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The UK has registered 36 deaths in the past few hours, but now exceeds 295,000 infections

June 14, 2020

The UK Department of Health has confirmed 36 new coronavirus deaths in the past 24 hours, a significant decrease from 181 to 41,698 deaths announced on Saturday since a pandemic was reported that has already exceeded the 295,000 infection threshold.

In particular, the country has confirmed that 295,899 are affected after 1,514 new cases have been reviewed in the past few hours. This is evident from the balance presented this Sunday.

Meanwhile, the capital is still limping from the confrontation between the police, anti-racist groups and far-right sympathizers this Saturday as part of the protests following the death of black American citizen George Floyd during a police arrest.

The UK has registered 36 deaths in the past few hours, but now exceeds 295,000 infectionsThe UK has registered 36 deaths in the past few hours, but now exceeds 295,000 infections

The British police also confirmed on Sunday that around 100 people were arrested following the collision of the march of the movement against police brutality and Black Right Matter and right-wing demonstrators.