The Office for National Statistics has recorded the lowest number of UK coronavirus deaths since April 3rd.
According to ONS statistics, there were 3,810 deaths involving coronavirus in England and Wales registered in the week ending May 15.
The figures make it the lowest weekly number recorded in the last six weeks, and the lowest in total since lockdown.
It follows yesterday’s daily record lows of 121 in NHS England, Scotland confirmed 9, Wales announced 7 and Northern Ireland recorded 1.
The daily total is down considerably from recent Sunday totals, which tend to be lower on anyway due to a lag in reporting fatalities.
The Department of Health and Social Care also reported the lowest Sunday total in recent weeks, with 164 fatalities.
The total was considerably from recent Sunday totals, which tend to be lower on anyway due to a lag in reporting fatalities.
Of those that died, all had underlying medical problems and were between the ages of 40 and 100.
In the week, a 12-year-old boy was included in the count, he is believed to of had underlying medical issues also.
It follows fears Boris Johnson announced the easing of lockdown restrictions, allowing people to have access to parks and beaches.
Thousands were snapped on Brighton, Southend, and Margate beach yesterday, enjoying the sun on the shoreline during Bank Holiday.
Users of these area were supposed to adhere to coronavirus social distancing guidelines but with the sheer amount of people it looked impossible.
The mercury climbed as high as 26C on Monday as the Met Office predicted periods of sun for this afternoon.