Eight out of 10 infected patients in one hospital in the South West have died — but just 12.5 per cent succumbed to the illness in a London trust.
The data, seen by The Guardian, showed more than half of Covid-19 patients have died in at least 11 hospital trusts across the country.
Data from a study presented to government scientists last month showed the death rate for hospitalised patients is 28 per cent across the UK, on average.
But information being sent to senior doctors, which the NHS denies is official, shows that this varies wildly between hospitals.
Twenty-six NHS trusts had death rates lower than a quarter — between 12.5 per cent and 25 per cent. But rates were higher at the remaining 109.
Experts said the huge disparity in death rates did not necessarily mean patients were getting worse care, but that it could be a consequence of the population in the area or the number of patients they had treated.
Older people are more likely to die from coronavirus and some regions have far more older people — the average age in the South West, for example, is eight years higher than it is in London.
NHS England said it did not produce the data — which the newspaper said had been adjusted for age — and say they appear to be ‘experimental’.
For comparison, the national death rate for everyone who tests positive — not only hospital patients — is 4.2 per cent in the US, 4.6 per cent in Germany, and 15.5 per cent in the UK. The infection itself is thought to kill around 1 per cent of all cases — but not everyone who catches the virus gets spotted.
Hospitals across the country have varying death rates from coronavirus, according to secret NHS data (stock image)
The NHS data showed that two of the five hospital trusts with the highest death rates were in the South West — one with 80 per cent and another with 62 per cent.
Specific trusts were not named in the report, The Guardian said, and were referred to only by the region they were in.
Other hospitals where more than half of patients were dying included one in the North West (68 per cent), the East of England (60 per cent) and one in London (54 per cent).
Three of the hospitals with the lowest death rates were in London — with 12.5, 14 and 15 per cent — along with one in the Midlands (13 per cent) and one in the South East (15 per cent).
Tourism crisis as number of visitors to UK drops by 95%
By Tom Payne
Hundreds of thousands of UK tourism jobs are at risk after a 95 per cent drop in inbound passengers, industry leaders warned.
More than half of the UK’s foreign tourist firms say they expect to go bust within the next six months, according to a survey of hundreds of businesses.
Inbound tourism contributes £28billion to the economy and supports up to 3.3million jobs.
Heathrow saw a 95 per cent drop in passenger numbers last month compared to a year earlier.
According to a poll of more than 400 companies by trade body UKinbound, 53 per cent said they expect their business to last more than six months and 88 per cent said they are planning to make between 25 per cent and 100 per cent of staff redundant.
Stephen Broughton, owner of Mountain Goat Tours, a sightseeing tour agency based in the Lake District, said: ‘My business has been operating for over 40 years and normally turns over £2million revenue annually.
‘Last year over 50 per cent of our revenue came from overseas visitors. While the lifting of quarantine measures is very welcome, the reality remains that we are already over half way through the tourism season and many people will be reluctant to travel overseas for some time.’
Joss Croft, chief executive of UKinbound, said the sector faces ‘considerable and exceptional challenges’. He added: ‘We are calling on the Government to do much more to protect the jobs and businesses who will be vital to our long term economic recovery and the Government’s ambitions for a truly global Britain.’
Dr Alison Pittard, chief of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, told the newspaper: ‘That is a huge variation, a huge range.
‘I’m surprised at the degree of variation. A spread between 12.5 per cent and 80 per cent is quite stark.’
She added: ‘We know that poorer communities and BAME communities have a higher risk of mortality, so if a trust is in an area of higher-risk individuals you would expect that trust’s Covid-related mortality rate to be higher.’
The exact factors that have played into some NHS trusts having significantly higher death rates are not clear.
The ethnicity of patients in a NHS trust’s area, how wealthy they are and their general health are all contributing factors.
Data has shown non-white people, those in poorer areas and people with existing health conditions are all more likely to die if they catch Covid-19.
Hospitals with small numbers of patients may also have an artificially high death rate because an increase of one could push the average up significantly.
The NHS data gives a breakdown of 135 major hospital trusts around the country and calculated how many of the diagnosed patients died, to get a rate of death.
It is not publicly available, however, so it is unknown whether some regions’ hospitals were suffering significantly more fatalities than others.
NHS England denied that it had produced the data.
It said in a statement: ‘We do not recognise these figures, which appear to be experimental analysis of unverified data, but there is now a wide range of published data on the role that health inequalities, including pre-existing conditions and other health factors, have played when it comes to the impact of Covid, including from the ONS and PHE.
‘The NHS is accelerating work to tackle health inequalities, and will shortly be providing local services with a range of actions they should build in to their plans for the coming months.’
