COVID-19: Third day in a row without deaths at Salisbury District Hospital

COVID-19: Third day in a row without deaths at Salisbury District Hospital

Published by Mike Draper at 2:55pm 30th April 2020. (Updated at 4:17pm 30th April 2020)

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Infected patients are still being cared for at the hospital, but the number of people dying after having tested positive for the virus has NOT increased.

The Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust have confirmed that there have been no deaths from Coronavirus for three consecutive days at Salisbury District Hospital. 

A spokesperson said: 

"We still have patients who're positive for Covid-19 being cared for on the hospital's wards, but as of 8.15am this morning (Thurs 30 April), when our latest figures were gathered, we are pleased to report there have been no more fatalities."

ENGLAND FIGURES

NHS England have announced that there have been a further 391 deaths in England's hospitals.

This brings the total number of patients that have died to 20,137.

Patients were aged between 15 and 101 years old. 15 of the 391 patients (aged between 49 and 97 years old) had no known underlying health condition. 

The total UK figure is expected to follow later.

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