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44 more people die in Greater Manchester hospitals after testing positive for coronavirus

direct to your inboxA further 44 people have died in Greater Manchester's hospitals after contracting coronavirus.The region's hospital death toll has risen to 4,504, the latest NHS figures show.Seventeen more deaths have been recorded at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust in the last 24 hours.The trust's figures include those for the Manchester Royal Infirmary and Wythenshawe Hospital.Meanwhile, eight more deaths were confirmed by Stockport NHS Foundation Trust.Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust recorded six more deaths.

The organisation runs the Royal Oldham Hospital, North Manchester General, Rochdale Infirmary and Fairfield General.Bolton NHS Foundation Trust, recorded five more deaths, Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS.

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