Public Health England publishes weekly data showing how deaths break down by region, which shows that London has the highest overall death rate for all patients.
In the capital 19.8 per cent of people — not necessarily all admitted to hospital — have died of the virus, compared to 19.6 per cent in the West Midlands and 18.6 per cent in the East of England.
Separate regional data from Public Health England shows that London has the highest death rate among people who have officially tested positive for Covid-19. There, 19.8 per cent of patients have died
HOW DO OFFICIAL DEATH RATES COMPARE BY REGION?
Public Health England publishes weekly reports which show the total number of people who have been diagnosed, and the total number of deaths, in each region.
These should include all hospital patients but also include people who have tested positive and died outside of hospital.
This is how the regions break down:
- London (19.8%)
- West Midlands (19.6%)
- East of England (18.6%)
- South West (16%)
- South East (15.9%)
- North East (15.6%)
- North West (15.4%)
- East Midlands (14.8%)
- Yorkshire & The Humber (13%)
Government papers published last week after being presented to officials in June showed that the average hospital death rate has been just over a quarter across the UK.
A study of 64,066 hospital patients with Covid-19 in the UK found that 28 per cent of them – more than one in four – die with the disease.
Deaths were higher for people admitted to intensive care, of whom 35 per cent succumbed to the disease, and even higher for those who had to be put onto ventilators – 42 per cent.
The COVID-19 Clinical Information Network (CO-CIN), comprised of university experts from around the UK, presented the results to SAGE – the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies – on June 22.
The study had found people spend an average of nine days in hospital if they are admitted with coronavirus, or catch it while on a ward.
Some 16 per cent of patients require high-flow oxygen therapy to help them breathe.
The most common symptoms for hospital patients are coughs (63 per cent), fever (62 per cent) and shortness of breath (61 per cent) – but a worrying one in 16 people (6 per cent) claimed to have had no symptoms at all, the study found.
The other regions had death rates of 16 per cent in the South West, 15.9 per cent in the South East, 15.6 per cent in the North East, 15.4 per cent in the North West and 14.8 per cent in the East Midlands.
The lowest regional death rate has been in Yorkshire and The Humber, where 13 per cent of people officially diagnosed have died.
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|IMPERIAL COLLEGE HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST||427|
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|LEWISHAM AND GREENWICH NHS TRUST||411|
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|WEST HERTFORDSHIRE HOSPITALS NHS TRUST||368|
|FRIMLEY HEALTH NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||363|
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|EAST SUFFOLK AND NORTH ESSEX NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||351|
|LEEDS TEACHING HOSPITALS NHS TRUST||333|
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|CHELSEA AND WESTMINSTER HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||308|
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|CROYDON HEALTH SERVICES NHS TRUST||300|
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|WORCESTERSHIRE ACUTE HOSPITALS NHS TRUST||276|
|EPSOM AND ST HELIER UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS NHS TRUST||275|
|NOTTINGHAM UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS NHS TRUST||270|
|NORTH MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL NHS TRUST||267|
|THE DUDLEY GROUP NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||263|
|SURREY AND SUSSEX HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST||259|
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|WRIGHTINGTON, WIGAN AND LEIGH NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||253|
|COUNTY DURHAM AND DARLINGTON NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||252|
|LANCASHIRE TEACHING HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||247|
|SOUTHEND UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||243|
|UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS COVENTRY AND WARWICKSHIRE NHS TRUST||238|
|WIRRAL UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||238|
|BLACKPOOL TEACHING HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||237|
|NORTH WEST ANGLIA NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||234|
|GUY’S AND ST THOMAS’ NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||230|
|BRADFORD TEACHING HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||230|
|WALSALL HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST||229|
|DONCASTER AND BASSETLAW TEACHING HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||229|
|PORTSMOUTH HOSPITALS NHS TRUST||229|
|BOLTON NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||226|
|COUNTESS OF CHESTER HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||224|
|BEDFORD HOSPITAL NHS TRUST||219|
|STOCKPORT NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||215|
|KETTERING GENERAL HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||214|
|YORK TEACHING HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||214|
|MID CHESHIRE HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||212|
|TAMESIDE AND GLOSSOP INTEGRATED CARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||212|
