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The official number of deaths from COVID-19 in the U.K. rose to 37,460 this week.
The U.K. is the most affected country by COVID-19 in Europe and is the second most affected country in the world after the U.S., considering the number of inhabitants and the number of deaths it has recorded since the beginning of the pandemic, report assured.
A Financial Times study revealed that the COVID-19 has already killed 891 people per million inhabitants in the United Kingdom, more than any other country in the world.
The official number of deaths from COVID-19 rose to 37,460 this week, after 412 deaths were recorded overt the last 24 hours.
"China, Brazil, and Russia have suffered a large number of deaths during the pandemic, but their mortality rates are overshadowed by those of the U.K.," the report noted.
The number of deaths in these countries is lower compared to their much larger populations.
On the day it’s confirmed the UK now has the worst #coronavirus death rate in the world, our Health Secretary @MattHancock chuckles his way through an interview about a testing system we should have had months ago to stop the carnage. What an absolute disgrace. �� https://t.co/QktArV5R4D