Map reveals where Gedling borough coronavirus deaths have been

 Map reveals where Gedling borough coronavirus deaths have been
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The areas worst hit by coronavirus in Gedling borough have been revealed in a new map.

Updated interactive data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) include all deaths where Covid-19 was the underlying cause, or was mentioned on the death certificate as a contributory factor.

It covers the period between March 1 and July 31.

You can find the interactive map below, where you can enter your postcode.

The geographical sections used by the ONS are small areas in Gedling borough which have a similarly sized population and do not necessarily correlate with wards or other political boundaries.

The worst affected area in Gedling borough is Woodthorpe and Arno Vale, which recorded 21 deaths during the five-month period.

18 people died during the same period in Gedling South, with 17of those deaths being recorded in April – at the height of the pandemic.

14 deaths were recorded in Gedling North.

Redhill recorded 8 deaths, Arnold Town recorded 6 deaths, 3 people died in Daybrook and 8 people died as a result of the virus on Plains Estate.

There were 3 deaths in Mapperley & Porchester, 4 deaths on Carlton Hill, 6 deaths in Carlton and 2 deaths in Netherfield & Colwick.

Eight deaths were recorded in Burton Joyce & Lambley and 7 deaths in Calverton and Woodborough.

You can type in your postcode to the interactive map below to see the stats in your area.


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