Map shows number of coronavirus-related deaths near you by postal code


A new map showing how many coronavirus-related deaths have occurred in every postal code across the country recalls the shocking magnitude of the crisis.

The National Statistics Office has published the map on the official database, allowing anyone to see the number of confirmed confirmed deaths related to the virus in their postal code area.

The government and Public Health England publish daily updates on the total number of Covid-19 deaths since the start of the pandemic.

The current total is 27,510 in the UK and the NHS England updates the regional breakdown of the number of deaths in England daily.

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The Office for National Statistics further decomposes the data, allowing users to find the number of deaths registered in their postal code.

The ONS data include deaths in nursing homes and in the community – as well as in a person’s own home – as they are based on death certificates.

Daily government figures have only recently begun to take into account deaths in nursing homes and are mainly based on deaths in hospitals.

See what the data says about your area by entering your zip code below:

The map is based on what the NSO calls super exit areas, which is a small geographic area that all have populations of similar size and are used to represent the surrounding area.

Each super exit zone is indicated on the map by a green circle, which is placed in the center of the zone it represents and is sized in proportion to the number of deaths in this zone.

There are slight adjustments to the data, with the NSO indicating that a small number of deaths have been reallocated between neighboring areas to protect privacy.

Data indicate deaths that occurred between March 1 and April 17 and occurred before April 18.

This delay is explained by the fact that deaths outside hospitals, officially registered by death certificates, take longer to be registered.

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Deaths in Somerset

Deaths of people who were not resident in the region where the death was registered were not included.

The data include a number of production areas in Bath and Somerset, the majority showing only one or two deaths per area.

The two largest numbers recorded are in Bath, with the Lambridge and Fairfield Park area and the Weston area recording ten and eight deaths, respectively.

Outside of Bath, the areas of Somerset with the most coronavirus-related deaths recorded four in each area.

Somerset’s official balance sheet rose to 113 on May 1.

Talk to someone.

Help lines and useful websites are now available.

Samaritans (116123) operates a 24-hour service available every day of the year. If you prefer to write down your feelings or if you are concerned about being heard over the phone, you can send an email to the Samaritans at [email protected]

Childline (0800 1111) operates a helpline for children and young people in the UK. Calls are free and the number will not appear on your phone bill.

PAPYRUS (0800 068 41 41) is a voluntary organization that supports adolescents and young adults.

Alliance Against Depression is a charity for people with depression. It does not have a helpline, but offers a wide range of useful resources and links to other relevant information.

Students against depression is a website for students who are depressed, moody, or have suicidal thoughts. Bullying UK is a website for children and adults affected by bullying.

The sanctuary (0300 003 7029) operates a 24-hour service available every day of the year, for people who have trouble coping – suffering from depression, anxiety, panic attacks or in crisis.

Every death from coronavirus, or otherwise during the national lockout, is a tragedy for family and friends – more than just a statistic.

But the numbers from the crisis are helping experts find solutions, while reminding us to take the threat seriously and follow the lock rules to stop the spread.

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