NHS England release the COVID-19 Hospital Activity data. This is classified as management information.
No revisions have been made to the dataset. Where known errors have come to light, trusts have corrected them in the following day’s data. Please keep this in mind when analysing the data.
The publication covers:
- the number of patients in hospital with COVID-19 including those in mechanical ventilation
- the number of patients admitted to hospital with COVID-19
- the number of patients diagnosed in hospital with COVID-19
- the number of patients discharged from hospital
- staffing absences
Please note: the data provided is broken down to Hospital Trust rather than Local Authority Area.
For Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly the Trusts include:
- Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
- Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
However some residents from Cornwall, mainly in the North and East of the County, are treated in neighbouring hospitals. These are:
- University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust
- Royal Devon And Exeter NHS Foundation Trust
- Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust
and so figures may include people who usually live in Cornwall.
National figures for the NHS Test and Trace service are produced weekly.
- numbers of people tested
- people testing positive
- time taken for results to become available;
- numbers of people transferred to the contact tracing service and the time taken for them to be reached
- close contacts identified for complex and non-complex cases and the time taken for them to be reached.
View the NHS track and trace dataWeekly COVID -19 Surveillance Report
Public Health England (PHE) publish the above report.
It summarises information from a variety of surveillance systems covering national data on:
- google searches
- general practice consultations
- emergency attendances
- hospitalisation rates deaths (age, ethnicity, excess mortality) antibody testing
- global data
There is also regional data and weekly rates of cases by local authority. This includes a PHE top 10 of Upper Tier Local Authorities with the highest weekly rate of cases.
The Containment dashboard tracks 111 and 999 triages over time at Local Authority level.
- the number of people with coronavirus identified through an NHS lab (Pillar 1)
- or from a commercial swab testing (Pillar 2)
It also includes, the count (not people) of triages of coronavirus symptoms through NHS Pathways:
- calls to NHS 111
- 999 calls
- NHS111 online