Coronavirus in Portsmouth: the number of Covid-19 deaths at Queen Alexandra Hospital stands at 202


Revised figures from NHS England showed that one person died on Friday May 8th, when the total number of deaths at QA had risen to 202

However, these are subject to change as the autopsy results are released, so the hospital trust can confirm the deaths within a few days of their occurrence.

While deaths are recorded by hospital trusts – and do not include those occurring in nursing homes – cases are recorded by region of the board.

The number of QA hospital deaths related to coronavirus has increased again Copyright: JPIMedia

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Portsmouth City Council case count rises to 308 as of Sunday May 10

The number of cases in the Hampshire County Council area is 3,021 – this figure can now also be broken down into lower level local authorities – read more here.

The latest daily death figures for Portsmouth can be found at the bottom of this article.

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There were 158 deaths at the University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust as of May 10.

At the Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which runs hospitals in Winchester, Andover and Basingstoke, there have been 135 deaths.

Number of deaths at Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust (numbers are subject to change)

Wednesday April 29 – two dead

Thursday April 30 – three dead

Saturday May 2 – two deaths

Sunday May 3 – two dead

Monday May 4 – two dead

Thursday May 7 – two dead

Friday May 8 – death

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