No new coronavirus deaths recorded in Sussex
No new deaths linked to coronavirus have been reported in the last 24 hours in Sussex hospitals.
NHS data shows that 604 people have died with coronavirus in total across all the NHS trusts in the county, but no new deaths were recorded in the last 24 hours.
The data contains deaths recorded up until 5pm on June 12.
The number of people who have died is broken down by trust as follows:
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust - 141
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust - 82
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust - 252
Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust - 17
Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust - 112
The county has recorded seven new coronavirus cases today, Saturday June 13.
East Sussex has 737, an increase of one, West Sussex has 1,348, an increase of four, and Brighton and Hove has 475, an increase of two, according to the latest government figures.
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