The quantity of people that examined Positive for coronavirus in England went up 6% final week, following two weeks of decline, newest figures reveal.
NHS Check and Hint knowledge reveals that 190,508 individuals examined Positive for COVID-19 at the least as soon as within the week ending 11 August.
The rise follows two weeks through which the variety of individuals testing Positive had fallen.
It comes after an Oxford University study revealed that individuals who have been double-vaccinated can nonetheless contract and transmit the Delta variant.
Scientists discovered that two doses of the Pfizer jab have been more practical towards Delta, however their safety waned faster than the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Whereas case numbers went up final week, the variety of isolation alerts despatched out by the NHS COVID app fell by 18%.
A complete of 261,453 individuals have been ‘pinged’ by the app within the week ending 11 August in England and Wales, which is the bottom determine since 23 June.
The most recent figures seek advice from the interval earlier than guidelines in England modified on 16 August, which means people who find themselves fully-vaccinated not should isolate as an in depth contact of somebody with COVID.
Of those that have been referred to NHS Check and Hint after testing Positive, virtually one in seven (13.6%) weren’t contactable, so have been unable to offer particulars of shut contacts.
That is up barely from 13.2% the earlier week.
Solely 89.2% of people that did a PCR take a look at at a testing web site in England within the week ending 11 August obtained their outcome inside 24 hours.
That is up from 84.9% the earlier week.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged in June that by the top of that month, all in-person assessments would obtain outcomes inside 24 hours.