UK recorded 737 deaths in the last 24 hours and toll reach 10,000 coronavirus related hospital deaths across the country.
It comes few hours after government’s senior scientific advisers express the UK is more likely to get worst affected county in the Europe.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said “today marks a sombre day”, but welcomed the efforts people had made to stay at home.
However those reported deaths only from hospitals and there is no any report about outside cases.
Meanwhile, Prime minister Boris Johnson thanks to the healthcare staffs appreciating their works after come back from hospital. Week ago Boris Johnson was in serious condition and was in the ICU for few days.
Mr Hancock told the daily press briefing: “Today marks a sombre day in the impact of this disease as we join the list of countries who have seen more than 10,000 deaths related to coronavirus.
“The fact that over 10,000 people have now lost their lives to this invisible killer demonstrates just how serious this coronavirus is and why the national effort that everyone is engaged in is so important.”