Towns and villages of Kent with no recorded coronavirus deaths

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A new map is now showing where Kent people who died from coronavirus come from.

The National Statistics Office has released figures that give a more detailed breakdown of where people lived in the county at the time of their death.

However, data to date only include deaths from COVID-19 in Kent that occurred between March 1 and April 17 and occurred before April 18.

Figures for the two-week period since then have not yet been released, which means that the number of deaths should now be significantly higher in reality.

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Enter your postal code on the ONS interactive map below to see how many coronavirus deaths there have been in your part of the county.

The above map shows another visual breakdown of where coronavirus people died in Kent.

It illustrates where each of the residents of Kent lived at the time of their death, based on the latest ONS figures.

The northwest regions of the county – closer to London – generally recorded more deaths than those further southeast.

Take a look at the list below to see how many coronavirus deaths have been recorded in each part of the county.

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Complete list of deaths from COVID-19 in each region of Kent

The ONS decomposes the figures by local authority, then into names adopted locally for each specific area within the authority.

Medway has recorded the most deaths of all the areas of authority in Kent.

The specific area with the highest number of deaths is Cliftonville West in Thanet with 13.

It also shows where there have been no COVID-19 deaths registered in the county yet.

Cities and towns where no coronavirus deaths have been recorded include Wye, Chilham, Staplehurst, Yalding, New Ash Green, Lydd, Dungeness, New Romney and Birchington.

Here is the detailed breakdown of each region of Kent.

