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The number of deaths of hospital patients with coronavirus in the Anglia region is now more than 3,800. Credit: PA ImagesThe NHS has reported a further nine patients have died with coronavirus in hospitals in the Anglia region following seven deaths announced on Sunday.Although the number of deaths reported after a weekend tend to be lower because of a time lag in the data, they are still the lowest daily totals since before lockdown was enforced in March.The Luton & Dunstable Hospital in Bedfordshire announced that six patients had died between 1st and 3rd June.Three other NHS Trusts reported that patients has passed away with Covid-19:Basildon Hospital in EssexEast Suffolk and North Essex NHS Trust which runs the hospitals in Ipswich and ColchesterWest Suffolk Hospital in Bury St EdmundsThe total number of people dying with Covid-19 in hospitals in the Anglia region since the start of the pandemic is 3,805.According to additional data from the Office of National Statistics, the Care Quality Commission and the NHS, the total number of people dying in the region with coronavirus recorded on the death certificate is now 5,362.At the peak of the pandemic in the Anglia region 120 deaths were recorded on a single day.Two counties in the Anglia region report no new coronavirus cases in the daily figuresCambridge researchers say the coronavirus transmission rate may be rising in the East of EnglandTrack the impact of coronavirus where you live – the parts of the Anglia region hit hardestThe Luton & Dunstable Hospital reported six deaths of patients with coronavirus on 1st-3rd June. Credit: ITV News AngliaTotal number of deaths of patients with Covid-19 at hospitals in the Anglia regionFigures from NHS England to 5pm on Sunday 7 June 2020 released on Monday351 – West Hertfordshire NHS Trust including Watford General (unchanged since yesterday)338 – East Suffolk & North Essex (up 1) which includes hospitals in Aldeburgh, Colchester, Felixstowe and Ipswich279 – Basildon Hospital (up 1)265 – Luton & Dunstable Hospital (up 6)252 – Northampton General Hospital (unchanged)224 – NW Anglia, Peterborough & Hinchingbrooke (unchanged)212 – Southend Hospital (unchanged)201 – Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow (unchanged)193 – Mid Essex, Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford (unchanged)194 – Kettering General Hospital (unchanged)180 – Bedford Hospital (unchanged)159 – East & North Herts including the Lister Hospital, Stevenage (unchanged)145 – Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn (unchanged)122 – Norfolk & Norwich Hospital (unchanged)122 – Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge (unchanged)114 – James Paget Hospital, Gorleston (unchanged)102 – Milton Keynes Hospital (unchanged)The map shows the number of people with coronavirus who have died in each county in the Anglia region since the start of the pandemic. Credit: Data from Office of National Statistics, the NHS and the Care Quality Commission.77 – West Suffolk Hospital, Bury St Edmunds (up 1)26 – Norfolk Community Health (unchanged)24 – Fryatt Hospital, Harwich (unchanged)22 – Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge (unchanged)17 – Essex Partnership NHS Trust (unchanged)10 – Hertfordshire Partnership NHS Trust (unchanged)8 – Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust (unchanged)8 – Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Trust (unchanged)6 – Braintree Community Hospital (unchanged)4 – Clacton Hospital (unchanged)3 – Beccles Hospital (unchanged)2 – Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Trust (unchanged)2 – St Peter’s Hospital, Maldon (unchanged)1 – Halstead Hospital (unchanged)1 – Cambridgeshire & Peterborough NHS Trust (unchanged)141 – Deaths in hospitals in the East of England attributed to Covid-19 on the death certificate without a positive result.

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