The UK reached a grim milestone as there have been more than seven million Covid infections since the start of the pandemic, according to government data.
It was revealed as Covid cases rocketed to 41,192 on Monday.
As the UK tries to get back to normal, Londoners have headed back to the office in their droves this week.
It was the busiest morning rush-hour since the pandemic hit as thousands poured into the capital.
This brings the UK total to 133,274.
As the colder weather sets in, there have been renewed fears of a winter lockdown as No10 said they will take “further steps” that are necessary to tackle the spread of coronavirus.
But the vaccine rollout continues to be a great success with 91,725,196 Covid jabs given in the UK.
Of the jabs, 48,270,113 were first doses and 43,455,083 were second doses.
The latest figures have come as the UK awaits to find out whether the four scientific advisors recommend children aged 12 to 15 for the Covid vaccine.