England coronavirus death toll rises by 46 to 303 - health authorities
LONDON (Reuters) - A further 46 people in England have died after testing positive to coronavirus, health authorities said on Monday, taking the total number of deaths to 303. That is up from 37 deaths on Sunday.
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LONDON (Reuters) - A further 46 people in England have died after testing positive to coronavirus , health authorities said on Monday, taking the total number of deaths to 303.
That is up from 37 deaths on Sunday. National Health Service England said the patients whose deaths were announced on Monday were aged between 47 and 105 years old and all had underlying health conditions.
(Reporting by Kylie MacLellan; Editing by Alistair Smout)
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