weeks,” Khan tweeted. Please stay at home ”.
Making a statement about the increase in corona virus cases in London, Dr. Samantha Batt-Rawden said, “We tried. We really tried. NHS staff begged people to be careful at Christmas. Now there is a Covid-19 case in one in 30 in London and the intensive care units are overflowing. My heart is broken.”