FEWER than 20 people have died with coronavirus in the last 24 hours across the UK for the second day in a row, with no deaths in Hampshire hospitals, latest figures reveal.

Data released by NHS England today, Monday, April 5, showed that no one has died with coronavirus in the county's hospitals.

This means that there have still been 902 deaths at Portsmouth Hospital, 479 in University Hospitals Southampton, and 438 at Hampshire Hospital.

Solent NHS Trust and Southern Health NHT Trust have also recorded 15 and 58 deaths respectively since the start of the pandemic.

A further 15 deaths have been recorded in hospitals in England in the last 24 hours, bringing the total of 86,422.

Patients were aged between 51 and 90 years old. All had known underlying health conditions.

Date of death ranges from March 21 to April 4, with the majority being on or after April 1.

Three deaths were recorded in the South East region with the highest number - five - in the North East and Yorkshire.