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Covid-19, the Corona Virus, Archived news of the infection and spread as we recorded from March 24th 2020

Covid -19

Primary Health Net published all data received from March 24th to August 31st . Infection and Death Rates will continue to be published daily on the PHN Covid hub.

Case numbers each day plus county variations are shown here from March 24th to August 31st 2020

Recent infection rates are published here along with all Gov.UK news releases Click Here

 



Dateline 31st August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate today 1323 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+79 on yesterday)

 

As of 9am on 30th August, there have been 16273209 number processed tests, and up till today 335873 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 29th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 2 death
Total Total 41,501

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed



186500
See full stats 1406 2
Cum Total 16273209   335873 41501



Dateline 30th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate today 1244 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+97 on yesterday)

 

As of 9am on 29th August, there have been N/a number processed tests, and up till today 334467 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 28th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 1 death
Total Total 41,499

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed



n/a
See full stats 1715 1
Cum Total n/a   334467 41499



Dateline 29th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate today 1147 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (-26 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 28th August, there have been N/a number processed tests, and up till today 331644 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 27th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 12 deaths
Total Total 41,498

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed



n/a
See full stats 1108 12
Cum Total n/a   332752 41498


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The Gov Statistics page has been particularly erratic over the last few weeks and also not regular and punctual.

We have not been able to publish cumulative processed or daily test figures since the 20th August and yesterday no positive test figures were published on the 26th August

Dateline 28th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate today 1173 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+35 on yesterday))

Significant 3 day Rise

As of 9am on 27th August, there have been N/a number processed tests, and up till today 331644 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 26th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 9 deaths
Total Total 41,486

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed



n/a
See full stats 1522 9
Cum Total n/a   328846 41486

Dateline 27th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate today 1138 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+48 on yesterday))

Significant 2 day Rise

As of 9am on 27th August, there have been 16,273,209 processed tests, and up till today 330368 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 26th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 12 deaths
Total Total 41,477

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed



186,500
See full stats 1522 12
Cum Total 16,273,209   328846 41477

Dateline 26th August 2020

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The Gov Statistics page has been particuarly erratic over the last few weeks and also not regular and puntual.

We have not been abale to publish cumulative processed or daily test figures since the 20th August and yesterday no positive test figures were published on the 26th August


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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate n/a today (25th Aug: 1056 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+13 on yesterday))

Our calculations 26th +ves are 1048, providing PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1090 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+34 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 20th August, there have been 15177265 processed tests, and today 328846 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 23rd August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 16deaths
Total Total 41,465

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed




n/a
See full stats 1048 16
Cum Total

n/a
  328846 414465

Dateline 25th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1056 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+13 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 20th August, there have been 15177265 processed tests, and today 327798 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 23rd August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 16deaths
Total Total 41,449

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed




n/a
See full stats 1184 16
Cum Total

n/a
  327798 414449

Dateline 24th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1043 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+20 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 20th August, there have been 15177265 processed tests, and today 326614 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 22ndt August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 4 deaths
Total Total 41,437

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed




n/a
See full stats 853 4
Cum Total

n/a
  326614 41,437

Dateline 23rd August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1023 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+1 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 20th August, there have been 15177265 processed tests, and today 325642 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 21st August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 6 deaths
Total Total 41,433

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed




n/a
See full stats 1041 6
Cum Total

n/a
  325642 41,433

Dateline 22nd August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1022 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+30 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 20th August, there have been 15177265 processed tests, and today 324601 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 20th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 18 deaths
Total Total 41,427

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed




n/a
See full stats 1288 18
Cum Total

n/a
  324601 41,427

Dateline 21st August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 992 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (-66 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 20th August, there have been 15177265 processed tests, with 323313 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 19th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 6 deaths
Total Total 41,409

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed




n/a
See full stats 1033 6
Cum Total

n/a
  323313 41,409

Dateline 20th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1058 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (-37 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 19th August, there have been 15,177,265 processed tests, with 322,280 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 18th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 6 deaths
Total Total 41,403

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed




190,434
See full stats 1182 6
Cum Total

15,177,265
  322,280 41,403

Dateline 19th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1095 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (-28 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 18th August, there have been 14,988,134 processed tests, with 321,098 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 17th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 16 deaths
Total Total 41,397

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed



163,010
See full stats 812 16
Cum Total

14,988,134
  320,286 41,397

321,098

Dateline 18th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1123 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (-8 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 17th August, there have been 14,825,051 processed tests, with 319197 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 16th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 12 deaths
Total Total 41,381

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed


150,174
See full stats 1089 12
Cum Total

14,825,051
  320,286 41,381

Dateline 17th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1131 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (-15 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 16th August, there have been 14,674841 processed tests, with 319197 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 156th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 3 deaths
Total Total 41369

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed

169,276
See full stats 713 3
Cum Total

14,674,841
  319197 41369

Dateline 16th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1146 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (-3 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 15th August, there have been 14,674841 processed tests, with 319197 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 14th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 3 deaths
Total Total 41369

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed

n/a
See full stats 1040 4
Cum Total

n/a
  318484 41366

Dateline 15th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1149 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+45 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 14th August, there have been 14,320,621 processed tests, with 318484 Having tested positive

As of 5pm on 13th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 4 deaths
Total Total 41361

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed

177957
See full stats 1044 4
Cum Total 14,505565   317444 41362

Dateline 14th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1104 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+89 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 13th August, there have been 14142764 processed tests, with 317859 positive e

As of 5pm on 12th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 10 deaths
Total Total 41357

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed

171252
See full stats 1492 10
Cum Total 14142764   317859 41357

Dateline 13th August 2020

As of today the NHS has adjusted the death numbers by only counting a death as Covid related if the deceased had tested positive within the last 28 days.

Although publishing the total number of tests carried out is still published the numbers have been adjusted and we will now only report on daily processed test numbers.

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1015 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+70 on yesterday) On a day when increased sanctions were applied from the weekend for France and others

As of 9am on 12th August, there have been 13,971,512 processed tests, with 36317 Finally posted 24 hours late

As of 5pm on 11th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 18 deaths
Total Total 41347

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed

184,444
See full stats 1441 18
Cum Total 13,971,512   316317 41347

Dateline 12th August 2020

As of today the NHS has adjusted the death numbers by only counting a death as Covid related if the deceased had tested positive within the last 28 days.

Although publishing the total number of tests carried out is still published the numbers have been adjusted and we will now only report on daily processed test numbers.

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 945 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+17 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 12th August, there have been 18,868,566 tests, with 313,798 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 11th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus in last 28 days There were 21 deaths
Total Total 41329

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Processed
166,311
See full stats 1009 21
Cum Total 13,785,297   313,798 41329

Dateline 11th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 928 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+68 another July /August record)

As of 9am on 11th August, there have been 18,868,566 tests, with 312,789 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 10th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus,

Deaths as reported by in new Gov.uk figures Total 46526 and increase of 21 (9th August TBA) Link to Death figs
Last reported Gov UK Death Figs across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)


Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All







261,545
See full stats 1148 n/a
Processed


164,061
     
Cum Total 18,868,566   312789 45119 not GOV updated

Dateline 10th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 860 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (-15 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 10th August, there have been 18,605,095 tests, with 311641 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 9th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus,

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 46526 (GOV amended )and increase of 21 (9th August )
Last reported Gov UK Death Figs across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)


Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All






254,410
See full stats 816 n/a
Processed


166,207
     
Cum Total 18,605,095   311,641 45119 not GOV updated


Dateline 9th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 875 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+43 on yesterday) Largest Daily Ave rate since 28th June

As of 9am on 9th August, there have been18,349,668 tests, with 310,825 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 8th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus,

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 46574 and increase of 8 (8th August )
Last reported Gov UK Death Figs across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)


Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All





246,966
See full stats 1062 n/a
Processed


165,176
     
Cum Total 18,349,668   310,825 45119 not GOV updated

Dateline 8th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 832 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (-2 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 8th August, there have been18102702 tests, with 309,763 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 7th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus,

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 46566 and increase of 55 (7th August )
Last reported Gov UK Death Figs across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)


Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All





301143
See full stats 758 n/a
Processed


n/a
     
Cum Total 18102702   309763 45119 not GOV updated

Dateline 7th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 834 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (-1 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 7th August, there have been17,801,559 tests, with 309,005 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 6th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus,

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 46511 and increase of 98 (6th August )
Last reported Gov UK Death Figs across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)


Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All





294,156
See full stats 871 n/a
Processed


185,980
     
Cum Total 17,801,559   309,005 45119 not GOV updated

Dateline 6th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 835 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+15 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 6th August, there have been 17,515,234 tests, with 308,134 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 5th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus,

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 46413 and increase of 46 (5th August )
Last reported Gov UK Death Figs across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)


Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All




276,935
See full stats 950 n/a
Processed

174,519
     
Cum Total 17,515,234   308,134 45119 not GOV updated

Dateline 5th August 2020

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Rolling Average (7 Day) daily infection rate
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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 820 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+18 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 5th August, there have been 17,210,335 tests, with 307,184 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 4th August, of those tested positive for coronavirus,

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 46364 and increase of 65 (4th August )
Last reported Gov UK Death Figs across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)


Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All



264,772
See full stats 892 n/a
Processed

163,422
     
Cum Total 17,210,335   307,184 45119 not GOV updated

Dateline 4th August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 802 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+13 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 4th August, there have been16,942,992 tests, with 306,293 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 3rd August, of those tested positive for coronavirus,

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 46299 and increase of 89 (3rd August )
Last reported Gov UK Death Figs across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)


Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All





229,526
See full stats 670 n/a
Processed




158,666
     
Cum Total 16,942,992   306,293 45119 not GOV updated

Dateline 3rd August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 789 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+36 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 3rd August, there have been16,499,272 tests, with 305,623 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 2nd August, of those tested positive for coronavirus,

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 46210 and increase of 9 (2nd August )
Lat reported Gov UK Death Figs across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)


Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All





215,761
See full stats 938 n/a
Processed



163,786
     
Cum Total 16,717,684   305,623 45119 not GOV updated

Dateline 2nd August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 753 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+0 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 2nd August, there have been16,499,272 tests, with 304,695 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 1st August, of those tested positive for coronavirus,

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 46201 and increase of 8 (1st August )
Lat reported Gov UK Death Figs across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)


Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All




218,046
See full stats 744 n/a
Processed


162,088
     
Cum Total 16,499,272   304,695 45119 not GOV updated

Dateline 1st August 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 753 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+0 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 1st August, there have been 16,280,223tests, with 303,181 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 31st August, of those tested positive for coronavirus,

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 46193 and increase of 74 (1st August )
Lat reported Gov UK Death Figs across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)


Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All




258,796
See full stats 771 n/a
Processed


190,220
     
Cum Total 16,280,223   303,181 45119 not GOV updated

Dateline 31st July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 753 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+16 on yesterday) Still Upwards!

