Britain’s daily

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Britain’s daily Covid deaths have fallen by nearly two thirds in a week as health chiefs recorded just 15 fatalities today. 

Department of Health bosses also posted another 2,381 cases, with the outbreak remaining stable.

Last Friday there were 2,678 infections and 40 deaths reported. 

Another 610,000 vaccines were also dished out, with 14.5million Brits now fully vaccinated against coronavirus. 

It comes as separate data showed England’s Covid cases have plunged by 40 per cent in a week, with just one in every 1,010 people now carrying the virus.

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. 

Its report showed that cases were still tumbling in all regions except Yorkshire and the East of England ‘where the trends are uncertain’.

They also came down in all children and teenagers and people over 35, increasing only in young adults. 

And SAGE today estimated the R rate was between 0.8 and 1.1, meaning the outbreak is still flat. It is up slightly on the 0.8 – 1.0 last week, and reflects the state of the outbreak a fortnight ago because the data takes time to filter through.  

Health Secretary Matt Hancock tweeted about the numbers and said: ‘This data is hugely promising and shows that our strategy is working.’ 

Experts said the data ‘should be celebrated’ and were the first proof that, despite the reopening of outdoor sgp toto hospitality and allowing the rule of six earlier this month, there was still ‘no evidence of an increased transmission risk’. 

Evidence that Covid has been stamped out in Britain is now overwhelming as the vaccine rollout speeds ahead and official figures show 22million people – one in three – live in areas where not a single person has died with the virus this month. 

It marks a seismic shift from the UK’s dire situation in January at the height of the second wave, when fewer than 50,000 Britons were in places with zero coronavirus victims during that month. 

Its data showed that cases were still tumbling in all regions except Yorkshire and the East of England 'where the trends are uncertain'. In most places the rate of infection is a miniscule 0.1 per cent and it appeared to be 0 in the South West, although the survey is not big enough to pick up tiny numbers of cases

Its data showed that cases were still tumbling in all regions except Yorkshire and the East of England ‘where the trends are uncertain’.

In most places the rate of infection is a miniscule 0.1 per cent and it appeared to be 0 in the South West, although the survey is not big enough to pick up tiny numbers of cases

Infections also came down in all children and teenagers and people over 35, increasing only in young adults

Infections also came down in all children and teenagers and people over 35, increasing only in young adults

Around 22million people are living in areas across the UK where there have been no coronavirus deaths so far in April, official figures revealed today

Around 22million people are living in areas across the UK where there have been no coronavirus deaths so far in April, official figures revealed today

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