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UK COVID-19 deaths rise to 42,632



Saturday afternoon, another 43 patients in the UK died in COVID-19, taking the total coronavirus death toll for the region to 42.632, as reported by the UK Department of Health and Social Care,

These numbers include deaths in all settings, including hospitals, care homes, and the general community.

As of Sunday morning, in the department, 304,331 were tested positive in the United Kingdom for the disease, a daily increase of 1,221.

The department reported 7,890,145 coronavirus tests in this country on Sunday morning, with 175,018 tests on Saturday.

Earlier Sunday British Prime Minister Boris Johnson stressed that he was “sticking like glue” on his plans to ease the hospitality industry’s coronavirus lockdown from 4 July.

He said that the disease is increasingly under control so, of course, as we make that progress it will be possible to open up more and you will be hearing more about what we want to do with not just non-essential retail but with the hospitality sector from 4 July.

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