UK coronavirus deaths lowest in weeks 15 to die and in case of a fall below 1,000 for the first time since the month of March

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FIFTEEN more coronavirus deaths have been registered in the united KINGDOM – the lowest point in weeks – as the case of a fall below 1,000 for the first time since the month of March.

The united KINGDOM coronavirus death toll has now reached 42,647 as Boris Johnson is set to reveal more plans to get Britain out of lock, this week.

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The BRITISH Government today announced there had been 15 more deaths in all, in the past 24 hours – the lowest since March 15.

During this time, 958 new infections have been recorded throughout the country – the lowest since March 22.

It comes after the England has reported over 20 deaths, which is the lowest daily increase since March 17. However, there has generally been a lag time in reports after the weekend.

The difference of the England and UK-wide figures are due to the way the figures are collected.

According to the NHS, the figures, the patients killed by the bug were between the ages of 55 and 98.

The East of England reported no deaths, while London has recorded only one.

Scotland today reported no new coronavirus deaths in the country over the past 24 hours. During this time, the country of Wales has recorded one more fatality, bringing the total to 1,478.

Northern Ireland is yet to report its figures.

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Yesterday, the united KINGDOM has indicated that 43 deaths, no new death in London or in Scotland.

The deadly bug that pushed the country within three months of the quarantine of shops, restaurants and hair salons closed in an attempt to stop the spread.

The british have been encouraged to work from home and do not socialize with friends in the repression.

But the PM has now enabled the people to meet with friends and family socially distant from the outside.

Today, Boris will meet with Cabinet colleagues on the C-19 of the Strategy Committee and of the experts.

The review of the current 2m of social distance rule will be one of the main subjects on the agenda.

On Tuesday, the cabinet will be consulted, and the Prime Minister will define the update of the position of the Parliament.

It is expected that the PM will say this week that it will cut the rule of 2m up to a sense of the people will be able to grow closer to each other.

During this time, the Government has yet to officially say when the £130 billion per year, within the tourism industry may restart after the companies were told to close for the coronavirus pandemic.

According to The Mail on Sunday Whitehall, officials were told to prepare for an announcement regarding the opening of hotels and holiday parks as early as Tuesday.

New guidelines could then be sent to the tourism industry heads by the end of next week.

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