Covid-19: Over 300 cases in Harlow (but hospitals numbers still low)
Covid-19 / Mon 12th Jul 2021 at 05:02pm
WITH a release from lockdown day now set at July 19th, we have decided to bring back our daily Covid-19 report.
We are doing this because we want to give Harlow residents an accurate picture of where we are re Covid-19.
The report covers UK figures; Princess Alexandra Hospital figures; the Local Authority table which gives Harlow’s position out of 315 local authorities, as well as rate per thousand and the number of cases.
We have a dedicated Covid-19 channel which has over 1200 stories.
There has been one further deaths registered at PAH in Harlow.
The number of deaths is now at 542.
There are a reported six-patients in the hospital.
There has been three deaths in July
There were no deaths in June.
There were two deaths in May.
There were two deaths in April.
There were nine deaths in March.
There were 38 deaths in February.
That compares with 170 deaths in January.
Back on January 4th, there was 204 Covid in patients in over ten wards.
Local Authority Table
The number of cases is at 305 over the seven days stretching from July 1st to July 7th.
Harlow had been fluctuating between 4 and 20 from April 5th to the middle of June but the numbers are starting to rise again and rise sharply but many will stress the hospitalisation figure, which remains low.
Harlow is now 135th of 315 local authorities.
This compares with the dark day of January 9th, when Harlow had 1327 cases and sat third out of 315 local authorities.
These figures are from new positives between July 1st and July 7th.
Harlow is now at 305.
Every area in Harlow is now registering cases.
Harlow has been divided into eleven areas of rough similar populations.
As you can see there are now 42 cases in Old Harlow and Newhall alone.
Under 25: 3,810
Under 25: 1,110
PAH -Be proud! You have all worked tirelessly for days, weeks, months and now we can see the results. Fewer admitted with Covid Less deaths, proportionally More vaccinations to protect us Safety first.