After an increase of 357 deaths from corona within 24 hours on June 5, the total number of deaths from COVID-19 of the fog country has surpassed 40,000 cases.
According to AFP news agency, British Health Minister Matt Hancock, said going to this gloomy milestone was “a sad moment for all of us”. But he also said “it made me double my resolve to tackle this strain of virus”.
According to the official statistics of the British government, as of 8h00 GMT on 5-6, ie 15h00 and the same time in Vietnam, England had 40,261 people died of COVID-19.
He is also the country with the highest number of deaths from this disease in the world after the US. Broader statistics also suggest that the actual number of deaths is much higher than the official statistics of the British Ministry of Health.
The National Bureau of Statistics (ONS), which collects data on suspected deaths from COVID-19 or mentions this cause in the death notice, considers that the total number of deaths due to COVID- 19 in the UK was 48.106.
Even so, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will continue to carry out plans to ease the epidemic restrictions imposed from May 23 after there were signs that the UK had passed the peak of the epidemic phase.
This week the schools for the smallest classes have reopened in the UK. Non-essential service shops were also allowed to operate again from Monday (1-6).
An independent study published on June 5 revealed that about 53,000 people in the UK were infected with coronavirus during the last two weeks of May. However, only 29% of them had the disease.
According to Worldometers, real-time statistics as of 7am this morning 6-6, 6,826,932 people worldwide have COVID-19. Of which 397,429 people have died, the total number of recovery cases so far is 3,312,914 people.