COVID-19 infections rates rise in nearly every area of Warrington as hospital inpatient numbers increase from 38-63 in a week

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COVID-19 infections have risen in nearly all areas of Warrington according to the latest small area data, with hospital inpatient numbers also increasing from 38-63 in a week.

There were a total of 487 cases week ending June 18 compared to 306 cases in the week ending June 18, compared to 273 the previous week and 127 the week before that.

There have been three COVID-19-related hospital deaths in the past week, while inpatient numbers were up on the previous week from 38-63 while 35 patients have been discharged in the past week.

Warrington & Halton Hospitals figures Monday-Friday, excluding Bank Holidays.
Current inpatients as of Thursday, June 30 , 2022 compared to Thursday, June 23 (confirmed positive result – 14 days or less from first positive sample) – 63 (38) including 0 (1) in ICU.
Cumulative discharges (discharges of positive patients [excluding deaths]– 4,1035(4,100)
Cumulative deaths (deaths of positive inpatients) – current figure 695 (692)

*Hospital deaths include residents from Warrington and Halton. Total deaths of Warrington residents can be seen below.
The total number of deaths in Warrington within 28 days of a positive test reported by Public Health England is currently 649 – 309.9 per 100,000 population compared to the national rate of 277.2
The total number of deaths with Covid-19 on the death certificate in Warrington reported by Public Health England in all settings is 696 – 332.4 per 100,000.

There have been 487  (*306) COVID-19 cases reported in Warrington over the past seven days taking the total to 79,181 – 74,261 1st infections, 4,920 second (*78,631) and an infection rate of  232.6 (*146.10) per 100,000 which has risen again compared to a rate of 199.3 (*147.4) for England. *Total June 23.

Small area cases for Week Ending June 25 (June 18)
Culcheth West & Croft 12 (12)
Culcheth East & Hollins Green 24 (13)
Winwick & Burtonwood 12 (18)
Locking Stumps 14 (6)
Oakwood & Gorse Covert 16 (10)
Hulme 24 (13)
Houghton Green & Fearnhead 26 (12)
Blackbrook 16 (9)
Kingswood & Whittle Hall 28 (17)
Callands & Old Hall 25 (21)
Orford 16 (12)
Padgate & Paddington 20 (16)
Bewsey & Dallam 21 (13)
Woolston 14 (9)
Great Sankey 19 (12)
Hood Manor & Sankey Bridges 24 (9)
Fairfield & Howley 27 (17)
Central Warrington 16 (13)
Penketh & Cuerdley 18 (11)
Latchford 20 (6)
Lymm 23 (15)
Grappenhall 16 (15)
Stockton Heath & Hillcliffe 25 (13)
Appleton Thorn, Stretton & Walton 16 (7)
Appleton 15 (9)
Total 487 (306)

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To find out more about COVID-19 testing visit www.warrington.gov.uk/testing
For the latest COVID-19 guidance for Warrington visit https://www.warrington.gov.uk/coronavirus-covid-19-warrington
Local data is also available at https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/

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  3. I’m not surprised, the majority of people are acting as though it doesn’t exist and generally taking no precautions whatsoever. And this is in the middle of summer, when you expect similar, although less virulent and dangerous, viruses such as the flu to be pretty much non-existent.

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