Coronavirus: More than 40 people test positive in East of England
More than 40 people have tested positive for coronavirus in the East of England - with no further cases in Suffolk.
Public Health England figures published today (March 14) show there have been 43 cases as of 9am.
There remains just one case in Suffolk.
The figures show 37,746 people have been tested in the UK, of which 36,606 were confirmed negative and 1,140 were positive.
Twenty one patients who tested positive for COVID-19 have died.
Three patients tested positive for coronavirus at King's Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital, officials confirmed this afternoon.
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