This interactive map shows how many people have died from the coronavirus in your Greater Manchester area

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An interactive map shows how many people have died from the coronavirus in your Greater Manchester area.The data has been compiled by the Office for National Statistics since March.

A death is included if “the coronavirus was the underlying cause or was mentioned on the death certificate as a contributing factor”.

To find out the number of deaths in your neighborhood, you can click on the map below.

The data shows some of the areas that have been hit the hardest by the coroanvirus pandemic.

These include Chadderton Central in Oldham which has recorded 33 deaths.

MEN reported in June that 30 of the deaths occurred at a single care home, Chadderton Total Care.

According to the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the service provides care to up to 146 people with “a variety of social and nursing needs, including physical and learning disabilities, dementia-related illnesses and acquired brain damage ”.

Oldham CCG clinical director Dr John Patterson said no concerns were raised regarding the care of residents in the home.

It’s an equally sad story at Higher Broughton, Salford, where there were 32 deaths.

Kersal adviser Ari Leitner, although skeptical of the coronavirus notification, said the death toll could be attributed to a concentration of nursing homes.

Other hot spots include Wythenshawe and Fallowfield West.

Community leaders believe that historical deprivation, overcrowding, and the high number of elderly and young people in the same area may have contributed.

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