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UK’s Health Secretary, Matt Hancock has warned that all public exercise could be banned if people keep flouting social distancing rules as 621 people are confirmed dead from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Between Friday and Saturday, the United Kingdom’s death toll raised to 4,934 including a five-year-old child.

This comes on the back of predictions by an epidemiologist, Professor Neil Ferguson that between 7,000 and 20,000 people in the UK may die from COVID-19.

According to the Department of Health, the number who have tested positive across the UK, as at 9 am on Sunday, now stands at 47,806.



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