No deaths from coronavirus at Scarborough Hospital in past two weeks
Nobody has died from coronavirus at Scarborough Hospital in the last two weeks.
Latest figures from York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust show there has been no change in the number of people who have died with the virus at either Scarborough or York hospitals.
Since the pandemic began, 80 people have died at Scarborough Hospital and 134 at York Hospital with coronavirus.
More than 540 patients who had tested positive for the virus have so far been discharged by the Trust.
According to the latest Office for National Statistics figures released on Tuesday, one person died in a Scarborough care home with coronavirus in the week ending June 26.
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There have so far been 561 confirmed cases of the disease in the Scarborough borough.
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