The number of weekly coronavirus deaths in England and Wales has fallen by 92% from the second wave peak roughly two months ago, figures suggest.
Weekly registered deaths involving coronavirus in England and Wales have fallen below 1,000, and to the lowest level since October, figures show.
The number of registered deaths in England and Wales has fallen below the average for this time of year for the first time in six months, figures show.
Two people have died at a property in East Dunbartonshire.
Eight more deaths have been linked to coronavirus in the north-east in the last week.
The number of deaths linked to coronavirus in care homes is at is the lowest level since August.
The Kent variant may be up to twice as deadly as previous strains of coronavirus, new research suggests.
People who have been infected with Covid-19 should not have pre-planned surgery for seven weeks after diagnosis to reduce their risk of death, researchers have said.
A further 26 cases of coronavirus and 12 deaths have been recorded across the region in the past 24 hours.
The number of deaths linked to coronavirus has reached more than 9,500, according to the latest statistics.
The number of weekly registered coronavirus deaths in England and Wales has fallen by more than a quarter to the lowest level since the start of the year, figures show.
The number of Covid deaths in Aberdeen are at their lowest level in 16 weeks.
Deaths in care homes related to coronavirus have reduced by almost 70% over the last four weeks, according to official figures.
The number of deaths involving Covid-19 registered each week in England and Wales has dropped by nearly a quarter, new figures show.
Death rates from the most common cancers are likely to fall this year, scientists have said, but the prediction comes amid warnings of the likely “marked” impact the pandemic could have on screening and early diagnosis.
Every person who has died from coronavirus lost 16 years of their life on average – and more than 20.5 million years may have been lost in total across the world, new figures suggest.
The death of a child in Scotland has been linked to coronavirus.
The number of weekly registered deaths involving coronavirus in England and Wales has fallen for the first time since Christmas, new data shows.
The second wave of coronavirus deaths in the UK hit a peak in the third week of January, new figures suggest.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has hailed the “enormous efforts” of coronavirus vaccinators as the number of Scots to have been given their first injection passed three quarters of a million.
The number of north-east deaths linked to coronavirus in January has been released today.
Health campaigners are calling for the minimum pricing for alcohol to be increased – even though new figures showed Scotland is the only part of the UK where drink-related deaths have fallen over the last two decades.
Weekly registered deaths of care home residents involving coronavirus have passed 2,000 and are at their highest level since the end of April, new figures show.
More than 900 people died with coronavirus on average every day in the UK in the first two weeks of 2021, figures show.
A year on from the UK’s first known death involving coronavirus, data shows that more than 900 people died with Covid-19 on average each day in the first half of January.
UK traffic collisions in the 12 months up to June 2020 were down by 16 per cent as lockdown measures caused traffic levels to tumble.
‘Sad and Sobering’: north-east residents urged to stick to the rules as region records worst week for Covid deaths
As the north-east recorded its highest number of Covid-linked deaths since the beginning of the pandemic, the region's political figures urged people to stick to the rules.
The north-east has recorded its worst week for Covid deaths since the pandemic began.
When historians look back on Boris Johnson’s time in No 10, the 100,000-plus deaths from coronavirus will loom large in their assessment.
The coronavirus has been rampant around the world for more than a year and has taken a grim human toll.