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Somerset Covid Updates Kill Three Deaths, 668 New Cases Bath City News

Three deaths and 668 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Somerset, according to official figures.

The update, released by Public Health England today (September 2), shows that there are now 69,784 confirmed cases of the virus in the county since the start of the pandemic.

Among new cases, North Somerset recorded the highest figure after 145 positive cases were found in the region.

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The government said 178 more people died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 on Thursday, bringing the UK total to 132,920.

Separate figures released by the Office for National Statistics show that there have been 157,000 registered deaths in the UK where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate.

As of 9 a.m. as of Thursday, there had been 38,154 more laboratory-confirmed Covid-19 cases in the UK, the government said.

Government data up to September 1 shows that of the 91,155,368 Covid injections administered in the UK, 48,131,996 were first doses, an increase of 44,088 the day before. Some 43,023,372 were second doses, an increase of 113,385.

The number of positive test results in each area since the start of the pandemic is recorded below, with the new positive test results in parentheses.

Bath and North East Somerset: 16 043 (+137) Mendip: 6 552 (+65) North Somerset: 17 558 (+145) Sedgemoor: 9 844 (+100) Somerset West and Taunton: 9 845 (+98) South Somerset : 9 942 (+123))

All of Somerset: 69,784 (+668)

The number of deaths recorded in each neighborhood in Somerset since the start of the pandemic is as follows:

Bath and North East Somerset: 232 (-) Mendip: 169 (+1) North Somerset: 323 (-) Sedgemoor: 172 (+1) Somerset West and Taunton: 198 (+1) South Somerset: 171 (-)

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