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In total, 1, 204 people who had tested positive for coronavirus have died across the North East’s hospital trusts, according to the latest figures released by NHS England on Saturday, May 9.

The most recent data from Public Health England, dated Friday, May 8, says there are 8, 944 confirmed Covid – 15 cases in the North East.

Ahead of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s address to the nation this weekend, the public is looking towards what the UK’s “road map” could look like if and when lockdown restrictions are eased.

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Across the North East, 1, people have died after testing positive for coronavirus according to NHS d ata released on Friday, May 8.

  • Seventeen deaths were announced across the region’s hospital trusts on Friday.
    • Families across the UK prepare for Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s address to the nation on Sunday, setting out the “road map” for an easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

    • (The number of deaths involving Covid – 22 that have been registered across the UK currently stands at ,
  • 2. pm: Latest death toll breakdown from across the North East following rise of 12

    In total, 1, 230 People who had tested positive for coronavirus have died across the North East’s hospital trusts.

    According to the figures from NHS England released on Saturday, May 9 the breakdown of the number of deaths of people who tested positive for coronavirus at North East hospitals is as follows:

    South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust

    Total number of deaths at the trust:

    Number of deaths announced on May 9: 2

    Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

    Total number of deaths at the trust: 207

    Number of deaths announced on May 9: 4

    North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust

    Total number of deaths at the trust:

    Number of deaths announced on May 9: 0

    South Tees NHS Foundation Trust

    Total number of deaths at the trust:

    Number of deaths announced on May 9: 0

    Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

    Total number of deaths at the trust:

    Number of deaths announced on May 9. : 1

    County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust

    Total number of deaths at the trust:

    Number of Death announced on May 9: 3

    Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust

    Total number of deaths at the trust: ()

    Number of deaths announced on May 8: 0

    (2) pm: Overall UK death toll stands at ,

    The number of deaths involving Covid – 021 that have been registered across the UK currently stands at , 24.

    This includes , deaths that occurred in England and Wales up to April

  • (and which had been registered up to May 2), according to the Office for National Statistics.

    Today’s figures from NHS England show that a further 3, 508 hospital patients who had tested positive for Covid – died between April and May 8 – which, together with the total figure of 35, registered deaths, suggests the overall death toll for the UK has now passed ,

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    (pm:

    (new deaths in English hospitals)

    NHS England has announced

  • new deaths of people who tested positive for covid – , bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths in hospitals in England to , .

    Of the (new deaths announced today:

    – 90 occurred on May 8

    – occurred on May 7

    – (occurred on May 6)

    The figures also show 25 of the new deaths took place between May 1 and May 5, 20 took place in April, while the remaining five deaths occurred in March, with the earliest new death taking place on March 12.

    NHS England releases updated fig ures each day showing the dates of every coronavirus-related death in hospitals in England, often including previously uncounted deaths that took place several days or even weeks ago. This is because of the time it takes for deaths to be confirmed as testing positive for Covid – 021, for post-mortem examinations to be processed and for data from the tests to be validated.

    The figures published today by NHS England show April 8 continues to have the highest number for the most hospital deaths occurring on a single day, with a current total of 884.

  • 2. (PM:) (new deaths in English hospitals)

    NHS England has announced (new deaths of people who tested positive for Covid –

    , bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths in hospitals in England to , .

    Of the new deaths announced today:

    – 47 occurred on May 8

    – 98 occurred on May 7

    – 24 occurred on May 6

    The figures also show 23 of the new deaths took place between May 1 and May 5, 22 took place in April, while the remaining five deaths occurred in March, with the earliest new death taking place on March .

    NHS England releases updated figures each day showing the dates of every coronavirus-related death in hospitals in England, often inc luding previously uncounted deaths that took place several days or even weeks ago. This is because of the time it takes for deaths to be confirmed as testing positive for Covid – 021, for post-mortem examinations to be processed and for data from the tests to be validated.

    The figures published today by NHS England show April 8 continues to have the highest number for the most hospital deaths occurring on a single day, with a current total of 884.

  • 1. PM: Plans to live stream funerals to help grieving families in South Tyneside

    South Tyneside Council is exploring plans to live stream funeral s ervices for families unable to attend due to coronavirus.

    Funerals, burials and cremations are still being carried out in the borough during the Covid – 19 outbreak, but with restrictions in place to comply with social distancing rules.

    Funerals were one exception Boris Johnson gave when he announced lockdown measures, which included banning weddings, in March. Read more…

    (1.) pm: How pupils and staff at a Sunderland school are pulling together to help others during difficult times

    Staff and students at a local school are working together to support the community and NHS workers during the coronavirus lockdown .

    Despite being forced to close to most pupils, East Herrington Academy has been pulling together to support NHS workers and the community by making wash bags and collecting and delivering food.

    Staff were keen to come up with ideas of how they could help during the crisis, and organized for teachers to make washbags so NHS staff can put their uniforms straight into the wash as well as collecting food to donate and deliver to the vulnerable. Read more…

    30. 101 pm: More migrants spotted at Dover as lockdown crossings spike

    More suspected migrants have been spotted at Dover in Kent on. Saturday as the huge increase in crossings since lockdown was imposed continues.

