1. Death rate 'back to normal' in UK  BBC News
  2. Number of people dying in England and Wales drops BELOW average for the first time since March  Daily Mail
  3. Coronavirus: Deaths in England and Wales over one week fall below five-year average for first time since March  Sky News
  4. Deaths in England and Wales fall below average for first time since coronavirus lockdown  The Guardian
  5. Death rate is BELOW normal in England and Wales for the first time since coronavirus pandemic  The Sun
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It is the first time weekly deaths have been below the five-year average since mid March.It is the first time weekly deaths have been below the five-year average since mid March.

Death rate 'back to normal' in UK - BBC News

The new figures bring the total number of excess deaths since the coronavirus outbreak began to just over 65,000.The new figures bring the total number of excess deaths since the coronavirus outbreak began to just over 65,000.

Coronavirus: Deaths in England and Wales over one week fall below five-year average for first time since March | UK News | Sky News

The number of excess deaths in the UK since the coronavirus outbreak began is just above 65,000, which is broadly unchanged from one week ago, new figures from the Office for National Statistics showThe number of excess deaths in the UK since the coronavirus outbreak began is just above 65,000, which is broadly unchanged from one week ago, new figures from the Office for National Statistics show

No excess deaths in England and Wales for the first time since before lockdown - Mirror Online

The weekly number of deaths in the UK dropped back below normal levels in mid-June, official statistics show today.There were 10,681 deaths registered in the UK in the week ending June 19, eight fewerThe weekly number of deaths in the UK dropped back below normal levels in mid-June, official statistics show today.There were 10,681 deaths registered in the UK in the week ending June 19, eight fewer

Of 9,339 deaths recorded in the week up to June 19, 783 mentioned “novel coronavirus” – the lowest number involving Covid-19 for 12 weeks Of 9,339 deaths recorded in the week up to June 19, 783 mentioned “novel coronavirus” – the lowest number involving Covid-19 for 12 weeks

Excess deaths in England and Wales fall below five-year average for first time since lockdown - Wales Online

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The number of deaths registered in England and Wales in the week ending June 19 was 9,339.The number of deaths registered in England and Wales in the week ending June 19 was 9,339.

Deaths in England and Wales below average for first time since pre-lockdown | Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Of 9,339 deaths recorded in the week up to June 19, 783 mentioned “novel coronavirus” – the lowest number involving Covid-19 for 12 weeks Of 9,339 deaths recorded in the week up to June 19, 783 mentioned “novel coronavirus” – the lowest number involving Covid-19 for 12 weeks

Excess deaths in England and Wales fall below five-year average for first time since lockdown - Plymouth Live

The total number of weekly deaths from all causes has fallen below the average for this time of year for the first time since before lockdown. There were 9,339 deaths in England and Wales in the week to June 19 – 0.7 per cent or 65 fewer than normal, the Office for National Statistics said today. The number of weekly deaths of people with coronavirus also continued to fall,The total number of weekly deaths from all causes has fallen below the average for this time of year for the first time since before lockdown. There were 9,339 deaths in England and Wales in the week

England and Wales deaths below average for first time since mid-March | London Evening Standard

NO excess deaths were recorded in England and Wales for the first time since before the coronavirus lockdown, new figures revealed today. Data from the Office for National Statistics show the numbe…

Death rate is BELOW normal in England and Wales for the first time since coronavirus pandemic

Data from the Office for National Statistics showed that 9,339 people died of any cause in the week ending June 19, 65 fewer than the average for that week over the past five years - 9,404 deaths.Data from the Office for National Statistics showed that 9,339 people died of any cause in the week ending June 19, 65 fewer than the average for that week over the past five years - 9,404 deaths.

Number of people dying in England and Wales drops BELOW average for the first time since March | Daily Mail Online

The total number of weekly deaths from all causes has fallen below the average for this time of year for the first time since before lockdown. There were 9,339 deaths in England and Wales in the week to June 19 – 0.7 per cent or 65 fewer than normal, the Office for National Statistics said today. The number of weekly deaths of people with coronavirus also continued to fall, from 1,114 in the week ending June 12 to 783 announced today. This is...

England and Wales deaths below average for first time since mid-March

The number of people dying across the UK has fallen back to average levels for the first time since the start of the Covid-19 epidemic, according to the latest figures.The number of people dying across the UK has fallen back to average levels for the first time since the start of the Covid-19 epidemic, according to the latest figures.

Deaths fall back to normal levels for first time in Covid-19 epidemic

The latest ONS data has been released The latest ONS data has been released

No excess deaths recorded in England and Wales for first time since lockdown - but true UK death toll is still much higher - Manchester Evening News

Vaughan Gething will issue an update on what is being done to tackle coronavirus in the country Vaughan Gething will issue an update on what is being done to tackle coronavirus in the country

Coronavirus LIVE: Welsh health minister gives Covid-19 update - North Wales Live

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WALES has made tentative steps towards easing lockdown restrictions. But when can you travel from England to Wales?WALES has made tentative steps towards easing lockdown restrictions. But when can you travel from England to Wales?

Wales lockdown: When can I travel to Wales from England? | UK | News | Express.co.uk

TODAY marks 100 days since the start of lockdown across the UK on March 24. From often major lows to some rays of light in the darkest of times,… TODAY marks 100 days since the start of lockdown across the UK on March 24. From often major lows to some rays of light in the darkest of times,…

Coronavirus Wales: 100 days in lockdown for Gwent | South Wales Argus

The United Kingdom's coronavirus death toll has hit 54,872, according to a tally of official data released today by the ONS.The United Kingdom's coronavirus death toll has hit 54,872, according to a tally of official data released today by the ONS.

UK coronavirus death toll nears 55,000 but weekly deaths drop : CityAM

In both hospitals and care homes the number of deaths fell below the average, with 782 and 49 fewer deaths respectively.In both hospitals and care homes the number of deaths fell below the average, with 782 and 49 fewer deaths respectively.

No excess deaths in England and Wales for first time since before lockdown, ONS figures show | ITV News

England and Wales registered no excess deaths over a week for the first time since before the coronavirus lockdown was put in place, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has...The ONS said the number of deaths fell below the yearly average in the week ending June 19.

No excess deaths in England and Wales for first time since lockdown began | Metro News

The overall number of weekly registered deaths fell below the five-year average for the first time The overall number of weekly registered deaths fell below the five-year average for the first time

No excess deaths in England and Wales for first time since coronavirus pandemic began - Chronicle Live