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The UK has the lowest daily number of cases and deaths since delivery

June 8, 2020

On the last day, the UK recorded the lowest number of new cases and deaths from COVID-19 in a single day since the country’s detention began on March 23.

According to the balance offered by the British government this Monday, which is being collected by the BBC, 1,205 new positives were registered by Sunday afternoon, making a total of 287,399.

In these 24 hours, only 55 coronavirus deaths were recorded, for a total of 40,597. This is the second day in a row that neither Scotland nor Northern Ireland has recorded COVID-19 deaths. No deaths have been recorded in London, either, although health services in England have indicated that some are known to have occurred over the weekend, which will increase the worldwide number in the coming days.

The UK has the lowest daily number of cases and deaths since deliveryThe UK has the lowest daily number of cases and deaths since delivery

This data could be put on the agenda of the government meeting on Tuesday when pubs reopened in England this month, according to the BBC and Financial Times. So far, July 4 was the date for the reactivation of these premises, but it seems that it could be brought forward to June 22.