More than 500 people across Berkshire have died in hospital having tested positive for coronavirus.

The latest figures from NHS England show the total number deaths of those under the care of three Berkshire NHS trusts has reached 512.

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These figures are as of 5pm on Wednesday, May 20.

It comes as nationally figures for those who have died following a positive test for covid-19 has surpassed 35,000.

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NHS England announced 363 new coronavirus deaths on Wednesday, bringing the total number of confirmed hospital fatalities in the country to 35,704

Latest NHS England figures show 327 people who have tested positive for Covid-19 have died under the care of Frimley Health NHS Foundation trust - which runs Wexham Park Hospital, Frimley Park and Heatherwood Hospital.

A total of 170 people have died in hospital having tested positive for coronavirus, under the care of the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust.

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The trust is in charge of the Royal Berkshire Hospital as well as several other community bases such as West Berkshire Community Hospital in Newbury, and Townlands Hospital in Henley.

15 people under the care of Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust have died, according to NHS England.

This trust runs services across several sites including wards at Wokingham community Hospital, wards at West Berkshire Community Hospital, and Prospect Park Hospital.

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According Public Health England, the latest number of coronavirus cases in Berkshire has hit 2,327.


Bracknell Forest - 240

Wokingham - 435

Reading - 566

West Berkshire 361

Windsor and Maidenhead - 279

Slough - 446

The figures do not define which hospital the deaths relate to, and only relate to those who have died in hospital and had tested positive for coronavirus.

All data is subject to updates as more results come in from post-mortems.