This gives a total number of deaths so far from Covid of 43,018.
With the number of Covid cases and associated deaths rising across Britain, particularly in the north of England, Johnson has introduced a tiered system to try to better coordinate a response which, for many, had become hard to understand.
Today, Starmer told Johnson that rising coronavirus rates and hospital admissions across the country were "the cost of rejecting Sage advice".
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Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham said that the Tier 3 restrictions are "fundamentally flawed" and "we won't accept it".
The row came as a model by scientists advising the Government suggested that thousands of deaths could be prevented by a short national lockdown over half-term. Johnson has not ruled out a circuit-breaker, but the Chancellor strongly criticised the idea.
But the Prime Minister said a second national lockdown would be a "disaster", although added he would not "rule anything out".
Defending the Government's approach, he said: "The whole point is to seize this moment now to avoid the misery of another national lockdown - into which he wants to go headlong - by delivering a regional solution".
"The optimal time for a break is always now", said the paper, co-authored by Graham Medley, a member of the government's Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies, and Matt Keeling of the government's pandemic modelling subgroup.
The comments came as Northern Ireland on Wednesday introduced the tightest COVID-19 restrictions in the United Kingdom, closing schools, pubs and restaurants to slow the spread of the virus.
"This is not the time for mundane political issues", First Minister Arlene Foster told politicians at the Belfast Regional Assembly. Hospital admissions could be reduced from 132,400 to 66,500.
Pressure on Johnson to take drastic action will be increased by a new research paper seen by the BBC that suggest a two-week circuit breaker at the end of October could halve deaths in the United Kingdom between now and the end of the year.
Earlier, Johnson urged his lawmakers to back his new tiered system, which classifies all English regions as medium, high or very high risk and determines restrictions accordingly.
"Household mixing should be restricted to one household, except for those who formed support bubbles".
Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson wrote on Twitter: "These pictures shame our city, attacking our courageous police officers is unacceptable".
Paul Brand, a councillor in Liverpool, said the city's intensive care units are already more than 90% full, with the city soon expected to reach levels of bed occupancy seen during the first wave of Covid-19.