As of 9am on 31st July, there have been 16,019,907tests, with 303,181 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 30th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus,

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 46119 and increase of 120 (30th July)
Lat reported Gov UK Death Figs across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)


Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All



280,232
See full stats 880 n/a
Processed


206,656
     
Cum Total 16,019,907   303,181 45119 not GOV updated

Dateline 30th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 737 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+11 on yesterday) Still Upwards!

As of 9am on 30th July, there have been 15,738,735 tests, with 302,301 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 29th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus,

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 45999 and increase of 38 (29th July)
Lat reported Gov UK Death Figs across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)


Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All



258,979
See full stats 846 n/a
Processed

165,480
     
Cum Total 15,738,735   302,301 45119 not GOV updated

Dateline 29th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 726 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+29 on yesterday) The highest Daily Increase this month!

As of 9am on 29th July, there have been 15,478,728 tests, with 301,455 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 28th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 45961 and increase of 83 (28th July)

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All


280,541
See full stats 726 n/a
Processed

154,946
     
Cum Total 15,478,728   301,455 45119 not GOV updated

Dateline 28th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 691new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+14 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 28th July, there have been 15,197,099 tests, with 300,692 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 27th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 45878 and increase of 119 (27th July)

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All


214,721
See full stats 581 n/a
Processed

99,090
     
Cum Total 15,197,099   300,692 45119 not updated

Dateline 27th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 677new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+15 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 27th July, there have been 14,981525 tests, with 300,111 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 26th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 45759 and increase of 7 (25th July)

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All


197,170
See full stats 685 n/a
Processed
113,424
     
Cum Total 14,981,525   300,111 45119 not updated

Dateline 26th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 662new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+3 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 26th July, there have been 14,794,369 tests, with 299,426 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 25th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 45752 and increase of 14 (25th July)

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All


225,481
See full stats 767 n/a
Processed
142,954
     
Cum Total 14,794,369   298,681 45119 not updated

Dateline 25th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 659new infections per day (7 day rolling) (-9 on yesterday) 1st Decrease for 10 days

As of 9am on 25th July, there have been 14,568,733 tests, with 298,681 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 24th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 45738 and increase of 61 (25th July)

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All


280,495
See full stats 767 n/a
Processed
157,229
     
Cum Total 14,568,733   298,681 45119 not updated

Dateline 24th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 668new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+12 on yesterday) 9th Day increase on the run.

As of 9am on 24th July, there have been 14,291,673 tests, with 297,914 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 23rd July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)

Deaths as reported by in News were Total 45677 and increase of 123 (24th July)

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All


309,231
See full stats 768 n/a
Processed
152,133
     
Cum Total 14,291,673   297,914 45119 not updated

Dateline 23rd July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 656 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+18 on yesterday) 8th Day increase on the run.

As of 9am on 23rd July, there have been 13,974,097 tests, with 297,146 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 22nd July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated by Gov.uk as from 15th July.)

Deaths as reported by BBC News were Total 45,554 and increase of 53 (23rd July)

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All


207,617
See full stats 769 n/a
Processed
147,595
     
Cum Total 13,974,097   297,146 45119 not updated

Dateline 22nd July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 638 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+3 on yesterday) 7th Day increase on the run.

As of 9am on 22nd July, there have been 13,763,289 tests, with 296,377 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 21st July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated as from 15th July.)

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All

193,745
See full stats 560 n/a
Processed
142,559
     
Cum Total 13,763,289   296,377 45119 not updated

Dateline 21st July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 635 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+7 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 21st July, there have been 13,572759 tests, with 295,817 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 20th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated as from 15th July.)

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All

150716
See full stats 445 n/a
Processed
101741
     
Cum Total 13,572759   295817 45119 not updated

Dateline 20th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 628 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+7 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 20th July, there have been 13,459,190 tests, with 295,372 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 19th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated as from 15th July.)

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All

165,545
See full stats 580 n/a
Processed
120,968
     
Cum Total 13,459,190   295,372 45119 not updated

Dateline 19th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 621 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+11 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 19th July, there have been 13,293,523 tests, with 294792 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 18th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 45,119* have died. (*Not Updated as from 15th July.)

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All 180057 See full stats 726 n/a
Processed
140393
     
Cum Total 13,293,523   294,792 45119 not updated

Dateline 18th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 610 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+1 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 18th July, there have been 12,892,406 tests, with 293239 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 17th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 45,119 have died. Not Updated as from 15th July.

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All 218,003 See full stats 687 n/a
Processed
177,625
     
Cum Total 13,112,764   294,066 45119 not updated

Dateline 17th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 609 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (+25 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 17th July, there have been 12,892,406 tests, with 293239 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 16th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 45,119 have died. Not Updated as from 15th July.

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All 219621 See full stats 687 n/a
Processed 165966      
Cum Total 12,892,406   293239 45119 not updated

Dateline 16th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 584 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (No Change on yesterday)

As of 9am on 16th July, there have been 12,669634 tests, with 292552 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 15th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 45,119 have died.

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All 202912 See full stats 642 66
Processed 152063      
Cum Total 12669634   292552 45119

Dateline 15th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 584 new infections per day (7 day rolling) (-17 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 15th July, there have been 12,461,869 tests, with 291,911 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 14th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 45,053have died.

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All 142168 See full stats 398 85
Processed 132,121      
Cum Total 12,461,869   291,911 45,053

Dateline 14th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 597 new infections per day (7 day rolling)first downturn ofr a few days (-27 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 14th July, there have been 12,270,317 tests, with 291,373 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 13th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 44819 have died.

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All 142168 See full stats 398 138
Processed 97403      
Cum Total 12,270,317   291,3733 44968

Dateline 13th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 624 new infections per day (7 day rolling) continuing increase for some time (+26 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 13th July, there have been 12,128,749 tests, with 290,133 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 12th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 44819 have died.

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All 144455 See full stats 530 11
Processed 101927      
Cum Total 12128749   290,133 44819

Dateline 12th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 598 new infections per day (7 day rolling) continuing increase for some time (+19 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 12th July, there have been 11990257 tests, with 289603 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 11th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 44819 have died.

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All 207387 See full stats 650 44
Processed 134890      
Cum Total 11990257   289603 44819

Dateline 11th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 579 new infections per day (7 day rolling) largest increase for some time (+28 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 11th July, there have been 11782192 tests, with 288953 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 10th July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 44798 have died.

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All 243078 See full stats 512 148
Processed 153667      
Cum Total 11782192   288953 44798



Dateline 10th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 551 new infections per day (7 day rolling) Back on track (- 5 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 10th July, there have been 112538519 tests, with 288133 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 9 July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 44650 have died.

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All 250072 See full stats 512 48
Processed 160970      
Cum Total 11538519   288133 44650

Dateline 8th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 556 new infections per day (7 day rolling) Back on track (+ 10 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 9th July, there have been 11286921 tests, with 245507 tests on 8 July.

287621 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 8 July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 44602 have died.

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All 245507 See full stats 642 85
Processed 152362      
Cum Total 11286921   286,979 44602

Dateline 8th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 546 new infections per day (7 day rolling) Back on track (-29 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 8th July, there have been 11041203 tests, with 240340 tests on 7 July.

286,979 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 7 July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 44,517 have died.

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All 240340 See full stats 630 126
Processed 125978      
Cum Total 11041203   286,979 44517

Dateline 7th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 575 new infections per day (7 day rolling) Back on track (-15 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 7th July, there have been 10,777,399 tests, with 141,807 tests on 6 July.

286,349 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 6 July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 44,391 have died.

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All 141807 See full stats 581 155
Processed 94284      
Cum Total 10,777,399   286,349 44391

Dateline 6th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 590 new infections per day (7 day rolling) Back on track (-66 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 6th July, there have been 10,651308 tests, with 143457 tests on 5 July.

285768 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 5 July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 44,23620 have died.

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All 143457 See full stats 352 16
Processed 97315      
Cum Total 10651308   285768 44236

Dateline 5th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 656 new infections per day (7 day rolling) Back on track (-55 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 5th July, there have been 10,505,758 tests, with 164849 tests on 4 July.

285416 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 4 July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 44,220 have died.

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All 164849 See full stats 516 22
Processed 125622      
Cum Total 10505758   285416 44220

Dateline 4th July 2020

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PHN 7 day rolling infection rate711 new infections per day (7 day rolling) Back on track although slow decline (-38 on yesterday)

As of 9am on 4 July, there have been 10,340,511 tests, with 219544 tests on 3 July.

284,900 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 3 July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 44,198 have died.

Daily Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
All 219544 See full stats 624 67
Processed 171540      
Cum Total 10340511   284900 44198

Dateline 3rd July 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate749 new infections per day (7 day rolling) Back on track although slow decline

As of 9am on 3 July, there have been 10,120,276 tests, with 205,673 tests on 2 July.

284,276 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 2 July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 44,131 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 205,673 Unavailable 544 137
Total 10,120,276 Unavailable 284,276 44,131

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

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Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 22,574 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 46,473 124,473 27,525 7,202 205,673
Positive 140 404 - - 544

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,905,178 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,993,828 5,256,156 1,092,830 777,462 10,120,276
Positive 197,571 86,705 - - 284,276

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 44,068 80,405 124,473
Cumulative 2,195,870 3,060,286 5,256,156

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

Tests processed Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 5,992 1,210 7,202
Cumulative 212,130 565,332 777,462

Dateline 2nd July 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 815 new infections per day (7 day rolling) Back on track although slow decline

As of 9am on 2 July, there have been 9,914,663 tests, with 252,084 tests on 1 July.

283,757 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 1 July, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 43,995 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 252,084 Unavailable 576 89
Total 9,914,663 Unavailable 283,757 43,995

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

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Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 27,337 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 49,258 168,921 29,401 4,504 252,084
Positive 186 390 - - 576

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,882,643 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,947,392 5,130,686 1,066,325 770,260 9,914,663
Positive 197,431 86,326 - - 283,757

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 50,481 118,080 168,921
Cumulative 2,151,871 2,978,815 5,130,686

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

Tests processed Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 3,449 1,055 4,504
Cumulative 206,138 564,122 770,260

Dateline 1st July 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 893 new infections per day (7 day rolling) First time increase for a while

As of 9am on 1 July, there have been 9,662,051 tests, with 226,398 tests on 30 June.

313,483 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 30 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 43,906 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 226,398 Unavailable 829 176
Total 9,662,051 Unavailable 313,483 43,906

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

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Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 22,572 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 47,474 146,624 26,622 5,678 226,398
Positive 214 615 - - 829

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,896,609 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,897,765 4,961,632 1,036,898 765,756 9,662,051
Positive 197,246 116,237 - - 313,483

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 46,381 100,243 146,624
Cumulative 2,101,149 2,860,483 4,961,632

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

Tests processed Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 4,603 1,075 5,678
Cumulative 202,689 563,067 765,756

Dateline 30th June 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 867 new infections per day (7 day rolling) Almost similar to lockdown day at 833/day but a way to go

As of 9am on 30 June, there have been 9,426,631 tests, with 133,467 tests on 29 June.

312,654 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 29 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 43,730 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 133,467 Unavailable 689 155
Total 9,426,631 Unavailable 312,654 43,730

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

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Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 21,939 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 39,169 63,340 22,559 8,399 133,467
Positive 226 463 - - 689

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,874,037 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,850,314 4,814,779 1,010,203 751,335 9,426,631
Positive 197,032 115,622 - - 312,654

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 11,245 52,095 63,340
Cumulative 2,054,882 2,759,897 4,814,779

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

Tests processed Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 4,758 3,641 8,399
Cumulative 189,343 561,992 751,335

Dateline 29th June 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 894 new infections per day (7 day rolling) Almost similar to lockdown day at 833/day but a way to go.

As of 9am on 29 June, there have been 9,290,215 tests, with 93,881 tests on 28 June.

311,965 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 28 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 43,575 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 93,881 Unavailable 815 25
Total 9,290,215 Unavailable 311,965 43,575

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

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Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 17,724 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 30,656 49,054 5,928 8,243 93,881
Positive 220 595 - - 815

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,852,098 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,808,681 4,750,954 987,644 742,936 9,290,215
Positive 196,806 115,159 - - 311,965

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 23,655 25,399 49,054
Cumulative 2,043,866 2,707,088 4,750,954

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

Tests processed Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 3,243 5,000 8,243
Cumulative 184,585 558,351 742,936

Dateline 28th June 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 914 new infections per day (7 day rolling) Almost similar to lockdown day at 833/day but a way to go.

As of 9am on 28 June, there have been 9,195,132 tests, with 127,709 tests on 27 June.

311,151 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 27 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 43,550 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 127,709 Unavailable 901 36
Total 9,195,132 Unavailable 311,151 43,550

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

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Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 21,837 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 40,854 68,324 14,929 3,602 127,709
Positive 169 732 - - 901

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,834,374 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,777,265 4,701,918 981,256 734,693 9,195,132
Positive 196,587 114,564 - - 311,151

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 34,641 33,683 68,324
Cumulative 2,020,498 2,681,420 4,701,918

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

Tests processed Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 3,602 0 3,602
Cumulative 181,342 553,351 734,693

Dateline 27th June 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 960 new infections per day (7 day rolling) Almost similar to lockdown day at 833/day but a way to go.

As of 9am on 27 June, there have been 9,067,577 tests, with 155,359 tests on 26 June.

310,250 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 26 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 43,514 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 155,359 Unavailable 890 100
Total 9,067,577 Unavailable 310,250 43,514

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 22,965 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 43,839 55,156 35,711 20,653 155,359
Positive 246 644 - - 890

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,812,537 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,736,411 4,633,748 966,327 731,091 9,067,577
Positive 196,418 113,832 - - 310,250

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 30,328 24,828 55,156
Cumulative 1,986,011 2,647,737 4,633,748

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

Tests processed Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 3,226 17,427 20,653
Cumulative 177,740 553,351 731,091

Dateline 26th June 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1018 new infections per day (7 day rolling)

As of 9am on 26 June, there have been 8,911,226 tests, with 165,665 tests on 25 June.

309,360 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 25 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 43,414 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 165,665 Unavailable 1,006 186
Total 8,911,226 Unavailable 309,360 43,414

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 21,346 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 42,153 67,736 36,438 19,338 165,665
Positive 247 759 - - 1,006

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,789,572 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,692,572 4,577,600 930,616 710,438 8,911,226
Positive 196,172 113,188 - - 309,360

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 34,584 33,152 67,736
Cumulative 1,955,860 2,621,740 4,577,600

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

Tests processed Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 2,824 16,514 19,338
Cumulative 174,514 535,924 710,438

Dateline 25th June 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1066 new infections per day (7 day rolling)

As of 9am on 25 June, there have been 8,710,292 tests, with 167,023 tests on 24 June.

307,980 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 24 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 43,230 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 167,023 Unavailable 1,118 149
Total 8,710,292 Unavailable 307,980 43,230

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 25,176 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 43,620 59,460 36,102 27,841 167,023
Positive 387 731 - - 1,118

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,750,821 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,629,977 4,495,020 894,195 691,100 8,710,292
Positive 195,838 112,142 - - 307,980

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 32,406 27,054 59,460
Cumulative 1,907,078 2,587,942 4,495,020

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

Tests processed Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 2,880 24,961 27,841
Cumulative 171,690 519,410 691,100

Dateline 24th June 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1081 new infections per day (7 day rolling)

As of 9am on 24 June, there have been 8,542,186 tests, with 232,086 tests on 23 June.

306,862 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 23 June, of those who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 43,081 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 232,086 Unavailable 653 154
Total 8,542,186 Unavailable 306,862 43,081

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 22,698 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 45,784 90,009 35,006 61,287 232,086
Positive 164 489 - - 653

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,725,645 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,586,357 4,435,253 857,323 663,253 8,542,186
Positive 195,451 111,411 - - 306,862

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 12,260 77,749 90,009
Cumulative 1,875,004 2,560,249 4,435,253

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

Tests processed Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 2,927 58,360 61,287
Cumulative 168,810 494,443 663,253

Dateline 23rd June 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1147 new infections per day (7 day rolling)

As of 9am on 23 June, there have been 8,309,929 tests, with 237,142 tests on 22 June.

306,210 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 22 June, of those who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 42,927 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 237,142 Unavailable 874 171
Total 8,309,929 Unavailable 306,210 42,927

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 21,243 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 36,984 78,127 26,084 95,947 237,142
Positive 271 603 - - 874

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,702,947 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,540,573 4,345,332 822,058 601,966 8,309,929
Positive 195,288 110,922 - - 306,210

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 13,045 65,082 78,127
Cumulative 1,862,832 2,482,500 4,345,332

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

Tests processed Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 3,087 92,860 95,947
Cumulative 165,883 436,083 601,966

Dateline 22nd June 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1205 new infections per day (7 day rolling)


As of 9am on 22 June, there have been 8,029,757 tests, with 139,659 tests on 21 June.

305,289 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 21 June, of those who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 42,647 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 139,659 Unavailable 958 15
Total 8,029,757 Unavailable 305,289 42,647

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 18,906 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 29,457 96,468 9,902 3,832 139,659
Positive 260 698 - - 958

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,681,704 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,500,489 4,267,334 795,915 466,019 8,029,757
Positive 194,970 110,319 - - 305,289

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 14,068 82,400 96,468
Cumulative 1,849,916 2,417,418 4,267,334

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 3,832 0 3,832
Cumulative 162,796 303,223 466,019

Dateline 21st June 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1219 new infections per day (7 day rolling)

As of 9am on 21 June, there have been 7,890,145 tests, with 175,018 tests on 20 June.

304,331 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 20 June, of those who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 42,632 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 175,018 Unavailable 1,221 43
Total 7,890,145 Unavailable 304,331 42,632

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 18,913 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 36,118 113,514 20,426 4,960 175,018
Positive 336 885 - - 1,221

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,662,798 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,470,849 4,171,096 786,013 462,187 7,890,145
Positive 194,710 109,621 - - 304,331

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 27,726 85,788 113,514
Cumulative 1,836,078 2,335,018 4,171,096

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 4,960 0 4,960
Cumulative 158,964 303,223 462,187

Dateline 20th June 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1260 new infections per day (7 day rolling)

As of 9am on 20 June, there have been 7715127 tests, with 282013 tests on 20 June.

303110 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 20 June, of those who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 42,589 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 282013 Unavailable 1295 128
Total 7715127 Unavailable 303110 42589

Daily

Dateline 19th June 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1279 new infections per day (7 day rolling)

As of 9am on 19 June, there have been 7,433,114 tests, with 169,600 tests on 18 June.

301,815 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 18 June, of those who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 42,461 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 169,600 Unavailable 1,346 173
Total 7,433,114 Unavailable 301,815 42,461

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 23,472 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 41,620 78,377 44,895 4,708 169,600
Positive 381 965 - - 1,346

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,621,952 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,393,809 3,965,280 722,961 351,064 7,433,114
Positive 194,010 107,805 - - 301,815

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 27,797 50,580 78,377
Cumulative 1,779,408 2,185,872 3,965,280

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 3,348 1,360 4,708
Cumulative 149,631 201,433 351,064

Dateline 18th June 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1307 new infections per day (7 day rolling)

As of 9am on 18 June, there have been 7,259,555 tests, with 136,516 tests on 17 June.

