Britain’s Covid-19 deaths fall to zero, fuelling demands to end lockdown

LONDON (BLOOMBERG) – Britain recorded no new Covid-19 deaths for the first time since the global pandemic began, bolstering calls from industry groups for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to lift restrictions as planned this month.

Zero deaths have been reported in the past day, according to the latest statistics published on the government’s coronavirus dashboard at 4pm (11pm Singapore time) on Tuesday (June 1).

That’s the first time since March 7 last year that nobody has died in the United Kingdom from the disease.

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