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Updated Graph Shows Yorkshire Coast's COVID-19 Cases

Updated Graph Shows Yorkshire Coast's COVID-19 Cases

Published by Matthew Pells at 3:16pm 8th April 2020. (Updated at 12:23pm 27th April 2020)

Here are the cumulative number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in North Yorkshire, the East Riding of Yorkshire and the City of York.

The daily cumulative case counts are those that were published each day by Public Health England. The counts are based on cases reported to PHE by diagnostic laboratories and matched to the postcode of the infected person.

People who have recovered and those who have died are included in the cumulative counts.

Here for comparison is the graph for all confirmed cases in England.

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Here are the cumulative total deaths in Hospitals for both England and the UK. These numbers don't include deaths of people with COVID-19 who died at home or in care homes.

TJOHN asked a question at the bottom of this article on April 8th, TJON asked..

"How many of the confirmed cases have actually recovered? "

The above data is from the Public Health England official dataset. In the early stages of the outbreak the data included a figure showing how many people with confirmed cases of COVID-19 had recovered, but PHE stopped providing this number on March 22nd.

In their explanatory note PHE say...

"Previous updates of the dashboard included a number of patients recovered. This figure was the number of people discharged from NHS clinical services in England following a positive test result for COVID-19 and was provided by NHS services. This statistic has proved difficult to assemble and a replacement indicator is being developed."

On March 22nd when the figure was last reported there were 135 recovered patients from a total of 4,792 confirmed cases in England.


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