Coronavirus by postal code: how many confirmed cases exist in your area


The coronavirus epidemic continues to grow across the UK, as confirmed cases and deaths increase.

In the UK, an additional 569 deaths have been recorded in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths to 2,921.

Liverpool ECHO wants to make sure you can stay up to date with the latest statistics and figures regarding the disease.

Using our handy tool, which is powered by data from Public Health England, will allow people to see the number of confirmed cases and deaths by their postal code.

Just enter your zip code in the interactive widget and it will provide you with local and national information related to the coronavirus.

The widget will provide detailed information following the coronavirus pandemic.

View cases in your area by entering your postal code:

By 9 a.m. on April 2, a total of 163,194 people in the UK had been tested, of which 33,718 were positive.

In Liverpool, another 21 people died after being tested positive between March 19 and April 1.

The Wirral University Hospital Trust also recorded five other deaths, bringing its total to 19.

St Helens and Knowsley Trust recorded two more deaths in the latest update, bringing its total to eight.

And after recording its first five deaths on April 1, Southport and the Ormskirk Trust have recorded three more deaths, bringing its total to eight.


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