Coronavirus claims six more lives across Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire



Another six people have died within 28 days of receiving a positive coronavirus test across Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire.

Latest figures from Public Health England show there have been two more people living in Stoke-on-Trent who have died after receiving a positive covid-19 test.

This means a total of 676 people have now died across the city.

In the wider Staffordshire County Council area another four people have lost their coronavirus battle.

This brings the total number of coronavirus-related deaths across the county to 2,242.

Across the county line in Cheshire East there have been another two covid-related deaths bringing the number to 773.

Separate data now shows there have been 1,327 coronavirus deaths at the University Hospitals of North Midlands (UHNM) since the start of the pandemic in March.

The data does not reveal if patients died at Royal Stoke University Hospital or Stafford’s County Hospital.

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Across the United Kingdom another 323 people have died having contracted coronavirus bringing the total number of deaths to 122,070.

Here’s the latest Coronavirus deaths for February 25:

  • Stoke-on-Trent: 676 (up two from yesterday)
  • Newcastle borough: 337 (no change from yesterday)
  • Staffordshire Moorlands : 265 (no change from yesterday)
  • Stafford borough: 321 (no change from yesterday)
  • Staffordshire county (all boroughs/districts – excluding Stoke-on-Trent): 2,242 (up four from yesterday)
  • Cheshire East: 773 (up two from yesterday)

Deaths with Covid-19 at local hospital trusts as of February 25:

  • University Hospitals Of North Midlands NHS Trust: 1,327
  • North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust: 13
  • Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust: 53
  • Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: 467
  • East Cheshire NHS Trust: 313





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