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THAT STOOGE & BITCH PUBLIC HEALTH ENGLAND PROF DOYLE HAS BEEN DELIBERATELY COVERING UP DEATHS IN THE UK – NOW WE HEAR – “OUTSIDE HOSPITAL DEATHS” BUT NOT…….

(PUBLIC HEALTH ENGLAND ONLY INCLUDES HOSPITALS TO GOVERNMENT STOOGES ?) 

 

 

BUT NOT 
CHILDRENS HOMES
APPROVED SCHOOLS
MENTAL HOSPITALS

OR

HM PRISONS AND

3 HIGH SECURITY HOSPITALS 

WE ALSO DO NOT KNOW HOW MANY VIRUS DEATHS HAVE NOT BEEN DISCOVERED IN HOUSES OF THOSE LIVING ALONE

WE HAVE NOT BEEN TOLD ABOUT THE REGISTER OF REGISTRAR OF DEATHS YET 

“Coronavirus: Sharp rise in COVID-19 deaths in UK as care homes included in total for first time”

It is the first time the government figures have included deaths in care homes and in the community as well as those in hospitals.

 

 

New deaths ‘does not represent sudden surge’

 

The number of coronavirus deaths in the UK has risen sharply to more than 26,000, as those in care homes and in the community were included in the government’s figures for the first time.

The total is up from 21,678 coronavirus deaths in UK hospitals announced on Tuesday but Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab insisted there had not been a “sudden surge”.

 

He said the daily death toll had risen by 765 compared to the figures released on Tuesday.

The latest deaths included a 14-year-old in England who had no known underlying health condition.

Public Health England (PHE), which announced the UK figures, said the total number of deaths was around 17% higher than previous data showed.Advertisement

The new method of reporting deaths includes an additional 3,811 fatalities since the start of the coronavirus outbreak, about 70% of which were “outside hospital settings”, PHE said.

The UK’s total of 26,097 coronavirus deaths was recorded between 2 March and 28 April.

 

PHE medical director Dr Yvonne Doyle said she could not yet say whether deaths in care homes were falling.

She told the daily Downing Street briefing: “We should know that soon because the hospital curve has declined.”

Prof Doyle said the figure for deaths in care homes may be revised up further.

Image:PHE’s medical director said she could not yet say whether deaths in care homes were falling

She added: “In due course those deaths sadly may occur on death certificates, so we may expect more than we are seeing at the moment.”

Nearly a third of all care homes in England have reported suspected or confirmed COVID-19 outbreaks.

Some 4,516 homes have reported outbreaks since 17 March 17 up until Monday this week – around 29% of the total care homes.

In every region in England more than a fifth of care homes had reported outbreaks.

 

 

Care worker: ‘We lose someone every shift’

Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Tuesday he wanted to “bring as much transparency as possible” to the coronavirus death figures by including those in care homes and the community.

A government graph comparing the nation’s death rate to countries across the world indicated that, once community and care home deaths were factored in, the UK could end up with the highest casualty rate in Europe.

Mr Raab – standing in for Boris Johnson following the birth of the prime minister’s son – said there was a “joint horror” across the House of Commons at the number of people killed in the outbreak.

 

Chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance had suggested in March that keeping the UK’s death total below 20,000 would be a good outcome.

At Prime Minister’s Questions, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer said: “We’re clearly way above that number and we’re only part way through this crisis and we’re possibly on track to have one of the worst death rates in Europe.”

He took issue with Mr Johnson’s comments about the “apparent success” of the UK’s strategy, adding: “Far from success these latest figures are truly dreadful.”

Earlier on Wednesday, it was announced that 19,740 hospital patients with coronavirus had died in England after another 445 deaths.

Coronavirus UK tracker: How many cases are in your area – updated daily

Coronavirus UK tracker: How many cases are in your area – updated daily

In Scotland, 1,415 coronavirus hospital patients have died – an increase of 83 on the previous day.

And COVID-19 deaths in Welsh hospitals rose by 73 to 886.

The number of confirmed coronavirus deaths in Northern Ireland increased to 338 after nine further deaths.

Scotland’s figure is lower than the 2,272 deaths announced by the National Records of Scotland (NRS), which include suspected and probable COVID-19 infections.

Of the deaths announced by NRS, 39% took place in care homes, with 52% in hospitals and 9% in homes or non-institutional settings.

The coronavirus deaths in hospitals in England included:

  • 129 in London
  • 96 in the Midlands
  • 72 in the North East and Yorkshire
  • 59 in the North West
  • 57 in the South East
  • 55 in the East of England
  • 16 in the South West

It was revealed on Tuesday there were 4,343 coronavirus-related deaths reported by care home providers in England over a two-week period up to 24 April.

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