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This is a collection of what I consider to be the most useful COVID-19 data for the UK. It is updated from the latest source data every 30 minutes.
|English Region||Triage (online)||Cases||Hospital admissions|
|East of England||-7%||9%||0%|
|North East and Yorkshire||7%||-5%||-14%|
Scores are calculated from 7-day changes in a 7-day average.
Where data is likely to be incomplete due to reporting delays, a grey area is shown. Red vertical markers show the date when restrictions were imposed, green lines show restrictions being relaxed. Unless otherwise stated, trend lines are a 7-day rolling average.
This data shows the number of instances of people contacting NHS 111 with suspected COVID-19 symptoms, both online and over the phone. It should act as a leading indicator of any COVID-19 outbreaks.
Caveats: the criteria used to triage users have changed several times. The phone triage data does not cover 999 calls in some areas of the country. More info.
|Public Health England||Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK||2021-05-16|
|NHS||Potential COVID-19 symptoms reported through NHS Pathways and 111 online||2021-05-16|
|Scottish Government||Coronavirus - COVID-19 - Management Information||2021-05-12|
Public Health England data at LTLA level is mapped to NHS England regions using this mapping, which is not exact. Pillar 2 data was added to the Scottish numbers on 15 June, and a crude correction has been applied to smooth this discontinuity.