Revealed: The places in and around the Rugby borough where people have died after testing positive with Covid-19

In total, there have been about 27 deaths in the surrounding area

Monday, 4th May 2020, 7:44 pm

For the first time, figures have been released on how many people have lost their lives to the coronavirus in the Rugby borough and surrounding areas.

The sobering interactive map has been created by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

It breaks England and Wales down into more than 7,000 neighbourhoods of about 7,000 residents each.

The sobering interactive map on COVID-19 deaths has been created by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

Five out of every six of these areas had seen someone die after contracting Covid-19 by April 17, the figures show.

Locally, there have been 12 deaths in and around the town, with half of those in ther Overslade and Bilton area.

In total, there have been about 27 deaths in the Rugby borough and surrounding area.

Nationally, the worst affected neighbourhood, in Brent, north-west London, had seen 28 people die.

Here are the figures of confirmed deaths for the Rugby borough and surrounding areas, as of May 4 2020:

In and around Rugby

Rugby North and Newbold on Avon - 2

Rugby South - 2

Rugby East - 1

Brownsover - 0

New Bilton - 0

Overslade and Bilton - 6

Hillmorton - 1

Eastlands - 0

Around the Rugby borough

Brinklow, Wolvery and Clifton - 3

Cawston and Long Lawford - 1

Wolston, Binley Woods and Ryton - 4

Dunchurch, Stretton-on-Dunsmore and Marton - 3

Braunston and Crick - 4

In order of highest to lowest

Overslade and Bilton - 6

Wolston, Binley Woods and Ryton - 4

Braunston and Crick - 4

Brinklow, Wolvery and Clifton - 3

Dunchurch, Stretton-on-Dunsmore and Marton - 3

Rugby North and Newbold on Avon - 2

Rugby South - 2

Rugby East - 1

Cawston and Long Lawford - 1

Hillmorton - 1

Brownsover - 0

New Bilton - 0

Eastlands - 0