As of Friday 10 April, figures show 183 people have died in hospitals in Cumbria, north Lancashire and the south of Scotland after contracting coronavirus since the outbreak began.

  • Cumbria and north Lancashire

12 more people with coronavirus died in hospitals run by the North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust since yesterday. This includes the West Cumberland Hospital and the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle.

146

deaths in Cumbria and north Lancashire.

  • Scottish Borders

There are currently 45 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 being treated across NHS Borders hospitals, with a further 19 suspected and awaiting test results.

Of these, six patients are being treated in ITU.

20 people have now died since the outbreak started.

The trust are are pleased to advise that 22 patients have recovered and been discharged from their hospitals.

20

deaths in the Scottish Borders

  • Dumfries and Galloway

As of Friday 10 April, the trust has recorded that 17 deaths in the region in which coronavirus was either the primary cause of death or a factor potentially contributing to death.

There are currently 49 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 being treated across NHS Borders hospitals

Of these, eight patients are being treated in ITU.

An update on the number of deaths in Dumfries and Galloway resulting from COVID-19 will be made to the coronavirus section of the website on a weekly basis.

17

deaths in Dumfries and Galloway.

The number of deaths released by the NHS does not include those who die outside of hospitals.

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