The UK’s daily coronavirus hospital deaths have increased by 111 in the lowest Sunday rise for over four months. A further 90 patients have died in England, none in Scotland, 18 in Wales and three in Northern Ireland in the latest 24 hour period, according to official figures. This compares to 178 fatalities last Sunday, 283 on February 21, 331 on February 14 and 454 on February 7. Today’s numbers show the lowest rise on a Sunday since October 25, when 90 people died. Sunday and Monday’s figures are usually lower due to a weekend lag. Yesterday daily hospital deaths across the UK stood at 208. Have you been vaccinated yet? Let us know in the comments The latest data from Northern Ireland’s Department of Health also shows another 138 people have tested positive for the virus in the last 24 hours. There are 227 patients with Covid-19 in hospital, with 33 in intensive care. Scotland has recorded 390 positive coronavirus tests in the past 24 hours, Scottish Government figures show. 152 new cases in Wales have been recorded since yesterday. Meanwhile, the UK continues to lead by example with its vaccine rollout ahead of school pupils returning to classrooms… Read full this story
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