UK COVID-19 death toll from confirmed cases rises by 21 to 44,819

LONDON (Reuters) - The United Kingdom's death toll from confirmed cases of COVID-19 rose to 44,819, up 21 on the previous day, the government said on Sunday. (Reporting by Paul Sandle; Editing by Andrew Cawthorne)

Reuters July 13, 2020 00:10:10 IST
UK COVID-19 death toll from confirmed cases rises by 21 to 44,819

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LONDON (Reuters) - The United Kingdom's death toll from confirmed cases of COVID-19 rose to 44,819, up 21 on the previous day, the government said on Sunday.

(Reporting by Paul Sandle; Editing by Andrew Cawthorne)

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