Covid-19: Coronavirus cases in the United Kingdom increased by 14,718, while the country records 189 more deaths | UK News

There have been 14,718 cases of coronavirus and 189 related deaths recorded in the UK.

The numbers show a slight decrease from Figures released on Sunday, When 17,272 cases were reported along with 231 related deaths.

It comes to an extension The first coronavirus vaccines It will be awarded to over 80s, healthcare workers, and nursing home residents starting tomorrow.

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Compared to this time last week, The number of people diagnosed with the virus has increased from 12,330.

But the number of deaths decreased from 205 to 189.

This brings the total number of cases in the UK to 1,737,960, and the number of people who have died within 28 days of a positive test now stands at 61,434.

England saw 11,623 new infections in the past 24 hours, bringing the total diagnosis to 1490,720. A total of 177 people died within 28 days of positive tests, and the death toll is now 53,747.

Northern Ireland has added 397 cases, and it now has 55,444 positive tests. Nine more deaths were added to the numbers there, bringing the total to 1059.

In Scotland, there were another 677 cases, and the total is now 100,783. One person died within 28 days of a positive result in Scotland – bringing the death toll to 3,917.

Wells has reached 91,013 cases after discovering that another 2,021 have been infected with the virus. Two more people died there, so there have now been 2,711 deaths in Wales.

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This comes when a Sky News poll found that most people only believe that those vaccinated should be able to fly once vaccination becomes widely available.

The research – conducted in conjunction with YouGov – also found that 11% of the population would stop following social distancing guidelines after receiving the vaccine.

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