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Coronavirus West Berkshire: Confirmed cases as of January 12

Jonathan Ashby

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The number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in West Berkshire now stands at 4,305 - an increase of 92 in the past 24 hours.

West Berkshire's seven-day rolling rate per 100,000 population to January 7 is 340.2, with 539 cases in the seven days to January 7.

The rate is calculated by dividing the seven day count by the area population and multiplying by 100,000.

The Government dashboard says that 2,431,648 people nationally had received a first vaccine dose as of Monday, January 11, with 412,167 having a second dose up to this date. 

There is currently no local breakdown for vaccination numbers. 

The total number of lab-confirmed cases in the UK is now 3,164,051, while the daily number of lab-confirmed cases is 45,533.

Daily reported Covid-19 deaths are measured across the UK as deaths that occurred within 28 days of the first laboratory-confirmed positive test.

The total number of coronavirus-related deaths in the UK within 28 days of a positive test is 83,203.

The daily number of deaths within the 28-day range is 1,243.

The number of deaths with Covid-19 on the death certificate is 89,243 as of Friday, January 1.

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  • Westofnewbury

    13/01/2021 - 01:29

    Dear Newburytoday. This is your chance for some once in a career journalism. What's going on with vaccinations in West Berkshire? UK are doing so well yet West Berkshire hasn't got out of the starting gate. What a fiasco.

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  • ImalwaysWright

    12/01/2021 - 19:49

    "There is currently no local breakdown for vaccination numbers". Of course there isnt, a bit embarrassing to put a big fat zero down isnt it? How unlucky are we living in a local area where not one of the local GP surgeries has had the foresight or inclination to get moving on this, anyone would have thought we had a deadly pandemic on our hands. Shocking lack of urgency and one which quite frankly is unforgivable.

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