From a Labour Party freedom of information request, reported in the Guardian today:
Health visitors look after health and development from birth until the age of five. Last year, there were 6,931 full-time equivalent health visitors in England, a drop of 3,378 since the peak of 10,309 in October 2015, figures from Labour showed.
From NHS Scotland in 2019 (latest figures):
At 31 March 2019 the headcount of qualified health visitors was 1,865, 7.4% higher than a year previously. The WTE of these staff had also increased by 7.0% in this period to 1,623.8. Based on the aforementioned estimates, this represents an increase of between 509.1 and 575.9 WTE since 31 March 2014.
England has ten times the population but only 4 times the health visitor staffing (6 931 divided by 1 623) so Scotland has more than twice as many per head of population.
Stillbirths are also twice as common in England as in Scotland: