The UK has recorded its lowest daily rise in the number of coronavirus deaths since before lockdown, latest government figures show.
A further 55 people died after testing positive with the virus as of 17:00 BST on Sunday, taking the total to 40,597.
This included no new deaths announced in both Scotland and Northern Ireland – for the second consecutive day.
However, there tends to be fewer deaths reported on Mondays, due to a reporting lag over the weekend.
On the day lockdown began, 23 March, there was a rise of 74 deaths.