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Click on each region to show the number of cases and deaths
Cases and deaths shown by reported number, not per population
This chart uses only the England deaths reported on coronavirus.data.gov.uk.
This chart combines the latest daily death data from the Office for National statistics and the latest England deaths reported on coronavirus.data.gov.uk. Started from the first date over 100 daily deaths.
The deaths are only updated on Tuesdays with the ONS data, in order to include all deaths (inside and outside of hospitals). For daily hospital deaths, visit NHS England
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If you are displaying any signs of coronavirus symptoms, such as:
- a high fever,
- a dry cough,
- or shortness of breath,
then you must follow the government guidelines to self isolate. Do not visit a hospital, GP, or pharmacy.
Call 111 if your symptoms worsen or do not improve for 7 days. Only call 999 if you have an emergency.
For more information, see the Gov.uk guide.
The data shown above has been collected from the
and the Office for National Statistics.
Updates are generally released between 2-6pm GMT, and this site is updated every Tuesday.
At present, many deaths and cases are released on the most recent day and then later added to the correct date. This most commonly occurs with the death data, as some deaths are released weeks after they happened. As a result, the daily death rate and cases are constantly changing.
Unlike all the other nations, the English testing data has not been released on the usual government sites. As such, it cannot be accurately retrieved or updated and so has not been included on this site. The number of individuals tested in England for the 'Percentage of English' chart is calculated using the data from the other nations.
As a large number of English cases have not been confirmed by the government (those that are tested in the National Testing Centres), the fatality rates for those who tested positive became too unreliable to display on this site.
These two areas have frequently been grouped together in data released by the government, up until late April. To maintain consistency in data collection, they are represented together here.
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