In Scotland and Northern Ireland in the last 24 hours was not recorded deaths from coronavirus infection. About June 7 announced the Agency Reuters, referring to the health authorities of the countries in the United Kingdom.
The Minister of health for Scotland Jean Freeman warned against undue optimism in the absence of deaths. She noted that the weekend is always recorded less deaths than on weekdays. Freeman suggested that in the next few days will again be recorded deaths.
In accordance with the data of the Ministry of health of great Britain, as of 7 June, the Kingdom from the coronavirus died 40 542 persons, 77 of them in the last day (the day before it was reported 204 deaths, two days ago – about 357). Since the beginning of the epidemic coronavirus infection have been confirmed to 286.2 thousand patients.
As of 9am on 7 June, there have been 5,581,073 tests with 142,123 tests on 6 June.
286,194 people have tested positive.
As of 5pm on 6 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 40,542 have sadly died.
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— Department of Health and Social Care (@DHSCgovuk) June 7, 2020