32 patients currently being treated in Milton Keynes Hospital have coronavirus according to latest data

    The latest update tells us that 32 patients being treated at Milton Keynes University Hospital have tested positive for coronavirus, with no patients currently being treated on a ventilator bed.

    The latest data, released by the government weekly, includes people admitted to MK Hospital who tested positive for COVID-19 in the 14 days prior to their hospital admission and those who tested positive in hospital after admission.

    The data, which tells us how many patients are being treated in MKUH, tells us that as of Tuesday 16th November, there are 32 patients being cared for in MK Hospital, with nobody being treated on a ventilator.

    This comes as 178 positive tests were recorded today, taking the total number of cases to 40,295 since the start of the pandemic.

    All coronavirus data is provided by the government and NHS, no further information is provided on age, gender or vaccination status.

    You can read the data here.

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