Four out of 10 areas in England and Wales reported zero COVID-19 deaths in the latest weekly data, new figures show.
According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), 140 out of 336 local authorities had no coronavirus deaths in the seven days ending 9 April, the most recent date for which data is available.
This meant 41% of areas in the two countries did not report a COVID-19 fatality in that weekly period.
Scroll down to the bottom of the article to see that full list of areas that recorded zero COVID deaths
According to the ONS figures, only one area reported COVID-19 fatalities in double figures for those seven days - that was Leeds in Yorkshire with 10 deaths.
The ONS also revealed that weekly registered deaths involving coronavirus in England and Wales have remained at their lowest level for more than six months.
There were 379 deaths registered in the week ending 9 April where COVID-19 was mentioned on the death certificate.
This is the lowest number since the week ending 2 October and down 5% on the previous seven days.
About one in 25 of all deaths registered in the week to 9 April mentioned COVID-19 on the death certificate, the ONS said.
The overall number of deaths registered was below the five-year average for the fifth consecutive week, the ONS said.
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Some 9,098 deaths were registered in the week to 9 April, 11.7% below the average for the corresponding period in 2015-19.
A total of 151,795 deaths have now occurred in the UK where COVID-19 was mentioned on the death certificate, the ONS said.
On Monday, daily COVID-19 deaths dropped to single figures in the UK for the first time since before the second wave.
According to government figures, four people were confirmed to have died within 28 days of testing positive in the latest 24-hour period.
This was the first time daily deaths have been in single figures since 9 September.
Restrictions were eased in England at the beginning of last week with non-essential shops, gyms, swimming pools and libraries all reopening, while pubs and restaurants were allowed to serve customers outside.
More than 10 million people in the UK have now received their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, while more than 32.9 million have had a single dose, the government says.
These are the 140 local authority areas that recorded zero COVID deaths in the week to 9 April
Redcar and Cleveland
Blackburn with Darwen
Herefordshire, County of
Telford and Wrekin
Bath and North East Somerset
Isle of Wight
Isles of Scilly
North East Derbyshire
Forest of Dean
Basingstoke and Deane
North West Leicestershire
Oadby and Wigston
Newark and Sherwood
Vale of White Horse
Nuneaton and Bedworth
Somerset West and Taunton
City of London
Kensington and Chelsea
Rhondda Cynon Taf
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