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Author Topic: Berkshire coronavirus breakdown as death toll rises again  (Read 42 times)
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« on: November 22, 2020, 03:45:40 PM »

There have been two further deaths related to coronavirus recorded across Berkshire in the past 24 hours, according to NHS England data released today (November 21).

In the same time period, 237 new cases have also been recorded.

Nationwide, the death toll now stands at 54,626 and 1,493,383 people have tested positive for Covid-19.

This represents an increase of 341 and 19,875 respectively.

Two fatalities have been recorded at Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust.

A further 73 cases were recorded in Slough, bringing the total to 3,238.

There have also been rises of 51 in Windsor and Maidenhead, and 40 in Reading.

This is how the latest breakdown of cases for each area of Berkshire:

Bracknell Forest   : 1,310 cases   (increase of 19)
Reading   : 2,405 cases   (increase of 40)
Slough   : 3,238 cases   ( increase of 73)
West Berkshire   : 1,546 cases   (increase of 21)
Windsor  and Maidenhead: 2,165 cases   (increase of 51)
Wokingham   : 1,875 cases  (increase of 33)
This is the latest data on the total number of deaths at NHS trusts in and around Berkshire:

Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust: 427 (   increase of two)
Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust: 247 (no change)
Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust: 21 (no change)

Rebuilding the economy after coronavirus will require the same “collective endeavour” as defeating the virus, the Chancellor has said today (November 21).

Rishi Sunak insisted that this same “spirit” would be needed when the health threat of Covid-19 is passed.

He told the Scottish Conservative conference that “tough” sacrifices would be necessary for some time to come.

But he also stressed that in the midst of the global pandemic, the Scottish people should “know that they have the strength and security of the whole of the United Kingdom behind them”.

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