Data released this morning by the Office for National Statistics shows three people whose ‘usual residence’ was in the district had Covid-19 mentioned on their death certificates in the week ending October 30 – with the figures including all deaths registered by November 7.
In total 14 people from the Staffordshire Moorlands are listed as dying of all causes in that week and as having their deaths registered by November 7.
Of the deaths of Moorlands residents with Covid-19 since the start of the pandemic a total of 62 have occurred in hospital.
Another 16 took place in care homes, three at home, two in ‘other communal establishments’, one at a hospice and one ‘elsewhere’.
In total 960 people from the Staffordshire Moorlands have died of all causes since the start of 2020 – meaning Covid-19 appears on 8.85 per cent of death certificates issued for residents of the district so far this year.
The latest figures from Public Health England, released on Monday afternoon, show 1,745 Moorlands residents have tested positive for the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic.
The number of weekly registered deaths involving coronavirus has exceeded 1,000 for the first time since June, with 1,379 deaths registered in the week ending October 30, the Office for National Statistics said.
A total of 1,379 deaths registered in England and Wales in the week ending October 30 mentioned Covid-19 on the death certificate, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
It is first time the weekly figure has been above 1,000 since the week ending June 12.
It is also the highest number of deaths involving Covid-19 since the week ending June 5.
The total is up from 978 deaths in the week to October 23 – a jump of 41 per cent.
More than 65,200 deaths involving Covid-19 have now occurred in the UK, new figures show.
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A total of 63,110 deaths have so far been registered in the UK where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate, according to the latest reports from the UK’s statistics agencies.
This includes 57,408 deaths in England and Wales up to October 30 (and registered up to November 7), which were confirmed by the ONS on Tuesday.
Since these statistics were compiled, a further 1,836 deaths are known to have occurred in England, plus 78 in Scotland, 125 in Wales and 82 in Northern Ireland, according to additional data published on the Government’s coronavirus dashboard.
Together, these totals mean that so far 65,231 deaths involving Covid-19 have taken place in the UK.