Ashford – 28 deaths

Bybrook, Orchard Park and Godinton: 9

Ashford Central: 5

Park farm: 4

Beaver and Singleton: 2

Brabourne Lees and North Romney: 2

Tenterden and Rolvenden: 2

Charing, Pluckley and Challock: 1

Large map, Bethersden and Woodchurch: 1

Highfield and Willesborough: 1

Kennington and Little Burton Farm: 1

Biddenden, Smarden and High Halden: 0

Hamstreet and Isle of Oxney: 0

Washford and Stanhope: 0

Wye, Chilham and Kennington: 0

Canterbury – 29 deaths

Herne and Broomfield: 4

Herne Bay Parade: 4

Beltinge and Bishopsbourne: 3

Blean Forest, Chartham Hatch and University: 3

Hampton, West End and Swalecliffe: 3

Sturry and Fordwich: 3

Herne Bay South and Greenhill: 2

Whitstable Central and Tankerton: 2

Canterbury Barracks: 1

Canterbury Central and Westgate: 1

Chestfield and South Tankerton: 1

Hoath, Hersden and Littlebourne: 1

Thanington and Chartham: 1

Pont, Bishopsbourne and Barham: 0

Canterbury St Stephen’s: 0

Seasalter: 0

Canterbury South: 0

Whitstable West: 0

Dartford – 43 deaths

Brent and Fleet Estate: 9

Longfield, New Barn and Southfleet: 5

Ebbsfleet and Greenhithe: 4

Joydens wood: 4

Temple Hill and Marshes: 4

Tree Estate: 4

Bean, Darenth and Sutton at Hone: 3

Central Dartford and West Hill: 3

Stone and crossroads: 3

Wilmington and Hawley: 2

Health: 1

Swanscombe: 1

Newtown: 0

Dover – 26 deaths

Deal East: 5

North and West Deal: 3

Ash and Wingham: 2

East Dover: 2

Eythorne and Shepherdswell: 2

Kearsney, River and Whitfield: 2

Kingsdown and St Margaret’s in Cliffe: 2

Mill Hill, Upper Deal and Northbourne: 2

Aylesham and Elvington: 1

Buckland and St Radigunds: 1

West Dover: 1

Elms Vale and Capel-le-Ferne: 1

Sanwich and Eastry: 1

Walmer: 1



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Gravesham – 41 deaths

Westcourt: 8

Milton and Chalk: 5

Northfleet North: 4

Singlewell: 4

City of Gravesend: 3

Northfleet South: 3

Riverview Park: 3

Gravesend South and Coldharbour: 2

Higham and Shorne: 2

Istead Rise and Meopham: 2

Rue Perry: 2

Windmill Hill: 2

Sole Street and Vigo: 1

Maidstone – 30 deaths

Tovil: 6

Allington: 3

Maidstone West: 3

Harrietsham, Hollingbourne and Lenham: 2

Headcorn and Sutton Valence: 2

Coward and Coxheath: 2

Parkwood and Senacre: 2

Penenden Heath: 2

Barming: 1

Boxley and Detling: 1

Bearsted and Downswood: 1

Grove Green: 1

Kingswood, Langley Heath and Chart Sutton: 1

Loose Valley and Boughton Monchelsea: 1

Marden: 1

Ringlestone and Central Maidstone: 1

Mote Park: 0

Staplehurst: 0

Yalding and Farleigh: 0

Medway – 76 deaths

Rochester South East: 5

Chatham Central and Rochester Riverside: 4

Chatham South East: 4

Gillingham South East: 4

Hoo St Werburgh and High Halstow: 4

Parkwood West: 4

Gillingham East: 3

Gillingham North East: 3

Hoo Peninsula: 3

Rainham North West: 3

Strood North and Frindsbury: 3

Wainscott and City area: 3

Capstone: 2

Gillingham Central: 2

Hempstead and Wigmore: 2

Horsted: 2

Rainham South East: 2

Southwest Rochester: 2

Rochester West: 2

Strood South and Marsh Temple: 2

Twydall: 2

Walderslade: 2

Wayfield: 2

Broomhill: 1

Chatham Maritime: 1

Chatham South West: 1

Cliffe: 1

Gillingham North: 1

Gillingham South: 1

Luton: 1

Lordswood: 1

Parkwood East: 1

Rainham North East: 1

Rainham South West: 1

Cuxton and Halling: 0

Rochester East: 0

Settington: 0

Sevenoaks – 41 deaths

Swanley East and Hextable: 9

Sevenoaks Town and Weald: 8

Darenth Valley: 4

West Kingsdown: 4

Sevenoaks West and Chevening: 3

Swanley West: 3

Harley and Hodsoll Street: 2

Kemsing and Otford: 2

Swanley South and Crockenhill: 2

Edenbridge: 1

Hever, Leigh and Penshurst: 1

Knockholt, Shoreham and Dunton Green: 1

Westerham and Brasted: 1

New ash green: 0

Sevenoaks North: 0

Shepway – 23 deaths

Port of Folkestone: 3

Folkestone Morehall and Sandgate: 3

Hythe: 3

Lympne and Palmarsh: 3

Lyminge, Densole and Elham: 2

Rue Cheriton and Horn: 2

Folkestone North East: 2

Hawkinge: 2

Folkestone Foord: 1

Folkestone Central: 1

Saltwood, Seabrook and Etchinghill: 1

Dymchurch, St Mary’s Bay and Brookland: 0

Lydd and Dungeness: 0

New Romney: 0

Live Well Kent provides mental health support services on behalf of the NHS and the Kent County Council.

Support is always available for those who need it over the phone and online instead of face-to-face meetings.

Those in need of support are asked to contact Live Well Kent at 0800 567 7699 or use this online recommendation form

There is also more information on how you can take care of yourself and maintain your mental well-being through a number of resources and apps available on their website.

Kent County Council also provides a service called Release the Pressure, for expert advice from qualified counselors. Contact, KENT text at 85258 or call 0800 107 0160.

Information on local mental health charities can also be found on their website, which you can find here.

Swale – 41 deaths

Sittingbourne Central and Milton Regis: 6

Sittingbourne East: 5

Faversham East: 5

Borden and meads: 4

Teynham and Badlesmere: 3

Sittingbourne South, Bapchild and Bredgar: 3

Sheppey East: 3

Minster North: 3

Iwade and Kemsley: 2

Queenborough: 2

Minster South: 2

Sittingbourne West: 2

Sheerness West: 1

Boughton and sale: 0

Faversham West: 0

Newington, Halstow and Upchurch: 0

Sheerness East: 0

Thanet – 38 deaths

West Cliftonville: 13

Broadstairs South: 5

Cliftonville East and Kingsgate: 3

Westbrook and Garlinge: 3

Westgate: 3

Westwood, Northwood and Bromstone: 3

Dumpton: 2

Minster and St Nicholas-at-Wade: 2

Ramsgate Port: 2

Dane Valley and Northdown Hill: 1

Nethercourt, Pegwell and Cliffsend: 1

Birchington: 0

Broadstairs North: 0

Margate Town: 0

Ramsgate Ellington: 0

Salmestone: 0

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Tonbridge and Malling – 21 deaths

Snodland: 3

East Malling, West Malling and Trottiscliffe: 3

Larkfield and New Hythe: 3

Hildenborough: 2

Tonbridge Trench Wood: 2

Borough Green, Wrotham and Shipbourne: 1

Ditton: 1

Hadlow and East Peckham: 1

Kings Hill and Wateringbury: 1

Paddock wood and Five Oak Green: 1

Tonbridge Higham: 1

Tonbridge South and Haysden: 1

City of Tonbridge: 1

Aylesford, Wouldham and Blue Bell Hill: 0

Tunbridge Wells – 17 deaths

Ferndale and Hawkenbury: 4

Cranbrook, Sissinghurst and Frittenden: 3

Ramslye and Rusthall: 2

Tunbridge Wells West: 2

Goudhurst, Horsmonden and Lamberhurst: 1

Hawkhurst, Benenden and Sandhurst: 1

Paddock wood and Five Oak Green: 1

Southborough West: 1

Tunbridge Wells Central: 1

Southborough East and Longfield Road: 1

Tall brooms and Sherwood: 0

Langton Green, Speldhurst and Bidborough: 0

Pembury and Matfield: 0

Tunbridge Wells South: 0

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