COVID Data Thread

Healdplace

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NORTHERN IRELAND DATA


3 deaths - was 4 last week

2096 cases - was 1581 last week

14,876 WEEKLY CASES - WAS 14,632 YESTERDAY & 11,772 LAST WEEK

43 CARE HOME OUTBREAKS - WAS 41 YESTERDAY & 35 LAST WEEK - STARTING TO RISE SADLY AGAIN

268 patients - was 276 yesterday & 326 last week

26 Ventilated - was 23 yesterday & 27 last week

HOSPITAL NUMBERS STILL GOING DOWN DESPITE HIGH CASES - MOST LIKELY BECAUSE OF THE AGE SPLIT SHOWN IN THE POST ABOVE
 

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The 7 day average tracking map on the tracking site is getting a new level of tracking as of today. They had to add a new one with Delta too.

"From 21 December 2021, an additional category will be added to the cases map to show 7-day rates of newly reported cases that are greater than 1,600 per 100,000 people."
 

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London falls again to its lowest total since Omicron arrived. Just over 20,491.

North West and both Midlands regions up the most.

North West highest yet - up over 3000 week to week - biggest ever weekly rise here. On 8481

Every GM borough bar one up around 100 (some by even more including 200s and 300s) week to week.

But not to the highest ever number (only 2nd most at 3720) and so a lower split of North West than in recent days.

Bolton becomes the lowest Pop Score across the pandemic for the first time ever - overtaking Stockport. It has been a Stockport/Trafford battle for the whole pandemic up to now. All despite scoring 298 - up 140 on last week.

Only Oldham NOT scoring over 100 Pop Score points today (up 94). Trafford the most (up a whopping 187 points).

Manchester top scores on 859 cases (up 277 on last week)

Oldham low scores on 223 (up 74 on last week)

Stockport and Trafford both well into the 400s (436 & 444 respectively). Wigan also up the most week to week (bar Manchester) by 189 to 383
 

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ENGLAND HOSPITAL NUMBERS TODAY:



ADMISSIONS (SUNDAY) - always 48 hours behind



926 - first over 900 since 27 September. Was 772 last week & 728 week before

Biggest rise was London 245 of the 926 - was 157 last week.

North West 125 - was 103, Midands 163 - was 145 & Yorkshire 109 - was 79.



PATIENTS TODAY 6902 - UP 214 FROM 6688


LAST WEEK :- 6434 - UP 39 FROM 6395



UP WEEK TO WEEK 468 v 407 THE PREVIOUS WEEK & A FALL OF 96 WEEK BEFORE


Unsurprisingly London had the worst day: 1819 TO 1904 - UP 85 on day and UP 555 week to week from 1349)


East up 23 to 630, Midlands up 70 to 1247, NE & Yorkshire DOWN 3 to 844, South East up 29 to 857, South West DOWN 8 to 511.

North West was UP but less than several regions - 891 TO 909 up 18 (This is UP 63 week to week)


VENTILATORS:- 757 - DOWN 11 FROM 768,

LAST WEEK WAS 795 - FLAT ON DAY BEFORE.


Week to week down 38

Current totals and up/down today & on last week

East 88 (FLAT V 80) London 201 (down 5 V 194), Midlands 140 (down 2 V 165 ), NE & Yorkshire 97 (down 3 V 103), South East 93 (up 2 V 86), South West 52 (FLAT V 65)


AND NORTH WEST 86 (down 3 V 102) This is the lowest in the North West since 2 OCT
 

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LONDON DOWN from 22,750 TO 20,491. Was 12,832 last week.

SOUTH EAST UP from 13,185 TO 13,753. Was 9077 last week

EAST UP from 9006 TO 9916. Was 7589 last week.


NORTH WEST UP from 7728 TO 8481. Was 5345 last week


Others:

West Midlands UP from 4652 TO 6416. Was 4786 last week.

East Midlands UP from 5685 TO 6368. Was 4335 last week.

South West UP from 5682 TO 6302. Was 3938 last week.

Yorkshire DOWN from 5153 TO 4654. Was 2972 last week.

North East UP from 1702 TO 2322. Was 1391 last week.


GREATER MANCHESTER 3720 . Out of the 8481 North West.

GM is 43.9% of the North West today. Down from over 50% yesterday.

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