Saturday , July 24 2021

44 coronavirus deaths have been announced across Birmingham and the Midlands



NHS England has recorded over 170 Covid-19 deaths on Monday – with 44 occurring across Birmingham and the Midlands hospitals.

There has been one death at the Royal Chesterfield Hospitals NHS Trust.

One death occurred at Kettering General Hospital NHS Trust.

There have been three deaths at Nottingham University NHS Foundation Trust.

There have been 11 deaths across Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.

There have been three deaths at Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Foundation Trust, and the Dudley Group NHS Trust.

Another died at Royal Wolverhampton NHS Foundation Trust.

There have been four deaths in Lincolnshire United NHS Foundation Trust.

There have been two deaths at Birmingham University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.



Queen Elizabeth Hospital, in Edgbaston.

There have been two deaths at Universirty Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust.

There have been five deaths at Derby University Hospitals and Burton NHS Foundation Trust.

There have been five deaths across Leicester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

There have been three deaths in the North Midlands University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

A further 280 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in Northern Ireland, the Department of Health said.

A total of 2,955 tested positive.

Three other people have died.

There were no further deaths in Scotland but a further nine deaths were recorded across Wales.

There have been a further 892 cases of coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total confirmed case to 73,233.

Public Health Wales reported nine more deaths, taking the total in Wales since the start of the pandemic to 2,385.




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