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New map reveals number of deaths due to Covid-19 across Gedling borough

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The number of deaths in the neighbourhoods within Gedling borough are revealed in a new map.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has updated its map showing mortality rates at postcode level and shows where some of the worst hit areas have been for the months of March, April and May.

The figures exclude the deaths of non-residents in the area and are included when COVID-19 was the underlying cause or was mentioned on the death certificate as a contributory factor.

ONS figures see some delays while information is filtered through to them.

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People can enter their postcode to find figures for their area.

The data reveals area by area deaths in the period March to May where coronavirus was mentioned on a death certificate as a cause.

The map shows 114 deaths in Gedling borough.

One of the postcodes with the highest numbers is the Woodthorpe and Arvo Vale with 20, while Gedling South counted 18.

The breakdown for Gedling borough is:

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Arnold Town – 6

Bestwood Village – 10

Burton Joyce & Lambley – 8

Calverton & Woodborough – 6

Carlton – 5

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Carlton Hill – 4

Daybrook – 3

Gedling North – 13

Gedling South – 18

Mapperley and Porchester – 3

Netherfield & Colwick – 2

Plains Estate – 7

Ravenshead & Newstead 1

Redhill – 8

Woodthorpe and Arno Vale – 20

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