Covid death in New Berkshire reported as 464 cases added to total
Another person died in Berkshire within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19.
The new death was reported in Windsor and Maidenhead, according to the latest official figures released Tuesday evening (October 12).
Meanwhile, another 464 cases have been confirmed in the past day, down from the 562 reported yesterday.
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Wokingham – with 113 – saw the biggest increase in the last 24-hour recording period.
West Berkshire saw the smallest increase, reporting 40 more positive tests for the virus.
Nationwide, another 181 people had died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday, bringing the UK total to 137,944.
Separate figures released by the Office for National Statistics show that there have been 163,000 registered deaths in the UK where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate.
As of 9 a.m. as of Tuesday, there had been 38,520 more laboratory-confirmed Covid-19 cases in the UK.
Government data up to October 11 shows that of the 94,428,905 Covid injections administered in the UK, 49,216,092 were first doses, an increase of 29,172 the day before.
Some 45,212,813 were second doses, an increase of 23,632.
Here are the latest rolling seven-day coronavirus infection rates per 100,000 people in Berkshire for the week ending October 7:
Reading: 304.4 (instead of 300)
Windsor and Maidenhead: 419.1 (instead of 413.8)
Slough: 365 (instead of 347)
Bracknell Forest: 308.5 (instead of 306)
Wokingham: 389.3 (instead of 356.4)
West Berkshire: 236.6 (instead of 217.7)
This is the latest breakdown of confirmed cases for each region of Berkshire since the start of the pandemic, plus the change in the past 24 hours (in brackets):
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