Living with COVID-19 and previous COVID-19 statistics updates.

Population testing for COVID-19 has ended. This is part of the national living with COVID-19 strategy.

We publish a weekly report on Wednesdays. We use estimates of how many people have COVID-19 from the Office for National Statistics Coronavirus Infection Survey. Our report includes how many people have been vaccinated, are in hospital or have died after getting coronavirus in Bristol and the surrounding area.

Number of COVID cases in the Bristol area

ONS data for Bristol, BANES, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire has not been updated since 29 June.

1 in 22 Bristol residents are estimated to have had COVID-19 in the last week, this is 4.6% of people in the city.

Graph showing the number of cases of COVID-19 in the region for the last seven days. 1 in 22 people have had COVID-19 in the South West and 1 in 26 people have had COVID-19 in England.

Vaccinations

For people in Bristol over 16 years old:

  • 62% have had a booster or third dose
  • 76% have had a second dose
  • 80% have had a first dose

For children in Bristol aged 12 to 15 years old:

  • 1% have had a booster or third dose
  • 37% have had a second dose
  • 50% have had a first dose

For children in Bristol aged 5 to 11 years old:

  • 4% have had a second dose
  • 12% have had a first dose

Hospitalisations

79 patients are in hospital with COVID-19.

Graph showing the number of confirmed COVID-19 patients occupying hospital beds in Bristol since 2 April 2022. The number peaked to 200 in March/April, dropped to under 50 in May. Since 1 June, the number of people in hospital with COVID-19 has started to increase again. There has been a decrease of patients in hospital with COVID-19 from 87 to 79 since last week.

5 patients are currently in ICU with COVID-19.

Graph showing the number of confirmed COVID-19 patients in intensive care in Bristol since 2 April 2022. There are currently five people in ICU with COVID-19.

Deaths

11 people have died with COVID-19 in Bristol in the last four weeks. This is 4% of all deaths in the period.

Previous reports from the Director of Public Health