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Coronavirus Suffolk: New data shows where people who died with Covid-19 are from

New data showing a breakdown of where people who died with coronavirus are from has been released by the Office for National Statitisics (ONS) today.

The breakdown shows confirmed deaths where Covid-19 was the underlying cause or was mentioned on the death certificate as a contributory factor.

The deaths, listed under geographical statistical areas, occurred between March 1 and April 17 and were registered by April 18.


For the West Suffolk, Mid Suffolk and Thetford areas, the number of confirmed deaths are as follows:

  • Bury St Edmunds Central - Two
  • Eastgate and Southgate in Bury - Two
  • Moreton Hall - None
  • Bury St Edmunds West - One
  • Howard estate and Northgate in Bury - None
  • Fornham, Great Barton and Rougham - Two
  • Barrow, Chedburgh and Sicklesmere - Two
  • Ixworth, Honington and Barnham - One
  • Thurston, Badwell Ash and Elmswell North - None
  • Elmswell South, Haughley, Beyton and Felsham - None
  • Lavenham, Bildeston and Brettenham - One
  • Glemsford and Lawshall - None
  • Clare, Cavendish and Wickhambrook - None
  • Red Lodge, Icklingham and Moulton - None
  • Mildenhall - One
  • Beck Row, Eriswell and Barton Mills - None
  • Lakenheath - None
  • Brandon - One
  • Thetford South - None
  • Thetford North - One
  • Thetford Central and East - None
  • East Harling, Garboldisham and Kenninghall - One
  • Stanton and Barningham - None
  • Rickinghall, Walsham-le-Willows and Gislingham - None
  • Stowupland, Mendlesham and Bacton - Three
  • Stowmarket Outer, Finborough and Battisford - Six
  • Stowmarket West - One
  • Stowmarket East and Needham Market North - One
  • Stowmarket West - One
  • Debenham, Stonham and Coddenham - Four
  • Needham Market South and Great Blakenham - Two
  • Claydon and Bramford - Three

The ONS said a small number of deaths were reallocated between neighbouring areas to protect confidentiality.

The figures exclude deaths of non-residents and are based on February 2020 boundaries.

The data can be viewed below.

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.

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