According to the latest coronavirus figures there have been no new deaths registered in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
The Office of National Statistics has released the weekly coronavirus death toll since the pandemic began back in March.
But the latest figures show the number of coronavirus deaths has not increased across the ancient borough.
It means a total of 144 people have now been confirmed dead after testing positive for Covid-19 across Newcastle.
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Of these deaths, 47 came from a care home environment, six were from home, two in hospices, and 88 from hospitals.
It also includes one person who passed away in another communal setting.
Nationally the number of deaths involving COVID-19 decreased or remained the same across the majority of the English regions, with six of the nine regions having fewer overall deaths than the five-year average.
While the number of deaths has remained the same over the past week there have been two new infections in the Newcastle area.