The UK also recorded 398 corona virus deaths – the highest Sunday death in seven months.
A further 18,662 cases were reported, making the country number one in 15 million cases now. The total number of related deaths and cases is 55,024 and 1,512,045 respectively.
The death toll last rose on Sunday, April 19, when 432 deaths were reported. For the past four Sundays, each day has been less than half of today’s total, above 150 marks. Delays in reporting figures have led to a decrease in the number of deaths reported over the weekend, while a processing error recorded an overall increase today.
It’s coming He told England he would be out of the lockdown on December 2 as planned. More details are expected to be announced tomorrow, with the government expected to confirm a return to the localized tire system with stricter controls.
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Yesterday’s data was omitted due to a processing update for all 141 deaths previously published in the UK.
However, even without those deaths, the total number today would be 257 – the highest death toll since May 24 at 379.
Special figures indicate that there were 63,873 deaths mentioned by Kovid-19 in the death certificate.
Today, the NHS says 222 more people have died in hospitals across the country in England.
Meanwhile, the death toll in Northern Ireland has risen to 1,000. Total 50,000. 10 Kovid-19 deaths and 342 cases were reported.
The current total is 933 and 49,784, respectively.
Since the epidemic began at 72,341, 808 new corona virus cases have been reported.
The health department also recorded 11 new deaths, bringing the death toll to 2,376.
Similar figures were reported in Scotland on Sunday. 844 new cases and seven deaths.
The total amount is 88,361 and 3,503 respectively.
Returned to England and told the public that the lockdown was expected to end in two weeks The pub curfew is likely to be lifted by 10 p.m.
Despite signs of a vaccine rollout on the horizon, those in the toughest line under the revised system have been warned that normal life will not return until at least Easter.
Meanwhile, the World Health Organization has warned Europe that it could face a third wave of infection if it fails to learn from past mistakes.
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