The death toll of the coronavirus hospital in the UK increased by 13 when the total death toll reached 33,945.
In England nine other deaths have been reported for Covid-19 and another four deaths have been reported in Wales.
In both Scotland and Northern Ireland there were no new deaths of people who tested positive for the virus reported today.
Yesterday, the death toll from the coronavirus hospital in the United Kingdom increased by 14 to a total of 33,932.
England had 12 more hospital deaths, Wales saw an increase of two deaths and both Northern Ireland and Scotland reported no new deaths.
Last Friday there were 16 deaths in the UK from Covid-19 in hospitals.
On the previous Friday, July 17, he reported 17 people died in hospitals from the disease.
This figure has decreased compared to the previous Friday 10 July, when another 22 deaths were recorded.
The most recent figures come as there has been a slight increase in the number of people who have tested positive for coronavirus in England, says the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
According to the ONS, there were approximately 0.78 new Covid-19 infections for every 10,000 people in the community population in England between 20 and 26 July.
This equates to around 4,200 new cases per day and has increased compared to around 2,800 new cases per day in the previous week.
However, the ONS says that “there is insufficient evidence to say for sure whether Covid-19 infection rates differ by region in England”.