Eight more people have died after contracting coronavirus in Greater Manchester.
No brand new COVID-19 deaths were listed by the area’s hospitals on Monday.
However, the area’s death toll has now risen back to two,088.
Three brand new Covid deaths were listed by Bolton NHS Foundation Trust whereas Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust also listed three.
Another patient expired at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and Stockport NHS Foundation Trust recorded yet another departure.
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The total quantity of coronavirus deaths in hospital admissions in Greater Manchester, as of Tuesday, July 7 is:
- Bolton NHS Foundation Trust – 222
- Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust – 9
- Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust – 427
- NHS Nightingale Hospital North West – 6 )
- Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust – 545
- Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust – 6 )
- Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust – 178
- Stockport NHS Foundation Trust – 214
- Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust – 207
- The Christie NHS Foundation Trust – 13
- Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust – 253
The NHS publishes 24 hour mortality information for each and every hospital trust at England, calculating every coronavirus departure in their own facility.
The everyday amounts don’t include individuals who perished in care homes or other community settings.
The NHS daily amounts count deaths in which the individual had tested positive for the virus or even at which COVID-19 was cited in their death certificate.
These frequently include formerly deaths which took place a few days – or even weeks ago.
This is due to the time it requires for deaths to be validated as testing positive for COVID-19, for post-mortem tests to be processed and also for information in the evaluations to be confirmed.
Nationally, 36 individuals, who tested positive for COVID-19 have died, bringing the entire number of verified reported deaths in hospitals England to 28,940.
Patients were aged between 53 and 98 years older, NHS England said.