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Coronavirus deaths in the UK surged by almost 1,000 in new bleak daily highs | Instant News


The total number of corona-related deaths in the UK has exceeded 7,000.

The UK reported 938 hospital deaths related to COVID-19 on Wednesday.

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This is a significant increase at the previous daily height of 786 deaths.

However, Deputy Chief Scientific Adviser Professor Dame Angela McLean said new cases were not “accelerated out of control”.

“I suspect that a simple strategy might turn out to be the best to use, but we’ll see,” he said.

Pictures of Queen Elizabeth II and excerpts from her historic TV broadcast commenting on the coronavirus epidemic were displayed at Piccadilly Circus in London. Credit: Dominic Lipinski/The AP

The total number of confirmed infections rose to nearly 61,000 from 282,000 test people.

Government experts estimate hundreds of thousands of people are infected with coronavirus in the UK.

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Although the death rate is increasing, McLean says there is “good news” in the number of new cases every day, which is a better indicator of whether remote action works than death.

“The count of this new case in the UK, day after day for the past few weeks, has not accelerated out of control,” he said.

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent the second night in intensive care and was in stable condition after receiving oxygen support for COVID-19 complications while his foreign minister directed the country’s battle against the plague.

NHS UK’s national medical director, Professor Stephen Powis warned that “this is not the time to be complacent”, however.

“I began to see the benefits, I believe (following the government’s steps), but the very important thing, I believe, is that we must continue to follow instructions, we must continue to follow social distance because if we don’t, the virus will start to spread again, “He said.

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