1,000 Covid patients now discharged from N&N
- Credit: Nick Butcher
The number of Covid patients that have been discharged from Norfolk's largest hospital has passed 1,000.
The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital has sent home a further 100 people home since last Friday.
It means since the start of the pandemic, more than 1,000 people have recovered from Covid-19 and well enough to return home.
Last week the hospital discharged more than 200 people in one week.
The hospital tweeted: "Since the start of the pandemic, our incredible teams at the hospital have now helped over 1,000 people recover from Covid-19 and be well enough to return home.
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"Thank you to everybody at home for staying at home and our hardworking staff for their commitment."
There are more than 300 patients being treated at the NNUH for coronavirus. A total of 324 patients have died at the Norfolk and Norwich following a positive Covid-19 result since the outbreak began.
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