Coronavirus deaths in the U.K. have fallen by three-quarters after just seven deaths were revealed today. MailOnline has more.
While last Saturday 15 people in the UK died of coronavirus, today the Government announced seven deaths, demonstrating a steady decline in fatalities.
It comes after Office for National Statistics data suggested the total number of infections is lower than at any point since early September and infections have been falling constantly for five weeks.
Experts said the data “should be celebrated” and were the first proof that, despite the reopening of outdoor hospitality and allowing the rule of six earlier this month, there was still “no evidence of an increased transmission risk”.
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