Thursday , January 28 2021

The number of patients with mumps in local hospitals is rising again before the announcement of the closure of Boris Johnson

There are 185 patients with the virus who are being treated in local hospitals.

An update from Northern Lincolnshire and the Goole NHS Foundation Trust confirmed that their hospitals are under intense pressure as more and more people need treatment for Covid-19.

They confirmed that there are currently 90 patients at Diana, the Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby, 90 patients at Scunthorpe General Hospital and 5 patients at Goole & District Hospital.

The Trust also stated that 11 people are currently in the ICU at Grimsby and Scunthorpe Hospitals. There are 6 at Diana, the Princess of Wales Hospital and 5 at Scunthorpe General Hospital.

The ICU capacity in Grimsby is 7, and in Scunthorpe it is 8.

There are 185 patients in local hospitals being treated for Covid-19

There are many more treatments available to help with coronavirus symptoms outside the ICU, including medication and access to oxygen therapy.

This news comes before the update of Boris Johnson coronavirus, which will determine the plan for England when it comes out of the national lock on December 2

A stricter three-tier system is expected to be implemented, which will see shops and gyms reopen on all three levels, but pubs and restaurants will remain closed to any Category 3 area.

It is highly unlikely that North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire and East Lindsey will be placed in Category 3 as cases continue to rise in the area.

According to current NHS and government data, North East Lincolnshire is currently the sixth worst country in the country, with 414 cases per 100,000 population. North Lincolnshire is currently eleventh with 382 cases per 100,000 population.

However, East Lindsey has seen an increase in cases this month, and is currently the third worst low-level local authority in England, with a case rate of 557 cases per 100,000 population.

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