The United Kingdom Statistics Service released today showed that coronavirus is no longer the leading cause of death in England and Wales in March, for the first time in four months.
The leading causes of death in England are dementia and Alzheimer’s-related diseases and in Wales ischemic heart disease.
Until today in total 33.26 million Britons have received a dose of a vaccine against Covid-19, while 11.2 million in both installments, according to official figures.
In the last 24 hours, 2,729 cases and 18 deaths associated with the disease have been confirmed.
Alongside, with a physical presence of 4,000 people will take place next month the British Music Awards BRIT Awards. It will be the first live event with a physical presence of people indoors after more than a year.
Attendees will not be required to keep social distance or wear masks, but will have to undergo a negative coronavirus test before entering the event venue and then take another test after the ceremony.
This is part of the government’s testing program to gather data on the best way to restart mass live events after a lockdown.