Covid’s UK death toll increased by nearly 400, bringing the total to 47,250
Full story of the latest UK death toll:
An additional 397 people were reported dead in the UK within 28 days after testing positive for coronavirus, the highest daily increase in Covid-related deaths recorded over five months.
Although the Tuesday statistics of each week tended to be higher due to the delay in reporting deaths over the weekend, the latest figure remains the highest on record. since 422 people have been reported dead on May 27:
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Another 18,000 UK street facilities could be left vacant by 2020, almost double the number in 2019, as the coronavirus epidemic hits retailers, restaurants and entertainment businesses.
AsEngland is set to enter a month-long shutdown from Thursday, analysts at Local Data Company warn “a lot” of hospitality and entertainment businesses may close.
It will leave 14% of UK streets, retail parks and shopping malls vacant – the highest level since the LDC started its survey in 2013. Currently, just over 13% of that is vacant. :
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