No underlying conditions in 5% of coronavirus deaths in English hospitals

Analysis is based on daily statements released by NHS England from 5 March onwards Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The proportion of people dying of coronavirus who do not have underlying conditions has risen in recent weeks, from below 1% to about 5% of the total, Guardian analysis has found. The analysis, based on daily statements released by NHS England from 5 March onwards, found that the propotion of people dying with no underlying conditions had increased sharply in the last three weeks. Continue reading...