The UK announced that 717 more coronavirus hospital patients have died on Monday, with the total number of confirmed deaths now stands at 11,329.
A total of 88,621 people have tested positive in the UK for coronavirus, up by 4,342 on Monday.
667 patients in England died in hospitals, with total in the country now totals 10,621.
Of these deaths, 118 happened on 12 April and 537 were recorded between 1 April 11 April. The last 12 deaths took place last month to 26 March.
The patients were aged between 17 and 101-years old. 40 of those people aged between 37 to 98-years old had no underlying health conditions.
15 deaths were recorded in Wales and Northern Ireland, with nine in Scotland.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said restrictions will still continue, and there are “optimistic signs” the coronavirus lockdown is working.
A total of 6,067 people have now tested positive for the virus in Scotland, up 155 from 5,912 the day before.
There are 211 people in intensive care in Scotland, with symptoms or coronavirus, a fall of 10 from Sunday. 1,797 people are in hospital with confirmed or suspected with the virus.
Sturgeon said labs in the Tayside and Ayrshire and Arran health board areas have not reported testing figures from the last 24 hours. She added, the death figures are often lower after the weekend.
She said, “There are early optimistic signs that the steps we are taking are working but until we know more, until we have solid evidence, we must stick with it.”
The Department of Health will announce later on Monday the UK’s number of new cases.