Confirmed coronavirus cases in Surrey move from 3,000 as new hospital deaths are registered


Another coronavirus death has been recorded in a Surrey NHS hospital trust as the county’s confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic have increased beyond 3,000. More than 10 people tested positive for COVID-19 in the county within 24 hours to Saturday afternoon (June 20), according to England Public Health figures. Which brings the total number of confirmed cases in Surrey since the start of the pandemic to 3.005.

The only death was recorded in the Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust, which runs East Surrey Hospital, Saturday (June 20); however, the death occurred on Wednesday (June 17).

NHS England data indicates that a total of 1,164 people have died in the Surrey NHS hospital trusts following positive tests for the coronavirus.

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Below is a breakdown of the total number of deaths at each trust that operates a hospital in Surrey. Some of these trusts, like Frimley of Health and Epsom and St Helier, also run hospitals outside the county, making it difficult to get an exact figure for Surrey alone.

NHS Foundation Trust Health Ltd. – 360 (no change)

Epsom and St Helier University hospitals NHS Trust – 268 (no change)

Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust – 254 (One dead)

Ashford and Saint-Pierre NHS Foundation Trust – 179 (no change)

Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust – 96 (no change)

Woking Community Hospital – one (no change)

Nuffield, Health, Woking – one (no change)

Mont Alverne, Guildford – two (no change)

Walton Community Hospital – ten (no change)

St Magnus in Haslemere – one (no change)

An NHS England statement said: “71 people who tested positive for Coronavirus (Covid-19) died, bringing the total number of confirmed cases of death reported in hospitals in England to 28,292.

“The patients were between 41 and 95 years old. One patient, aged 68, had no health problems. Their families have been informed. “

Across the UK, one of 1,295 cases has been recorded by the Department of Health. This means a total of 303,110 people tested positive for COVID-19.

An additional 128 people died as a result of positive coronavirus tests in all settings, bringing the total UK to 42,859.


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