About this release

This weekly release by Public Health Scotland presents data on COVID-19 across NHSScotland.

Main points

  • From 8 December 2020 to 3 January 2021, 113,459 individuals received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccination, as reported in the Vaccination Management Tool.

 

From 08 December 2020 to 03 January 2021, 113,459 individuals received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccination.
  • In the 24 hour reporting period from 03 January to 04 January 2021, 49.7% of cases tested via the UK Government laboratories had a profile consistent with the new variant of Covid-19.
  • Between 28 May 2020 to 3 January 2021, 114,712 individuals were recorded in the contact tracing software, from which 438,685 contacts have been traced (of which 317,866 were unique).
  • As at 3 January 2021, there have been 136,497 confirmed COVID-19 cases, with 14,167 in the week ending 3 January.
  • In the week ending 3 January there were 315 individuals aged 16-17 and 493 aged 18-19 who tested positive for COVID-19.
  • In the week ending 29 December, there were 566 admissions to hospital with a laboratory confirmed test of COVID-19.
  • In the week ending 2 January there were 77 new admissions to Intensive Care Units (ICUs) for confirmed COVID-19 patients.
  • In the week ending 3 January there were 10,779 people who arrived in Scotland from outside the UK, of which 7,528 were required to quarantine and 2,119 were contacted by the National Contact Tracing Centre.
  • For the week ending 31 December 2020, 0.6% of key healthcare workers tested positive for COVID-19.

Additional charts and data are available to view in the interactive dashboard accompanying this report.

Wider impact detailed analysis

The response to the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to have a wider impact on health and care as a result of the lockdown, economic pressures and changes to health services.

A range of analyses on the impact of COVID-19 across aspects of NHS Scotland is available on the interactive information tool (external website).

Background

Since the start of the outbreak, Public Health Scotland (PHS) has been working closely with the Scottish Government and health and care colleagues to support the surveillance and monitoring of COVID-19 amongst the population. There is a large amount of data being regularly published regarding COVID-19. For example, Coronavirus in Scotland – Scottish Government (external website) and Deaths involving coronavirus in Scotland – National Records of Scotland (external website). This report complements the range of existing data currently available.

 

Find out more

Previous Publications

Versions of the Weekly national respiratory report publication released before 30 November 2022 may be found on the Public Health Scotland website

Versions of the COVID-19 weekly statistical report publication released before 30 November 2022 may be found on the Public Health Scotland website

Open data

View open data for COVID-19 on the Scottish Health and Social Care Open data platform (external website) for:

  • COVID-19 statistical data in Scotland (daily and weekly data available)
  • COVID-19 Vaccination in Scotland (data up to 14 September 2022)
  • Hospital onset COVID-19 cases in Scotland
  • Enhanced Surveillance of COVID-19 in Scotland
  • COVID-19 Infections in Pregnancy in Scotland

You can also view the open data for the Flu and COVID Winter 2022 Vaccination Programme Uptake

Further data

General enquiries

If you have an enquiry relating to this publication, please contact phs.covid19data&analytics@phs.scot.

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Older versions of this publication

Versions of this publication released before 16 March 2020 may be found on the Data and Intelligence, Health Protection Scotland or Improving Health websites.

Last updated: 07 October 2022
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