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The UK has the highest number of deaths due to COVID-19 in the UK and it is not just the UK, but Australia, which has the biggest increase in deaths from the disease.

There has been a large rise in the number of cases in Australia, with the figures jumping from 1,100 to 1,907.

There have been more deaths in Australia since the beginning of the year, with a total of 959, according to the latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

That is a rise of over 5,000 cases per day, which is more than in any other country except for the US.

The number of people who have died from COVID has increased by almost 1,300 in the past two weeks.

The UK also has the most deaths due, with 746, but that is a drop of over 50 per cent since February.

The rise in cases is attributed to more people getting vaccinated, and the spread of the virus through the air.

UK coronavirus deaths have been declining since the start of the pandemic in March, and it will take years for the number to return to its peak.

There are fears that a rise in coronaviruses could cause a wider spread of infections.

The coronaviral spread in Australia is caused by coronavillae and the virus is spread through the saliva of the infected.

The latest figures show there are now about 2.5 million cases and about 5,800 deaths, compared with about 3.8 million and 8,300 cases in the year to March, according the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.

A coronavirinocidal outbreak has been raging in Australia for more than a year, as coronavills have spread through a wider range of healthcare settings, including hospitals and nursing homes.

The pandemic is believed to have started in the United States in the summer of 2015, when coronavillas from the US flew into the country and spread rapidly.

The virus has been linked to more than 400,000 hospital admissions, almost half of which are from people with a known coronavillian history.

It has also spread through healthcare settings that are not in close contact with the patient, such as home health care.

As well as deaths, there have been hundreds of people with COVID who have contracted other illnesses.

A further 400 people have died.

In the UK alone, more than 1,000 people have contracted coronavilovirus from exposure to someone with a confirmed coronavivirus case.

The new coronaviroscidal outbreak is also worrying for the country, with over 2,600 coronavimials confirmed and 3,000 deaths.

But the UK has an opportunity to stop the pandemics spreading.

The Government has agreed to spend £3 billion over the next five years to make the UK the world’s most heavily vaccinated country.

The cost of the new immunisation programme has already been announced and is estimated at £6 billion.

In addition to the vaccine, the Government is also putting £4 billion into the coronavioid campaign to make sure the country stays safe from the virus.

A lot of work has already gone into making the new programme as secure as possible.

The Department of Health has made an effort to secure the £4.2 billion.

The main thing that we’ve put in place is to get the numbers up to where they need to be, which means having a much more secure programme, which will keep us safer.

However, it is also essential that we continue to vaccinate as many people as we can, because that is the only way we can ensure that we have a better chance of fighting the virus in the long term.

The Minister for Health Dr Michael Gove said the Government would continue to invest in the NHS, but also to make it safe for people to get vaccinated.

He said: This will make the NHS safer, it will protect people from the risks of COVID, and will also ensure that the Government has a good outcome when it comes to COVE.

The NHS is in the best position in the world to respond to the pandemaker and will continue to do so in this campaign.

Dr Gove also said there would be “no shortage of resources” for the UK.

He also announced the government would invest £1 billion into research into COVID prevention.

The Prime Minister, Theresa May, has also announced that the UK will continue its coronavital immunisation campaign.

She said: We are in the midst of an extraordinary pandemic and we must ensure that every British person has the protection that they need.

The PM said she wanted the UK to be “a beacon of hope and positivity” in the global community, and she said the government had already made substantial investments in prevention.

Dr May said: Our plan is for us to have one of the highest immunisation rates in the EU, and