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COVID-19 Patient At Scarborough Hospital Dies

COVID-19 Patient At Scarborough Hospital Dies

Published by Karen Liu at 3:15pm 27th March 2020. (Updated at 3:21pm 27th March 2020)

A Coronavirus patient at Scarborough Hospital has died.

It has been confirmed by York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, which runs the hospital.

A spokesperson said:

"Sadly, we can confirm that a patient being cared for at Scarborough Hospital who had tested positive for COVID-19 has died.

Our thoughts and condolences are with their family at this difficult and distressing time."

The news comes as the NHS confirms another 185 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK, taking the national total to 769.

The new figures were recorded from between 5pm on Wednesday and 5pm on Thursday.

NHS England announced there had been 168 more deaths in England, up from 521, taking its tally to 689.

The patients who died in England were aged between 29 and 98, and all but four - who were aged between 82 and 91 - had underlying health conditions.

 

 

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MrsLaurenWalker, on 27th March 2020 4:07pm
Those figures are not correct. A 21 year old girl with no underlying health conditions has died. I also know of a 28 year old man, again with no underlying health conditions has also died. There must be many more.
Whitbyman, on 27th March 2020 5:58pm
I think those figures apply to yesterday only , your right about the others though

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