AS prime minister Boris Johnson announced lockdown measures will be eased from July 4, we have rounded up the latest coronavirus figures across Berkshire.

Across the whole of the UK 306,210 people have been diagnosed with having coronavirus and a total of 42,927 have died having tested positive, the government website states.

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The number of deaths recorded by trusts in Berkshire, according to NHS England, are detailed below.

Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust has recorded a total of 360 deaths.

Since last Thursday (June 18) there have been no recorded deaths for this trust, but NHS England explained the data between June 19 and June 23 is “likely to change”.

Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust has recorded a total of 186 deaths.

There has been one recorded death in the last week on June 19 but as with other trusts data recorded between June 19 and June 23 is “likely to change”.

Confirmed cases broken down by region as of Wednesday, June 24, at 4:20pm (government website)

Bracknell Forest: 263

Wokingham: 458

Reading: 596

Slough: 465

Windsor and Maidenhead: 309

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Mr Johnson announced yesterday that from July 4 pubs, restaurants and hair salons in England will be allowed to reopen.

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He added indoor gatherings with two separate households will also be permitted but social distancing measures remain in place.