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Map shows where areas worst-hit by coronavirus are in Lincolnshire and Rutland

A new map has revealed the number of Covid-19 deaths across Stamford, Rutland, Bourne and the Deepings and is searchable by postcode.

The data, from the Office for National Statistics, shows where some of the worst hit areas have been for the months of March, April and May.

The figures exclude the deaths of non-residents in the area and are included when Covid-19 was the underlying cause or was mentioned on the death certificate as a contributory factor.

ONS figures see some delays while information is filtered through to them.

ONS figures have revealed a number of patterns nationally, including that people were dying at more than double the rate in the poorest areas compared to the richest and that deprived areas are disproportionately hit by COVID-19.

The map can be seen here.

The map by the Office for National Statistics (36535272)
The map by the Office for National Statistics (36535272)

Some other key figures from the interactive map include:

  • Stamford has 7 deaths - five in Stamford Central, West and South and 2 in Stamford North
  • Langtoft, Thurlby and Uffington have 3 deaths
  • Market Deeping has 2 deaths - both in May
  • Bourne had 19 deaths, with 10 in Bourne West and nine in Bourne East.
  • Oakham East has had 11 deaths
  • Oakham West, Langham and Whissendine has 2 deaths
  • Uppingham has 2 deaths
  • Ketton, Ryhall and Luffenham has five deaths
  • Glinton, Northborough and Maxey has 1 death
  • Oundle, Warmington and Titchmarsh has 12 deaths
  • Corby Glen, Ropsley and Grantham outskirts has 1 death

Elsewhere in Lincolnshire, Grantham has 11 deaths in total, with five of those in the Grantham North West area and Spalding South West has 11 deaths recorded in the figures, contributing the most to the total of 16 deaths in the town.

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