Total confirmed cases are at 51,608, with 3802 new cases, down 2101 (43.3% decrease) on yesterday. Total deaths are 5,373, with 439 new deaths, down 182 (34.3% decrease) on yesterday. Total tested this (24h) period, 13313.
As of 9am 6 April, 252,958 tests have concluded, with 13,069 tests carried out on 5 April (this does not include data for Northern Ireland). Some individuals are tested more than once for clinical reasons.
208,837 people have been tested, of whom 51,608 tested positive.
As of 5pm on 5 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 5,373 have died.
But Russia's RIA-Novosti had reported that Mr Johnson would be put on a ventilator, attributing the claim to a "source close to the leadership" of the NHS.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care in hospital after his coronavirus symptoms "worsened", Downing Street has said.
Mr Johnson has asked Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to deputise "where necessary", a spokesman added.
LiPetri said the most targeted establishments by criminals had been restaurants, supermarkets, and retail stores. Between March 12-31, there were over 30 reports of burglaries of supermarkets, a 400% increase over the same period last year.
He said thieves were specifically after food, alcohol, and retail goods. Many gained entry from rooftops and or forcing doors open or breaking windows.
US officials have stopped nearly three million specialized masks from being exported to Canada’s most populous province, amid mounting fears that Ontario will run out of supplies for medical staff battling coronavirus by the end of the week.
Donald Trump on Friday invoked the 1950 Defense Production Act giving the government “any or all authority” to stop 3M exporting N95 respirators to Canada and Latin America.
We saw this also with France when Macron seized two lorries with face masks heading for the UK .