Information on the cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and number of deaths for Doncaster. This data will be updated on a regular basis.
- The graph below shows the weekly totals of confirmed COVID 19 cases among Doncaster residents.
- The first laboratory confirmed cases of COVID 19 in Doncaster were on the 10th March 2020.
- As at the 31st July there have been 2,028 confirmed cases of COVID 19 in the borough.
- In the week between the 18th and the 24th July there was a total of 9 confirmed cases, compared to 25 in the previous week.
- The numbers of confirmed cases has been falling since the end of May. Cases increased slightly at the end of June due to an outbreak and increased testing in a nursing home. A management plan was in place for this setting, there have been no more cases and the incident has now been closed.
- There have been 2 cases in the week ending 31st July this should be regarded with caution, and the number of cases may go up as new data becomes available next week.
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- The graph below shows weekly deaths in Doncaster and whether or not they are attributable to COVID 19.
- We have also included a line of “expected deaths.” This shows the average number of deaths you would expect to see in Doncaster at this time of year.
- The first death from COVID 19 was reported in Doncaster at the end of March. The data available in the public domain shows 262 people have died with the virus up until the week ending 10th July.
- The numbers of people dying with COVID 19 peaked at the end of April and has been falling since.
- Between the end of March and the end of May, the numbers of deaths in Doncaster were higher than were expected.
- In the week ending the 17th July 2 people died with COVID 19. The average number of weekly deaths in June was 12. This is the lowest number of deaths since the beginning of April.
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Last updated: 31 July 2020 15:09:55