UK reports lowest number of Covid-19 fatalities since March amid fears of spike in cases | ITV News


Scotland and Northern Ireland have both reported no new coronavirus deaths as the UK saw its lowest number of fatalities since March.

Scotland’s announcement on Sunday marks the first time it has seen no Covid-19 deaths since lockdown began back in March.

Northern Ireland has previously seen days with no deaths.

Across the UK, a further 77 people have died after contracting coronavirus, bringing the total number of fatalities to 40,542.

However, there are fears that as lockdown is eased, cases across the UK could rise.

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