At least 50,413 people were killed in late May, with Covid-19 reporting on their death certificates, according to the National Statistics Office of England and Wales (ONS), Scotland’s National Archives and the North’s Statistics and Research Organization. Ireland.
The ONS said 45,748 people had died from the virus in England and Wales since May 29.
Another 3,911 died in Scotland on May 31 754 have died of the virus in Northern Ireland since May 29.
The United Kingdom has the second highest number of corona deaths worldwide. The death toll alone exceeds that of the United States, which has recorded more than 111,000 deaths.
The difference between the two deaths is caused by different measurement methods. The DHSC only records deaths where the deceased had previously been diagnosed with coronavirus, in contrast to the disease that was detected after the slaughter.
The United Kingdom has officially recorded 288,834 cases of corona, the highest number of cases in Europe.