No New Coronavirus Deaths in Gloucestershire for Second Day in a Row


Public Health England reports no new coronavirus deaths in Gloucestershire for the second day in a row.

It was reported yesterday that although there have been four new cases of coronavirus in the county, there have been no deaths – but today the number of cases has remained the same as well.

This means that the number of coronavirus-related deaths in Gloucestershire is 214, while the number of people who test positive for the virus remains at 1,334.

Thirty of these deceased were cared for by the Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust, while the Gloucestershire NHS Foundation Trust has recorded 184 deaths to date.

On the other side of the border in Worcestershire, 255 coronavirus-related deaths have been recorded, including 232 reported by the Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust and 23 reported by the Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust, which operates community hospitals and mental health facilities.

The Wye Valley NHS Trust has recorded 46 deaths.

The number of people who died from coronavirus-related deaths at the Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust – which covers Swindon and Wiltshire – has increased from 101 yesterday to 105 today.

Gloucestershire today reported 1,334 confirmed cases of Covid-19, the same as yesterday according to Public Health England.

South Gloucestershire reports 395 cases.

With regard to the district breakdown of confirmed cases of coronavirus, the figures are as follows:

  • Gloucester – 387
  • Cheltenham – 317
  • Stroud – 195
  • Tewkesbury – 177
  • Cotswolds – 151
  • Forest of Dean – 107

The Department of Health and Welfare has said that the number of confirmed cases in the UK is 236,711.

At 5 p.m. on May 14, among the people who tested positive for the coronavirus, the DHSC also declared that, in all contexts, 33,998 unfortunately died.


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