A further 813 people have died from coronavirus in hospitals across the UK on Saturday, bringing the total death toll to 20,319 in just 51 days.
NHS England reported 711 deaths with the total now standing at 18,084, the patients were aged between 34 and 100-years old, 87 of the patients aged between 34 and 90-years old had no underlying health conditions.
Scotland announced 47 more deaths with the total now standing at 1,231, whilst Wales saw a further 23 deaths with the total death toll being 774.
Doctors, charities and the NHS are telling people not to be put off by the coronavirus pandemic and still attend A&E to seek medical care.
Doctors are warning people not to delay seeking help or treatment as you could be putting your long-term health and life in danger.
NHS England’s medical director Stephen Powis said, “If you do have symptoms of stroke, chest pain and think it might be a heart attack, a sick child who is deteriorating, if you are a pregnant woman and the baby is not moving as much as it used to, it is important you don’t delay.”
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