The United Kingdom has become the fifth country in the world to record more than 50,000 coronavirus-related deaths, and one of the nation’s leading doctors says the number “should never have been reached.”By PAN PYLAS Associated PressNovember 11, 2020, 8:02 PM• 4 min readLONDON — The United Kingdom on Wednesday became the fifth country in the world to record more than 50,000 coronavirus-related deaths, a level that one of the nation’s leading doctors says “should never have been reached.”Figures from the British government showed that 595 more people in the country died within 28 days of testing positive for the virus, the highest daily number since May. The figure took the U.K.’s total death toll from the pandemic to 50,365.The U.K, which has the highest virus-related death toll in Europe, joins the United States, Brazil, India and Mexico in reporting more than 50,000, according to a tally maintained by Johns Hopkins University.The U.K.’s overall death toll is widely considered to be far higher than that as the total reported only includes those who have tested positive for the virus and doesn’t include those who died of COVID-related symptoms after 28 days.Like other nations in Europe, the U.K. is experiencing a


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