That brings the total UK death toll to 128,399.
Separate figures published by the Office for National Statistics show there have been 153,000 deaths registered in the UK where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate.
Government data up to July 9 shows that of the 80,327,679 Covid jabs given in the UK so far, 45,786,550 were first doses – a rise of 88,675 on the previous day.
Some 34,541,129 were second doses – an increase of 166,883.
It comes as infection rates are rising rapidly with the Health Secretary Sadid Javid recently saying he expected to see as many as 100,000 cases a day.
The rising infection rates - powered by new variants of the disease - had led to a warning that hospitals could be left short staffed this year.
NHS Providers, the membership organisation for NHS trusts in England, said a combination of staff having to self-isolate due to rising infection levels and people “rightly” taking annual leave delayed due to the pandemic is likely to put a strain on the health service.
The organisation said a growing number of trusts had told them of their concerns in recent days about how self-isolation of staff is now “significantly impacting their ability to deliver care”.