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The number of coronavirus patients being cared for in Bristol’s hospitals has dropped to below 100. Figures released from the Department of Health show there are 97 people in our local hospitals who have tested positive for Covid-19, and 18 battling on ventilators. A total of 60 are being cared for at University Hospitals Bristol, which runs Bristol Royal Infirmary, and 37 at North Bristol Trust. This compares to 450 Covid inpatients being treated in Bristol hospitals during the peak
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A Bristol gym is managing to stay open and operating despite the coronavirus lockdown, with the backing of police and council covid enforcers. But local residents living in the same complex as the Torque Gym are regularly complaining to police and council officials about the gym, which is also hiring out space to freelance personal trainers from across the Bristol area. Police and council officials confirmed they are regularly visiting the Torque Gym, which is based in the former Bristol
best and worst covid vaccine coverage in stroud district 2 - Hospital admissions fall in Bristol as Covid death is confirmed
More than two in five people in Stroud have received their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, but there are big variations in coverage between different parts of the district, NHS figures reveal. At 36.2 per cent, Stroud town has the lowest proportion of vaccinated residents over the age of 16, while 51.9 per cent of those living in Minchinhampton and Amberley have received a jab. The proportion of residents prioritised for vaccinations, such as those aged over 65, is
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Wiltshire Council will meet with representatives from over 30 parish and town councils to discuss how to protect neighbourhood planning in the county. Wiltshire Area Localism and Planning Group was formed to seek to protect their neighbourhood plans from developers using the fact the county does not have a demonstrable five-year plan for housing. A meeting between the group and cabinet member for planning, Toby Sturgis and the corporate director for place & environment, Sam Fox is due to take
revealed where covid 19 vaccine uptake is highest and lowest in the cotswolds 2 - Hospital admissions fall in Bristol as Covid death is confirmed
More than two in five people in the Cotswolds have received their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, figures reveal. NHS data shows 31,486 people had received a vaccine jab by February 28 ­– equating to 42 per cent of those aged 16 and over, according to the latest population estimates from the Office for National Statistics. Of those vaccinated, 22,843 were aged 65 or over – 98 per cent of the age group. It means 8,643 people aged between
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Two people die with coronavirus in Bristol

Posted on March 4, 2021
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Two further coronavirus deaths have been confirmed in Bristol, the latest figures show. The Department of Health’s data also reveals another 71 cases have been recorded across Bristol and it’s neighbouring areas over the past 24 hours – a slight increase compared to yesterday’s 66. Bristol’s coronavirus rate per 100,000 people has fallen to 74.7 after 346 cases were confirmed over a seven day period (between February 20 to 27). Our rate is now slightly below the national average of
gran worried about covid 19 killed herself on railway line in stroud 2 - Hospital admissions fall in Bristol as Covid death is confirmed
A Stroud grandmother who worried about catching Covid-19 and giving it to her family killed herself by standing in front of a train when she felt ‘a little under the weather’ with symptoms of a cold, an inquest heard today. Assistant Gloucestershire Coroner Roland Wooderson ruled that her death when she was hit by an express passenger train at Ebley on September 29 last year was suicide. The inquest heard that at 5.38am emergency services received a 999 call reporting