|DARTFORD AND GRAVESHAM NHS TRUST||209|
|ST HELENS AND KNOWSLEY TEACHING HOSPITALS NHS TRUST||207|
|HULL UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITALS NHS TRUST||204|
|NORTHUMBRIA HEALTHCARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||202|
|THE PRINCESS ALEXANDRA HOSPITAL NHS TRUST||201|
|EAST LANCASHIRE HOSPITALS NHS TRUST||200|
|THE ROTHERHAM NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||196|
|UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL SOUTHAMPTON NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||196|
|MID ESSEX HOSPITAL SERVICES NHS TRUST||194|
|GLOUCESTERSHIRE HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||194|
|ASHFORD AND ST PETER’S HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||189|
|ROYAL BERKSHIRE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||186|
|OXFORD UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||181|
|MEDWAY NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||180|
|SALFORD ROYAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||178|
|UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||175|
|GEORGE ELIOT HOSPITAL NHS TRUST||174|
|SHREWSBURY AND TELFORD HOSPITAL NHS TRUST||169|
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|THE HILLINGDON HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||165|
|EAST AND NORTH HERTFORDSHIRE NHS TRUST||164|
|KINGSTON HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||164|
|HAMPSHIRE HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||161|
|NORTH CUMBRIA INTEGRATED CARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||159|
|CALDERDALE AND HUDDERSFIELD NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||156|
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|SOUTHPORT AND ORMSKIRK HOSPITAL NHS TRUST||149|
|THE QUEEN ELIZABETH HOSPITAL, KING’S LYNN, NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||148|
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|HOMERTON UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||147|
|BRIGHTON AND SUSSEX UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS NHS TRUST||147|
|EAST CHESHIRE NHS TRUST||143|
|UNITED LINCOLNSHIRE HOSPITALS NHS TRUST||141|
|NORTH TEES AND HARTLEPOOL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||140|
|WARRINGTON AND HALTON TEACHING HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||136|
|GATESHEAD HEALTH NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||135|
|CHESTERFIELD ROYAL HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||132|
|MAIDSTONE AND TUNBRIDGE WELLS NHS TRUST||131|
|BUCKINGHAMSHIRE HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST||130|
|GREAT WESTERN HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||125|
|CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||124|
|SHERWOOD FOREST HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||124|
|NORFOLK AND NORWICH UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||123|
|NORTH BRISTOL NHS TRUST||119|
|NORTHERN LINCOLNSHIRE AND GOOLE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||118|
|JAMES PAGET UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||117|
|SOUTH WARWICKSHIRE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||117|
|THE NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||116|
|WESTERN SUSSEX HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||113|
|WHITTINGTON HEALTH NHS TRUST||111|
|AIREDALE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||108|
|MILTON KEYNES UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||104|
|ROYAL SURREY COUNTY HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||97|
|EAST SUSSEX HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST||91|
|HARROGATE AND DISTRICT NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||81|
|UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS PLYMOUTH NHS TRUST||81|
|WEST SUFFOLK NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||79|
|THE ROYAL BOURNEMOUTH AND CHRISTCHURCH HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||67|
|ROYAL UNITED HOSPITALS BATH NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||66|
|ROYAL CORNWALL HOSPITALS NHS TRUST||65|
|WYE VALLEY NHS TRUST||56|
|SALISBURY NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||56|
|ROYAL BROMPTON & HAREFIELD NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||49|
|POOLE HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||48|
|KENT COMMUNITY HEALTH NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||47|
|ROYAL DEVON AND EXETER NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||46|
|NORTH EAST LONDON NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||44|
|SOMERSET NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||43|
|ISLE OF WIGHT NHS TRUST||39|
|TORBAY AND SOUTH DEVON NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||39|
|BIRMINGHAM COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||37|
|GLOUCESTERSHIRE HEALTH AND CARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||34|
|NORFOLK COMMUNITY HEALTH AND CARE NHS TRUST||28|
|WORCESTERSHIRE HEALTH AND CARE NHS TRUST||28|
|CORNWALL PARTNERSHIP NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||26|
|YEOVIL DISTRICT HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||26|
|ANGLIAN COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE CIC – FRYATT HOSPITAL||25|
|DORSET COUNTY HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||24|
|OXFORD HEALTH NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||23|
|ROYAL PAPWORTH HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||22|
|LEICESTERSHIRE PARTNERSHIP NHS TRUST||21|
