Coronavirus Q When will the peak hit and how many will die? Our expert answers your questions

Paul Nuki
Paramedics outside St Thomas' Hospital, Central London - WILL OLIVER/Shutterstock

Britain experienced its most deadly day yet on Wednesday after 563 people died after testing positive for coronavirus. The sharp spike takes the UK's death toll to 2,352. But how much worse will these daily figures get and when will the pandemic's peak strike the UK? 

Writing to households across Britain last week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned that "things will get worse before they get better" as he hinted that a sobering path lays ahead. 

At 1 p.m. (GMT) on Thursday, the Daily Telegraph's Global Health Security Editor, Paul Nuki, will be answering all of your questions on the current pandemic while discussing what could be in store for Britain over the next few weeks. 

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*DISCLAIMERNone of the information provided in this Q&A constitutes or is a substitute for medical advice.  If you believe you may have been exposed to the virus or have any other concerns then you should follow government advice.