300,469 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 17 June, of those who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 42,288 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 136,516 Unavailable 1,218 135
Total 7,259,555 Unavailable 300,469 42,288

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 23,244 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 43,035 45,171 44,082 4,228 136,516
Positive 336 882 - - 1,218

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,598,395 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,348,319 3,886,704 678,176 346,356 7,259,555
Positive 193,629 106,840 - - 300,469

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 26,541 18,630 45,171
Cumulative 1,751,998 2,134,706 3,886,704

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 2,923 1,305 4,228
Cumulative 146,283 200,073 346,356

Dateline 17th June 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1314 new infections per day (7 day rolling)

As of 9am on 17 June, there have been 7,121,976 tests, with 140,359 tests on 16 June.

299,251 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 16 June, of those who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 42,153 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 140,359 Unavailable 1,115 184
Total 7,121,976 Unavailable 299,251 42,153

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 20,399 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 42,540 53,795 39,895 4,129 140,359
Positive 328 787 - - 1,115

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,575,151 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,305,284 3,842,418 632,146 342,128 7,121,976
Positive 193,293 105,958 - - 299,251

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 22,761 31,034 53,795
Cumulative 1,726,800 2,115,618 3,842,418

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 2,849 1,280 4,129
Cumulative 143,360 198,768 342,128

Dateline 16th June 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1298 new infections per day (7 day rolling)

As of 9am on 16 June, there have been 6,981,493 tests, with 113,107 tests on 15 June.

298,136 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 15 June, of those who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 41,969 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 113,107 Unavailable 1,279 233
Total 6,981,493 Unavailable 298,136 41,969

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 18,375 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 35,711 38,989 28,186 10,221 113,107
Positive 329 950 - - 1,279

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,554,752 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,262,744 3,788,546 592,204 337,999 6,981,493
Positive 192,965 105,171 - - 298,136

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 16,066 22,923 38,989
Cumulative 1,704,235 2,084,311 3,788,546

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 4,026 6,195 10,221
Cumulative 140,511 197,488 337,999

16 June notes

To ensure consistent reporting across all pillars we have paused reporting the number of people tested due to an issue with the data for pillar 2. There are a small percentage of cases in pillar 2 where a person has been tested more than once or tested positive for coronavirus more than once. Any incorrect figures identified will be corrected.

The total number of tests has been revised since yesterday’s total after the following changes to the historical data:

  • 201 tests added from the pillar 2 cumulative total
  • 1,704 tests added to the pillar 3 cumulative total

The daily tests reported today have been added to this revised total rather than the total reported yesterday, so the cumulative total today is 1,905 higher than if you added the daily tests to yesterday’s total.

For pillar 2, the cumulative number of in-person tests today is 160 higher than if you added the daily tests to yesterday’s total, and the number of delivery route tests is 361 lower.

The total number of people tested in pillar 1 have been revised since yesterday’s total, after revisions to historical data for England.

The daily people tested reported today have been added to this revised total rather than the total reported yesterday.

The cumulative total today is therefore 8,841 higher than if you added the daily figure to yesterday’s total.

Testing capacity

At 9am on 15 June, testing capacity was 241,540.

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
Lab capacity 65,120 135,000 40,000 1,420 241,540

Dateline 15th June 2020

PHN 7 day rolling infection rate 1313 new infections per day (7 day rolling)

As of 9am on 14 June, there have been 6,772,602 tests, with 144,865 tests on 13 June.

295,889 people have tested positive.

As of 9am on 15 June, there have been 6,866,481 tests, with 93,163 tests on 14 June.

296,857 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 14 June, of those who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 41,736 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 93,163 Unavailable 1,056 38
Total 6,866,481 Unavailable 296,857 41,736

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 18,783 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 30,700 45,235 13,452 3,776 93,163
Positive 305 751 - - 1,056

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,527,536 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,227,033 3,749,356 562,314 327,778 6,866,481
Positive 192,636 104,221 - - 296,857

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 16,757 28,478 45,235
Cumulative 1,688,329 2,061,027 3,749,356

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 3,776 0 3,776
Cumulative 136,485 191,293 327,778

 

Dateline 14th June 2020

As of 5pm on 13 June, of those who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 41,698 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 144,865 Unavailable 1,514 36
Total 6,772,602 Unavailable 295,889 41,698

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 20,501 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 37,983 82,560 21,337 2,985 144,865
Positive 363 1,151 - - 1,514

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,510,587 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,195,481 3,704,325 548,794 324,002 6,772,602
Positive 192,419 103,470 - - 295,889

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 37,264 45,296 82,560
Cumulative 1,672,450 2,031,875 3,704,325

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 2,985 0 2,985
Cumulative 132,709 191,293 324,002

Dateline 13th June 2020

As of 9am 13 June, there have been 6,624,676 tests, with 188,794 tests on 12 June.

294,375 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 12 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 41,662 have sadly died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 188,794 Unavailable 1,425 181
Total 6,624,676 Unavailable 294,375 41,662

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 24,634 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 40,426 96,709 46,952 4,707 188,794
Positive 441 984 - - 1,425

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,490,086 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,156,643 3,621,996 525,020 321,017 6,624,676
Positive 192,056 102,319 - - 294,375

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 35,720 60,989 96,709
Cumulative 1,635,417 1,986,579 3,621,996

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 3,897 810 4,707
Cumulative 129,724 191,293 321,017

Dateline 12th June 2020

As of 9am on 12 June, there have been 6,434,713 tests, with 193,253 tests on 11 June.

292,950 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 11 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 41,481 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 193,253 Unavailable 1,541 202
Total 6,434,713 Unavailable 292,950 41,481

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

 

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 23,703 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 40,058 102,379 46,491 4,325 193,253
Positive 512 1,029 - - 1,541

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,465,452 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,115,412 3,525,498 477,493 316,310 6,434,713
Positive 191,615 101,335 - - 292,950

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 42,406 59,973 102,379
Cumulative 1,600,450 1,925,048 3,525,498

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 3,590 735 4,325
Cumulative 125,827 190,483 316,310

Dateline 11th June 2020

As of 9am on 11 June, there have been 6,240,801 tests, with 197,007 tests on 10 June.

291,409 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 10 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 41,279 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 197,007 Unavailable 1,266 151
Total 6,240,801 Unavailable 291,409 41,279

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 23,436 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 43,200 105,993 42,979 4,835 197,007
Positive 388 878 - - 1,266

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,441,749 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,074,094 3,424,261 430,461 311,985 6,240,801
Positive 191,103 100,306 - - 291,409

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 36,782 69,211 105,993
Cumulative 1,559,816 1,864,445 3,424,261

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 4,035 800 4,835
Cumulative 122,237 189,748 311,985

Dateline 10th June 2020

As of 9am on 10 June, there have been 6,042,622 tests, with 170,379 tests on 9 June.

290,143 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 9 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 41,128 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 170,379 Unavailable 1,003 245
Total 6,042,622 Unavailable 290,143 41,128

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 22,248 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 43,052 86,013 37,147 4,167 170,379
Positive 126 877 - - 1,003

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,418,313 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 2,030,819 3,317,669 386,984 307,150 6,042,622
Positive 190,715 99,428 - - 290,143

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 33,760 52,253 86,013
Cumulative 1,523,390 1,794,279 3,317,669

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 3,442 725 4,167
Cumulative 118,202 188,948 307,150

Dateline 9th June 2020

As of 9am on 9 June, there have been 5,870,506 tests, with 102,930 tests on 8 June.

289,140 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 8 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 40,883 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 102,930 Unavailable 1,387 286
Total 5,870,506 Unavailable 289,140 40,883

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 23,498 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 32,206 38,934 27,978 3,812 102,930
Positive 710 677 - - 1,387

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,396,065 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 1,987,767 3,230,178 349,578 302,983 5,870,506
Positive 190,589 98,551 - - 289,140

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 13,775 25,159 38,934
Cumulative 1,489,778 1,740,400 3,230,178

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 3,157 655 3,812
Cumulative 114,760 188,223 302,983


Dateline 8th June 2020

As of 9am on 8 June, there have been 5,731,576 tests, with 138,183 tests on 7 June.

287,399 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 7 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 40,597 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 138,183 Unavailable 1,205 55
Total 5,731,576 Unavailable 287,399 40,597

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 14,362 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 30,792 87,221 16,694 3,476 138,183
Positive 158 1,047 - - 1,205

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,372,567 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 1,955,561 3,155,973 320,871 299,171 5,731,576
Positive 189,879 97,520 - - 287,399

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 39,282 47,939 87,221
Cumulative 1,441,214 1,714,759 3,155,973

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 3,476 0 3,476
Cumulative 111,603 187,568 299,171

Dateline 7th June 2020

As of 9am on 7 June, there have been 5,581,073 tests, with 142,123 tests on 6 June.

286,194 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 6 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 40,542 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 142,123 Unavailable 1,326 77
Total 5,581,073 Unavailable 286,194 40,542

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested Unavailable Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 35,636 79,685 22,720 4,082 142,123
Positive 292 1,034 - - 1,326

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested Unavailable Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 1,924,659 3,059,225 303,264 293,925 5,581,073
Positive 189,721 96,473 - - 286,194

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 40,958 38,727 79,685
Cumulative 1,402,554 1,656,671 3,059,225

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 4,082 0 4,082
Cumulative 108,127 185,798 293,925


Dateline 6th June 2020

As of 9am on 6 June, there have been 5,438,712 tests, with 218,187 tests on 5 June.

284,868 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 5 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 40,465 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 218,187 Unavailable 1,557 204
Total 5,438,712 Unavailable 284,868 40,465

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 24,579 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 37,693 134,840 41,619 4,035 218,187
Positive 499 1,058 - - 1,557

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,335,764 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 1,888,571 2,979,774 280,524 289,843 5,438,712
Positive 189,429 95,439 - - 284,868

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 44,696 90,144 134,840
Cumulative 1,361,830 1,617,944 2,979,774

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 4,035 0 4,035
Cumulative 104,045 185,798 289,843

Dateline 5th June 2020

As of 9am on 5 June, there have been 5,214,277 tests, with 207,231 tests on 4 June.

283,311 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 4 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 40,261 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 207,231 Unavailable 1,650 357
Total 5,214,277 Unavailable 283,311 40,261

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 21,109 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 39,593 120,027 42,899 4,712 207,231
Positive 559 1,091 - - 1,650

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,311,185 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 1,849,908 2,840,039 238,522 285,808 5,214,277
Positive 188,930 94,381 - - 283,311

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 37,015 83,012 120,027
Cumulative 1,317,562 1,522,477 2,840,039

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 4,712 0 4,712
Cumulative 100,010 185,798 285,808

Dateline 4th June 2020

As of 9am on 4 June, there have been 5,005,565 tests, with 220,057 tests on 3 June.

