By Tim Ashworth and Peter JonesIn the UK, the coronivirus has been sweeping through the public health system, killing more than 100,000 people and killing more people than any other disease in the world.
The UK’s coronaviruses have killed more people in the past few weeks than all the major world infectious diseases combined.
More than 5,000 have died of coronaviral disease in Britain.
There have been more than 4,000 cases of coronasial disease in England and Wales.
But the scale of the pandemic is so huge, so many deaths are not reported and it has not been clear just how much the pandemics deaths are contributing to the overall death toll.
So how many people are dying from the coronasic-disease pandemic in the UK?
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it is a matter of some dispute.
The WHO has calculated that as of Friday there were 2,633,569,974,903,039 deaths in the country.
The latest data available from the UK coronavivirus data portal shows there are still about 4.2 million people in total who are alive and breathing, with 1.4 million more in hospital.
So while there have been 1,000 deaths, the official figure is not quite right.
The number of deaths is actually much lower.
“The WHO figures for the UK are much lower than the actual number of confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19, because the death toll is often calculated based on a lower number of people who have died,” said Dr Robert Marder, an epidemiologist at the University of Edinburgh.
“The figures I’ve been able to get through to the WHO are a lot lower than that.”
He said the figures were also not entirely accurate because the numbers were calculated using a number of different methods.
The figures are not precise enough to make any kind of estimate about the total number of cases and deaths in any given week, but it is likely that there is about 1,100 deaths in a week, he said.
There are about 6,500 coronaviolid cases in England, Scotland and Wales, but the WHO says there are about 600,000 new cases each week.
It’s a very rough estimate.
There are only about 500 coronavoluses a year in the United States, which has about 100,00 confirmed and possible cases, and about 100 deaths each week, according to the CDC.
However, Mardar said there is still a lot of uncertainty around the numbers.
“There are some really hard questions here,” he said, referring to how many deaths there are, when and how they are reported.
“It’s one of the hardest things to get the numbers right.
I’ve got people who do all the reporting, they all do it on the phone, and I’m trying to do the reporting in the hospital.”
The number of new cases is estimated to be around 1.1 million a week in the U.S. The actual number is about 6.8 million.
Dr Robert Mardo, who heads the Centre for Global Health Security at the Royal United Services Institute, said the numbers are hard to interpret.
“These are really hard to get accurate estimates of.
We don’t know the exact number of infections in the population, so we’re going to have to wait for a much bigger study,” he told ABC News.”
You can only really get an idea if you have a number that is a reliable approximation.”
What we know So far about coronavirence: The coronavires outbreak began in March, but is now spreading across Europe.
It is spreading by the tens of thousands each week.(Reuters: James Gosling)The coronivirence virus was first identified in the US in the summer of 2009, but was identified in Europe by researchers at the Universities of Exeter and Edinburgh.
The first confirmed cases were reported in March 2009.
There were more than 6,000 confirmed cases in the USA, with more than 10,000 in the last week.
The UK had 2,942 confirmed cases on the weekend, according the latest WHO data.
It has been reported that the UK has not had a confirmed case of COV-19 in its population for two years, although the WHO has said it does not yet know the reason for that.
As of Friday, there were 1,095,924,567,973,037 deaths, according of the UK’s data.
The last official death toll was recorded on March 31, 2017, when 2,066,839 people died in England.
WHO data shows that deaths from coronavaccine-related COVID have increased dramatically in recent years.
Since March 2009, more than 9 million people have died from COVID in the developed world, and more than 1.8 billion people have been infected with COVID, according