A further 214 deaths and 37,243 new daily cases of Covid were recorded in the UK on Tuesday.
Separate figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that there have now been 168,000 deaths recorded in the UK where Covid-19 was mentioned in the death certificate.
A total of 50,614,550 first doses of the Covid-19 vaccine were delivered in the UK by November 15, according to government figures. This is an increase of 32,046 over the previous day.
About 46,045,964 second doses were delivered, an increase of 18,055.
A combined total of 13,147,333 booster doses and third doses were also administered, representing a daily increase of 286,582.
The highest number in a single day was 1,484 on January 19 and the daily toll reached a high of 1,461 in April 2020 during the first wave of coronavirus, according to ONS data.
Boris Johnson is expected to face questions about Covid-19 from Liaison Committee lawmakers on Wednesday.
He said the reload blow is “absolutely crucial” to protecting the UK as a new wave of Covid travels across Europe.