10,807 COVID-19 deaths have been reported in the last 14 days in the UK. Government data also reports 46,169 coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours, and sadly a further 529 deaths, Dr Joe Pajak writes.


First published in January 2021.


Today’s Data in Focus

Today’s data indicates the horrendous fact that 6,485 people have lost their lives in the last 7 days in the UK, while 788,789 new cases have been reported in the last 14 days.  

Note: The data for deaths attributed to COVID-19 – each following a reported positive test result for COVID-19 within 28 days of their death.

Over 4,000 new daily hospital admissions, over 32,000 patients suffering from Covid-19 already occupying hospital beds, and over 3,000 requiring intensive care support.  

The pressure on our NHS has reached new levels, levels that are becoming extremely difficult for hospitals and their staff to manage.  

The Full Data

The 14-day UK data chart is provided below:

14-Day UK COVID-19 Data - Trend Lines 11-January-2021

UK COVID-19 data, reported on 11 January 2021:

  • 46,169 positive tests in last 24 hours 🦠
  • 529 COVID-19 deaths in last 24 hours
  • 4,193 further hospital admissions (7 January 2021) – the highest number admitted in one 24 hour period at any time during the pandemic!
  • 32,294 hospital in-patients (to 7 January 2021) – the highest level at any time during the pandemic!
  • 3,098 patients on ventilation beds (8 January 2021)
  • 3,118,518 Positive Covid-19 cases have now been reported since the first case was reported on 31 January 2020
  • 347 days since first reported case
  • 311 days since first reported death
  • 2,286,572 people have now received first vaccinations (cumulative reported 11/01/2021).

Since Boxing Day:

  • 896,366 new cases 🦠
  • 11,711 further deaths
Covid patients. | Wikimedia

The data is now reaching record levels, and we must never forget the data represent real people suffering, real people dying, and a situation that many would argue is so much worse because of poor decision-making and delayed action.🔷


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Dr Joe Pajak, Professional experience applied scientific research and development, then director of a national children’s charity, trustee of a disability charity, and governor of NHS foundation trust hospitals.





[This piece was first published in PMP Magazine on 11 January 2021. | The author writes in a personal capacity.]