No new Covid-19 deaths recorded at Royal Stoke & County hospitals but UK death toll now at 40,597



The coronavirus death toll across the University Hospitals of North Midlands has not increased in the past 24 hours.

Latest data released by Public Health England shows there are still 315 deaths recorded at Royal Stoke University Hospital in Hartshill and Stafford’s County Hospital.

Alongside the UHNM hospitals, there has been no increase in deaths at the North Staffordshire Combined Trust – which includes the Harplands Hospital. The figure remains at six.

Eleven people have died at the Midlands Partnership Foundation Trust – which operates Haywood Hospital, Cheadle Community Hospital, Leek Moorlands Hospital and Bradwell Community Hospital among others. This figure has also not increased in the past 24 hours.

At the Mid Cheshire NHS Foundation Trust, which includes  Crewe’s  Leighton Hospital, 192 people have now died – an increase of four from yesterday’s figure.

At the East Cheshire NHS Foundation Trust – which looks after  Congleton  War Memorial Hospital and Macclesfield District General Hospital – the number of deaths remains at 119.

Nationally, the UK death toll now stands at 40,597 after a further 55 people died after testing positive with the virus as of 5pm on Sunday. This is the lowest increase in deaths since lockdown began.

The number of new UK cases on Monday – 1,205 – is also the lowest number since the start of lockdown on March 23.

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