Coronavirus news live: 6,874 new cases recorded in the UK and Tfl says no change in passenger numbers despite work from home push
Sept. 26, 2020
Another 6,874 people have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK , bringing the overall number of cases – as of Friday – to 423,236.
It marks the second day in a row when the number of new cases announced is higher than at any point during the pandemic.
Having not seen 6,000 cases a day since early May, the country has now breached this threshold for three days in a row.
Meanwhile, Tfl has reported hardly any change in passenger numbers on public transport, despite the government’s push to get people to work from home again if they can.
Although tube use on Friday morning was only at 33% of normal demand, it was down by just 0.4% from last week with 723,000 commuters using services.
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