The UK’s Covid death toll has fallen by almost a quarter in the past week.
The government said an additional 799 people died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19, bringing the UK total to 118,195.
Separate figures released by the UK statistical authorities for deaths where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate, as well as additional data on deaths that have occurred in the past few days, show that there are now 137,000 deaths with Covid-19 in the UK. 19 gave.
The government also said there had been an additional 10,625 laboratory-confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK at 9 a.m. today. reports the mirror.
The total number of cases in the UK is 4,058,468.
Last Tuesday, the death toll rose 1,052 and infections rose 12,364.
On the same day of the previous week, another 1,449 coronavirus deaths were recorded with 16,840 more infections.
1,631 deaths and 20,089 new cases were reported last Tuesday.
Government data as of February 15 shows that of the 16,122,272 shocks given to date in the UK, 15,576,107 were first doses – an increase from 275,956 the previous day.
About 546,165 were second doses, an increase of 6,535 from the numbers published the previous day.