|NORTHERN DEVON HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST||21|
|BERKSHIRE HEALTHCARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||20|
|THE ROYAL MARSDEN NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||19|
|LIVERPOOL HEART AND CHEST HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||19|
|SUSSEX COMMUNITY NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||18|
|ESSEX PARTNERSHIP UNIVERSITY NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||17|
|EAST LONDON NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||17|
|DERBYSHIRE COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||17|
|SOUTHERN HEALTH NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||17|
|DORSET HEALTHCARE UNIVERSITY NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||16|
|SHROPSHIRE COMMUNITY HEALTH NHS TRUST||15|
|THE ROYAL ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||15|
|NOTTINGHAMSHIRE HEALTHCARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||13|
|CITY HEALTH CARE PARTNERSHIP CIC – EAST RIDING COMMUNITY HOSPITAL||13|
|THE CHRISTIE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||13|
|MIDLANDS PARTNERSHIP NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||12|
|NORTHAMPTONSHIRE HEALTHCARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||11|
|HERTFORDSHIRE PARTNERSHIP UNIVERSITY NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||10|
|CENTRAL LONDON COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST||10|
|Royal Hospital for Neuro-Disability West Hill||10|
|THE WALTON CENTRE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||10|
|HCA UK – The Wellington Hospital North Building||9|
|Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth – Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth||9|
|GREATER MANCHESTER MENTAL HEALTH NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||9|
|HERTFORDSHIRE COMMUNITY NHS TRUST||8|
|CUMBRIA, NORTHUMBERLAND, TYNE AND WEAR NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||7|
|TEES, ESK AND WEAR VALLEYS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||7|
|PROVIDE – BRAINTREE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL||6|
|CENTRAL AND NORTH WEST LONDON NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||6|
|The London Clinic – 20 Devonshire Place||6|
|NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE COMBINED HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST||6|
|NHS NIGHTINGALE HOSPITAL NORTH WEST||6|
|PENNINE CARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||6|
|TAUNTON AND SOMERSET NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||6|
|THE ROBERT JONES AND AGNES HUNT ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||5|
|WILTSHIRE HEALTH & CARE – SAVERNAKE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL||5|
|ANGLIAN COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE CIC – CLACTON HOSPITAL||4|
|NHS NIGHTINGALE HOSPITAL LONDON||4|
|OXLEAS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||4|
|ROYAL NATIONAL ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL NHS TRUST||4|
|WEST LONDON NHS TRUST||4|
|LEEDS AND YORK PARTNERSHIP NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||4|
|ROTHERHAM DONCASTER AND SOUTH HUMBER NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||4|
|ALDER HEY CHILDREN’S NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||4|
|CHESHIRE AND WIRRAL PARTNERSHIP NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||4|
|VIRGIN CARE LTD – PAULTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL||4|
|EAST COAST COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE – BECCLES HOSPITAL||3|
|LINCOLNSHIRE COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES NHS TRUST||3|
|MERSEY CARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||3|
|Central Surrey Health – WALTON COMMUNITY HOSPITAL||3|
|NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||2|
|PROVIDE – ST PETERS HOSPITAL||2|
|HCA UK – London Bridge||2|
|HCA UK – The Princess Grace||2|
|SOUTH LONDON AND MAUDSLEY NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||2|
|DERBYSHIRE HEALTHCARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||2|
|BRADFORD DISTRICT CARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||2|
|Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust||2|
|BMI Healthcare – Mount Alvernia||2|
|Oldercare (Haslemere) Limited – ST MAGNUS HOSPITAL||2|
|SOLENT NHS TRUST||2|
|VIRGIN CARE SERVICES LTD – SHEPPEY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL||2|
|LIVEWELL SOUTHWEST – MOUNT GOULD HOSPITAL||2|
|WESTON AREA HEALTH NHS TRUST||2|
|WILTSHIRE HEALTH & CARE – CHIPPENHAM COMMUNITY HOSPITAL||2|
|WILTSHIRE HEALTH & CARE – WARMINSTER COMMUNITY HOSPITAL||2|
|CAMBRIDGESHIRE AND PETERBOROUGH NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||1|
|Elysium Healthcare Limited||1|
|PROVIDE – HALSTEAD HOSPITAL||1|
|HCA UK – The Lister||1|
|LINCOLNSHIRE PARTNERSHIP NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||1|
|Ramsay Health UK – Nottingham Woodthorpe||1|
|HUMBER TEACHING NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||1|
|SHEFFIELD CHILDREN’S NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||1|
|NORTH WEST BOROUGHS HEALTHCARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST||1|
|Central Surrey Health – WOKING COMMUNITY HOSPITAL||1|
|KENT AND MEDWAY NHS AND SOCIAL CARE PARTNERSHIP TRUST||1|
|Nuffield Health – Woking||1|
|VIRGIN CARE SERVICES LTD – LIVINGSTONE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL||1|
|Cygnet Health Care Limited||1|
|VIRGIN CARE LTD – ST MARTINS HOSPITAL||1|