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Covid-19: UK daily death toll falls to lowest level since pre-lockdown days

The UK has recorded its lowest daily increase in the number of deaths linked to Covid-19 since before the lockdown came into force on March 23, after 55 people died in the 24 hours leading up to 17:00 BST on Sunday.

Covid-19: Two days without deaths could see more lockdown restrictions eased in Scotland over June

Following two days of no recorded Covid-19 deaths in Scotland, first minister Nicola Sturgeon has hinted that restrictions could be relaxed further from June 18.

ONS: Covid-19 cases down to 5,600 per day

The number of individuals with coronavirus within homes in England has dropped to 5,600 per day, the Office for National Statistics [ONS] estimates.

Covid-19: Business secretary tests negative after falling ill in Parliament

Business secretary Alok Sharma has tested negative for Covid-19, after becoming ill during a debate in the House of Commons on Wednesday.

NHS contact tracing app to be ready before July

Business minister Nadhim Zahawi has said that an NHS contact tracing app should be ready to roll out nationwide by the end of June.

Home secretary outlines UK quarantine plan

Speaking in the House of Commons on Wednesday, home secretary Priti Patel laid out the government’s plans for a mandatory 14-day quarantine for all new arrivals in the UK.

Covid-19: Labour leader says PM is mismanaging pandemic

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has told The Guardian that prime minister Boris Johnson is mismanaging the Covid-19 pandemic by easing lockdown restrictions too quickly and is putting the country at risk of a second upsurge in cases.

Government could loosen quarantine rules after backlash

The government is exploring means to relax its mandatory 14-day quarantine rule for new arrivals entering the UK from June 8.

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