Covid-19 UK: Admissions spike in FOUR FIFTHS of hospitals across England

Covid-19 UK: Admissions spike in FOUR FIFTHS of hospitals across England

How third Covid wave is piling pressure on the NHS: Admissions spike in FOUR FIFTHS of hospitals across England - as number of infected patients needing medical treatment hits highest level since March - EXCLUSIVE: Four fifths of hospitals in England were treating more than 10 coronavirus patients on July 2020 - Number of Covid patients staying in hospital beds increased 35.7 per cent in a week to 3,068 on that date - North East Anglia NHS Foundation Trust saw its Covid patients increase from six to 23 — a jump of 283% Covid admissions are spiking in four fifths of hospitals across England and have reached their highest level in four months, official data has shown as the third wave starts to pile pressure on the NHS. MailOnline's analysis of latest official figures show the number of coronavirus patients staying overnight in hospital beds increased 36 per cent to 3,068 in the week ending July 20. This was the highest number since March 1 when 704 Covid patients were in hospital. In the worst affected trusts, the number of …
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