A further ten people have died in UK hospitals after testing positive for coronavirus, all of them in England.
The new fatalities take the total number of confirmed reported deaths in English hospitals in to 29,411, NHS England said on Sunday.
Scotland and Wales both reported no deaths, while Northern Ireland does not release updated figures on the weekend.
The patients who died in England were aged between 45 and 89 and all had known underlying health conditions. Two deaths were reported with no positive Covid-19 test result.
The Midlands had the highest number of deaths among the English regions, with four.
Elsewhere there were three deaths in the North East and Yorkshire, two in the East of England and one in London.
There were no deaths reported in the North West, where local lockdown measures in place in Greater Manchester and parts of east Lancashire were extended on Friday to include Preston.
With no further deaths in Scotland, the total number of fatalities stays at 2,491. There were 48 new confirmed cases in the past 24 hours.
Some 1,579 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales. The number of cases in Wales increased by 26, bringing the total confirmed to 17,451.
The regional figures differ from the daily death toll released by the Government later in the day, as that total includes deaths in all settings.