More than 140 new coronavirus cases are confirmed across Sunderland – Sunderland Echo

Public Health England’s figures for Sunday, October 25, show that the total number of infections across the city rose by 143 from 6,401 to 6,544.

The United Kingdom total increased by 19,790 and now stands at 873,800.

Government statistics also confirmed a rise in Covid-19-related fatalities in all settings of 151 to 44,896 in the UK.

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Deaths are recorded as covid-19 related where a person has died within 28 days of positive test.

Earlier figures released by NHS England showed there had been no additional coronavirus deaths recorded at hospitals run by South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust.

The number of such fatalities remains at 383.

See our interactive map below for total cases in areas across the UK

Here is a breakdown of cases by local authority area on Sunday, October 25:

Sunderland: 143 new cases (Total number of cases: 6,544).

Northumberland: 81 new cases (Total number of cases: 4,802).

South Tyneside: 37 new cases (Total number of cases: 3,336).

Hartlepool: 30 new cases (Total number of cases: 2,035).

According to data released by NHS England on Sunday, October 25, the breakdown of the number of deaths is as follows:

South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust

Total number of deaths at the trust: 383

Number of deaths announced on October 25: 0

Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Total number of deaths at the trust: 246

Number of deaths announced on October 25: 0

North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust

Total number of deaths at the trust: 161

Number of deaths announced on October 25: 0

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