TEN more COVID-19 related deaths have sadly been reported at Warrington Hospital since Friday.
*No data was available for new cases in Warrington in the past 24 hours due to technical problems with the Public Health England data.
Cases in Warrington for the last seven days are 692 (738) – 329.5 (329.5.5) per 100,000 population, which remains a downward trend.
Latest figures from Warrington & Halton Hospitals updated Monday, November 16 2020 – Friday’s figures in brackets. Figures are not updated at weekends.
Covid-19 positive inpatients 169 (171) of which 68 are Warrington residents – Of which 15 (15) are in ICU
Total number of tests (inpatients/community) cumulative – 36,326 (35,585)
Total tests with a positive result (inpatients/community/died/discharged) cumulative 2,508 (2,469)
Discharges of positive patients (excluding deaths) cumulative 732 (713)
Deaths of Covid-19 positive inpatients cumulative 230 (220)
Education settings data
Number of schools and early years settings with COVID-19 cases as at 11 November: 46
Number of pupils self-isolating (close contact) as at 11 November: 1715
The total number of deaths in Warrington within 28 days of a positive test reported by Public Health England is 234 (230) 111.4 per 100,000 population.
The total number of deaths with Covid-19 on the death certificate in Warrington reported by Public Health England is now 275 (275).
Across the UK the daily number of COVID-19 associated UK deaths reported on Monday, November 16 was 213 (168), taking the total number of deaths to 52,147 (51,934).
The daily number of lab-confirmed UK cases was 21,363 (24,962), taking the total number to 1,390,681 (1,369,318).
Across the country, there are 14,915 (14,915) patients currently in hospital and 1,355 (1,355) 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
*PHE has updated the way it records the location of people who have been tested for COVID-19. Counts of cases and deaths at sub-national level have been updated to reflect this.
Cases are now allocated to the person’s area of residence. From 16 November 2020, PHE has updated the way it records the location of people who test positive or negative for COVID-19. It now prioritises addresses given at the point of testing over the details registered on a patient’s NHS Summary Care Record. This better reflects the distribution of cases and testing. However, it may give rise to differences in previously reported numbers of cases and rates in some areas. The change has been retrospectively applied to tests carried out from 1 September 2020, and data in the dashboard was updated to reflect this change on 16 November 2020. Due to reallocation of cases in this way, the number of cases reported by local authority may be artificially high or low on 16 November 2020.