UK suffers lowest coronavirus deaths for four weeks as another 350 die

Another 350 people have died in UK hospitals after contracting coronavirus, taking the death toll to at least 21,106. Today’s jump in deaths is the lowest daily increase for four weeks, when 180 people were confirmed dead on March 30. However, death figures do tend to drop on Monday due to delays in fatalities being registered over the weekend. The toll was updated after England recorded another 329 deaths. Scotland reported 13 deaths, while eight were recorded in Wales. Northern Ireland has not yet released its figures. A total of 21,106 deaths is calculated by combining the self-reported totals from England (18,749), Scotland (1,262), Wales (796), and Northern Ireland (299, as of yesterday).

The combined daily increase from the three nations (not including Northern Ireland) comes to 350, which could be different to the figure later released by the Department of Health (DoH) this afternoon. The government has said this difference is because each devolved authority often makes amendments to their own data after reporting deaths to the DoH each day. For our Coronavirus live blog click here. It is important to note that all of these deaths occurred in hospitals across the UK. They do not take into account the people dying at home, in care facilities, hospices, or other locations outside of hospitals.

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