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  • See the simple summary for Longhoughton & Alnmouth, Northumberland

      • Cases in Longhoughton & AlnmouthAvailable at MSOA level.By date of specimen in the seven days to 12 August 2022

        • Last 7 days
          9Total cases by specimen date in the 7 days to 12 August 2022
        • There has been an increase of 4(80%) compared to the previous 7 days.Change from previous 7 days (30 July 2022 - 5 August 2022)
        • Cases per 100,000 people
          133.8Rate of cases per 100,000 people by specimen date on 12 August 2022
    • People vaccinated in Longhoughton & AlnmouthAvailable at MSOA level.on 16 August 2022

      • 1st dose
        93.4%Percentage of population aged 12+ vaccinated (1st dose) reported on 16 August 2022
      • 2nd dose
        90.8%Percentage of population aged 12+ vaccinated (2nd dose) reported on 16 August 2022
      • 3rd dose or boosters
        80.6%Percentage of population aged 12+ vaccinated (3rd dose and boosters) reported on 16 August 2022
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  • Vaccinations

    People vaccinated in Northumberland

    Available at Local authority (Lower tier) level.Up to and including 16 August 2022

    • Last 7 days – first dose
      0Number of people vaccinated (first dose) in the 7 days to 16 August 2022
    • Total – first dose
      267,238Total number of people vaccinated (first dose) reported on 16 August 2022
    • Last 7 days – second dose
      23Number of people vaccinated (second dose) in the 7 days to 16 August 2022
    • Total – second dose
      258,305Total number of people vaccinated (second dose) reported on 16 August 2022
    • Last 7 days – booster or third dose
      133Number of people vaccinated (booster or third dose) in the 7 days to 16 August 2022
    • Total – booster or third dose
      218,697Total number of people vaccinated (booster or third dose) reported on 16 August 2022
    Percentage of population aged 12+
    • 90.1%Percentage of population aged 12+ vaccinated (first dose) reported on 16 August 2022
      First dose
    • 87.1%Percentage of population aged 12+ vaccinated (second dose) reported on 16 August 2022
      Second dose
    • 73.7%Percentage of population aged 12+ vaccinated (booster or third dose) reported on 16 August 2022
      Booster or third dose
  • Deaths

    Deaths within 28 days of positive test in Northumberland

    Available at Local authority (Lower tier) level.Up to and including

    • Last 7 days
      6Total number of deaths within 28 days of positive test in the last 7 days (6 August 2022 - 12 August 2022)
    • There has been a decrease of -1(-14.3%) compared to the previous 7 days.Change from previous 7 days (30 July 2022 - 5 August 2022)
    Rate per 100,000 people: 1.9
    7-day rolling rate by date of death as of 12 August 2022

  • Healthcare

    Patients admitted in Northumbria Healthcare

    Available at Healthcare trust level.Up to and including

    • Last 7 days
      90Total number of patients admitted in the last 7 days (8 August 2022 - 14 August 2022)
    • There has been an increase of 3(3.4%) compared to the previous 7 days.Change from previous 7 days (1 August 2022 - 7 August 2022)

  • Testing

    Virus tests conducted in Northumberland

    Available at Local authority (Lower tier) level.Up to and including

    • Last 7 days
      5,276Total number of virus tests conducted in the last 7 days (10 August 2022 - 16 August 2022)
    • There has been a decrease of -962(-15.4%) compared to the previous 7 days.Change from previous 7 days (3 August 2022 - 9 August 2022)

  • Transmission

    R value in North East and Yorkshire

    Available at Healthcare region level.Latest data provided on

    • R value, estimated range
      0.7 to 1Reported on 5 August 2022
      About the R value

      The average number of secondary infections produced by a single infected person.

      • If R is greater than 1 the epidemic is growing.
      • If R is less than 1 the epidemic is shrinking.
      • If R is equal to 1 the total number of infections is stable.