The latest data show that as of the end of February, 290 people who tested positive for the coronavirus had died in the Northeast Hospital.
According to data released by the NHS UK on Sunday, the highest death toll was in the hospitals in the South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust Fund, which was 84.
The foundation’s sites include South Tyneside Regional Hospital and Sunderland Royal Hospital.
This was followed by 75 deaths in the Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust Fund, including Northumbria Specialty Emergency Hospital in Cremington, and 65 in Durham County and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust death.
These figures cover the period from February 1
All death records are based on the date of death, not the day when the death is announced.
The organization also stated that the numbers may change, especially in the last few days, as more confirmations of deaths may be received later. So far, the data for each NHS trust in February is as follows.
NHS England said that 258 people who tested positive for the coronavirus died in hospitals in England nationwide on Sunday, bringing the total number of reported confirmed deaths to 81,304.
The patients are between 29 and 101 years old. Except for 17 years old, all patients between 52 and 100 years old have basic health conditions. The time of death was December 10 to February 20. There are 31 other deaths reported, but none of the Covid-19 test results are positive.
The number of patients who died at Tohoku Hospital between February 1 and 20 and tested positive for Covid-19.
Durham County and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust -65
Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear and the NHS Foundation Trust Fund -0
Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust -31
Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust -75
South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust -84
Newcastle Tyne Hospital NHS Foundation Trust -35