A total of 651 deaths were reported by the NHS England on Wednesday afternoon, bringing the total number of Covid-19 deaths in the country to 11,656.
Of the 651 new deaths, 113 occurred on April 14, 277 on April 13 and 103 on April 12, including 151 between April 1 and April 11.
The other seven took place in March, the first taking place on March 23.
A total of 12,868 UK patients died in hospital after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK at 5 p.m. Tuesday – an increase from 761.
The 14 deaths in the Northeast are considerably lower than what was reported on Tuesday, when 43 additional deaths were confirmed.
Latest deaths in the North East by NHS Trust
County Durham and Darlington – 2
Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear – 0
Gateshead – 0
Northumbria – 3
South Tyneside and Sunderland – 2
Newcastle – 1
North Tees and Hartlepool – 0
South Tees – 6
Esk and Wear Vallées Tees – 0
Meanwhile, the government is facing calls from Labor party leader Sir Keir Starmer to leak details of how the country will emerge from the lockout.
And it was revealed on Wednesday that all residents of nursing homes and staff with symptoms of Covid-19 were to be tested.
It occurred after the death of 13 people at Stanley Park Care Home in County Durham after showing symptoms of the virus.