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Author Topic: Berkshire covid figures as 665 cases are recorded in one day  (Read 76 times)
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« on: November 25, 2021, 05:40:26 PM »

Hundreds of people have tested positive for coronavirus in Berkshire in the last 24 hours.

Three of our areas have recorded over 100 new cases of Covid-19.

The worst affected area has been the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, where 150 fresh cases were reported yesterday (November 23).

A high number of cases have also been reported in Wokingham, where 124 people tested positive for Covid-19 on that day, and 120 cases have been recorded in West Berkshire.

Reading recorded the lowest number of positive infections yesterday at 87 cases, whereas 91 cases were recorded in Slough and 93 in Bracknell Forest.

Deaths November 6-12

Only two areas have not had any recent deaths of people who have tested positive for coronavirus recently.

Between November 6 and November 12, no Covid-19 ‘related’ deaths were reported in Slough or Bracknell Forest.

Sadly, two people died after testing positive in Reading in that period, with Wokingham, the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead and West Berkshire all seeing one person die in that week.

In total, 1,921 people have died in Berkshire after testing positive for Covid-19.

Total number of deaths after positive Covid-19 test

Slough

384

Reading

351

Windsor & Maidenhead

375

Wokingham

336

West Berkshire

272

Bracknell Forest

203

Vaccinations

The majority of people in Berkshire have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine.

The areas with the least uptake are Reading and Slough, where just under 30 per cent of the population in each town have not had the first dose of a covid vacine.



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