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Coronavirus in Bucks: Deaths up by 5

The number of cases in Bucks has also risen, with Aylesbury Vale having the highest number.

Published by Scarlett Bawden-Gaul at 5:41pm 18th May 2020. 2-minute read.

Coronavirus in Bucks: Deaths up by 5

The number of people who have died in Bucks hospitals with COVID-19 has risen by 5.

The total number of people who have passed away with COVID-19 has risen to 110.

It now means that 255 people in the county have died with the illness, as figures last week for carehomes put deaths at 145 people.

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Care homes

In total, 145 care home residents in Buckinghamshire have passed away with coronavirus.

Figures cover the week ending 6th March through to 1st May, but registered up to 9th May.

Aylesbury Vale has the highest number of deaths in care homes at 62.

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Local figures

At the beginning of May Mix96 shared a map showing the impact of coronavirus on local areas which shows roughly where the people who have died with COVID-19 are from, but localised figures also reveal how many cases each area has.

This shows that of the 940 positive COVID-19 cases in Buckinghamshire, 380 are from Aylesbury Vale which is the highest figure in the county.

Wycombe has seen the second highest at 232 positive test results.

The number of positive case results in Chiltern is 183 and the South Bucks figure is currently at 145.

Recently a number of mobile testing sites have arrived in Bucks, with the latest two in Aylesbury and High Wycombe.

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More on the data

The figure of confirmed cases includes those who have recovered from the illness.

Numbers are for Buckinghamshire, excluding Milton Keynes.

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