281,661 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 3 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 39,904 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 220,057 Unavailable 1,805 176
Total 5,005,565 Unavailable 281,661 39,904

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 22,977 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 39,735 136,584 40,385 3,353 220,057
Positive 548 1,257 - - 1,805

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,290,076 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 1,810,315 2,719,687 194,467 281,096 5,005,565
Positive 188,371 93,290 - - 281,661

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 40,110 96,474 136,584
Cumulative 1,281,026 1,438,661 2,719,687

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 3,353 0 3,353
Cumulative 95,298 185,798 281,096


Dateline 3rd June 2020

As of 9am on 3 June, there have been 4,786,219 tests, with 171,829 tests on 2 June.

279,856 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 2 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, across all settings, 39,728 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 171,829 Unavailable 1,871 359
Total 4,786,219 Unavailable 279,856 39,728

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 19,053 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 38,163 94,735 36,013 2,918 171,829
Positive 585 1,286 - - 1,871

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,267,099 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 1,770,451 2,582,681 155,344 277,743 4,786,219
Positive 187,823 92,033 - - 279,856

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 34,526 60,209 94,735
Cumulative 1,242,284 1,340,397 2,582,681

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 2,918 0 2,918
Cumulative 91,945 185,798 277,743

3 June notes

Reporting on the number of people tested has been temporarily paused to ensure consistent reporting across all pillars. This is due to a small percentage of cases where the same person has had more than one test or tested positive more than once for coronavirus in pillar 2. Corrections will be made to any figures if they have subsequently been found to have an error.

The daily total for tests is 756 higher than the difference between today and yesterday’s cumulative totals. This is due to revisions to historical data to:

  • add 387 tests to the pillar 1 total
  • remove 1,314 tests from the pillar 2 total
  • add 243 tests to the pillar 3 total
  • remove 72 tests from the pillar 4 total

The daily total for pillar 2 in-person tests is 1,491 higher, and for delivery routes is 177 lower, than the difference between today and yesterday’s cumulative totals. This is due to revisions to historical pillar 2 data following further information being made available to support data processing.

Testing capacity as of 2 June

At 9am on 2 June, testing capacity was 220,213.

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
Lab capacity 63,213 116,000 40,000 1,000 220,213


Dateline 2nd June 2020

As of 9am on 2 June, there have been 4,615,146 tests, with 135,643 tests on 1 June.

277,985 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 1 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 39,369 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 31,136.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 135,643 Unavailable 1,613 324
Total 4,615,146 Unavailable 277,985 39,369

Breakdown of testing by testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars.

Read our testing methodology document about reporting statistics on testing.

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 20,669 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 29,998 69,605 30,357 5,683 135,643
Positive 528 1,085 - - 1,613

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,248,046 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 1,731,901 2,489,260 119,088 274,897 4,615,146
Positive 187,238 90,747 - - 277,985

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 24,847 44,758 69,605
Cumulative 1,209,249 1,280,011 2,489,260

Pillar 4 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 3,311 2,372 5,683
Cumulative 89,027 185,870 274,897

Dateline 1st June 2020
As of 9am on 1 June, there have been 4,484,340 tests, with 128,437 tests on 31 May.

276,332 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 31 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 39,045 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings not just in hospitals.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in all settings
Daily 128,437 Unavailable 1,570 111
Total 4,484,340 Unavailable 276,332 39,045

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance on testing
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 15,371 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 27,520 73,144 23,110 4,663 128,437
Positive 383 1,187 - - 1,570

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 3 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,227,377 Unavailable - - Unavailable
Tests 1,701,944 2,424,451 88,731 269,214 4,484,340
Positive 186,670 89,662 - - 276,332

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 29,414 43,730 73,144
Cumulative 1,189,776 1,234,675 2,424,451

Dateline 31st May 2020

As of 9am 31 May, there have been 4,285,738 tests, with 115,725 tests on 30 May.

274,762 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 30 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 38,489 have sadly died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 30,861.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 115,725 Unavailable 1,936 119 113
Total 4,285,738 Unavailable 274,762 30,861 38,489

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population aged 5 and over, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 19,590 Unavailable - Unavailable
Tests 31,755 80,796 3,174 115,725
Positive 427 1,509 - 1,936

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,212,006 Unavailable - Unavailable
Tests 1,674,424 2,346,781 264,533 4,285,738
Positive 186,287 88,475 - 274,762

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 38,657 42,139 80,796
Cumulative 1,156,641 1,190,140 2,346,781

Dateline 30th May 2020

As of 9am on 30 May, there have been 4,171,408 tests, with 127,722 tests on 29 May.

272,826 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 29 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 38,376 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 30,742.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 127,722 Unavailable 2,445 178 215
Total 4,171,408 Unavailable 272,826 30,742 38,376

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population aged 5 and over, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 20,819 Unavailable - Unavailable
Tests 37,085 85,417 5,220 127,722
Positive 869 1,576 - 2,445

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,192,416 Unavailable - Unavailable
Tests 1,642,666 2,267,383 261,359 4,171,408
Positive 185,860 86,966 - 272,826

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 40,959 44,458 85,417
Cumulative 1,122,989 1,144,394 2,267,383


Dateline 29th May 2020

As of 9am on 29 May, there have been 4,043,686 tests, with 131,458 tests on 28 May.

271,222 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 28 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 38,161 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 30,564.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 131,458 Unavailable 2,095 173 324
Total 4,043,686 Unavailable 271,222 30,564 38,161

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population aged 5 and over, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 27,719 Unavailable - Unavailable
Tests 37,933 88,691 4,834 131,458
Positive 718 1,377 - 2,095

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,171,597 Unavailable - Unavailable
Tests 1,605,581 2,181,966 256,139 4,043,686
Positive 185,832 85,390 - 271,222

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 36,393 52,298 88,691
Cumulative 1,082,030 1,099,936 2,181,966

Dateline 28th May 2020

As of 9am on 28 May, there have been 3,918,079 tests, with 119,587 tests on 27 May.

269,127 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 27 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 37,837 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 30,391.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 119,587 Unavailable 1,887 214 377
Total 3,918,079 Unavailable 269,127 30,391 37,837

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population aged 5 and over, as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 3: serology testing to show if people have antibodies from having had COVID-19
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 23,670 Unavailable - Unavailable
Tests 35,670 75,850 8,067 119,587
Positive 655 1,232 - 1,887

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,149,878 Unavailable - Unavailable
Tests 1,567,647 2,099,127 251,305 3,918,079
Positive 185,114 84,013 - 269,127

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 26,615 49,235 75,850
Cumulative 1,051,489 1,047,638 2,099,127

Dateline 27th May 2020

As of 9am on 27 May, there have been 3,798,490 tests, with 117,013 tests on 26 May.

1,126,208 people have been tested, of which 267,240 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 26 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 37,460 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 30,177.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 117,013 Unavailable 2,013 212 412
Total 3,798,490 Unavailable 267,240 30,177 37,460

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 30,278 Unavailable - Unavailable
Tests 29,708 84,797 2,508 117,013
Positive 787 1,226 - 2,013

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,126,208 Unavailable - Unavailable
Tests 1,531,977 2,023,277 243,236 3,798,490
Positive 184,459 82,781 - 267,240

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 16,485 68,312 84,797
Cumulative 1,024,874 998,403 2,023,277

Testing capacity as of 27 May

As of 9am on 27 May, testing capacity was 161,214.

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
Lab capacity 54,164 106,000 1,050 161,214

Time series

See a time series of testing statistics (CSV, 37.9KB)

See a time series of capacity statistics (CSV, 7.37KB). This will be updated weekly from 31 May.

 

Dateline 26th May 2020

As of 9am on 26 May, there have been 3,681,295 tests, with 109,979 tests on 25 May.

265,227 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 25 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 37,048 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 29,965.

Number of tests Number of people tested Number of positive cases Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 109,979 Unavailable 2,004 135 134
Total 3,681,295 Unavailable 265,227 29,965 37,048

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
Number of people tested 16,579 Unavailable - Unavailable
Number of tests 26,780 78,637 4,562 109,979
Number of positive cases 690 1,314 - 2,004

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
Number of people tested 1,095,930 Unavailable - Unavailable
Number of tests 1,502,093 1,938,480 240,722 3,681,295
Number of positive cases 183,672 81,555 - 265,227

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person routes (tests processed) Delivery routes (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 29,134 49,503 78,637
Cumulative 1,008,389 930,091 1,938,480

Dateline 25th May 2020
As of 9am on 25 May, there have been 3,532,634 tests, with 73,726 tests on 24 May.

261,184 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 24 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 36,914 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 29,830.

Number of tests Number of people tested Number of positive cases Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 73,726 Unavailable 1,625 76 121
Total 3,532,634 Unavailable 261,184 29,830 36,914

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
Number of people tested 17,473 Unavailable - Unavailable
Number of tests 27,475 46,251 0 73,726
Number of positive cases 694 931 - 1,625

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
Number of people tested 1,079,351 Unavailable - Unavailable
Number of tests 1,475,312 1,823,616 233,706 3,532,634
Number of positive cases 182,982 78,202 - 261,184

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person routes (tests processed) Delivery routes (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 8,236 38,015 46,251
Cumulative 943,028 880,588 1,823,616

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars and ‘Notes on testing’ section below.

See a time series of daily deaths: 25 May 2020 (CSV, 3.33KB)

25 May notes

Due to technical difficulties with pillar 2 data collection we cannot provide people tested figures today.

Dateline 24th May 2020
As of 9am on 24 May, there have been 3,458,908 tests, with 110401 tests on 24 May.

259,559 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 23 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 36,793 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals.

Number of tests Number of people tested Number of positive cases Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily

110401

Unavailable 2405 n/a 118
Total 3,532,634 Unavailable 259559 n/a 36793

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

 



Dateline 23rd May 2020

As of 9am 23 May, there have been 3,348,507 tests, with 116,585 tests on 22 May.

257,154 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 22 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 36,675 have sadly died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 29,583.

