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It is crucial to remember that about 1 in 3 people may never experience any symptoms so could pass this virus on unwittingly. In … We are still seeing thousands of people having to go to hospital each day. The data bring into focus the huge pressure the health service is under. Positivity rates through Pillar 1 (NHS and PHE testing) and through Pillar 2 (community testing) have both decreased. Provisional data suggests uptake rates are: We have had an incredible start to the flu vaccination programme, with record uptake in over 65s and 2 to 3 year olds. To help us improve GOV.UK, we’d like to know more about your visit today. Hospitals face a “bleak” outlook as admissions for Covid-19 continue to surge, experts warned last night. For the newly added items relating to Adult G&A beds the data is from 17th November. The highest hospital admission rates continue to be those aged 85. Limiting contact with others will help to stop the spread of the virus and protect the people we love. The hospital admission rate for COVID-19 was 27.6 per 100,000 in week 53, compared to 21.51 per 100,000 in the previous week. We use this information to improve our site. In doing so, we protect ourselves, our families and the most vulnerable. 0 Comentaris. The highest rate of infections from the last week continues to be seen in the younger generations. Hospital admissions and deaths continue to climb right across the country, and there are signs in the data that increasing numbers of older people are now getting seriously ill. We have had an incredible start to the flu vaccination programme, with record uptake in over 65s and 2 to 3 year olds. By continuing to reduce your contacts you can help to slow the spread of COVID-19. Provisional data suggests uptake rates are: Surveillance indicators suggest that COVID-19 activity at a national level has increased during week 50 between 7 and 13 December 2020. The biggest increase was seen in those aged 80+ with a rate of 217.1 per 100,000 population in week 45, compared to 192.4 in the previous week. With over 30 million doses available this season, more people than ever are being offered a free flu vaccine. The comments come as NHS England released data showing that the youngest person with no known underlying conditions whose death from Covid-19 was reported in the last 24 hours was aged 26. A number of data collections have been implemented to support incident management. We use this information to make the website work as well as possible and improve government services. The highest case rates were seen in those aged 20 to 29, with a rate of 358.9 per 100,000 population. Case rates have decreased in all locations except for the North West, South West and West Midlands. It has been collected on a daily basis with a tight turn round time. This file contains Covid data on measures of hospital admissions and the number of beds occupied by Covid patients and the number of MV beds (beds capable of supporting mechanical ventilation) occupied by Covid patients. Check how the new Brexit rules affect you. Flu vaccine uptake is higher in all groups except pregnant women compared to this time last year. Case rates per 100,000 have continued to fall across the West Midlands, North East, and Yorkshire and the Humber. Hospital admission rates have fallen in all regions except the South East, which had a slight increase. And while there are fewer cases among older people, they are far more likely to get seriously ill. That means we are also seeing a worrying increase in people aged over 75 being admitted to hospital. London continues to have the highest with a rate of 58.19. January 2021 COVID Publication (XLSX, 12.8MB), This file contains Covid data on measures of:-. About 1 in 3 people who have coronavirus have no symptoms and will be spreading it without realising it. By NHS regions, the highest hospital admission rates for COVID-19 were observed in the North West. Surveillance indicators suggest that COVID-19 activity at a national level has increased during week 51 between 14 and 20 December 2020. The number of acute respiratory infection incidents in England was 922 in week 51, compared to 860 in the previous week. It will take only 2 minutes to fill in. We now have a vaccine and hope is on the way, but we must not drop our guard. Whatever your plans over the next few weeks, remember to keep your distance, wear a face covering in enclosed spaces, and wash your hands regularly. Case and hospital admission rates have increased across most of the country and the number of new daily infections are rising. Wash your hands regularly, use a face covering and keep your distance. The hospital admission rate for COVID-19 was 37.20 per 100,000 in week 1, compared to 29.50 per 100,000 in the previous week. The hospital admission rate for COVID-19 was 37.20 per 100,000 in week 1, compared to 29.50 per 100,000 in the previous week. Positivity rates through Pillar 1 (NHS and PHE testing) have stayed at the same level and through Pillar 2 (community testing) have slightly decreased. The highest case rates were seen in those aged 40 to 49, with a rate of 242.62 per 100,000 population. London has also seen the highest increase in case rates per 100,000 population with 602.2 in week 51 compared to 361.8 in the previous week. Case rates per 100,000 continue to be the highest in London, with a rate of 864.9 per 100,000 population. The indicators are derived from various data components within the daily Covid sitrep and the data for these components was deemed to be of sufficient quality from the beginning of August for such indicator construction. This will help to control the virus and save lives. The hospitalisation rate for COVID-19 was 14.03 per 100,000 in week 45 compared to 13.53 per 100,000 in the previous week. The hospital admission rate for COVID-19 was 13.70 per 100,000 in week 49, compared to 14.70 per 100,000 in the previous week. The huge efforts people have made over the past few weeks are starting to pay off. Detections of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in England remained high in week 45 with a slight increase on the previous week. Design Nationwide linkage cohort study. We use cookies to collect information about how you use GOV.UK. Case rates have fallen most in the West Midlands. The highest hospital admission rates continue to be those aged 85 and over but this has fallen. Hospital admission rates for COVID-19 have increased in all regions except for the North East. Dr Yvonne Doyle, Medical Director of PHE, said: Everyone has made huge sacrifices over the past few months and I appreciate just how difficult it is to continue to follow the restrictions and guidelines. The hospital admission rate for COVID-19 was 18.66 per 100,000 in week 51, compared to 15.18 per 100,000 in the previous week. Case rates have slightly fallen in those aged 5 to 39, however continue to increase in those aged 40 and over. 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