London may have passed peak as Covid cases fall in 14 boroughs – Metro.co.uk

The 734 admissions recorded on January 10 implied this date was still amongst the 20 busiest days tape-recorded since the start of the pandemic.

Many more patients are expected to be admitted in the next couple of weeks due to the fact that of the record number of cases reported at the start of the month.

There were 7,606 coronavirus clients in London’s health centers since January 12, 1,085 of them on ventilators.

The mayor Sadiq Khan last week declared a major incident in the city because the spread of the infection was ‘out of control’.

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London boroughs where Covid cases are increasing

Cases in the week to January 7:

  • Camden: 1767 cases, up seven (0.4%) with a rate of 654.4,
  • Barking and Dagenham 3279 cases, up 19 (0.6%) with a rate of 1,540.1,
  • Westminster 1500 cases, up 20 (1.4%) with a rate of 574,
  • Hammersmith and Fulham 1374 cases, up 26 (1.9%) with a rate of 742.1,
  • Haringey 2803 cases, up 75 (2.7%) with a rate of 1,043.4,
  • Islington 1930 cases, up 63 (3.4%) with a rate of 796,
  • Greenwich 3102 cases, up 106 (3.5%) with a rate of 1,077.3,
  • Newham 4939 cases, up 217 (4.6%) with a rate of 1,398.6,
  • Waltham Forest 3167 cases, up 148 (4.9%) with a rate of 1,143.4,
  • Lewisham 3134 cases, up 151 (5.1%) with a rate of 1,024.7,
  • Croydon 4179 cases, up 253 (6.4%) with a rate of 1,080.7,
  • Kensington and Chelsea 1027 cases, up 75 (7.9%) with a rate of 657.8,
  • Hounslow 3097 cases, up 254 (8.9%) with a rate of 1,140.6,
  • Hillingdon 3179 cases, up 284 (9.8%) with a rate of 1,035.9,
  • Brent 3548 cases, up 361 (11.3%) with a rate of 1,075.9,
  • Southwark 3212 cases, up 357 (12.5%) with a rate of 1,007.4,
  • Lambeth 3140 cases, up 361 (13%) with a rate of 963.1,
  • Ealing 3689 cases, up 647 (21.3%) with a rate of 1,079.3.
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The seven-day rate for people aged 60 and over, who are more likely to be badly affected by the virus, is also still extremely high at 869.4 per 100,000.

There were 5,919 admissions of Covid patients to London hospitals in the week to January 10, the first drop in the 7 day rate of admissions considering that December 2.

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