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Coronavirus in Bucks: Rise of 2 cases

Cases reached 1,000 in Buckinghamshire over the weekend.

Published by Scarlett Bawden-Gaul at 5:21pm 3rd June 2020. 2-minute read.

Coronavirus in Bucks: Rise of 2 cases

Buckinghamshire has seen a rise in COVID-19 cases to 1,010. 

Aylesbury Vale is the only area to report a rise since yesterday with 418, this is over 40% of the total cases in the county.

Wycombe has the second highest amount at 246 cases. 

Chiltern follows with 200 positive results and South Bucks have 146 cases currently recorded.

Although the rate of infection in Buckinghamshire is slower here compared to the UK average, cases topped a thousand for the first time over the weekend.

There have been mobile COVID-19 testing sites set up across Buckinghamshire in recent weeks, with more opening through the week.

Mobile coronavirus testing site

Deaths

As no further deaths, of people who have died in Bucks Healthcare NHS Trust hospitals with coronavirus, have been reported the total remains at 117.

Figures released yesterday by the Office for National Statistics put deaths in hospitals in Buckinghamshire at 200, although this may include non-Trust sites.

This data also showed the figure of those who died in the community and how many people in each local area had passed away with coronavirus.

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Care homes

The weekly ONS data also includes deaths of care home residents and has put that figure at 144. 

These numbers, including care home deaths and hospital deaths, differ to those we get each day as the ONS are for local authority level.

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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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