US Covid deaths fall to their lowest level since OCTOBER but daily cases increase to 80,00

New cases of coronavirus in the U.S. rose for the third week in a row even as vaccinations continue to ramp up across the country.  Infections rose five percent to more than 450,000 last week, according to a DailyMail.com analysis of data from Johns Hopkins University. On Monday, health officials recorded 79,075 – the fourth … Read more

Covid deaths fall to lowest in SIX months as UK records 10 fatalities and 3,423 new infections 

Covid deaths fall to lowest in SIX months as UK records 10 fatalities and another 3,423 new infections Covid deaths have fallen to lowest numbers in six months, with 10 fatalities  As of 9am today there had been a further 3,423 lab-confirmed cases in the UK The total number of confirmed cases in the UK … Read more

Where to find the lowest Covid infection rates in the UK – and bag a sublime staycation

When we are finally allowed to go on self-catering trips in the UK from April 12 (April 26 in Scotland), where will we travel? The answer may be: wherever is possible, as holiday-let firms report that over 90 per cent of properties are already taken. Competition is also likely to be tough for hotels and … Read more

Covid UK: London’s daily death rate falls to five, the second lowest in England

Just five people are dying with Covid every day in London — nearly 40 times fewer than during the peak of the crisis in January, according to official figures.  And the capital now has the second lowest Covid death rate in England, amid dwindling death tolls across the country and a mammoth vaccine drive.  Britain’s … Read more

Coronavirus deaths fall to lowest Saturday figure in six months as 58 new fatalities are recorded

Britain reported 58 more coronavirus deaths on Saturday, taking the number of people who have died within 28 days of a positive test to 126,573. A further 4,715 people have tested positive for the disease, a 16 per cent drop from last Saturday’s figure of 5,587, totalling 4,329,180. One week ago, 96 deaths were recorded, meaning fatalities … Read more

Britain’s Covid deaths plunge by 75% to 17 in lowest daily figure since SEPTEMBER

Britain’s Covid deaths plunge by 75% to 17 in lowest daily figure since SEPTEMBER while cases rise by 5% to 5,342 (but TWICE as many tests were carried out yesterday) Department of Health data showed deaths were last at this level in September before cases spiralled A further 5,342 infections were also recorded, which was … Read more

US records 33K new coronavirus cases – the lowest number seen since September

Daily coronavirus cases and deaths plummeted over the weekend after holding steady for several weeks. On Sunday, the U.S. recorded 33,645 cases, which is the lowest figure seen since September 28 and a nearly five percent drop from the 53,000 cases seen the day before, according to a DailyMail.com analysis of Johns Hopkins University data. … Read more

Harry and Meghan’s popularity falls to lowest level EVER after Oprah interview, shows YouGov poll

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s popularity ratings have fallen to their lowest levels ever after their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, according to a new poll. The couple’s popularity has plummeted in the wake of the explosive broadcast, in which the couple made accusations of racism within the Royal Family. But the British public appear … Read more

Weekly COVID-19 cases and deaths fall to lowest since mid-October

Weekly totals of coronavirus cases and deaths in the United States are continuing to decline as the mass vaccination campaign picks up speed. Over the last seven days, the nation has reported 402,824 new infections, which is the lowest weekly total recorded since October 18. It also represents a 9.5 percent decline in the weekly totals, … Read more

Car registrations down 36% in February to lowest level in 62 YEARS

Registrations of new cars have dropped to the lowest level in February for 62 years, industry figures have confirmed this morning. A total of just 51,312 new models were purchased last month, which is the fewest since 1959 – the year the original Mini went on sale. The month marked a 36 per cent year-on-year … Read more