In the UK’s biggest jump, there were another 708 COVID-19 patient deaths in hospitals in the UK with another 37 deaths in Cambridgeshire hospitals.
The information came when the Department of Health and Social Assistance released its daily update, which confirmed that 41,903 people in the UK tested positive for the virus, with an increase of nearly 6,000 confirmed new coronavirus cases from the data. of yesterday.
The total number of hospitalized coronavirus patients who have unfortunately died is now 4,313.
A total of 37 patients who tested positive for COVID-19 have now died in Cambridgeshire hospitals.
The figures showed that 11 patients died at Addenbrooke hospital in Cambridge and 16 patients died under the jurisdiction of the North West Anglia Foundation Trust, which manages Peterborough City Hospital and Hinchingbrooke hospital.
Nine other patients died at West Suffolk Hospital and one person unfortunately died at Royal Papworth Hospital.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson – who still isolated himself after testing positive for the virus last month – invited everyone to stay at home this weekend, despite good weather forecast.
He uploaded a video on Twitter saying that although the good weather can be tempting, the public should continue to follow the blocking rules and remain indoors.
It is something that has touched all our lives at some point.
From the cradle to the grave, the National Health Service and the incredible professionals who take care of us are part of British life.
Today, more than ever, we should love those who are dedicated to our care, regardless of their health as they work tirelessly to take care of people in the face of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Nurses and others – employed by the NHS and anywhere else in health and care – never needed it again.
So let’s show them some love and create a living map of gratitude from every corner of Britain – visit www.thanksamillionnhs.co.uk to drop a heart on the map wherever you are in the world.
By releasing a heart on the map, you are saying that you appreciate the efforts made daily in the NHS.
Thank you a million NHS workers – we love you
Yesterday, Prince Charles – who has just recovered from COVID-19 himself – officially opened the largest hospital in the world in London.
Nightingale Hospital – an improvised hospital in East London’s ExCel convention center – has approximately 4,000 beds to look after COVID-19 patients.
Worldwide, over 1,000,000 people tested positive for the virus.
However, due to the absence of large-scale testing, the number is likely to be much higher.