No further Covid-19 deaths recorded in Derbyshire since Saturday – with confirmed cases at 696
Latest figures show no further deaths linked to Covid-19 have been recorded in Derbyshire since Saturday.
By Ben McVay
Monday, 13th April 2020, 3:06 pm
Updated Monday, 13th April 2020, 3:07 pm
Chesterfield Royal Hospitals Trust and Derbyshire Community Health Services had each recorded a death the previous day on April 11.
The number of deaths recorded across the midlands yesterday stands at 19 – while 2,180 have so far died across the region.
According to figures released by Public Health England there are currently 696 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Derbyshire.
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Chesterfield Royal Hospital recorded no further Covid-19 related deaths on Easter Sunday
In the UK 737 deaths were recorded yesterday with 5,288 cases of the virus confirmed.
Across the United Kingdom there are 84,279 cases – with 10,612 people having died so far.
The latest figures for the number of deaths from NHS England do not include deaths outside hospital - such as those in care homes.
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