Data details number of deaths related to coronavirus in South Norfolk in June, down to every town and village
The Office for National Statistics has released new data showing exactly where in South Norfolk people who died from coronavirus are from, allowing people to measure the impact the virus has had on their own areas, down to every village and town.
The data has accounted for every death up to June 30 where Covid-19 was the underlying cause or was mentioned on the death certificate as a contributory factor.
There were four deaths in the Diss Express area in June; one listed under Framlingham and Hacheston; one under Eye, Palgrave, and Occold; and two under Wymondham East and Spooner Row.
The total number of deaths for Diss and the surrounding areas is as follows:
- Scole, Dickleburgh, and Bressingham - 3
- Buckenhams and Snetterton - 4
- Attleborough - 9
- Wymondham East and Spooner Row - 8
- Long Stratton, Carlton Roade, and Tibenham - 3
- Harleston and Pulham - 5
- Fressingfield, Laxfield, and Worlingworth - 3
- Framlingham and Hacheston - 4
- Rickinghall, Walsham le Willows, and Gislingham - 1
- Diss and Roydon - 2
- Hempnall, Ditchingham, and Wortwell - 18
- East Harling, Garboldisham, and Kenninghall - 1
- Eye, Palgrave, and Occold - 5
- Stowupland, Mendlesham, and Bacton - 7
- Debenham, Stonham, and Coddenham - 6
A virtual map is available to view below.
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