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Swine flu deaths in Scotland

The NHS in Scotland keeps a detailed log of statistics relating to the H1N1 disease, otherwise known as swine flu.

Weekly reports are released containing information such as the daily average GP consultation rate for Scotland; the proportion of calls to NHS 24; age groups affected and school pupil absence rates.

Here, is a table summarising the number of known hospitalisations due to the virus and the total number of deaths linked to swine flu.

For a more in-depth look at the NHS Scotland figures click here

SWINE FLU DEATHS IN SCOTLAND
NHS Board GP VISITS PER 100,000 POP DEATHS
Ayrshire & Arran 81.2 7
Borders 189.7 3
Dumfries & Galloway 185.4 3
Fife 87 6
Forth Valley 76.5 1
Grampian 73.4 2
Grt Glasgow & Clyde 167.5 26
Highland 103.6 3
Lanarkshire 76.4 5
Lothian 72.3 9
Orkney 92.8 0
Shetland 275.1 0
Tayside 124.1 1
Western Isles 375.3 0
TOTAL 110.9 66
Source: Influenza Situation Report: Scottish Government




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