Cornwall news Seven new coronavirus related deaths confirmed at Cornwall hospital UK news
MetiNews.Com - A further 1,012 people who tested positive for the virus have died in hospitals across England
Breaking News ! A further seven patients with Covid-19 coronavirus have died at the Royal Cornwall Hospital, NHS data shows. It come after new data has revealed that the impact of the spread of the coronavirus spread in the ten days since Christmas - with the county recording 1,999 new coronavirus cases in the week ending January 5. Of the seven deaths at Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust, one happened on January 8, one on January 9, two on January 10, one on January 11 and two on January 12. Yesterday (January 12), CornwallLive reported that Newquay, St Austell, Bodmin, Truro and Penzance currently have the largest coronavirus outbreaks in Cornwall, according to data from the Government.
. Date of death ranges from May, 8 2020 to January, 12 2021 with the majority being on or after January, 6.
Patients were aged between 39 and 102 years old. All except 46 (aged 39 to 98 years old) had known underlying health conditions. The number of deaths of patients with Covid-19 by region are as follows: East of England - 164 London - 202 Midlands - 201 North East & Yorkshire - 91 North West - 106 South East – 199 South West - 49 Total - 1,012
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