Number of tests Number of people tested Number of positive cases Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 116,585 Unavailable 2,959 190 282
Total 3,348,507 Unavailable 257,154 29,583 36,675

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
Number of people tested Unavailable Unavailable - Unavailable
Number of tests 35,915 71,657 9,013 116,585
Number of positive cases 1,277 1,682 - 2,959

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
Number of people tested Unavailable Unavailable - Unavailable
Number of tests 1,415,607 1,702,527 230,373 3,348,507
Number of positive cases 181,479 75,675 - 257,154

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person routes (tests processed) Delivery routes (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 31,434 40,223 71,657
Cumulative 900,052 802,475 1,702,527
  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

See the government’s national testing strategy for more information on the different pillars and ‘Notes on testing’ section below.

Dateline 22nd May 2020

As of 9am on 22 May, there have been 3,231,921 tests, with 140,497 tests on 21 May.

2,144,626 people have been tested, of which 254,195 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 21 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 36,393 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 29,393.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 140,497 80,297 3,287 172 351
Total 3,231,921 2,144,626 254,195 29,393 36,393

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 24,627 55,670 - 80,297
Tests 37,728 90,301 12,468 140,497
Positive 1,357 1,930 - 3,287

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 1,017,448 1,127,178 - 2,144,626
Tests 1,379,691 1,630,870 221,360 3,231,921
Positive 180,202 73,993 - 254,195

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 47,243 43,058 90,301
Cumulative 868,618 762,252 1,630,870
  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing


Dateline 21st May 2020



As of 9am on 21 May, there have been 3,090,566 tests, with 128,340 tests on 20 May.

2,064,329 people have been tested, of which 250,908 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 20 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 36,042 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 29,221.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 128,340 67,681 2,615 251 338
Total 3,090,566 2,064,329 250,908 29,221 36,042

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 24,574 43,107 - 67,681
Tests 38,296 66,224 23,820 128,340
Positive 1,167 1,448 - 2,615

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 992,821 1,071,508 - 2,064,329
Tests 1,341,954 1,540,569 208,043 3,090,566
Positive 178,845 72,063 - 250,908

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 25,125 41,099 66,224
Cumulative 821,375 719,194 1,540,569
  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing


Dateline 20th May 2020

As of 9am on 20 May, there have been 2,962,227 tests, with 177,216 tests on 19 May.

1,996,648 people have been tested, of which 248,293 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 19 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 35,704 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 28,970.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 177,216 60,744 2,472 216 363
Total 2,962,227 1,996,648 248,293 28,970 35,704

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 16,287 44,457 - 60,744
Tests 35,196 118,419 23,601 177,216
Positive 1,048 1,424 - 2,472

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 968,247 1,028,401 - 1,996,648
Tests 1,303,659 1,474,345 184,223 2,962,227
Positive 177,678 70,615 - 248,293

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 38,041 80,378 118,419
Cumulative 796,250 678,095 1,474,345
  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing


Dateline 19th May 2020

As of 9am on 19 May, there have been 2,772,552 tests, with 89,784 tests on 18 May.

248,818 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 18 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 35,341 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 28,754.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 89,784 Unavailable 2,412 199 545
Total 2,772,552 Unavailable 248,818 28,754 35,341

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested Unavailable 34,193 - Unavailable
Tests 28,835 35,535 25,414 89,784
Positive 1,104 1,308 - 2,412

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested Unavailable 987,076 - Unavailable
Tests 1,273,612 1,338,409 160,531 2,772,552
Positive 177,022 71,796 - 248,818

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 8,019 27,516 35,535
Cumulative 740,692 597,717 1,338,409
  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

Dateline 18th May 2020

As of 9am on 18 May, there have been 2,682,716 tests, with 100,678 tests on 17 May.

1,887,051 people have been tested, of which 246,406 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 17 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 34,796 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 28,555.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 100,678 67,409 2,684 138 160
Total 2,682,716 1,887,051 246,406 28,555 34,796

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 16,865 50,544 - 67,409
Tests 24,746 73,895 2,037 100,678
Positive 990 1,694 - 2,684

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 934,168 952,883 - 1,887,051
Tests 1,244,725 1,302,874 135,117 2,682,716
Positive 175,918 70,488 - 246,406

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 45,822 28,073 73,895
Cumulative 732,673 570,201 1,302,874
  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in 

  • government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing


Dateline 17th May 2020

As of 9am on 17 May, there have been 2,580,769 tests, with 91,206 tests on 16 May.

1,818,712 people have been tested, of which 243,695 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 16 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 34,636 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 28,417.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 91,206 76,684 3,534 147 170
Total 2,580,769 1,818,712 243,695 28,417 34,636

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 19,971 56,713 - 76,684
Tests 30,280 57,920 3,006 91,206
Positive 1,040 2,494 - 3,534

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 916,373 902,339 - 1,818,712
Tests 1,218,710 1,228,979 133,080 2,580,769
Positive 174,901 68,794 - 243,695

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 38,960 18,960 57,920
Cumulative 686,851 542,128 1,228,979
  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

 

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Dateline 15th May 2020

As of 9am on 15 May, there have been 2,353,078 tests, with 133,784 tests on 14 May.

1,663,492 people have been tested, of which 236,711 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 14 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 33,998 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 28,010.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 133,784 69,590 3,560 234 384
Total 2,353,078 1,663,492 236,711 28,010 33,998

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 20,202 49,388 - 69,590
Tests 32,207 74,487 27,090 133,784
Positive 1,407 2,153 - 3,560

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 868,588 794,904 - 1,663,492
Tests 1,151,107 1,103,244 98,727 2,353,078
Positive 172,316 64,395 - 236,711

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 33,760 40,727 74,487
Cumulative 615,315 487,929 1,103,244
  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing


Dateline 14th May 2020

As of 9am on 14 May, there have been 2,219,281 tests, with 126,064 tests on 13 May.

1,593,902 people have been tested, of which 233,151 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 13 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 33,614 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 27,776.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 126,064 71,644 3,446 280 428
Total 2,219,281 1,593,902 233,151 27,776 33,614

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 22,759 48,885 - 71,644
Tests 31,828 72,512 21,724 126,064
Positive 1,543 1,903 - 3,446

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 848,386 745,516 - 1,593,902
Tests 1,118,887 1,028,757 71,637 2,219,281
Positive 170,909 62,242 - 233,151

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 28,233 44,279 72,512
Cumulative 581,555 447,202 1,028,757
  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing


Dateline 13th May 2020

As of 9am on 13 May, there have been 2,094,209 tests, with 87,063 tests on 12 May.

1,522,258 people have been tested, of which 229,705 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 12 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 33,186 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 27,496.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 87,063 61,741 3,242 325 494
Total 2,094,209 1,522,258 229,705 27,496 33,186

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 21,450 40,291 - 61,741
Tests 32,077 48,967 6,019 87,063
Positive 1,505 1,737 - 3,242

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 825,627 696,631 - 1,522,258
Tests 1,086,365 956,245 51,599 2,094,209
Positive 169,366 60,339 - 229,705

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 15,292 33,675 48,967
Cumulative 553,322 402,923 956,245
  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing


Dateline 12th May 2020

As of 9am on 12 May, there have been 2,007,146 tests, with 85,293 tests on 11 May.

1,460,517 people have been tested, of which 226,463 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 11 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 32,692 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 27,171.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 85,293 60,410 3,403 374 627
Total 2,007,146 1,460,517 226,463 27,171 32,692

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 18,756 41,654 - 60,410
Tests 25,462 54,342 5,489 85,293
Positive 1,352 2,051 - 3,403

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 804,177 656,340 - 1,460,517
Tests 1,054,288 907,278 45,580 2,007,146
Positive 167,861 58,602 - 226,463

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 26,052 28,290 54,342
Cumulative 538,030 369,248 907,278
  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing


Dateline 11th May 2020

As of 9am on 11 May, there have been 1,921,770 tests, with 100,490 tests on 10 May.

1,400,107 people have been tested, of which 223,060 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 10 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 32,065 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 26,797.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 100,490 65,337 3,877 229 210
Total 1,921,770 1,400,107 223,060 26,797 32,065

See below for an explanation of why the daily figure for deaths in hospitals can be higher than the daily figure for deaths in all settings.

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 18,123 47,214 - 65,337
Tests 26,327 71,480 2,683 100,490
Positive 1,186 2,691 - 3,877

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 785,421 614,686 - 1,400,107
Tests 1,028,743 852,936 40,091 1,921,770
Positive 166,509 56,551 - 223,060

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 43,265 28,215 71,480
Cumulative 511,978 340,958 852,936
  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing

Dateline 10th May 2020
As of 9am on 10 May, there have been 1,821,280 tests, with 92,837 tests on 9 May.

1,334,770 people have been tested, of which 219,183 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 9 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 31,855 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 26,568.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 92,837 64,362 3,923 230 269
Total 1,821,280 1,334,770 219,183 26,568 31,855

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 18,188 46,174 - 64,362
Tests 28,412 62,653 1,772 92,837
Positive 1,452 2,471 - 3,923

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 767,298 567,472 - 1,334,770
Tests 1,002,416 781,456 37,408 1,821,280
Positive 165,323 53,860 - 219,183

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 38,852 23,801 62,653
Cumulative 468,713 312,743 781,456
  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance

Dateline 9th May 2020
As of 9am 9 May, there have been 1,728,443 tests, with 96,878 tests on 8 May.

1,270,408 people have been tested, of which 215,260 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 8 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 31,587 have sadly died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 26,339.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 96,878 63,339 3,896 270 346
Total 1,728,443 1,270,408 215,260 26,339 31,587

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 20,995 42,344 - 63,339
Tests 32,492 62,396 1,990 96,878
Positive 1,679 2,217 - 3,896

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 749,110 521,298 - 1,270,408
Tests 974,004 718,803 35,636 1,728,443
Positive 163,871 51,389 - 215,260

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 26,721 35,675 62,396
Cumulative 429,861 288,942 718,803
  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHEONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing
Dateline 8th May 2020


As of 9am on 8 May, there have been 1,534,533 tests. There were 86,583 tests on 6 May.

