Latest interactive map shows Covid-19 deaths in East Devon and Exeter

A new interactive map has shown no coronavirus-related deaths were recorded in East Devon or Exeter in July.

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/healthandsocialcare/causesofdeath/articles/deathsinvolvingcovid19interactivemap/2020-06-12

East Devon Reporter eastdevonnews.co.uk 

Latest statistics show fatalities due to the virus have been logged in 16 of the district’s 20 wards and all but one of the city’s 14 areas.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has analysed all deaths involving Covid-19 that occurred between March 1 and July 31, and were registered by August 15.

A total of six coronavirus deaths – in the Budleigh Salterton, Sidmouth, Seaton, Cranbrook, Broadclyst and Stoke Canon, Feniton and Whimple and

Exeter St Thomas West wards – were recorded in June.

 In East Devon, statistics show there have been 11 confirmed fatalities in Seaton.

There have also been ten in in Axminster – five of which occurred in April and five in May.

Nine deaths have been recorded in Exmouth, six of which have been in the Littleham area, two in Halsdon and one in the town ward.

Six deaths have occurred in Sidmouth Town – all of them in April – with one recorded in Sidford in May, and a single fatality in Sidbury, Offwell and Beer.

There have been a total of three deaths in Honiton, three in Budleigh Salterton and one in each of the Ottery St Mary and West Hill; Feniton and Whimple; and Cranbrook, Broadclyst and Stoke Canon wards.

The number is zero in Newton Poppleford, Otterton and Woodbury; Dunkeswell, Upottery and Stockland; and Exmouth Brixington.

The figures are based on coronavirus being confirmed as the underlying cause or mentioned on the death certificate as a contributory factor.

In Exeter, a total of 13 deaths have been recorded in St Thomas, and nine in the Pennsylvania and University ward.

Only Heavitree West and Polsloe has had no fatalities.

Coronavirus-related deaths in East Devon by area

  • Axminster – 10
  • Budleigh Salterton – 3
  • Clyst, Exton and Lympstone – 1
  • Cranbrook, Broadclyst and Stoke Canon  – 1
  • Dunkeswell, Upottery and Stockland – 0
  • Exmouth Town – 1
  • Exmouth Littleham  – 6
  • Exmouth Halsdon – 2
  • Exmouth Withycombe Raleigh – 0
  • Exmouth Brixington  – 0
  • Feniton and Whimple – 1
  • Honiton South and West – 2
  • Honiton North and East – 1
  • Kilmington, Colyton and Uplyme – 1
  • Ottery St Mary and West Hill – 1
  • Poppleford, Otterton and Woodbury – 0
  • Seaton – 11
  • Sidbury, Offwell and Beer – 1
  • Sidmouth/Sidford – 1
  • Sidmouth Town – 6

Coronavirus-related deaths in Exeter by area

  • Alphington and Marsh Barton – 4
  • Countess Wear and Topsham – 1
  • Central Exeter – 1
  • Exwick and Foxhayes – 1
  • Heavitree East and Whipton South – 1
  • Heavitree West and Polsloe – 0
  • Middlemoor and Sowton – 2
  • Mincinglake and Beacon Heath – 1
  • Pennsylvania and University – 9
  • Pinhoe and Whipton North – 1
  • St James’s Park and Hoopern – 2
  • St Leonard’s – 1
  • St Thomas West – 13
  • St Thomas East – 1

Points on the map are placed at the centre of the local area they represent and do not show the actual location of deaths.

The size of the circle is proportional to the number of deaths.

The ONS says that, to protect confidentiality, a small number of deaths have been reallocated between neighbouring areas.

Figures exclude deaths of non-residents and are based on May 2020 boundaries.

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