The National Records of Scotland (NRS) published update today, 30th June 2022.
- As of 26th June 2022, there have been a total of 14,953 deaths registered in Scotland where the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) was mentioned on the death certificate.
- In week 25 (20th to 26th June) there were 51 deaths involving COVID-19 (10 more than the previous week).
- The provisional total number of all deaths registered in Scotland in week 25 of 2022 (20th to 26th June) was 1,120 (95 or 9% above the 5-year average).
Of the 51 deaths involving Covid-19:
- Age 15-44: 1 death
- Age 45-64: 4 deaths
- Age 65-74: 6 deaths
- Age 75-84 : 17 deaths
- Age 85+ : 23 deaths
There were 20 deaths of females: 3 (age 65-74), 8 (age 75-84), 9 (age 85+)
There were 31 deaths of males: 1(age 15-44), 4 (age 45-64), 3 (age 65-74), 9 age (75-84), 14 (age 85+)
Location of deaths:
- Care Home: 8
- Home/Non Institutional Setting: 5
- Hospital: 38
- Other Institution: 0
Please remember all these numbers represent the deaths of people.
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Individuals can take some personal responsibility for their level of being Covid Careful – but when what each of us does affects us all – the public needs to be told what to do.
The restrictions/protections were lifted far, far too early – and now there is collective denial that it’s here at all and so restrictions would be more difficult to re-impose. It may have to come to it – whether Government want to be popular or not.
I hope so.
Let’s face it, they’re so unpopular that they might as well do something constructive which makes them unpopular for a change!