The number of hospital deaths due to the coronavirus in the United Kingdom rose by 250, in the highest increase on Sunday since May 3

The death toll at the Coronavirus Hospital in the United Kingdom increased by 250 before Boris Johnson announced his “COVID-19 Winter Plan”.

Today’s death toll is the highest increase since Sunday, with 358 deaths recorded.

In England, the number of hospital deaths due to the new Corona virus reached 222, Scotland recorded seven deaths, Wales 11 other deaths, and Northern Ireland said that 10 people died in hospital.

Last Sunday, the death toll in hospitals rose to 168.

The previous Sunday, November 8, another 161 patients died, and the previous Sunday, November 1, there were 137 deaths.

The number of hospital deaths due to the Corona virus in the United Kingdom rose by 391 yesterday, in the highest increase on Saturday since May.

Another 316 died in hospitals in England Corona Virus, Scotland recorded 37 more deaths, the death toll in Wales increased by 28, and in Northern Ireland, unfortunately 10 more deaths were recorded.

The most recent numbers have been released

Scotland has recorded seven deaths from the Coronavirus and 844 positive tests in the past 24 hours, according to the Scottish government.

New published figures show that the death toll under this metric – of people who first tested positive for the virus in the past 28 days – has risen to 3,503.

The daily test positive rate is 5.4%, down from 5.9% the day before.

A total of 88,361 people have so far tested positive in Scotland, up from 87,517.

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Of the new cases, 309 are in Glasgow and Greater Clyde, 181 in Lanarkshire and 119 are in Lothian.

There are 1,170 people in the hospital who have been confirmed to have the virus, down 23 people in 24 hours.

Of these patients, 95 were in intensive care, a decrease of five.

Medical staff on the Covid-19 ward at Neath Port Talbot Hospital in Wales

The Ministry of Health said 10 more people with Covid-19 have died in Northern Ireland.

The death toll recorded by the department is now 933.

In addition, 342 confirmed cases of the virus were recorded during the past 24 hours, covered by this report.

A total of 49,784 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in Northern Ireland since the pandemic began.

The latest numbers are coming Boris Johnson The House of Commons is expected to make a statement announcing the “COVID-19 Winter Plan” on Monday.

An NHS worker being tested for coronavirus

Medical staff wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Mr Johnson is expected to announce that the lockdown in England will end on December 2.

Once it ends, England will be placed under a three-level system of territorial restrictions – similar to the one that was in place before the lockdown, but with stricter measures.

A spokesman said: “It will also determine how people will be able to see their loved ones at Christmas, although the ministers made it clear that this will not be a normal festive period.”

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Statistical professor Sir David Spiegelter said earlier that if the country goes through the winter with the same deaths as the bad flu season, it will be fine.

He told Radio Times on Sunday that only because of the restrictive measures, even this – with potentially tens of thousands of deaths – was possible.

Sir David, statistician and president of the Winton Center for Risk and Evidence Communication at the University of Cambridge added: “It’s going to be a bad year [2021]There will be tens of thousands of Covid deaths over the winter and there isn’t much we can do about it.

“It might sound good overall that it’s a bad flu season, especially since there’s probably very little flu.

There will be people who will say ‘Why did all this fuss arose when it was just like bad flu season? “.

“Do not listen to them, this is real misinformation, and it will only be because of the measures that have been taken.

“If we can get that out, which is something that looks like a bad flu year, we’d be doing very well.”

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