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Covid-19: Covid-19 numbers drop in Harlow (and hospital numbers remain low)

Covid-19 / Thu 25th Nov 2021 at 06:36pm

WE are giving you updates on the Covid-19 situation in Harlow as the needs arise.

We are doing this because we want to give Harlow residents an accurate picture of where we are re Covid-19.

It is by no mean perfect but it gives you, we believe, a fair picture of the situation.

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.

https://www.yourharlow.com/category/health-and-well-being/covid-19/

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Princess Alexandra Hospital

There has been one further death registered at PAH in Harlow.

The eight deaths in November were registered on Nov 11th, 12th, 13th, 15th, 16th, 18th and 21st

The number of deaths is 598.

For the record, Covid-19 is the underlying cause of death in around 92% of deaths where it was mentioned in the death certificate.

There are a reported 21-patients in the hospital.

This figure may well be the key one for the local authorities. It hasn’t gone above 20 for months but doesn’t mean that those who have contracted coronavirus may not have serious health conditions, both short and long term.

However, the fact that it has remained at that level may mean we will not return to lockdowns etc.

There were 16 deaths in October.

There were 10 deaths in September.

There were 11 deaths in August.

There were 12 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.

There were 29 deaths in Nov 2020

That compares with 170 deaths in January.

Back on January 4th, there was 204 Covid in patients in over ten wards.

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Local Harlow Covid Information

The number of cases is 512 over the seven days stretching from November 14th to November 20th.

August

465, 449, 428, 383, 349, 354, 331, 300, 296, 270, 250, 236, 220, 255, 266, 257, 262, 264, 255, 251, 291, 296, 305, 311, 299, 344, 328, 305, 289, 282, 249. 

September

262, 245, 246, 238, 218, 225, 242, 240, 229, 247, 263, 268, 296, 287, 276, 278, 256, 237, 227, 214, 199, 189, 184, 183, 182, 185, 178, 165. 

October

178, 180, 201,204,215,209, 228, 246, 260, 234, 236, 233,249, 275, 291, 342, 344, 344, 349, 359, 396, 414, 475, 515, 550, 555, 544, 491.

November

476, 452, 455, 472, 461, 450, 432, 412, 397, 360, 330, 321, 310, 314, 322, 354, 364, 377, 392, 419, 440, 474 and 511, 515, 512

Harlow had been fluctuating between 4 and 20 from April 5th to the middle of June but its path since September can be documented above.

Figures from other areas suggest a high number of cases amongst children.

For quite a while, the hospitalisation figure was low and it has remained at between ten and twenty. It may be significant that it has suddenly crept over 20.

We may also have to consider the number of people attending Accident and Emergency which appears to be averaging at 330 people a day.

This all compares with the dark day of January 9th, when Harlow had 1327 cases and sat third out of 315 local authorities.

However, you get the feeling we are far from out of the woods.

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Vaccinations

First Vaccinations:

Under 18: 2,936

18-24: 4,659

25-29: 4,213

30-34: 5,352

35-39: 5,667

40-44: 5,556

45-49: 4,997

50-54: 5,480

55-59: 5,538

60-64: 4,748

65-69: 3,948

70-74: 3,277

75-79: 2,421

80+: 3,544

Total: 62,336

Second Vaccination:

Under-18: 192

18-24: 3,992

25-29: 3,689

30-34: 4,832

35-39: 5,220

40-44: 5,216

45-49: 4,788

50-54: 5,308

55-59: 5,420

60-64: 4,635

65-69: 3,891

70-74: 3,256

75-79: 2,404

80+: 3,508

Overall Total: 118,687

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