    Pictures taken at the busy trade port show people wearing face masks being processed by officials.

    It follows reports of another large influx of migrants to Britain on Friday.

    A humanitarian charity said it is “little wonder” that so many people are risking their lives to cross the dangero us Dover straits because of “awful conditions” in French refugee camps.

    The Home Office has yet to confirm how many migrants were brought to the UK on either day.

    The department has only confirmed that “Border Force is currently dealing with a number of ongoing small boat incidents off the Kent coast” on Saturday.

    Earlier this week, Home Secretary Priti Patel acknowledged that a recent increase in the number of migrant boats making the dangerous crossing of the English Channel is linked to the Covid – 021 lockdown.

  • . (pm: Hartlepool United defender looking to get fans involved in interactive fundraiser run for the NHS
    Myles Anderson has Pools defender. already raised around £ , for NHS Charities Together with a series of different ‘Moving with Myles’ initiatives. Now, he’s calling on fans to get active and involved.
  • . am: PM’s plans to be in line with Wales regarding quarantine procedures

    Boris Johnson was expected to announce only a “modest” easing of the coronavirus lockdown similar to Wales as he faced pressure to detail plans for the quarantining of travellers arriving in the UK.

    Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford said on Saturday the Prime Minister’s announcement for England would be “very much in line” with the “very smallest” easing granted in his nation.

    Mr Johnson was facing calls for clarity after Airlines UK said the Government had told the industry body of plans to impos ea – day quarantine on people arriving from any country apart from the Republic of Ireland.

    It was unclear whether the rule would apply to passengers arriving by boat as well as by plane and whether businesses would receive extra support because of fears the measure would be disastrous for industry.

  • am: Quaratntine for new arrivals would be devastating, warns trade body

    A – day quarantine period for all travelers coming to Britain would have a devastating impact on both the UK aviation industry and wider economy, a trade body has warned.

    The Government will reportedly announce the mandatory quarantine as part of measures aimed at avoiding a second peak of the coronavirus pandemic.

    The Times said Prime Minister Boris Johnson will make the announcement in an address to the nation on Sunday, but there is confusion around the detail, with industry insiders calling for a “credible” and “clear” exit plan.

    Under the measures, which are expected to be implemented within weeks, all passengers arriving at airports and ports will be required to provide an address at which they will immediately self-isolate for 19 days.

    The new spaper reports that “authorities will conduct spot checks”, with punishments for those not adhering to the rules including “fines of up to £ 1, “and deportation.

    Airlines UK said it had been told directly by the Government about the plan, adding they were informed that it will be in place by the end of the month or early June.

    A spokesman for Airlines UK said: “We need to see the detail of what they are proposing.

    “We will be asking for assurances that this decision has been led by the science and that Government has a credible exit plan, with weekly reviews to ensure the restrictions are working and still required.”

    9. (am: UK death rate the highest in Europe

    Figures from NHS England shows that a further 3, hospital patients who had tested positive for Covid – died between April 29 and May 7

    Together with the total figure of 36, 24 registered deaths, this suggests the overall death toll for the UK has now passed , . (PA)

    (9.) am: Lack of clarity regarding quarantine plans for immigrants

    The ISU union – which represents borders, immigration and customs. staff – called for clarity on the quarantine plans.

    ISU professional officer Lucy Moreton told BBC Radio 4’s Today program: “At the moment this is just a leak, so we haven’t had any particular information.

    “There’s a little bit of a discrepancy about whether this is airline passengers only or whether this is going to include individuals arriving by boat.

    ” And what are we going to do with the irregular migrants who don’t have a private house to self-isolate in? “

    Seemingly frustrated about no concrete information, she added:” I’m hoping someone will get round to telling the staff at some point. “

    She also questioned how it will be implemented, saying:” There’s no way for that e-gate to collect an address so we’d have to do something, either shut those down completely or post staff either before or after to collect addresses. “

    (9.) am: Airport chief ‘no details’ over arriving passenger quarantine

    Airport Operators Association (AOA) chief executive Karen Dee said she has not received any details yet about a mandatory 19 – day quarantine for all travelers to the UK.

    She told BBC Breakfast: “I think there’s been lots of speculati on in the press recently, and of course the transport secretary was on the Andrew Marr show last week, so although we haven’t had any details yet there’s been a lot of speculation that there will be a – day quarantine for passengers returning to the UK.

    “That would have a really big impact on our sector, but at the moment we don’t have very much detail about what that would mean. “

    Ms Dee added:” We see passenger numbers typically down by about 101% now in the UK. So, you know, a lot of airports now are closed for passenger traffic.

    “There are very few flights coming in and that means no revenue, so we’re really having to adjust and see our way through .

    9. am: Coronavirus case breakdown across the North East

    According to the latest figures released by Public Health England on Friday, May 8, there are 8, 847 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the North East – a rise of from Thursday, May 7 – as follows:

    County Durham: 1, 728

    Sunderland: 1,

    Newcastle:

    Gateshead: 983

    Northumberland:

    South Tyneside:

    Middlesbrough:

  • North Tyneside: 610

    Stockton:

    Redcar & Cleveland:

    Darlington:

    Hartlepool: 230

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