Eight more deaths linked to coronavirus across Liverpool hospitals

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Hospitals in Liverpool have been hit by a further eight deaths linked to coronavirus.

Figures announced on Sunday also revealed six more deaths have been recorded in NHS trusts that cover the rest of the Liverpool City Region.

Liverpool University Hospitals Trust, which runs The Royal, Aintree and Broadgreen hospitals, had the largest number of new coronavirus deaths across the region.

Seven further deaths mean the Trust has now recorded a total of 325 tragedies linked to Covid-19.

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No new deaths were registered at the Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, where there has been 16 to now.

Alder Hey Children's Hospital also recorded no further deaths, with its total currently four – all adults who were being treated there.

Mersey Care Mental Health Trust, which announced its first three virus deaths earlier this week, did not record any further deaths.

But the Walton Centre recorded one more, meaning its total now stands at six.

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There was one new death registered at each of St Helens and Knowsley NHS Trust, Wirral University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, and Warrington and Halton NHS Trust.

Their totals rose to 153, 168 and 89 respectively.

Three new deaths took the total at Southport and Ormskirk NHS Trust to 118.

The news came as a further 358 hospital deaths were announced across the UK on Sunday.