The Daily Covid-19 Report: Cases in Harlow drops to 28
Covid-19 / Fri 2nd Apr 2021 at 06:14pm
THIS is our daily Covid report for Harlow. This includes the figures for Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH). The table of 315 local authorities in England and the breakdown of cases for eleven areas of Harlow.
Finally, we also have the weekly number of people vaccinated in Harlow.
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Princess Alexandra Hospital
There has been no further deaths registered at PAH in Harlow.
The number of deaths remains at 535.
There were 9 deaths in March.
There were 38 deaths in February.
That compares with 170 deaths in January.
There are now so few Covid in patients that PAH no longer
There are 235 outstanding test results.
Back on January 4th, there was 204 Covid in patients.
Local Authority Table
The number of cases has decreased by one to 28.
This means there are 32.2 cases per 100,000. This is a decrease of 41.6% from seven days ago.
Having sat in the 40s for two weeks, Harlow has started April in the twenties.
That is the lowest rate since late September, 2020
This figure relates to March 28th and reported on April 2nd.
Harlow is 198th out of 315 local authorities.
It is the fourth highest in Essex. The lowest is Brentwood at 307th
The Harlow Breakdown
THE INFECTION rate has gone down in three out of eleven areas of Harlow.
It stayed the same in six..
The highest area is Staple Tye with 6.
Areas bordering Harlow
Much Hadham and Hunsdon: 0
Hatfield Heath, Hallingburys and Rodings: 0
North Weald, Matching and Sheering: 0
Roydon, Lower Nazeing and Epping Green: 4
The areas are geographic clusters of 7,500 people. More associated with relationship with surgeries.
Reference: Twitter @RP131
Number of people vaccinated with at least one dose
Week Ending: April 1st
The statistics are as follows:
Under 50: 10,228
Aged 50-54: 4,838
Aged 55-59: 5,123
Aged 60-64: 4,450
Aged 65-69: 3,724
Aged 70-74: 3,272
Aged 80+ 3,615
A total of 5,336 in the past week. That is an average of 762 a day.