Bristol Has 571 Confirmed Coronavirus Cases As Minister Wonders How Many Lives A Faster Response Could Have Saved


New figures show that Bristol now has 571 confirmed cases of coronavirus after an increase of 12 positive tests in the past 24 hours.

This is less than the increase of 16 recorded yesterday, but it is likely that the city’s actual figure is much higher, perhaps by the thousands, as the government has only tested the most severe patients.

In south Gloucestershire, nine more people have tested positive for Covid-19 in the past 24 hours, bringing the district total to 321, according to government figures released today (Sunday 26 April).

In Bath and northeast Somerset, three more positive Covid-19 tests were returned, bringing the total to 201.

Dr. Rosena Allin-Khan asked how many lives a faster response to the coronavirus pandemic could have saved

North Somerset now has 205 cases after an increase of five.

The total number of laboratory-confirmed cases in the UK has reached 152,840 while the number of hospital deaths now stands at 20,732 20,319, a daily increase of 413.

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A Minister of Labor asked how many lives a faster response to the coronavirus pandemic could have saved.

Ghost Minister of Mental Health and Rosena Allin-Khan, A&E Worker, said government chose to lock in “too late” and global self-isolation advice failed been followed.

Dr Allin-Khan added that PPE was not delivered to the front line when necessary and that mass testing and contact tracing should have been deployed.


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