The 9am figures not disclosed yet?

Billy Horner

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As mentioned as a possibility yesterday, the rate of decrease in the 7-day average for new deaths when compared with its level one week ago, slows to its lowest level since 23rd April. For the sake of clarity, whilst the average is still declining, this is a clear indicator that daily numbers are beginning to plateau.
 

bear66

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As of 9am 1 July, there have been 9,662,051 tests, with 226,398 tests on 30 June. 313,483 people have tested positive.

As of 5pm on 30 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 43,906 have sadly died.

0.26% increase in positive tests. 176 deaths announced today.
 

Billy Horner

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Today's headline analysis:

• 829 new cases reported in 24-hour period, up from yesterday's 689
• 7-day average for new cases increases by 2.9%, following 3.0% decrease yesterday (and 13 consecutive daily decreases)
• 7-day average for new cases is 17.4% lower than one week ago (from 24.4% lower yesterday) and 32.1% lower than two weeks ago (from 33.2% lower yesterday and 23.8% lower 7 days ago)
• 176 new deaths in all settings reported in 24-hour period, up from 155 yesterday
• 7-day average for new deaths in all settings increases by 2.7%, following 2.0% decrease yesterday (and fourth increase in seven days)
• 7-day average for new deaths in all settings is 0.7% higher than one week ago (from 5.4% lower yesterday) and 19.5% lower than two weeks ago (from 26.1% lower yesterday and 41.5% lower 7 days ago)
 

Billy Horner

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Notes about today's summary: I've taken the decision to go back to using the figures for all new cases (Pillars 1 and 2) rather than just hospital reported cases (Pillar 1). This is for a variety of reasons, but mainly because the relationship between hospital reported cases, admissions and deaths appears to have weakened in recent weeks. All new cases is also the metric used for international comparisons.

The 7-day average for new deaths continues to plateau and, indeed, has increased more often than not this week. There is now also an increase in the average when compared with one week ago, which is the first time this has happened since 17th April (discounting some turbulence caused by the late May bank holiday).
 

Billy Horner

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If it’s ok to ask, what is the seven day average as of today? It’s hard to keep up with the actual figure with low weekend reports
118 deaths per day in all settings (52 deaths per day in hospitals).

France, Italy and Spain are currently averaging 25, 12 and 3 deaths per day respectively.
 

kuepper

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Yesterday just I death and 8 new cases in Scotland which unlike England has had leadership, clear strategy & strong messaging instead of accepting thousands of cases & hundreds of deaths each day.
 
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heres whats going on in leicester.. "The outbreak is almost entirely among working age adults, with far fewer cases detected in children or the old. Suggests transmission in the work place and the general community not schools or care homes "
 

Billy Horner

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Just seen that 117 of today's reported deaths were historically added by Public Health England.
Nothing about that in the explanatory notes to today's figures. Last week, when PHE did identify a number of historical deaths which were added to the overall total, there was specific reference in the explanatory notes as to why those deaths were not included in the daily figure.
 

RandySavage

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Nothing about that in the explanatory notes to today's figures. Last week, when PHE did identify a number of historical deaths which were added to the overall total, there was specific reference in the explanatory notes as to why those deaths were not included in the daily figure.
So are you saying 176 people died in those last 24 hours?
 

Chris_Boro

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So are you saying 176 people died in those last 24 hours?
From what I always thought its the accumulation of data of registered deaths upto 5pm on that day.

As it can take days or even weeks for some death to be registered, the number of deaths reported is normally historical (usually care home deaths). If there was missing data, they would add them with a note explaining.
 
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