A further 48 patients have died with Covid-19 in hospitals in the Anglia region but part of the daily increase is down to the late reporting of some deaths.
The NHS reported on Wednesday that 48 more people has passed away with the illness in the area, which was the highest daily figure for 12 days. The total number of patients dying in hospital in the Anglia region has reached 3,351.
On Tuesday, 28 deaths were reported in the region with 15 on Monday and 14 on Sunday.
Part of the increase can be explained by 14 deaths at the Luton & Dunstable hospital in Bedfordshire from earlier in May only just being reported. The patients died at that hospital between 4th and 10th May.
The daily NHS figures do not include those who pass away in care homes or in the community. That information is published at a local level only on a weekly basis.
When the data released by the Office of National Statistics on Tuesday is included, the regional death toll rises to more than 4,700.
Southend Hospital in Essex reported an additional eight deaths which occurred between 13th and 18th May. The total number of patients dying at Southend Hospital is now 190. Overall Essex has seen more than 1,000 hospital deaths of patients with coronavirus.
Kettering Hospital in Northamptonshire also reported a further eight deaths bringing the total there to 153.
Total number of deaths of patients with Covid-19 at hospitals in the Anglia region
Figures from NHS England to 5pm on Tuesday 19 May 2020 released on Wednesday
- 336 - West Hertfordshire NHS Trust including Watford General (unchanged since yesterday)
- 308 - East Suffolk & North Essex (up 1) which includes Ipswich Hospital, Colchester Hospital and Aldeburgh Hospital
- 261 - Basildon Hospital (up 1)
- 222 - Luton & Dunstable Hospital (up 14)
- 214 - Northampton General Hospital (up 2)
- 197 - Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow (figures adjusted down by the NHS since yesterday)
- 190 - Southend Hospital (up 8)
- 174 - Mid Essex, Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford (up 1)
- 174 - NW Anglia, Peterborough & Hinchingbrooke (up 5)
- 153 - Kettering General Hospital (up 8)
- 152 - Bedford Hospital (unchanged)
- 144 - East & North Herts including the Lister Hospital, Stevenage (up 1)
- 130 - Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King's Lynn (unchanged)
- 115 - Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge (unchanged)
- 112 - Norfolk & Norwich Hospital (up 1)
- 104 - James Paget Hospital, Gorleston (unchanged)
- 101 - Milton Keynes Hospital (unchanged)
- 61 - West Suffolk Hospital, Bury St Edmunds (unchanged)
- 20 - Fryatt Hospital, Harwich (unchanged)
- 19 - Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge (unchanged)
- 19 - Norfolk Community Health (unchanged)
- 16 - Essex Partnership NHS Trust (unchanged)
- 10 - Hertfordshire Partnership NHS Trust (unchanged)
- 8 - Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust (unchanged)
- 6 - Braintree Community Hospital (unchanged)
- 4 - Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Trust (unchanged)
- 3 - Beccles Hospital (unchanged)
- 3 - Clacton Hospital (unchanged)
- 2 - Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Trust (unchanged)
- 2 - St Peter's Hospital, Maldon (unchanged)
- 1 - Halstead Hospital (unchanged)
- 1 - Cambridgeshire & Peterborough NHS Trust (unchanged)
- 89 - Deaths in hospitals in the East of England attributed to Covid-19 without a positive test (an increase of 6 since yesterday)
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