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Prime Minister Boris Johnson holds a press conference with England's chief medical officer Chris Whitty and England's NHS chief executive Sir Simon Stevens.
The UK death toll from coronavirus has passed 100,000, according to government figures.
A total of 100,162 people have died in the UK within 28 days of a positive Covid test since the start of the pandemic.
The daily number of deaths was 1,631 - this is higher than yesterday's figures when 592 deaths and 22,195 cases were recorded.
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