Coronavirus: Interactive map shows number of Covid-19 deaths in each area of Cambridgeshire and throughout England
New data shows the number of coronavirus-related deaths by area.
The information, released by the Office for National Statistics, is available via the interactive map, below, which is searchable by postcode.
It covers the number of deaths where Covid-19 was registered between March 1 and June 30, 2020.
Data covers geographical areas known as middle layer super output areas, which contain broadly similar size populations of between 5,000 and 15,000 people - and typically of about 8,000.
The data excludes the deaths of non-residents.
Covid-19 deaths in Cambridge
In Cambridge, the most Covid-19 related deaths occurred in King’s Hedges, where there were 25, while there were 18 in East Chesterton and 12 in West Chesterton.
Covid-19 deaths in South Cambridgeshire
In South Cambridgeshire, Hardwick and Highfields recorded the most Covid-19 deaths, with 10, while there were six in Histon, Impington and Orchard Park.
Covid-19 deaths in East Cambridgeshire
In East Cambridgeshire, Swaffham and Bottisham is the worst affected area, with 19 Covid-19 related deaths, followed by Little Downham and Sutton, which had eight, including the only one in the district during June.
Covid-19 deaths in Huntingdonshire
In Huntingdonshire, the area designated as Huntingdon Hartford was the worst affected, with 17 deaths.
Covid-19 deaths in Fenland
In Fenland, March West has had the most coronavirus deaths, with 13.
Covid-19 deaths in Peterborough
And in Peterborough, Bretton Park has recorded the most Covid-19 related deaths, with 15 from March to June.
For the latest data on the number of cases in your area, see our coronavirus tracker story.
Statistics have shown that coronavirus deaths disproportionately affected the more deprived areas of society.
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