As of March 31, of those hospitalized in the United Kingdom who tested positive for the coronavirus, 2,352 have died. It is an increase of 563 from the 1,789 deaths reported the day before, World News reported.
On Wednesday, a Spokesman for Prime Minister Boris Johnson stated that the British government is working with industry to address a shortage of chemicals required for coronavirus testing kits to tackle the coronavirus outbreak.
A Cabinet minister has admitted that Britain is taking too long to reach its testing capacity, saying that it will be two weeks until we reach 25,000 coronavirus tests a day, according to The Telegraph.
The UK government is coming under increasing pressure over its apparent failure to deliver on its coronavirus testing numbers, as a top health official stated that the vast majority of NHS staff isolating at home are doing so needlessly.
In Wales, the number of people who have died after contracting coronavirus is 98, a rise of 29, health officials stated, according to The Guardian.