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    • #92
      Source: https://news.sky.com/story/coronavir...w-240-11961829


      Coronavirus: Ten more deaths take UK total to 243
      The number of fatalities grows as the government refuses to rule out more stringent action to curb the outbreak's spread.
      Sunday 22 March 2020 14:29, UK

      Ten more more people have died after after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales and Scotland - taking the UK total to 243...

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      • #93
        Coronavirus death toll in UK rises by 47 to 281
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        5683 cases
        https://www.reuters.com/article/us-h...-idUSKBN2190V7
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        • #94

          Coronavirus UK live updates as 18-year-old dies in England and Boris Johnson urges high-risk people to stay home
          The latest coronavirus news, updates and advice on the Covid-19 response here in Hull and around the UK

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          UPDATED18:24, 22 MAR 2020
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          https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/news...-cases-3920100

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            • #96
              Does anyone know how many test / day the UK can run? I seem to remember it was 1,500 and the plan was to get to 10,000 but do not know if this has been reached or exceeded. This quote is from Kiwibird's post on the previous page "A total of 56,221 people have been tested in the UK, with 53,595 negative results. " given that ratio you would need about 20,000 tests per day to find today's 967 new cases. If we have not already done so we look like we are going to run out of testing capacity shortly.

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            • #97
              Ronan thanks. Then they are getting more positives so probably all being used on highly probable case. On those figures we will need only 10,000 test per day increasing at the same rate as cases. Cases increased by about 2.5 times in the five days between the two reports.

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              • #98
                Source: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/03/24/uk-a...-outbreak.html

                UK coronavirus death toll rises to 422 in largest daily rise since outbreak began
                Today’s rise in coronavirus deaths is the highest day-on-day increase in cases since the outbreak began.
                By Candice Farrow
                Tuesday, 24th March 2020, 5:18 pm

                ...Britain’s health department on Tuesday reported a further 87 deaths of patients who tested positive for COVID-19. It brings the country’s total death toll to 422, while the number of confirmed cases has risen to 8,077...

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                  • Source: http://www.ecns.cn/news/2020-03-26/d...z9242292.shtml

                    UK's confirmed COVID-19 cases exceed 9,500

                    2020-03-26 08:50:53Xinhua Editor : Gu Liping

                    A total of 9,529 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the UK as of Wednesday morning, an increase of 1,452 over Tuesday's official figure, according to UK's Department of Health and Social Care.

                    The figure showed that 463 patients who tested positive for the coronavirus have died.

                    Britain is ramping up the rate of tests for COVID-19, said Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for England Professor Chris Whitty...

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                      • Coronavirus Death Toll Rises to 759 in United Kingdom, up 31% in One Day
                        March 27, 2020, at 10:24 a.m.

                        Reuters


                        LONDON (REUTERS) - Britain said 759 people had died after testing positive for coronavirus by 1700 GMT on Thursday, with 14,579 testing positive.

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                        • Department of Health and Social Care

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                          UPDATE on coronavirus (#COVID19) testing in the UK: As of 9am 27 March, a total of 113,777 have been tested: 99,198 negative. 14,579 positive. As of 5pm on 26 March, of those hospitalised in the UK, 759 have sadly died.

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                          • Who's next? Triple blow for the Government as the Prime Minister, Health Secretary AND Chief Medical Officer are all hit by coronavirus…. as the NHS braces itself for an onslaught in the coming days
                            • Boris Johnson revealed he tested positive for the disease after getting symptoms
                            • Shortly afterwards, Health Secretary Matt Hancock confirmed he had the illness
                            • Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty revealed he was self-isolating after getting it
                            • It came as NHS braced itself for an onslaught from the bug in the coming days
                            The coronavirus dealt a triple blow to the heart of government yesterday.

                            Boris Johnson revealed he had tested positive for the disease after developing a temperature and persistent cough.

                            Shortly afterwards, Health Secretary Matt Hancock confirmed that he too had been diagnosed with the virus and was working from home.

                            Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty, who advised the PM to take a test after examining him on Thursday afternoon, then revealed he was self-isolating after developing symptoms.
                            The triple blow came as the NHS braced itself for an onslaught from the virus in the coming days.

                            The official UK death toll jumped to 759, with 181 deaths in a single day – the highest since the crisis began.

                            NHS chief Sir Simon Stevens revealed that more than 6,200 people with the virus were being treated in hospitals in England.


                            Mr Johnson said he has only 'mild symptoms' and was self-isolating in Downing Street for the next week, cut off from face-to-face contact with officials and ministers...https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ronavirus.html
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                            • Source: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-52077997

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                              The number of people to have died with the coronavirus in the UK has reached 1,019.

                              The latest government figures on Saturday showed there were another 260 deaths in the UK in a day, up from 759 on Friday.

                              There are now 17,089 confirmed cases in the UK...

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