Coronavirus (covid-19): Daily Data For Scotland -14 January 2022
14th January 2022
9,910 new cases of COVID-19 reported*. Please note that this figure now includes cases identified using either a first LFD (lateral flow device) or PCR (polymerase chain reaction) positive test.
41 new reported death(s) of people who have tested positive.
50 people were in intensive care yesterday with recently confirmed COVID-19.
1,544 people were in hospital yesterday with recently confirmed COVID-19
4,396,802 people have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccination, 4,060,859 have received their second dose, and 3,171,289 have received a third dose or booster.
* Whilst improving, there continues to be large volumes of tests being processed by labs; this has impacted turnaround times resulting in delays between specimen's beings taken and results being received and reported. PHS are continuing to monitor the situation.
on 14 January, 41 new reported death(s) of people who have tested positive.
in the week ending 9 January, 72 deaths were registered where COVID-19 was on the death certificate (Noting that death registrations for this period are affected by public holidays).
Since the start of the outbreak:
10,038 people have died who have tested positive as at 14 January.
12,543 deaths have been registered in Scotland where COVID-19 was mentioned on the death certificate up to 9 January.
29% of COVID-19 registered deaths related to deaths in care homes, 64% were in hospitals and 7% were at home or non-institutional settings (as at 9 January).
1,544 people were in hospital yesterday with recently confirmed COVID-19; of these, 50 were in intensive care.
in addition, yesterday 12 confirmed COVID-19 patients were in intensive care longer than 28 days.
in the week ending 10 January, 1,022 patients with confirmed COVID-19 were admitted to hospital.
in the week ending 13 January, 40 patients with confirmed COVID-19 were admitted to intensive care.
28,706 inpatients who tested positive for COVID-19 have been discharged from hospital since 5 March 2020.
as at 12 January, 1,608 people were delayed in hospital.
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