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Coronavirus UK: how many confirmed cases are in your area?




Latest figures from public health authorities on the spread of Covid-19 in the United Kingdom. Find out how many cases have been reported near you

Please note: these are government figures on numbers of confirmed cases - some people who report symptoms are not being tested, and are not included in these counts.

Confirmed UK cases
33,718
 
New cases
4,244
 
UK deaths
2,921

England
28,221
 
Scotland
2,602
 
Wales
2,121
 
NI
774
Data from Public Health England at 10:07 BST 3 Apr 2020.

Cases by local area

Listed by local authority for England, health board for Scotland and Wales. Local statistics for Northern Ireland are available here

About this data

These figures come from data published by Public Health England, working with the Department for Health and Social Care and Health Protection Scotland. Some of the numbers are updated daily, though others may be updated more regularly.

About Covid-19

Since first being identified as a new coronavirus strain in patients from the city of Wuhan in Hubei province, China, late last year, covid-19 has spread around the globe.
The virus can cause pneumonia. Those who have fallen ill are reported to suffer coughs, fever and breathing difficulties. You can find out more about thsymptoms and the latest government guidance here.
There are things you can do to protect yourself and slow the spread of the virus. Chief among them are regularly washing your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water, and catching coughs and sneezes in tissues.

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