I think we're going to see similar everywhere to be honest.
Scotland has just recorded its worst figures of the pandemic.
Globally rates are soaring. I don't think it will be long (a week or so maybe) before we see the first 1,000,000* new cases in a day!
Probably around the same time we go through the 2,000,000* deaths barrier.
In other news there's a 3rd vaccine got the OK for the UK ... but it won't arrive in the country till the spring
Travellers to the UK will require a negative test before they get on the plane (or whatever). Good news ... about a year late!
* Officially recorded that is. I still have my doubts about many countries providing accurate data and other countries being able to provide it at all.
Got to be careful about figures for a single day. 93 is recorded deaths, but some go back more than a week. 7 day average is around 40, which is awful but still half of England average and a fraction of London. I don't think we'll reach anything like what's happening in the SE but who knows, things can turn so quickly as we've seen in Ireland and Wales recently.