Covid-19 related infection analysis and death percentages.

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Dear Public Health England,
I have a request under the freedom of information act. To collect an accurate covid-19 infection rate figures to the present date or date of latest data collected. Also relating to Covid-19 deaths anylisis following the Public Health England's latest updates. In which they provided the breakdown of age and ethnicity which is helpful to the public which, of coarse can be found here:

PHE website.

A1. How many people have contracted the infectious virus covid-19 in England and Wales to present date?

A2. The covid-19 notification off infection figures are shown on the weekly NOID's report anylisis summary. Does the figure in your answer A1. Correspond or inline (do they match) with the figure in NOID's total covid -19 data collection from the start of the pandemic in England & Wales to the latest NOID's report?

A2.I Is the figure in your answer A1. Included in the weekly NOID's report summary?

B2. I would like to know how many people have died in your hospitals from covid 19 alone? As in they only died due to covid -19. I can see the figures you published online. But these are deaths within 28 days of a positive covid -19 test. So they could have died from other causes. I just want to know the exact figure from th 1st of February 2020 until 15th of March 2021 or the latest report date you have on record or whichever nearest to the present date. I request to know how many people have died due to covid -19 and nothing else. With a clear breakdown of the age groups
0-18, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-105, Relating to this question please?

3. The percentage and number of people with ''underlying health conditions'' in the overall total. With a breakdown of the age groups 0-18, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-105, relating to this question?

4. The percentage and number of those without underlying health conditions in the overall total. With a breakdown of age groups 0-18, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-105, relating to this question?

I look forward to your response.

Yours faithfully,

Franco Bokor LLH.

FOI, Public Health England

Dear Franco Bokor,

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