Tuesday, 30 March 2021_Londoners rush outside to enjoy parks, as the nation enters the second phase of its coronavirus lockdown easing thanks in large part to a successful vaccination drive.
ondon reported zero Covid-19 deaths on Sunday for the only the second time this year, according to Government figures.
None of these were in the capital, according to Public Health England data. It is the first time the capital has reported zero deaths since February 27.
There is normally a reporting lag over the weekend, with fewer deaths recorded. But the most recent complete data shows the seven-day average of deaths in the capital now stands at 2.7, compared to 196 on January 16.
There have been 15,413 confirmed Covid deaths in London, out of 126,592 across the country.