The patients were aged between 17 and 101 years old. Of the 667 people who died, 40 had no known underlying health condition. Those 40 were aged between 37 and 98 years old.
The number of coronavirus-related fatalities has risen to 209 among UK Jews, up 57 from the last announcement on 7 April.
The figure, released on Monday, covers fatalities both in hospital and beyond, using data gathered from six of the largest Orthodox and denominational burial boards, according to data collated by the Board of Deputies.
Board of Deputies president says impact of the virus on the community is ‘heartbreaking and devastating’ as latest figures are released.
Header: Volunteers from the Hatzola ambulance service, wearing gloves and masks to protect against the coronavirus, wheel a patient into Royal London Hospital in London on March 29, 2020. (Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP)