The latest figure was published by Public Health England yesterday afternoon.
The government's announced it'll hold daily news conferences to give updates on the Covid-19 crisis.
Boris Johnson or one of his senior ministers will join experts, and scientific data and modelling will also be published.
Thirty-five people who've tested positive for the infection have now died in the UK.
Here in Derbyshire, eleven people have tested positive for the virus so far.
As a result, Chesterfield's MP Toby Perkins has confirmed his constituency office will be closed to unarranged callers for the foreseeable future.
From now, my Constituency office will not be open to unarranged callers. We will attempt to do all casework by telephone, email and FaceTime.— Toby Perkins (@tobyperkinsmp) March 15, 2020
Every person that comes in is a potential carrier and as soon as the first one passes it on, we can infect everyone else who comes in.
Meanwhile, Derbyshire's Police and Crime Commissioner, Hardyal Dhindsa, has postponed all his public meetings until further notice.