The UK has reported one coronavirus-related death and 3,383 infections in the past 24 hours.
The single death was confirmed in Scotland – meaning England has recorded zero daily deaths for just the fifth time since the government started collecting the figures.
The one UK death is less than the six confirmed yesterday and the three last Monday – while the number of positive cases is up from 3,240 and 2,439 respectively.
The latest death brings the UK’s total to 127,782, according to government figures. The total number of people to have tested positive for coronavirus stands at 4,487,339.
Another 120,243 people have had their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, taking the total to 39,379,411. And Sunday saw 204,282 second jabs administered, meaning 25,537,133 people have had both shots.
The latest figures have been revealed as England’s biggest vaccination centre is offering COVID jabs to anyone over the age of 18 for today only.
Thousands of people have already been vaccinated at the centre at Twickenham Stadium in west London.
Government guidelines say only people over the age of 30 are eligible for the jab but medics offered it to all adults in an effort to ensure nothing is wasted.
The local NHS trust tweeted: “Thousands of people vaccinated at @twickenhamstad today.
“Still spaces and vaccine left: now open to all 18 and over who can get here before 7.30pm.”
The vaccination roll-out is taking place ahead of the government’s planned date for lifting the remaining lockdown restrictions from 21 June.
However government adviser Professor Adam Finn, a member of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation, has cast doubt on whether the prime minister will be able to proceed with the timetable.
He told Sky News that “things are much more up in the air” than they were earlier this month due to the spread of the Indian variant of coronavirus in the UK.
Professor Finn continued: “In a way, I think, the dates (of the roadmap) all the way through were created just to give everyone some kind of sense of structure.
“But they were always qualified as being based on what actually happened and that they could change. I think there’s a significant chance that it could change.
“We’re better off being cautious at this point and being able to progressively unlock ourselves than to overdo it and then end up having to lockdown fully all over again.”
Professor Finn’s warning comes as thousands of people have flocked to beer gardens, beaches and parks for the bank holiday weekend.
People have been able to enjoy more freedoms after some restrictions were lifted earlier this month.