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26 March 2020 02:34

United Kingdom Boris Johnson Coronavirus

Another 28 people have died in England with coronavirus, bringing the total in the UK to 465. The number of confirmed reported deaths in England alone has now passed 400, standing at 414, according to NHS England. ALSO READ: Woman, 21, 'with no health conditions', dies of coronavirus Deaths are down on Tuesday when NHS England revealed announced 83 deaths from Covid-19. Patients were aged between 47 and 93 years old and all except the 47-year-old had underlying health conditions. It follows six more deaths in Scotland, five more in Wales and a total of seven now in Northern Ireland.

Sign up to FREE email alerts from CambridgeLive - daily Subscribe Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice Invalid Email The UK death toll from coronavirus has risen to 465 after 28 more people died in England, it has been announced. The latest numbers were confirmed by Public Health England at just before 9pm this evening (March 25). Of the total number of deaths, 28 were in England with a further 13 across the rest of Britain. The new figures come after Addenbrooke's Hospital stopped all visitors to its wards, including those in intensive care. Cambridgeshire's regional total of positive cases rosed tonight from 43 to 53, while health officials confirmed 9,529 across the UK.

In a bid to deal with the pandemic, the NHS has called for 250,000 volunteers to help the service deal with extraordinary demand. It was also revealed today that Prince Charles has tested positive for coronavirus as the UK entered its second day of full lockdown. On Monday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson introduced tighter restrictions on public life and told people they can only leave their homes for the following limited reasons: Shopping for basic necessities One form of exercise a day performed alone Any medical need, to provide care or to help a vulnerable person Travelling to and from essential work that cannot be done from home Boris Johnson also announced the closure of all non-essential shops and businesses in his speech, which was watched by 27 million people. Follow all the latest Cambridgeshire coronavirus updates on our live blog.