Six-week-old baby among the latest confirmed deaths with coronavirus
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NHS England confirmed a further 332 people were confirmed to have died after contracting coronavirus, bringing the total to 22,674.
The people who died were aged between 103 and just six weeks old, the statement said.
It also said that 22 of the 332 patients, who were aged between 40 and 96, had no underlying health conditions.
Their families have been informed.
The number of deaths of patients with Covid-19 by region are as follows:
North East & Yorkshire 50
North West 41
South East 35
South West 20
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