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UK coronavirus death toll nears 35,000

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UK coronavirus death toll nears 35,000

UK coronavirus death toll nears 35,000

Dominic Raab has announced the UK coronavirus death toll is now 34,796.

The foreign secretary confirmed 100,678 tests were carried out or dispatched in the past 24 hours.

His comments come as part of the daily coronavirus press briefing at 10 Downing Street.

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