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Official statistics show 44 people have now died from coronavirus in Gedling borough


Latest official figures reveal that 44 people have now died from coronavirus across Gedling borough since the pandemic began.

Latest numbers also reveal 205 people have tested positive for covid-19.

The latest figures produced by the Office of National Statistics reveal deaths in the following areas:

Redhill – 2 confirmed deaths

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Daybrook – 2 confirmed deaths

Arnold town – 2 confirmed deaths

Burton Joyce – 2 confirmed deaths

Woodthorpe – 9 confirmed deaths

Mapperley Plains – 3 confirmed deaths

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Mapperley & Porchester – 1 confirmed death

Mapperley Park – 2 confirmed deaths

Gedling North – 2 confirmed deaths

Gedling South – 9 confirmed deaths

Carlton Hill – 3 confirmed deaths

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Carlton – 1 confirmed death

Netherfield & Colwick – 1 confirmed death

Calverton – 4 confirmed deaths

Ravenshead & Newstead – 1 confirmed death

The figures record deaths occurring between March 1, 2020 and April 17, 2020 and registered by April 18, 2020

Other government figures show that 205 people in the borough have been diagnosed with the virus.

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A new interactive map shows how many people have died from coronavirus across Gedling borough.

By entering your postcode below, you will be able to see how many covid-19 deaths have occurred in your area.

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