It has been confirmed that seven people in Norfolk have died after testing positive for COVID-19.
It is the highest increase in deaths in the county since the first deaths were confirmed on March 20, and it brings the toll to 18.
It comes as NHS England announced a total of 367 further people have died in England, bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths to 1,651.
The deaths were at the James Paget University Hospital, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital.
In a statement, on their website James Paget University Hospital, in Great Yarmouth confirmed that two patients they were treated for coronavirus had died.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn has also announced that three COVID-19 patients in their care had also died.
And a further two coronavirus patients were confirmed dead by the Norfolk and Norwich hospital.