TWO more COVID-19 related patients have sadly died at Warrington & Halton Hospital with a further 109 new cases reported in the latest figures from Public Health England.
The latest deaths over the weekend took the hospital’s death toll to 154 since the start of the pandemic, with four deaths since Friday.
The latest figure of 109 (79) new cases means the number of confirmed cases in Warrington since March is now 3,570 (3,461). The seven day average as of October 5 was 103.3 (100.3).
There have now been 166 (165) COVID-related deaths reported by Public Health England in Warrington, 79 per 100,000 population.
The latest figures come as Warrington avoided facing further lockdown restrictions after being classified as a “High Risk” Tier Two area by the Government.
Latest figures from Warrington & Halton Hospitals updated Monday 12th October 2020 – last Friday’s figures in brackets.
Covid-19 positive inpatients 66 (59) – Of which 11 (9) are in ICU
Total number of tests (inpatients/community) cumulative – 26,811 (26,196)
Total tests with a positive result (inpatients/community/died/discharged) cumulative 1,597 (1,545)
Discharges of positive patients (excluding deaths) cumulative 483 (469)
Deaths of Covid-19 positive inpatients cumulative 154 (150)
Across the UK the daily number of COVID-19 associated UK deaths was 50 (65), taking the total number of deaths to 42,875 (42,825).
The daily number of lab-confirmed UK cases was 13,972 (12,872), taking the total number to 617,688 (603,716).
Across the country, there are 3,837 (3,837) patients currently in hospital and 442 (442) patients in ventilator beds.
To find out more about COVID-19 testing, and to book a test if you have symptoms, visit warrington.gov.uk/get-tested-coronavirus
For the latest COVID-19 guidance for Warrington visit https://www.warrington.gov.uk/coronavirus-latest-guidance