From NHS Scotland today:
2 (0.1%) were reported as probable hospital onset (first positive specimen on days 8 to 14 of admission to NHS board). In the previous week (week ending 11 April 2021) there were 3 (0.2%).
0 (0.0%) were reported as definite hospital onset (first positive specimen date was 15 or more days after admission to NHS board). In the previous week (week ending 11 April 2021) there were 3 (0.2%).
So, 0 or 0% of Covid cases in Scottish hospitals were definitely caught there.
Unlike NHS Scotland, NHS England does not publish regular hospital onset data. However, Jeremy Hunt, chair of the UK’s Health and Social Care Select Committee, is calling for an investigation into the high number of people catching Covid in hospitals because:
15%, even now? 15% compared to 0%. Where’s Lisa Summers?