Covid-19 Daily Bulletin

14 June 2021

A series of daily updates for CHO members regarding relevant updates pertaining to Coronavirus from home and abroad.

Key Announcements:

  • The number of people who tested positive for the virus yesterday in the UK was 7,490 and 8 people died within 28 days of a positive test.
  • As of 12 June, 41.55m people have received their first vaccine dose, with 29.79m people receiving their second dose.
  • Boris Johnson is expected to announce today that the June 21st lifting of lockdown will be delayed by four weeks.
  • Leaders at the G7 pledged to donate one billion Covid vaccine doses to poorer nations.
  • India has reported 70,421 new Covid infections, the lowest since 31 March, data from the health ministry shows.
  • Seven million people in England are in areas with high Covid rates.
  • Boris Johnson will give a press conference at 6pm


  • Long Covid treatment service to be set up in Northern Ireland.
  • All adults in Wales have been offered a Covid jab, which the Welsh government says is six weeks ahead of schedule.


  • The South African president says the country needs “more assistance” as it faces a third wave of coronavirus.
  • Coronavirus is on the verge of having killed 600,000 people in the US, with the case total standing at 599,769.


  • Trade group UKHospitality has warned the government that not sticking to the 21st June date for easing England’s restrictions will put the future of thousands of hospitality businesses at risk.