Although the UK reported 12 deaths within two days of a positive test on Wednesday, the average death rate has plummeted from a high of 1,285 on January 19.
Hospitalisations have also dropped to a seven-day average of 124.1 following a high of 4,232.4 on January 9.
As a result of the vaccine rollout and the subsequent fall in Covid metrics, the UK has been able to proceed with unlocking the country.
In France, the government has warned Covid restrictions will not be lifted quicker than planned amid high case and death rates.
In Germany, the country reported a further 4,917 cases and 179 deaths across the states according to the Robert Koch Institute as it continues to catch up after a slow start to the vaccine plan.
However, in England health professionals have claimed the vaccine rollout has been a game-changer.
Due to the vaccine rollout, many of those admitted to hospital are now of a younger age and therefore can be treated in general wards.
While many areas of the country are seeing low infection rates, Blackburn and Darwen, Kirklees, and Bolton have seen rising levels due to the Indian variant.
Surge vaccine groups have been dispatched to these areas and it is hoped the drugs will soon bring down the infection rates.
However, the Government has now declared the Indian or Delta variant as the dominant strain in the UK.
Dr Jenny Harries, Chief Executive, UK Health Security Agency, said: “With this variant now dominant across the UK, it remains vital that we all continue to exercise as much caution as possible.
“The way to tackle variants is to tackle the transmission of COVID-19 as a whole.
“Work from home where you can, and practice ‘hands, face, space, fresh air’ at all times.