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Coronavirus: UK’s Youngest victim is aged just five years old

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Coronavirus: UK’s Youngest victim is aged just five years old

708 people have sadly died within the United Kingdom after testing positive for coronavirus.

This includes the UK’s youngest at the age of just five years old taking the death toll within the UK to 4,313 people.

The very tragic increase in deaths is up to 5pm the day before the figures are released.

This week has seen a drastic increase in the daily death rate on Friday 684 people died and on Thursday 569 people died.

The number of people testing positive up to 9am on Saturday morning 41,903 with a total of 183,190 people being tested.

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