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London coronavirus: The London hospitals where 158 more people have died from Covid-19

As London enters its fourth week of lockdown, figures show hundreds of Londoners are still dying of ..

By admin , in London , at April 13, 2020

As London enters its fourth week of lockdown, figures show hundreds of Londoners are still dying of coronavirus.

The latest update released by NHS England on Monday (April 13) shows a further 158 patients being treated for Covid-19 in the capital have died, meaning the death toll in London stands at 2,865.

In England, a further 667 deaths were reported in the most up to date statistics, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths in English hospitals to 10,261.

NHS England said in a statement: “A further 667 people, who tested positive for the Coronavirus (Covid-19) have died, bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths in hospitals in England to 10,261.

“Patients were aged between 17 and 101 years old. 40 of the 667 patients (aged between 37 and 98 years old) had no known underlying health condition.

“Their families have been informed.”

In the UK, a total of 11,329 patients have died in hospital after testing positive for coronavirus.

Government ministers have said a review of lockdown measures will take place later in the week, and want to be sure the UK is past the peak of the outbreak before easing the restrictions.

Here are the London hospital trusts affected by Monday’s announcement

Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust – 2 deaths (occurring on April 9)

This trust runs King George Hospital and Queen’s Hospital.

Barts Health NHS Trust – 6 deaths (occurring between April 9 and April 12)

This trust runs The Royal London, St Bartholomews, Whipps Cross and Newham hospitals.

Central and North West London Foundation Trust – 2 deaths (occurring between April 10 and 12)

Trust headquarters are based 350 Euston Road, Regent’s Place.

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust – 5 deaths (occurring between April 7 and April 12)

This trust runs Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and West Middlesex University Hospital.

Croydon Health Services NHS Trust – 7 deaths (occurring between April 11 and April 12)

The trust runs Croydon University Hospital and Purley War Memorial Hospital.

East London NHS Foundation Trust – 1 death (occurring on April 5)

The trust runs City and Hackney Centre for mental health, East Ham Care Centre, Newham Centre for Mental Health and the Tower Hamlets Centre for Mental Health.

Epsom and St Helier Univesity Hospitals NHS Trust –1 death (occurring on April 11)

The trust runs St Helier and Epsom Hospital.

Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust – 15 deaths (occurring between March 28 and April 11)

The trust runs Guy’s Hospital and St Thomas’ Hospital.

Homerton University Hospital Foundation Trust – 5 deaths (occurring between April 8 and April 12)

This trust runs Homerton University Hospital.

Imperial College Healthcare Trust – 7 deaths (occurring between April 9 and April 12)

This trust runs Charing Cross, Hammersmith, Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea, St Mary’s and Western Eye hospitals.

King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust– 17 deaths (occurring between April 10 and April 12)

This trust runs King’s College Hospital.

Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Hospital – 5 deaths (occurring between April 11 and April 12)

This trust runs Kingston Hospital.

Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust – 12 deaths (occurring between April 8 and April 12)

This trust runs Lewisham Hospital and Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Greenwich.

London North West University Healthcare Trust – 8 deaths (occurring between April 11 and April 12)

This trust runs Northwick Park Hospital, Central Middlesex Hospital and Ealing Hospital.

North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust – 12 deaths (occurring between April 10 and April 11)

This trust runs North Middlesex University Hospital in Edmonton, Enfield.

Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust – 3 deaths (occurring between April 9 and April 11)

This trust runs Harefield Hospital and Royal Brompton Hospital.

Royal Free London NHS Trust – 18 deaths (occurring between April 1 and April 12)

This trust runs Barnet Hospital, Chase Farm Hospital and the Royal Free Hospital.

St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust– 4 deaths (occurring between April 10 and April 11)

This trust runs St Georges University Hospital.

The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust – 7 deaths (occurring between April 11 and April 12)

This trust runs Hillingdon Hospital and Mount Vernon Hospital.

University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust- 18 deaths (occurring between March 26 and April 11)

This trust runs University College Hospital.

Whittington Health NHS Trust – 3 deaths (occurring between April 11 and April 12)

The trust runs Whittington Hospital.

READ MORE FROM SOURCE: https://www.mylondon.news/news/health/london-coronavirus-london-hospitals-158-18084684

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