106 coronavirus deaths in Birmingham and Midlands – down from one week ago

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The number of Covid-linked deaths in Birmingham and the Midlands has been confirmed to have risen again on Monday, January 18.

The NHS updated its daily coronavirus death toll, which showed further patients had been declared dead across Midlands NHS Trusts.

Public Health bodies in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland also moved to update the daily death counts before 2pm today.

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The announcement of further deaths in Birmingham and the Midlands comes ahead of a press conference from the government this evening.

At 5pm, Matt Hancock, the Health Secretary, will deliver an update from Number 10 Downing Street as the coronavirus vaccination programme continues.

The rollout of the Pfizer and Oxford vaccines is continuing to gather pace across the country, with a mass vaccination centre at Millennium Point in Birmingham aiding the efforts.

There were 106 deaths in the Midlands, figures show.

Chesterfield Royal NHS Foundation Trust – 1

Kettering General NHS Foundation Trust – 7

Nottingham University NHS Foundation Trust – 8

Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust – 11

Sherwood Forest NHS Foundation Trust – 4

Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Foundation Trust – 1

South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust – 4

Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust – 4

Royal Wolverhampton NHS Foundation Trust – 4

United Lincolnshire NHS Foundation Trust – 9

University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust – 9

University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust – 6

University Hospitals Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust – 20

University Hospitals Leicester NHS Foundation Trust – 1

University Hospitals North Midlands NHS Foundation Trust – 10

Walsall Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust – 6

Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust – 1





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