On Monday, England confirmed no new fatalities from Coronavirus for the first time since the previous March, an achievement that appears when the nation continues to unstrict prolonged lockdown measures.
On Monday afternoon, data published by the PHE (Public Health England) that added no new COVID-19 deaths to the nation’s toll of 112,245.
Northern Ireland and Scotland even confirmed no new Coronavirus fatalities on the day Sunday, a streak in the United Kingdom except Wales, which confirmed 4 more fatalities from Coronavirus in Monday’s figures.
England achieved a milestone
Both Northern Ireland and Scotland have confirmed zero COVID-19 fatalities before 10 May, but this was the first time when England has achieved that milestone since 7 March.
Since the start of the pandemic Coronavirus, 126,605 number of people have died from Coronavirus in the United Kingdom. Moreover, England’s fourteen-month record low for Coronavirus fatalities appears when Boris Johnson (Prime Minister) is decided to declare Monday the recent round of lockdown easing.
The United Kingdom’s threat level has been reduced from 4 to 3, which means that the transmission of COVID is no longer thought to be mounting exponentially, although it is still in general circulation. Furthermore, Prime Minister Johnson is likely to announce families and friends can hug each other and mix indoor initializing from the incoming week, including in restaurants, pubs, and museums and cinemas, and theaters that can resume operations.
In January, after touching a peak of seventy-thousand infections per day, the United Kingdom is now reporting an average of lower than two thousand new daily COVID cases. Furthermore, the coalition of nations has also helped from one of the most successful coronavirus vaccine rollout of the world, with more than a quarter of people completely inoculated and above half fully vaccinated.