1,139,626 people have been tested and 206,715 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 6 May, of those who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 30,615 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 25,646.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily     n./a 423 626
Total       26069 31241


Dateline 7th May 2020
Now showing progress on Pillar Goals

As of 9am on 7 May, there have been 1,534,533 tests. There were 86,583 tests on 6 May.

1,139,626 people have been tested and 206,715 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 6 May, of those who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 30,615 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 25,646.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 86,583 65,092 5,614 498 539
Total 1,534,533 1,139,626 206,715 25,646 30,615

Breakdown of testing by 3 of the testing strategy ‘pillars’

Daily

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 24,482 40,610 - 65,092
Tests 32,667 49,882 4,034 86,583
Positive 2,485 3,129 - 5,614

Cumulative

Pillar 1 Pillar 2 Pillar 4 Total
People tested 703,825 435,801 - 1,139,626
Tests 907,921 597,237 29,375 1,534,533
Positive 160,083 46,632 - 206,715

Pillar 2 breakdown of test types

In-person (tests processed) Delivery (tests sent out) Total tests
Daily 32,335 17,547 49,882
Cumulative 387,857 209,380 597,237
  • Pillar 1: swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers
  • Pillar 2: swab testing for essential workers and their households, as well as other groups that meet the eligibility criteria as set out in government guidance
  • Pillar 4: serology and swab testing for national surveillance supported by PHE, ONS, Biobank, universities and other partners to learn more about the prevalence and spread of the virus and for other testing research purposes, for example on the accuracy and ease of use of home testing



Dateline 6th May 2020


As of 9am 6 May, there have been 1,448,010 tests. There were 69,463 tests on 5 May.

1,072,144 people have been tested and 201,101 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 5 May, of those who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 30,076 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 25,148.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 69,463 57,006 6,111 413 649
Total 1,448,010 1,072,144 201,101 25,148 30,076


Dateline 5th May 2020


As of 9am on 5 May, there have been 1,383,842 tests, with 84,806 tests on 4 May.

1,015,138 people have been tested, of whom 194,990 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 4 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 29,427 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 24,735.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 84,806 69,839 4,406 403 693
Total 1,383,842 1,015,138 194,990 24,735 29,427


Dateline 4th May 2020


As of 9am on 4 May, there have been 1,291,591 tests, with 85,186 tests on 3 May.

945,299 people have been tested, of whom 190,584 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 3 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 28,734 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 24,332.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 85,186 62,956 3,985 235 288
Total 1,291,591 945,299 190,584 24,332 28,734


Dateline 3rd May 2020


As of 9am on 3 May, there have been 1,206,405 tests, with 76,496 tests on 2 May.

882,343 people have been tested of which 186,599 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 2 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 28,446 have sadly died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 24,097.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths in hospitals Deaths in all settings
Daily 76,496 56,397 4,339 396 315
Total 1,206,405 882,343 186,599 24,097 28,446

Dateline 2nd May 2020

As of 9am on 2 May, there have been 1,129,907 tests, with 105,937 tests on 1 May.

825,946 people have been tested of which 182,260 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 1 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 28,131 have sadly died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 23,701.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 105,937 63,667 4,806 621
Total 1,129,907 825,946 182,260 28,131


Dateline 1st May 2020


As of 9am on 1 May, there have been 1,023,824 tests, with 122,347 tests on 30 April.

762,279 people have been tested, of whom 177,454 have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 30 April, of those who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 27,510 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 23,229.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 122,347 73,191 6,201 739
Total 1,023,824 762,279 177,454 27,510


Dateline 30th April 2020


As of 9am on 30 April, there have been 901,905 tests, with 81,611 tests on 29 April.

687,369 people have been tested, of whom 171,253 have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 29 April, of those who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 26,771 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 22,791.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 81,611 54,575 6,032 674
Total 901,905 687,369 171,253 26,771


Dateline 29th April 2020



As of 9am on 28 April, there have been 763,387 tests, with 43,563 tests on 27 April.

599,339 people have been tested, of whom 161,145 have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 27 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 21,678 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 43,563 29,571 3,996 586
Total 763,387 599,339 161,145 21,678


Dateline 28th April 2020


As of 9am on 28 April, there have been 763,387 tests, with 43,563 tests on 27 April.

599,339 people have been tested, of whom 161,145 have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 27 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 21,678 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 43,563 29,571 3,996 586
Total 763,387 599,339 161,145 21,678


Dateline 27th April 2020


As of 9am on 27 April, there have been 719,910 tests, with 37,024 tests on 26 April.

569,768 people have been tested, of whom 157,149 have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 26 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 21,092 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 37,024 26,355 4,310 360
Total 719,910 569,768 157,149 21,092

Dateline 26th April 2020

As of 9am on 26 April, 669,850 tests have concluded, with 29,058 tests carried out on 25 April.

543,413 people have been tested, of whom 152,840 have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 25 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 20,732 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 29,058 25,577 4,463 413
Total 669,850 543,413 152,840 20,732


Dateline 25th April 2020


As of 9am on 25 April, 640,792 tests have concluded, with 28,760 tests carried out on 24 April.

517,836 people have been tested, of whom 148,377 have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 24 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 20,319 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 28,760 23,115 4,913 813
Total 640,792 517,836 148,377 20,319

Dateline 24th April 2020

As of 9am on 24 April, 612,031 tests have concluded, with 28,532 tests carried out on 23 April.

444,222 people have been tested, of whom 143,464 have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 23 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 19,506 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 28,532 18,401 5,386 684
Total 612,031 444,222 143,464 19,506

Dateline 23rd April 2020

As of 9am on 23 April, 583,496 tests have concluded, with 23,560 tests carried out on 22 April.

425,821 people have been tested, of whom 138,078 have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 22 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 18,738 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 23,560 14,629 4,583 616
Total 583,496 425,821 138,078 18,738

Dateline 22nd April 2020

As of 9am 22 April, 559,935 tests have concluded, with 22,814 tests carried out on 21 April.

411,192 people have been tested, of whom 133,495 have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 21 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 18,100 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 22,814 13,522 4,451 759
Total 559,935 411,192 133,495 18,100

Dateline 21st April 2020

As of 9am 21 April, 535,342 tests have concluded, with 18,206 tests carried out on 20 April.

397,670 people have been tested, of whom 129,044 have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 20 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 17,337 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 18,206 11,626 4,301 823
Total 535,342 397,670 129,044 17,337

 

Dateline 20th April 2020

As of 9am 20 April, 501,379 tests have concluded, with 19,316 tests carried out on 19 April.

386,044 people have been tested, of whom 124,743 have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 20 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 16,509 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 19,316 14,106 4,676 449
Total 501,379 386,044 124,743 16,509

Dateline 19th April 2020
As of 9am 19 April, 482,063 tests have concluded, with 21,626 tests on 18 April.

372,967 people have been tested of which 120,067 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 18 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 16,060 have sadly died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 21,626 15,944 5,850 596
Total 482,063 372,967 120,067 16,060


Dateline 18th April 2020

As of 9am 18 April, 460,437 tests have concluded, with 21,389 tests on 17 April.

357,023 people have been tested of which 114,217 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 17 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 15,464 have sadly died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 21,389 15,472 5,526 888
Total 460,437 357,023 114,217 15,464


Dateline 17th April 2020

As of 9am on 17 April, 438,991 tests have concluded, with 21,328 tests carried out on 16 April.

341,551 people have been tested, of whom 108,692 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 16 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 14,576 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 21,328 13,943 5,599 847
Total 438,991 341,551 108,692 14,576


Dateline 16th April 2020

As of 9am on 16 April,417,649 tests have concluded, with 18,665 tests carried out on 15 April.

327,608 people have been tested, of whom 103,093 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 15 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 13,729 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 18,665 13,839 4,618 861
Total 417,649 327,608 103,093 13,729

Dateline 15th April 2020

As of 9am on 15 April, 398,916 tests have concluded, with 15,994 tests carried out on 14 April.

313,769 people have been tested, of whom 98,476 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 14 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 12,868 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 15,994 11,170 4,605 761
Total 398,916 313,769 98,476 12,868

Dateline 14th April 2020

As of 9am on 14 April, 382,650 tests have concluded, with 14,982 tests carried out on 13 April.

302,599 people have been tested, of whom 93,873 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 13 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 12,107 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 14,982 11,879 5,252 778
Total 382,650 302,599 93,873 12,107

Dateline 13th April 2020

As of 9am on 13 April, 367,667 tests have concluded, with 14,506 tests carried out on 12 April.

290,720 people have been tested, of whom 88,621 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 12 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 11,329 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 14,506 10,745 4,342 717
Total 367,667 290,720 88,621 11,329

Dateline 12th April 2020

As of 9am on 12 April, 352,974 tests have concluded, with 18,000 tests carried out on 11 April.

282,374 people have been tested, of whom 84,279 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 11 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 10,621 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 18,000 12,776 5,288 737
Total 352,974 282,374 84,279 10,621

Some individuals are tested more than once for clinical reasons. The figure for the number of tests excludes data from Northern Ireland. Testing data reflects the latest reported data although the timing of reporting cycles

Dateline 11th April 2020

As of 9am on 11 April, 334,974 tests have concluded across the UK, with 18,091 tests carried out on 10 April.

269,598 people have been tested, of whom 78,991 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 10 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 9,875 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 18,091 12,993 5,234 917
Total 334,974 269,598 78,991 9,875

Dateline 10th April 2020

As of 9am on 10 April, 316,836 tests have concluded across the UK, with 19,116 tests carried out on 9 April. Some individuals are tested more than once for clinical reasons.

256,605 people have been tested, of whom 73,758 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 9 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 8,958 have died.

Tests People tested Positive results Deaths
Daily 19,116 13,543 5,706 980
Total 316,836 256,605 73,758 8,958

Incorporating figures on swab testing for critical key workers

Dateline 9th April 2020

As of 9am on 9 April, 298,169 tests have concluded across the UK, with 16,095 tests carried out on 8 April. Some individuals are tested more than once for clinical reasons.


243,421 people have been tested, of whom 65,077 tested positive. The tests concluded figure excludes data from Northern Ireland.

As of 5pm on 8 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 7,978 have died.

