TWO more COVID-19 related deaths have sadly been reported at Warrington Hospital, with inpatient numbers and infection rates continuing to rise in the town, with another 673 new cases.
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Sharp rise in hospital inpatient numbers as one more COVID-19 related death reported over Christmas period
WHILE one more COVID-19 death has sadly been reported at Warrington Hospital, inpatient numbers have risen sharply over the Christmas period as infection rates also continue to rise in the town with a record 794 new cases.
COVID-19 infection rates are continuing to rise in Warrington with 553 new cases confirmed in the town and well above the national average.
ANOTHER 1,407 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in Warrington since Christmas Eve, including 558, today Monday, December 27, with infection rates now above the national average.
NEW data has revealed alcohol mortality figures have rocketed during the pandemic while hospitals have been crippled with admissions, with Warrington hospital seeing an increase from 3,763 to 4,267.
MERRY Christmas & Happy New Year to all our readers and advertisers in what can only be described as another testing time for many during the COVID-19 pandemic.
NEARLY all areas of Warrington have seen increases in new COVID-19 cases, with significant spikes at Kingswood & Whittle Hall, Callands & Old Hall, Lymm and Stockton Heath.
Peel Hall campaigners swallow “bitterest pill” as council decide not to challenge 1,200 home development
RESIDENTS fighting to Save Peel Hall have swallowed the ‘bitterest campaign pill’ after being told Warrington Borough Council will not be seeking a High Court challenge to stop a 1,200 home ‘multi-use’ neighbourhood on the last natural green space in the north of the town.
POLICE are today marking 12-months since local man James Miller went missing in Warrington.
WHILE no further deaths have been reported, the highest number of new COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic have been confirmed in Warrington, at 312, with hospital inpatient numbers also rising again.