Zero coronavirus deaths have been announced in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland on Monday.
Wales recorded four deaths meaning that, overall, the UK showed a slight increase on the two deaths recorded on Sunday.
It comes as Boris Johnson has confirmed England will proceed to lift more lockdown restrictions next week.
Meanwhile, the UK’s coronavirus alert level has been lowered from four to three on the advice of experts.
Alert level three means that although the virus is still in general circulation, transmission is no longer high or rising exponentially.
Experts say cases, hospital admissions and Covid-related deaths have all decreased and vaccines are having the desired protective effect, with the latest figures showing a third of UK adults are now fully vaccinated against Covid-19, and two-thirds have had their first of two doses.