The latest figures, released by the Office of National Statistics, show there were more than 16,000 deaths that week, 6,000 more than expected for this time of year.
Information for deaths recorded after April 9 will be updated on Friday, April 17.
Two New York University studies looking at 8,000 patients found being over 65 or having a BMI above 30 were the biggest risk factors for COVID-19 admissions.
University of Oxford Professor James Naismith said: "The bank holiday and the weekend could have exacerbated the known volatility in these numbers".
It also found that just 5 per cent of coronavirus hospitalisations were current smokers. The new study aims to determine the total population with COVID-19 antibodies across a health system, identify potential convalescent plasma donors, better understand disease transmission and contribute to a scientifically-based methodology for returning people to work. This is the sixth highest rate in the world. And with a severe testing shortage, many sick people have never been tested.
"While they are mourning the heartbreaking earthly absence of their family patriarch & spiritual father, they also have family members who are struggling to survive this dreaded pandemic", the church said through Facebook on Sunday.
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Among the listed creditors are head coaches Bob Stoops and Marc Trestman, who are owed $1 million and $737,000, respectively. Louis Sports Commission ($1.6 million) but seven of the eight head coaches rank among the top creditors.
The Glasgow laboratory is due to begin work at the end of this week.
Bishop Glenn tested positive for the virus together with his wife, Marcietia Glenn, their daughter Mar-Gerie Crawley said in a video.
He has not been involved in making decisions, taking phone calls or receiving official papers. "We have enough kits to cover for a very long time", a senior ICMR official said.
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It said it was testing Calquence - which is now used to treat some blood cancers - after encouraging early clinical results suggested suppressing the inflammation caused by the immune response could reduce the respiratory harm caused by coronavirus.
The number of confirmed cases of the virus has risen to 89,571 in the country which is the fifth highest in the world, according to data provided by Johns Hopkiins University coronavirus live tracker.