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 16,095 10,713 4,344 881
Total 298,169 243,421 65,077 7,978

Data on UK positive and negative tests and data on deaths is updated on this

Dateline 8th April 2020

As of 9am on 8 April, 282,074 tests have concluded across the UK, with 14,682 tests carried out on 7 April. Some individuals are tested more than once for clinical reasons.

232,708 people have been tested, of whom 60,773 tested positive. Today’s figure for test data does not include Charing Cross and Southampton due to a data processing delay. The tests concluded figure excludes data from Northern Ireland.

As of 5pm on 7 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 7,097 have died. Increase of 938 from yesterday.

 

Tests People tested Positive Deaths
Daily 14,682 12,959 5,492 938
Total 282,074 232,708 60,733 7,097

Dateline 7th April 2020

As of 9am on 7 April, 266,694 tests have concluded across the UK, with 14,006 tests carried out on 6 April. Some individuals are tested more than once for clinical reasons.

213,181 people have been tested, of whom 55,242 tested positive. Today’s figure for people tested does not include Manchester and Leeds due to a data processing delay. The tests concluded figure excludes data from Northern Ireland.

As of 5pm on 6 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 6,159 have died.Increase of 786 from yesterday.

Dateline 6th April 2020

As of 9am 6 April, 252,958 tests have concluded, with 13,069 tests carried out on 5 April (this does not include data for Northern Ireland). Some individuals are tested more than once for clinical reasons.

208,837 people have been tested, of whom 51,608 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 5 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 5,373 have died. Increase of 439 from yesterday.

Dateline 5th April 2020

As of 9am on 5 April 2020, 195,524 people have been tested, of which 47,806 were confirmed positive.

As of 5pm on 4 April 2020, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 4,934 have died. Increase of 621 from yesterday.

Data on UK positive and negative tests and data on deaths is updated on this page daily at 2pm or shortly after. The figures for test results and for deaths are compiled from different sources. This is why the figures for deaths are reported from an earlier point in time than the figures for test results.

Dateline 4th April 2020

As of 9am on 4 April 2020, 183,190 people have been tested, of which 41,903 were confirmed positive.

As of 5pm on 3 April 2020, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 4,313 have died.Increase of 708 from yesterday.

Data on UK positive and negative tests and data on deaths is updated on this page daily at 2pm or shortly after. The figures for test results and for deaths are compiled from different sources. This is why the figures for deaths are reported from an earlier point in time than the figures for test results.

Dateline 3rd April 2020

As of 9am on 3 April 2020, 173,784 people have been tested, of which 38,168 were confirmed positive.

As of 5pm on 2 April 2020, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 3,605 have died. Increase of 684 from yesterday.

Data on UK positive and negative tests and data on deaths is updated on this page daily at 2pm or shortly after. The figures for test results and for deaths are compiled from different sources. This is why the figures for deaths are reported from an earlier point in time than the figures for test results.

Dateline 2nd April 2020
As of 9am on 2 April 2020, 163,194 people have been tested, of which 33,718 were confirmed positive.

As of 5pm on 1 April 2020, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 2,921 have died.

Data on UK positive and negative tests and data on deaths is updated on this page daily. The figures for test results and for deaths are compiled from different sources. This is why the figures for deaths are reported from an earlier point in time than the figures for test results.

Dateline 1st April 2020

As of 9am on 1 April 2020, 152,979 people have been tested, of which 29,474 were confirmed positive.

As of 5pm on 31 March 2020, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 2,352 have died.

Data on UK positive and negative tests and data on deaths is updated on this page daily. The figures for test results and for deaths are compiled from different sources. This is why the figures for deaths are reported from an earlier point in time than the figures for test results.

Dateline 31st March 2020

As of 9am on 31 March 2020, a total of 143,186 people have been tested, of which 25,150 were confirmed positive.

As of 5pm on 30 March 2020, of those hospitalised in the UK, 1,789 have died.

The figures for test results and for deaths are compiled from different sources. This is why the figures for deaths are reported from an earlier point in time than the figures for test results.


Dateline 30th March 2020

As of 9am on 30 March 2020, a total of 134,946 people have been tested, of which 112,805 were confirmed negative and 22,141 were confirmed positive.

As of 5pm on 29 March 2020, 1,408 patients in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) have died.

The figures for test results and for deaths are compiled from different sources. This is why the figures for deaths are reported from an earlier point in time than the figures for test results.

Dateline 29th March 2020

As of 9am on 29 March 2020, a total of 127,737 people have been tested, of which 108,215 were confirmed negative and 19,522 were confirmed positive.

As of 5pm on 28 March 2020, 1,228 patients in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) have died.

The figures for test results and for deaths are compiled from different sources. This is why the figures for deaths are reported from an earlier point in time than the figures for test results.


Dateline 28th March 2020

As of 9am on 28 March 2020, a total of 120,776 people have been tested, of which 103,687 were confirmed negative and 17,089 were confirmed positive.

As of 5pm on 27 March 2020, 1,019 patients in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) have died.

The figures for test results and for deaths are compiled from different sources. This is why the figures for deaths are reported from an earlier point in time than the figures for test results.

Dateline 27th March 2020

As of 9am on 27 March 2020, a total of 113,777 people have been tested, of which 99,234 were confirmed negative and 14,543 were confirmed positive.

As of 5pm on 26 March 2020, 759 patients in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) have died.

The figures for test results and for deaths are compiled from different sources. This is why the figures for deaths are reported from an earlier point in time than the figures for test results.

Dateline 26th March 2020

As of 9am on 26 March 2020, a total of 104,866 people have been tested, of which 93,208 were confirmed negative and 11,658 were confirmed positive.

As of 5pm on 25 March 2020, 578 patients in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) have died.

Dateline 25th March 2020

As of 9am on 25 March 2020, a total of 97,019 people have been tested, of which 87,490 were confirmed negative and 9,529 were confirmed positive. 463 patients in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) have died.

Dateline 24th March 2020

As of 9am on 24 March 2020, a total of 90,436 people have been tested, of which 82,359 were confirmed negative and 8,077 were confirmed positive. 422 patients in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) have died.

Dateline 23rd March 2020


As of 9am on 23 March 2020, a total of 83,945 people have been tested, of which 77,295 were confirmed negative and 6,650 were confirmed positive.

As of 1pm on 23 March 2020, 335 patients in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) have died.

Dateline 21st March 2020

As of 9am on 21 March 2020, 72,818 people have been tested in the UK, of which 67,800 were confirmed negative and 5,018 were confirmed positive.

As of 9am, 233 patients in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) have died.

Dateline 20th March 2020

As of 9am on 20 March 2020, 66,976 people have been tested in the UK, of which 62,993 were confirmed negative and 3,983 were confirmed positive.

As of 1pm, 177 patients in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) have died.

Dateline 19th March 2020

As of 9am on 19 March 2020, 64,621 people have been tested in the UK, of which 61,352 were confirmed negative and 3,269 were confirmed positive. As of 1pm 144 patients in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) have died.

Dateline 18th March 2020

As of 9am on 18 March 2020, 56,221 people have been tested in the UK, of which 53,595 were confirmed negative and 2,626 were confirmed positive. 103 patients in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) have died.

Dateline 17th March

As of 9am on 17 March 2020, 50,442 people have been tested in the UK, of which 48,492 were confirmed negative and 1,950 were confirmed as positive. The latest confirmed number of deaths will be announced later today.

Reports are sporadic dependent on change but we missed yesterday as our IT suffered a glitch apologies.

 

Dateline 14.03.20

As of 9am on 14 March 2020, 37,746 people have been tested in the UK, of which 36,606 were confirmed negative and 1,140 were confirmed as positive. 21 patients who tested positive for COVID-19 have died.

Dateline 13.03.20

As of 9am on 13 March 2020, 32,771 people have been tested in the UK, of which 31,973 were confirmed negative and 798 were confirmed as positive. 10 patients who tested positive for COVID-19 have died.

Cases identified in England

Confirmed cases in each local authority and NHS region are published by Public Health England (PHE).

Risk level

The risk to the UK has been raised to high.

 

 

 

Dateline 12.03.20

As of 9am on 12 March 2020, 29,764 people have been tested in the UK, of which 29,174 were confirmed negative and 590 were confirmed as positive. Eight patients who tested positive for COVID-19 have died.

Cases in England

NHS region Cases


East of England 32
London 136
Midlands 44
North East and Yorkshire 44
North West 53
South East 83
South West 42
To be determined 57
Total 491

Confirmed cases in each local authority and NHS region are published by Public Health England (PHE).

Dateline 11.03.20

As of 9am on 11 March 2020, 27,476 people have been tested in the UK, of which 27,020 were confirmed negative and 456 were confirmed as positive.

Six patients who tested positive for COVID-19 have died.

NHS region Cases Breakdown

East of England 32
London 104
Midlands 42
North East and Yorkshire 32
North West 43
South East 60
South West 44
To be determined 30

Total 387

Dateline 10.03.20

Number of cases
As of 9am on 10 March 2020, 26,261 people have been tested in the UK, of which 25,888 were confirmed negative and 373 were confirmed as positive.

Six patients who tested positive for COVID-19 have died.

NHS region: Cases: Last Breakdown

East of England 29
London 91
Midlands 36
North East and Yorkshire 24
North West 37
South East 51
South West 41
To be determined 15
Total 324

Dateline 09.03.20

As of 9am this morning just under 300 cases in the UK have tested positive for COVID-19.

23000 people have been tested, with 280 testing positive and 3 dying.

Government decided to remain at "Containment Phase"

NHS region Cases

East of England 24

London 61

Midlands 31

North East and Yorkshire 22

North West 35

South East 43

South West 38

To be determined 26

Total 280

Dateline 05.03.20

As of 9am this morning 25 further patients in England have tested positive for COVID-19.

Seventeen were diagnosed who had recently travelled from recognised countries or from recognised clusters which were under investigation. Eight patients were identified in the UK where it is not yet clear whether they contracted it directly or indirectly from an individual who had recently returned from abroad. This is being investigated and contact tracing has begun.

The total number of confirmed cases in England is now 105. Following previously reported confirmed cases in Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland, the total number of UK cases is 115.

All 7 NHS England regions are now reporting on cases of COVID-19. From tomorrow, 6 March 2020, Public Health England will start reporting on upper-tier local authority cases.


 
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