HSJ’s map shows the spread of deaths confirmed as coronavirus cases to date, by trust.
The latest figures from NHS England reveal an increase of 190 in hospitalised coronavirus deaths, taking the total to 1,125.
The data was collected from 5pm on Friday to 5pm on Saturday, but some of the actual deaths occurred as long ago as 16 March.
10 trusts have now seen at least 30 people die from coronavirus. Six are in London and two in the West Midlands. The final two places are taken by Portsmouth Hospitals Trust and Frimley Health Foundation Trust on the Surrey/Hampshire border.
Sunday also saw the announcement of the death of ENT consultant Amged El-Hawrani from coronavirus. The 55 year-old worked at University Hospitals of Derby and Burton.
Trust chief executive Gavin Boyle said: ”I want to pay tribute to Mr Amged El-Hawrani, who has sadly passed away. Mr El-Hawrani, known to his colleagues as Amged, was an extremely hard working consultant and Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) trainer who was well liked at the Trust and particularly at Queen’s Hospital Burton where he worked.”
HSJ analysis of NHS England’s statements on reported coronavirus deaths
- BARTS HEALTH TRUST
- East Midlands
- East of England
- GUY'S AND ST THOMAS' NHS FOUNDATION TRUST
- Mortality rates
- NHS England (Commissioning Board)
- North East
- North West
- SANDWELL AND WEST BIRMINGHAM HOSPITALS NHS TRUST
- THE DUDLEY GROUP NHS FOUNDATION TRUST
- THE ROYAL WOLVERHAMPTON HOSPITAL NHS TRUST
- West Midlands