Overslade and Bilton hardest hit area in Rugby Borough for deaths in people who tested positive for Covid-19

The figures were released today, June 12

Friday, 12th June 2020, 5:41 pm

The latest figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) reveal that Overslade and Bilton was the hardest hit area for deaths in people who tested positive for Covid-19 in the borough in March and May.

Released today, June 12, the figures cover March 1 to May 31, listing the number of people who died after testing positive for Covid-19, and then giving the total number of deaths from all causes.

These figures are based on the postcode of the deceased - meaning that Rugby residents who died while receiving treatment at UHCW in Coventry will be included.

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The figures, ranked from worst to least affected, are as follows:

Overslade and Bilton: 21, with 55 deaths from all causes.

Hillmorton: Eight, with 33 deaths from all causes.

Town North and Newbold on Avon: Eight, with 34 deaths from all causes.

Brinklow, Wolvey and Clifton: Eight, with 44 deaths from all causes.

Dunchurch, Stretton-on-Dunsmore and Marton: Seven, with 23 deaths from all causes.

Wolston, Binley Woods and Ryton: Six, with 20 deaths from all causes.

Town South and School: Four, with 17 deaths from all causes.

Cawston and Long Lawford: Three, with 21 deaths from all causes.

Eastlands: One, with 13 deaths from all causes.

New Bilton: One, with 20 deaths from all causes.

Brownsover: Zero, with eight deaths from all causes.