Figures published last week by the National Records for Scotland showed that, of 4,070 deaths involving Covid-19 has been recorded in Scotland until the 14th of June.
The latest figures from the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency, published last week, showed 802 deaths involving Covid-19 occurred in Northern Ireland up until the 12th of June (and had been recorded up until 17 June).
Together, these figures mean that the measure 53,738 deaths have been registered in the united KINGDOM, where Covid-19 has been indicated on the certificate of death, including suspected cases.
Between 13 June and 21 June, a new 317 patients in the hospital who had tested positive for Covid-19 died in England, according to the NHS in England; while 29 people in hospitals and care homes who had been tested positive for Covid-19 people dead in the country of Wales, according to Public Health Wales.
And in Northern Ireland, five other people who had been tested positive for the Covid-19 died between 13 June and 21 June, according to the Northern Ireland Department of Health.
These add up to 351 deaths that have taken place since the 13th of June, and in collaboration with the total of 53,738 saved from death, means the aggregate of the Covid-19 deaths for the UK is now a little more than 54 000, to 54,089.