There have been no Covid deaths in Wiltshire since May 21, according to Government data on the virus.

In this period, nobody has died in Wiltshire with a death certificate mentioning Covid as one of the causes of death, according to the Government's coronavirus dashboard.

Before this, between April 23 and May 21, there were 4 Covid deaths in Wiltshire, compared with 421 total registered deaths, according to the Local Government Association.

Read more: The Wiltshire areas with the fewest Covid cases

The Government also reports that between June 21 and June 27, one person went into one of the Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust hospitals with coronavirus.

As of June 29, there were no hospital patients in the area with the virus.

At the same time, cases have been on the rise in Wiltshire.

In the week to June 29, the latest weekly period available, 654 new cases were recorded in the Wiltshire Council area, 304 more than the previous week.

Boris Johnson is expected to announce tonight that the country must “begin to learn to live with this virus” as the government prepares for 'freedom day' on July 19.

You can find the latest figures on hospitalisations and deaths in your area by typing your postcode into the coronavirus dashboard:

For Wiltshire-wide data, click here.

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