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NSW COVID-19 cases, When infections are expected to spike with students’ return to school

high in COVID-19 Cases can be seen in just two weeks in New South Wales, aided by students returning to school and delays in starting reinforcement application, experts warn.

The expected rise in infections comes as thousands of school students today return to the classroom.

To keep classrooms safe from COVID, parents are expected to test their children with rapid antigen tests twice a week.

Teachers must also follow the same process and face masks are mandatory indoors.

A group of Australian school students in school uniform walking together to school in the morning time. (Getty Images/iStockphoto)
New South Wales Premier Dominic Beirut It was confirmed that after the second week of school, the state government will review this process to ensure it is working to control the spread of the virus.
The state recorded 13,026 injuries yesterday, and 27 injured COVID-19 His death was confirmed.

This is down from Sunday when 13,354 infections were recorded and 49 people died, making it the deadliest day so far in the pandemic.

There are currently 2,779 people infected with coronavirus being treated in hospital, of whom 185 are in the intensive care unit; 86 more hospitalizations than on Sunday, and one drop in the intensive care unit.

The numbers came after a clinical epidemiologist and senior lecturer at Queen Mary University of London, Dr Dipty Gordasan, warned that NSW may follow a similar pattern of infection in the UK.

In Great Britain, students returned to school on January 6 within two weeks, as the number of children infected with the coronavirus more than doubled to 321,000.

Dr Dipti Gordasani said one in eight children are affected in the UK.
Dr Dipti Gordasani said one in eight children are affected in the UK. (today)

“In Australia now, particularly the East Coast, transmission is very high. With high infection rates, it is very difficult to contain transmission in schools,” she said. today.

“If you don’t have things like masks or adequate ventilation or even contact tracing in schools, what you’re seeing is widespread spread which we’re seeing in the UK now.”

Professor Jane Halton, chair of the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness, said today that a sudden rise in the number of cases is almost certain.

However, she still hopes that the measures outlined above will help control the infection.

“Hopefully you’ll keep it very low,” she said. “There is of course some skepticism that we’re going to get a little bit higher.” today yesterday.

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Professor Halton said vaccinations would help control the spread of the virus, but the introduction of the booster has been delayed recently.

For weeks, the NSW rate struggled to reach the 40 per cent mark.

A dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine is prepared at Lowry Children's Hospital, November 5, 2021, in Chicago.
The third vaccination is said to provide some protection against the highly contagious strain of Omicron. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

As of Friday, January 21, 2022, 30.3 per cent of NSW residents had taken a third blow, fast forward eleven days, that figure stands at 39.4 per cent.

A similar rate is observed in Victoria, where 38 per cent of the population eligible for triple immunization is vaccinated.

Experts say one reason for this slow uptake in New South Wales and Victoria is the potential for conflicting information about when to get the booster vaccine after infection.

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