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24 March 2020, 14:38 | Updated: 24 March 2020, 14:41
As of March 24, 338 people across the UK have died from coronavirus.
Coronavirus is quickly spreading across the UK as figures of confirmed cases are constantly rising.
The Government has urged everyone to be vigilant with hand washing, and for those with cold-like symptoms to self-isolate.
But how many confirmed cases of coronavirus are there currently in the UK, and where does the death toll stand?
As of March 24, there have been 6,815 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK.
There are now 396,035 cases of coronavirus across the world.
There have been 340 deaths in the UK due to the deadly virus.
Across the world, there have been 17,247 deaths.
While some locations of cases of coronavirus have not been published, we know of some areas in the UK people have been confirmed with the deadly bug.
Some areas have been pinpointed to specific locations, while others are more vague and could cover a larger area.
Republic of Ireland
Glasgow & Clyde
Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole
Brighton and Hove
Isle of Wight