Norfolk hospitals report no new coronavirus deaths
- Credit: Archant
Norfolk’s hospitals have reported no new coronavirus fatalities, as across the country 75 new deaths have been confirmed.
The latest announcement means the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH), James Paget University Hospital (JPUH), in Gorleston, and Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), in King’s Lynn, have reported no new deaths four days this week.
Since Monday, four deaths have been reported in the county, two at both the JPUH and QEH.
More: ‘Stay cautious’ - Health boss plea to not meet indoors ahead of rainy weekendThe NNUH last reported death was a week ago on May 28.
To date 381 coronavirus-related deaths have been reported in Norfolk’s three main hospitals, of which 122 have been at NNUH, 145 at QEH, and 114 at JPUH.
There were also no new reported deaths in East Suffolk and North Essex where 336 people have died since the start of the pandemic or at the West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds, which has confirmed 76 fatalities.
You may also want to watch:
The number of confirmed reported deaths in hospitals in England now stands at 27,359.
- 1 ITV Anglia News presenter Jonathan Wills leaving after 13 years
- 2 Contact tracers report pair to police for ignoring self-isolation
- 3 9 of the best farm shops in Norfolk
- 4 Bird's eye view of new £26m seaside leisure centre taking shape
- 5 Which Norfolk Wetherspoons pubs are reopening from April 12?
- 6 New owners of hairdressers plan to buy out 10 salons in six months
- 7 Anger at new plans for landmark Victorian hotel
- 8 Family fined £300 for dumping mountain of cardboard in car park
- 9 'The real Wells people are here' - crowds stay away from coast
- 10 Luxury 12-bedroom holiday home with pool for sale for £1.5m