Coronavirus deaths increased from 786 to 6,159 in the UK

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A total of 6,159 patients died in hospital in the UK after being tested positive for coronavirus.

The latest figures from the Ministry of Health (DoH) cover the cases until 5 p.m. Monday and show an increase of 786 from 5,373 the day before.

In addition, the DoH said that at 9:00 am Tuesday, 213,181 people had been tested, of which 55,242 were positive.

A total of 266,694 tests were completed, with 14,006 tests performed on Monday.

The daily figure for the number of people tested on Monday excludes data from Manchester and Leeds due to a “data processing delay”, while the overall figure for the tests excludes Northern Ireland, the ministry added. Health.

At 9:00 a.m. on April 7, 266,694 tests were completed, with 14,006 tests on April 6.

213,181 people were tested, of which 55,242 tested positive.

At 5 p.m. on April 6, of the people hospitalized in the UK who tested positive for the coronavirus, 6,159 unfortunately died. pic.twitter.com/MB1ckbNjm7

& mdash; Department of Health and Social Services (@DHSCgovuk) April 7, 2020

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The total number of people in the UK screened for coronavirus since the start of the epidemic – 213,181 at 9:00 am on April 7 – is the equivalent of around 320 people per 100,000, or 0.3% of the population.

The number cannot be compared to the equivalent yesterday as the figures lack data from Manchester and Leeds due to processing delays.

The difference between the number of new deaths announced today by the Department of Health – 786 – and the combined total of new deaths announced today by the health authorities of the four UK countries – 854 – is due to the difference in how and when the data is collected and communicated.

None of these figures is an accurate measure of the number of deaths in the UK since yesterday.

For example, one of the deaths announced today by the NHS England took place almost three weeks ago on March 19.

New Figures Come Like Boris Johnson stays in intensive care at St Thomas ‘Hospital in London, after his condition worsened on Monday evening.

The prime minister is “stable” and “in good spirits” after receiving oxygen treatment, his official spokesman said on Tuesday.

While in the ICU, Mr. Johnson was tested for pneumonia, but later everything was clear, contrary to rumors on social media.

Johnson was initially admitted to St. Thomas on Sunday on the advice of his doctor after continuing to show symptoms of cough and high temperature ten days after being tested positive for the virus.



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