Dominic Raab gives coronavirus update today 13/04/2020 and he has announced that 290,720 tests carried out across Great Britain, and 88, 621 tested positive.
Dominic Raab added that 11,329 have sadly died an increase of 1,454 people since the 11/04/2020.
Please note! Behind each one of these deaths, there is a name a loss and a family that will not be the same again. We all share the responsibility to tackle this virus by staying at home.
The total number of Covid-19 cases in UK today 13/04/2020 rises to: 88, 621 Confirmed Cases and 11,329 Confirmed Deaths
The number of the people died within the last two days and recorded today 13/04/2020, is now 1,454.
In UK 11,329 people died from Coronavirus recorded so far.
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