As the Confirmed deaths involving covid19 rates start to decline within the UK. It is quite clear that the national reporting has made us all aware of the daily infections/deaths. However, the ONS have been publishing collated data for each parish within the UK. As the downward trend continues and there have been some success with track and trace. Detailed below is the most up to date map per area. It shows confirmed deaths involving covid19 and others causes.
Intereactive map -Deaths involving covid19
Of the 33 London Boroughs, 26 had a statistically significantly higher age-standardised mortality rate than the England and Wales average. Nine out of the ten local authorities in England and Wales with the highest age-standardised mortality rates were all London Boroughs. The area with the highest overall age-standardised mortality rate involving COVID-19 in England and Wales was Brent, with a rate of 210.9 deaths per 100,000 population, followed by Newham with a rate of 196.8 deaths per 100,000 population and Hackney with a rate of 182.9 deaths per 100,000 population.
Outside of London Boroughs
The non-London local authorities with the highest age-standardised mortality rates included Middlesbrough with an age-standardised mortality rate of 169.2 deaths per 100,000 population, Hertsmere with a rate of 161.6 deaths per 100,000 population and Salford with a rate of 159.9 deaths per 1000,000 population. These mortality rates were also statistically significantly higher than the England and Wales average.
Further reporting on deaths involving covid19
As we move into the next phase in the battle with covid19 with the easing of restrictions. We will closely monitor the data coming from the government and the ONS. A follow up article detailing the super output areas will follow early next week. If you would like to kept up to date with posts like Deaths Involving Covid19-Update, please follow the website and our social media channels.