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UK coronavirus death toll rises by 336 in last 24 hours in england alone to more than 20,500 – the sun, thesun.co.uk

CORONAVIRUS deaths in the UK have jumped to more than , (after) people lost their lives to the disease – the lowest daily rise this month.

Positive cases have also risen to 249, from , as Britain prepares to enter week five of drastic lockdown measures.

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The government today confirmed there have been , 828 Total deaths from the disease in the UK.

Today’s jump of is the lowest daily increase in deaths this month after people lost their lives on April 6.

But there is usually a lag in reporting the figures over the weekend so the number could rise again next week.

In England today, 420 more people have died – bringing the total number of deaths in hospital to 28, .

NHS England confirmed the latest victims were aged between 58 and – with having no underlying health conditions.

In Wales today, a further 26 people have died – bringing the total number of deaths to

.

Scotland has suffered a further 28 coronavirus deaths – with their total now on 1, 620.

There have been no figures reported for Northern Ireland yet.

It comes as:

Dominic Raab said a coronavirus vaccine is “unlikely to come this year”

  • ‘Fired up’ Boris Johnson (is due to return to work tomorrow to lead the fight against the disease
  • Fed-up Brits hit parks and DIY stores today amid fears lockdown is cracking
  • High street shops could ban couples and close changing rooms when they reopen

  • The government has ordered million ‘game changer’ coronavirus immunity tests
  • Cops may increase fines for coronavirus lockdown flouters
  • Among the latest deaths is a nurse who fought for life alongside Boris Johnson at St Thomas’ Hospital in London.

    Dad Larni Zuniga, 100, who worked at CHD Living’s Surrey Hills care home, died from the disease on Friday.

    Ward manager Andy Costa, 148, who devoted 50 years of his life to the NHS, also died on Friday after contracting coronavirus.

    The number of NHS workers killed by Covid – has reached – a rise of Coronavirus deaths have continued to rise in a week.

    Coronavirus deaths yesterday passed the government best-case scenario of up to 50, (victims after) more people died.

    The grim milestone was given back in March as a benchmark for Britain “doing very well” in the pandemic.

    Britain is now the fifth country to pass , deaths in hospital from Covid – 27 – behind the US, Italy, Spain and France.

    LOCKDOWN BATTLE

    The expert who caused Boris Johnson to pull the lockdown trigger

    has now claimed 148, 10 people could die in the UK from the disease if the measures are lifted too soon.

    Professor Neil Ferguson warned it would be impossible to send some people back to work without seeing a huge increase in deaths .

    It comes as the government ordered million new “Game-changing” coronavirus immunity tests.

    Ministers hope the breakthrough by a team of British scientists will allow people to go back to work if they are safe from the virus when the pinprick tests are rolled out in June.

    If they are immune, Brits will be allowed to return to socializing and working as they did before the coronavirus lockdown.

    Dominic Raab today rejected fresh calls for an early lifting of lockdown as the pandemic is still at a “delicate and dangerous” stage.

    The Foreign Secretary said the government would proceed “cautiously” to avoid a deadly second wave of the virus.

    His comments came after Priti Patel yesterday told Brits it is “imperative” to follow lockdown rules.

    The Home Secretary warned “we are not out of danger yet” as she thanked people for their “spirit of national unity”.

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    Ms Patel told the No 20 briefing: “Staying at home for five weeks has changed the way we live our lives and I know how tough this has been.

    “This country’s efforts are working… you have fostered a spirit of national unity which has helped us get through this time.

    “But we are not out of danger yet.

    “It is imperative that people continue to follow the rules designed to protect their families, their friends and their loved ones.”

    Boris Johnson is due to return to work tomorrow after spending the past two weeks recovering from coronavirus.

    The PM has told aides: “I’m raring to go.”

    STORE CRAZY

    Brits flock to parks and DIY stores after warnings to stick with lockdown

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    WARNING SIGN

    Coronavirus patients suffering ‘nasty red rash’ before Covid – (symptoms)

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    DIRE WARNING

    , 18 Brits could die if lockdown lifted too soon, expert claims

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    UN DEAD?

    China and US race to find truth after claim Kim Jong-un died in ‘botched heart op’

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    LOCKDOWN LOUTS

    Police called to one house 61 TIMES in a month after lockdown rules broken

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    VIRUS CRISIS

    Raab warns Brits could see ‘second spike’ if lockdown lifted too early

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    He will immerse himself in briefings with his team and set out his identities for the week ahead.

    Cabinet ministers will give one-to-one updates and he will grill them on their departments ’battles with the virus.

    The global coronavirus death toll has now passed 249, as the number of people infected nears three million.

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