Figures released by NHS England on Thursday, September 17 saw the total number of deaths in North East NHS Trusts, where a patient tested positive for Covid-19, rise by three to 1,435.

A total of 204 patients have so far died at the Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, which covers both Northumberland and North Tyneside, after testing positive for the coronavirus.

There is no general breakdown of the hospitals in which the deaths occurred.

Two more cases – one each in Gateshead and the South Tees NHS Foundation Trusts – were also announced on Thursday.

Separate data, released by Public Health England on Thursday, raised the total number of Covid-19 cases across the province by 22 to 1,873.

The total confirmed coronavirus cases in the northeast increased by 264, to 19,227.

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Northumbria Specialist Hospital for Emergency Care, in Cramington, is among the hospitals treating coronavirus patients from all over Northumberland.

On Thursday, Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced a raft of new coronavirus-related restrictions in seven local authority areas in the Northeast – Durham County, Gateshead, Newcastle, Northumberland, North Tyneside, South Tyneside and Sunderland – including visiting and socializing bans. With other families and 10 pm to curfew places of entertainment and entertainment.

They will start work on Friday, September 18th.

According to the latest figures released by Public Health England on Thursday, 17 September, there have now been 19,227 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the Northeast.

Below is a breakdown of the cases by local authority area on September 17th:

County Durham: 34 new cases (total number of cases: 3,962).

Sunderland: 34 new cases (total number: 2,353).

Newcastle upon Tyne: 46 new cases (total number of cases: 2,131).

Northumberland: 22 new cases (total number of cases: 1873).

Gateshead: 20 new cases (total number: 1696).

South Tyneside: 56 new cases (total number of cases: 1,349).

Middlesbrough: seven new cases (total number of cases: 1242).

North Tyneside: 19 new cases (total number of cases: 1187).

Stockton: 10 new cases (total number: 1160).

Redcar & Cleveland: six new cases (total number of cases: 834).

Hartlepool: six new cases (total number of cases: 7,562).

Darlington: four new cases (total number of cases: 678).

In total, 1,435 people who tested positive for coronavirus through hospital funds have died in the northeast, according to data released by NHS England on Thursday, 17 September.

The following is the breakdown of the number of deaths of people who tested positive for coronavirus in Northeastern hospitals:

South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust

Total number of deaths in the Secretariat: 325

Number of deaths reported on September 17: 0

Northumbria Healthcare Foundation NHS Fund

The total number of deaths in the Municipality: 204

Number of deaths reported on September 17: 1

North Tees Fund and NHS Hartlepool Foundation

The total number of deaths in the Municipality: 142

Number of deaths reported on September 17: 0

NHS South Tees Foundation Fund

Total number of deaths in the Municipality: 257

Number of deaths reported on September 17: 1

NHS Foundation Trust for Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals

Total number of deaths in the municipality: 117

Number of deaths reported on September 17: 0

Durham County and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust

Total number of deaths in the Secretariat: 253

Number of deaths reported on September 17: 0

NHS Gateshead Health Foundation Fund

The total number of deaths in the municipality: 137

Number of deaths reported on September 17: 1

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