THE UK death toll has exceeded 35,000, with 35,341 deaths recorded in the last 24 hours, as 545 more people die.
On Monday, Professor Jonathan Van-Tam warned Covid-19 may return again in autumn and winter, as we currently have more than one million Brits left unemployed.
But there is a glimmer of hope as experts believe the daily death toll could go down to zero by the end of June.
Many Brits have started to return to work this week as lockdown measures ease, schools are looking to reopen and officials have said the crucial virus “R” infection rate may have risen over the last week.
Meanwhile, the World Health Organisation Director urged clinicians worldwide to be on “alert” for a condition likened to Kawasaki disease.
The deadly inflammatory syndrome associated with Covid-19 has affected more than 200 children in Europe.
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