In Scotland, in the week ending 8 November 2022, the estimated number of people testing positive for COVID-19 was 97,500 (95% credible interval: 81,100 to 115,900), equating to 1.85% of the population, or around 1 in 55 people (Source: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection Survey, UK - Office for National Statistics)

In the week ending 13 November 2022, there were 47 deaths involving COVID-19 (1 more than the previous week) (Source: National Records of Scotland)

As at 14 November 2022, the number of people waiting for a social care assessment is just under 8000

As at 15 November 2022:

  • for both COVID-19 and Flu, uptake of Winter 2022 vaccinations is highest in White ethnic groups and lowest in African ethnic groups. This compares to a difference of 35.1% for the COVID-19 vaccine and 33.5% for the Flu vaccine
  • for both COVID-19 and Flu, uptake of Winter 2022 vaccinations is highest in the least deprived areas and lowest in the least deprived areas. This compares to a difference of 16.2% for the COVID-19 vaccine and 18.0% for the Flu vaccine

In the latest week ending 20 November 2022:

  • on average there were 606 patients in hospital with COVID-19, an 7.8% decrease from the previous week (13 November 2022)
  • there were 8 new admissions to intensive care units (ICUs) with a laboratory-confirmed test of COVID-19, an increase of 1 from the previous week (13 November 2022)
  • of the 1,653,929 people vaccinated for COVID-19 as part of the Winter 2022 vaccination programme, 91.7% were vaccinated for Flu at the same vaccination appointment 

View the COVID-19 Statistical Repo​rt

Last updated: 23 November 2022
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