Coronavirus update September 22: 54 new cases in Buckinghamshire, 20 in Aylesbury Vale

National and regional cases are rising now as the highest rate for a long time, figures show.National and regional cases are rising now as the highest rate for a long time, figures show.
National and regional cases are rising now as the highest rate for a long time, figures show.
National and regional cases are rising now as the highest rate for a long time, figures show.

There have been 887 cases of Coronavirus in Aylesbury Vale since the pandemic began.

The number has risen by 20 since Monday.

88 people have died in Aylesbury Vale since the pandemic began.

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There have been 2,163 cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire since the pandemic began. This is a rise of 54 since Monday.

258 from Buckinghamshire have died of Coronavirus since the pandemic began.

4,926 tested positive for Coronavirus in the UK on Tuesday September 17.

37 people have died today.

There have been 403,551 positive tests for Coronavirus in the UK since the pandemic began.

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The total number of people who have died in the UK since the pandemic began sits at 41,825.

134 patients were admitted to hospital on Tuesday 22 with Coronavirus.

1,319 patients are in hospital currently being treated for Coronavirus, with 181 ICU beds.

Across the globe, there has been 31,560,282 Coronavirus cases since the pandemic began.

970,653 have died.

23,168,685 have recovered.

All statistics provided are government issued and available here: https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/cases

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