These are deaths where the person had tested positive for the virus or where Covid-19 was mentioned on their death certificate.
However, there are often deaths that have not been recorded until then, occurring several days or even weeks ago.
It does not include deaths in the community or in other contexts.
Today, 129 other people have died in England, including 14 in our area.
This is a marked increase in the number recorded in the previous two days.
No deaths were recorded in our hospitals on Sunday for the first time since the lockdown began in March.
And there were only three new deaths recorded on Monday.
Data from previous weeks, however, showed a lag in weekend death registration.
Pennie Acute, who manages North Manchester General Hospital, Fairfield General, Royal Oldham Hospital and Rochdale Infirmary, registered the highest number with 11.
The NHS Foundation Trust at the University of Manchester, the Bolton Foundation and the Salford Royal Foundation Trust each recorded one new death.
This means that the number of lives killed by Covid-19 in hospitals in our region is now 1,942.
The total number of deaths from coronavirus in Greater Manchester hospital trusts is, as of Monday, June 8:
- Bolton NHS Foundation Trust 220
- NHS Greater Manchester Mental Health Foundation – 9
- Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust – 403
- NHS Nightingale Hospital North West -3
- Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust – 502
- Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust – 6
- Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust – 171
- Stockport NHS Foundation Trust – 199
- Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust – 171
- The Christie NHS Foundation Trust – 13
- NHS Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh Foundation fonds – 245
A total of 32 deaths have been recorded in the northwest region as a whole.
While the NHS England has stated that nationally: “Another 129 people who have tested positive for the coronavirus (Covid-19) have died, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths reported in hospitals in England to 27,619.
“The patients were between 26 and 100 years old.
“Three patients (ages 78 to 93) had no known underlying health conditions.
“Their families have been informed. ”
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