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The United Kingdom has reported 55 new deaths due to coronavirus on Monday, this has been the lowest rise since nationwide lockdown was imposed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in March, as per government data. 

Also read: Coronavirus: 7 million cases globally, Brazil and India continue to report daily surge

These new deaths have taken the total death toll in the country to 40,597. Last time such a low rise was recorded on March 22, when the country reported 35 deaths and on the very next day, Boris Johnson imposed a lockdown. 

According to a Reuters tally based on official data sources, UK is likely to witness over 50,000 deaths which included suspected cases. This makes Britain the second worst-hit country in terms of coronavirus pandemic behind the United States. 

Coronavirus has infected over 7 million people globally, as per data from the Johns Hopkins University. Currently, 7,006,436 people have had the virus, while 402,699 people have lost their lives to the pandemic, which went global six months ago.

The five worst-affected countries according to JHU tracker are US (1,940,468), Brazil (691,758), Russia (467,073), United Kingdom (287,621), followed by India (257,486).

Spain and Italy, the former hotspots of the virus are witnessing a dip in the infections and were overtaken by India on Sunday. Other countries with over 100,000 cases include Peru, France, Germany, Iran, Turkey, Chile, Mexico, and Saudi Arabia.

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