According to the latest data, there were 32 new coronavirus cases recorded throughout Milton Keynes today (14/06).
This brings the total number of cases in Milton Keynes to 20,685 since the start of the pandemic last year. 150 of these cases were in the last 7 days.
The 7-day case rate in Milton Keynes has slightly decreased to 55.7 cases per 100,000 people, which is below the national average of 67.5 cases per 100,000 people.
Nationally, there was an additional 7,742 people who tested positive yesterday. 3 deaths were also recorded within 28 days of a positive test.
These deaths did not take place in Milton Keynes, meaning that the local death toll stands at 464 since the start of the pandemic as one local death was recently announced last Wednesday.
161,785 local people have had their first dose of the vaccine and 104,781 people are now fully vaccinated.
At 6pm tonight, Prime Minister Boris Johnson will be hosting a Downing Street COVID briefing where it is expected he will announce a delay to the easing of lockdown measures.
Previously, all social distancing measures were set to be scrapped by 21 June, but these plans are likely to change due to the emergence of the new Delta (Indian) variant.