Sadly, the city’s hospitals are continuing to see rising numbers of deaths from the virus, with medics under immense pressure.
A further six covid-19 deaths have been recorded at Liverpool’s main NHS hospitals Trust.
Trust continues to face tragedy as it battles second wave
The very latest data shows that the infection level has continued to drop.
While deaths continue to increase, the city has had some more hopeful news in terms of infections.
The six latest patient deaths mean that a total of 646 covid-19 deaths have now been recorded at the Liverpool Trust since the pandemic began.
Data extracted covering testing between October 17 to 23 shows that the total number of confirmed cases for the last 7 days is 2,425, a decrease of 588 cases on the previous week.
Elsewhere, the only other Trust to record new covid deaths was the one covering Halton and Warrington, where five new fatalities have taken its total to 181.
Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust – 4
The full updated numbers of coronavirus deaths for NHS Trusts in our region since the pandemic began are as follows:
Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust – 4
Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust – 646 (+6)
Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust – 20
Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust – 3
St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust – 263
Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust – 187
Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust – 273
Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust – 181 (+5)
The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust – 10.