Of the 218 new cases recorded overnight in Surrey, the largest increase was seen in the Mole Valley, where 40 new Covid-19 infections have been confirmed.
There are 28 new cases in Woking and 21 in Elmbridge.
The latest statistics from NHS England show that a new death was recorded at the Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust on October 30 – although it should be noted that these figures are subject to revision in the coming days.
Across the UK, 162 more people have died within 28 days of testing positive, a total of 46,717 since the start of the pandemic.
The new figures come after the Prime Minister announced that England was set to have a four-week lockdown – from November 4 to December 2 – in an attempt to see coronavirus infection rates drop significantly before Christmas.
Distribution of cases by district and borough of Surrey
- Elmbridge: 1 424 (increase of 21)
- Epsom and Ewell: 799 (increase of 20)
- Guildford: 1 356 (increase of 16)
- Mole Valley: 829 (increase of 40)
- Reigate et Banstead: 1415 (increase of 19)
- Runnymede: 861 (increase of 9)
- Spelthorne: 929 (increase of 19)
- Surrey Heath: 882 (increase of 14)
- Tandridge: 720 (increase of 14)
- Waverley: 1 227 (increase of 18)
- Woking: 958 (increase of 28)
Distribution of registered deaths by trust operating in Surrey
- Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust – 390 (sans changement)
- Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust – 295 (no change)
- Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust – 263 (aucun changement)
- Ashford and St Peter’s NHS Foundation Trust – 195 (sans changement)
- Trust Royal Surrey NHS Foundation – 101 ( increase of one )
- Woking Community Hospital – one (no change)
- Nuffield Health, Woking – one (no change)
- Mount Alvernia, Guildford – two (no change)
- Walton Community Hospital – four (no change)
- St Magnus to Haslemere – two (no change)
Cabinet Minister Michael Gove said he believed the restrictions Boris Johnson announced would lower the R-value, but warned people may have to stay at home longer otherwise.
In his announcement on Saturday, October 31, the prime minister said the restrictions would end on December 2, when the government reintroduces local restrictions based on the latest data and trends.
But Mr Gove said it would be “foolish” to predict what will happen with the pandemic over the next four weeks, and admitted the lockdown may have to be extended.
When asked in an interview with Sky News’ Sophy Ridge on Sunday if the nationwide lockdown could be extended, he replied, “Yes.”
Mr Gove said: ‘We want to be in a position where we can – and I think we probably will – have an approach where, if we reduce the infection rate enough, we can reduce measures at the national level. and also reduce the measures. regionally.
“Because the regional approach is an approach that, as far as possible, we want to take because, again, we recognize that in the future, having reduced R below 1, having reduced national restrictions, we may see a specific upsurge in specific areas that will require specific regional action. “