Cornwall hospitals recorded the lowest number of Covid-19 admissions in the country as of last week.

Data from NHS England, compiled between 27 October and 3 November, shows the infected patients Corona Virus 0.6% of the general and acute family ranked in Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust.

The fund is responsible for approximately 750 beds at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Trilisk, West Cornwall Hospital in Penzance, and St. Michael’s Hospital in Hill.

Although Birmingham for women and children NHS The Foundation Trust has a 0.3% lower family occupancy rate, while other NHS funds in the Birmingham area rank higher on the list, including the University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust at 12%.

Meanwhile, the Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust had the highest rate in the country as of November 3, at 36.6%.

The numbers were shared by physician and comedian Dr. Phil Hammond, who asked whether local lockdowns would be more important than national restrictions as 83 funds trusted by a COVID-19 patient bed occupancy rate of less than 10%.

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He wrote on Twitter: “Confirmed COVID-19 patients, as a share of the general and acute family. Source NHS England, Posted in Embed a Tweet.

“The rates vary from 36.6% on 3/11 in Barnsley, to 0.6% in Cornwall. 83 trust funds have less than 10% of the share of Covid. Do we need the same lockdown in all regions? Or should we stay local?”

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There have been many discussions on the issue, with many people living in areas less affected by the pandemic believing it was unfair to impose sweeping restrictions across England.

The five funds that had the highest share of Covid patients in their hospitals as of November 3 were the Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (36.6 percent), the Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust (29 percent), the University of Liverpool NHS Foundation Trust (28.7 percent), and the Blackpool Hospitals Fund. NHS Foundation Trust (28.7 percent) and Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (28.6 percent).