No Covid cases confirmed in Aylesbury Vale on Sunday as infection rate remains below national average
Covid case numbers in Aylesbury Vale remains stable after the weekend.
Yesterday (May 23), no new cases of Covid were confirmed in Aylesbury Vale.
Nine cases were confirmed on Saturday, but overall the rolling infection rate remains stable in the area.
Thankfully, after two deaths of this type being recorded in Aylesbury Vale this week, no fatalities that could be linked to a previous positive Covid test in the past 28 days were confirmed.
The seven-day rolling infection rate remains below the national average at 14.8 cases per 100,000 people. In comparison to 22.5 cases per 100,000, which is the overall average for the UK.
Over the weekend 4,929 new cases of Covid were confirmed across the country and 11 new virus-linked deaths were recorded.
Now, 72% of the adult population have been vaccinated against Covid, and 43% have been jabbed twice. Overall, 37,943,681 first doses have been administered and 22,643,417 second doses have been delivered across the country.