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Four patients are currently in ventilation beds
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Covid admissions at Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust were up from 73 the week ending June 19 to 106 the week ending June 26 – a rise of 45%.
Currently, 94 people are being treated for Covid at Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Four patients are in ventilation beds.
Unfortunately, there is no further breakdown between the two hospitals – Bedford and Luton & Dunstable.
Despite the general rise in cases across the country, the Government has taken the decision to move to weekly reporting of the virus from today (July 1) – with weekly updates published every Wednesday.
The figures come from the Government website