Adam Brown is an English actor and comedian. He is best known for playing the dwarf Ori in Peter Jackson's Hobbit trilogy and Cremble in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.
death of people with learning difficulties in England increased by 134%, while the Corona-Virus-pandemic, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has said.
Between 10. April and 15 may there were 386 deaths, half of them have been confirmed by you or Covid-19 cases suspected.
The CQC said that during the same period in the year 2019, there were 165 deaths.
In a statement, the government said it was investigating, such as "protection of those most At Risk ".
The "targeted" analysis by the CQC of the death of people with a disability and/or autism looked at, it was informed about the care-providers, and also those in which a learning disability was indicated on the death notification form.
found It, it is a 134% increase of the deaths, 53% in relation to coronavirus.Adam Brown died in the hospital, in April at the Age Of 30 -
Figures from The Office for National Statistics for the same period show Covid-deaths in the population, and in England at 34%.
Adam Brown , 30, died on the 29th of April at East Surrey Hospital after contracting coronavirus.
He had learning difficulties and lived in supported living.
When he was sick, he had a very high temperature, but was not tested until he was admitted to the hospital, where he later died.
His other sister, Naomi, added: "Everything, what we wanted to do was see his face or hold his hand or to him in his last moments.
"We Are the awareness of these people, those who do not vote have to. "Testing priorities
Kate Terroni, the CQC said: "We already know that people with disabilities are at increased risk of diseases of the respiratory system, which means that access to the Tests could save the key to the reduction of infection and life. "
Tests are currently a priority for homes, specialising in caring for older people and people with dementia, but not those with learning difficulties or autism.
In a statement, The Department of health said: "We Are working to improve our understanding of how different groups are affected by The Virus , including those with learning difficulties or autism, to be sure, we can give you The Best support and protection to those most At Risk . "
The CQC said its figures had come with "restrictions", to inform as it is mandatory for the provider, The Deceased had a learning disability, and added that if both the NHS and care reports to providers, the same death, duplicates would be created.