Here is the relevant link for the U.K. from The NY Times:
While they DID have a big surge in Dec/Jan … before much vaccine was distributed … they came down rapidly during Feb, largely flattened out in March, but are beginning to drop again.
So, to me at least, they are looking pretty good at the moment in comparison to Germany and France, for example.
Here is The NY Times data for Germany, for comparison:
and for France:
I think that the U.K. is currently in a lot better shape surge-wise than either Germany or France.
The U.K. did take the bold, and somewhat controversia,l step of getting as many first doses in arms, even if it meant significant delays in getting folks their second dose well beyond the 3-4 week “optimum” window.
At this point, their BOLD decision in that regard is looking pretty smart … of course, it will be interesting to see where we all are 1-2 months from now.
Happy Easter all … but stay safe!