The UK coronavirus hospital death toll has risen by 43 to a total of 33,255.
In England 37 more people died in hospitals from Covid-19, in Scotland three more patients died, and three patients also died in Wales.
There were no new deaths recorded in Northern Ireland.
Yesterday the UK’s coronavirus hospital death toll increased to 33,212 after 23 more fatalities were reported in the previous 24 hours.
Last Tuesday, June 23, there were a total of 56 deaths from coronavirus reported from UK hospitals.
This figure was lower than the Tuesday before, June 16, which recorded 93 hospital deaths from the disease.
Tuesday June 9 saw a total of 145 deaths recorded, and Tuesday June 2 had 164 deaths in hospitals registered.
A total of 2,485 patients have died in Scotland after testing positive for coronavirus, Nicola Sturgeon said on Tuesday.
The three new deaths reported to the Scottish Government’s coronavirus briefing on Tuesday were the first after no deaths from patients with a positive test had been registered for four days running.
The First Minister said despite the deaths recorded today the weekly figures show a “sustained and significant ongoing reduction”.
Ms Sturgeon said 10 more people had tested positive for the virus since Monday, taking the total to 18,251.
A total of 885 patients are in Scottish hospitals with confirmed or suspected Covid-19, up 145 in 24 hours, she added, stressing the increase was all in suspected cases.
Of these, 19 are intensive care, a rise of nine, again all in suspected cases.
In Wales, three more deaths were recorded in hospitals today, taking the total death toll to 1,510.
There have been no further coronavirus linked deaths reported in Northern Ireland, with the toll recorded by the Department of Health remaining at 551.
There were three new cases of the virus confirmed, bringing the total in the region to 5,760.
The UK’s ‘true’ coronavirus death toll is nearly 10,000 higher in England and Wales, new data has revealed.
According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) 47,127 deaths in England involving Covid-19 were reported up until June 19.
For the same period, the Department of Health and Social Care reported 38,208 Covid-19 deaths in England.
And in Wales, ONS figures show up until June 19, there have been 2,408 deaths involving coronavirus, compared with Public Health Wales, who reported 1,483 fatalities from the virus.
That means in England and Wales, there have been 9,844 more deaths involving coronavirus, according to ONS.
Elsewhere, no excess deaths were registered in England and Wales over a week for the first time since before the coronavirus lockdown was imposed, the ONS said.
The latest figures come as today the UK’s first local lockdown is imposed in Leicester.
From today non-essential shops in Leicester must close all over again.
Schools will also shut their doors from Thursday due to the drastic spike in coronavirus cases that has led to the reverse in measures.