Coronavirus in Portsmouth: The postcode areas that have had 0 coronavirus deaths in Hampshire

FIGURES released by the Office of National Statistics show the areas in Hampshire that have had zero coronavirus deaths.

Tuesday, 16th June 2020, 10:36 am
Updated Tuesday, 16th June 2020, 10:39 am

The data covers the time between early March and end of May.

Figures exclude deaths of non-residents and are based on May 2020 boundries.

The ONS data include the provisional number of deaths taking place between March 1 and May 31 in England and Wales, as well as the figures of deaths from all causes in the areas.

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Here are the places with zero Covid-19 deaths as of May 31, according to the ONS figures:

Portsmouth

- Wymering – 0 confirmed deaths, deaths from all causes 11.

Police presence on Eastney beach, Southsea on 15 April 2020. Picture: Habibur Rahman

- Southsea Prince Albert Road – 0 confirmed deaths, deaths from all causes 5.

- Old Portsmouth and Southsea Common – 0 confirmed deaths, deaths from all causes 20.

New Forest

- Marchwood and Dibden – 0 confirmed deaths, deaths from all causes 9.

Police presence on Eastney beach, Southsea on 15 April 2020. Picture: Habibur Rahman

Test Valley

- Valley Park – 0 confirmed deaths, deaths from all causes 9.

Basingstoke and Deane

- Hatch Warren – 0 confirmed deaths, deaths from all causes 7.

People in Southsea. Picture: Habibur Rahman

Hart

- Fleet North, Elvetham Heaht and Ancells Farm – 0 confirmed deaths, deaths from all causes 25.

What did the ONS figures show?

London had the highest age-standardised mortality rate with 85.7 deaths per 100,000 persons involving COVID-19.

The ONS says this was statistically significantly higher than any other region and almost double the next highest rate.

Police presence in Southsea on 27 March 2020. Picture: Habibur Rahman

The local authorities with the highest age-standardised mortality rates for deaths involving COVID-19 were all London Boroughs.

Newham had the highest age-standardised rate with 144.3 deaths per 100,000 population followed by Brent with a rate of 141.5 deaths per 100,000 population and Hackney with a rate of 127.4 deaths per 100,000 population.

The age-standardised mortality rate of deaths involving COVID-19 in the most deprived areas of England was 55.1 deaths per 100,000 population compared with 25.3 deaths per 100,000 population in the least deprived areas.

Nick Stripe, Head of Health Analysis, said: ‘By mid-April, the region with the highest proportion of deaths involving COVID-19 was London, with the virus being involved in more than 4 in 10 deaths since the start of March.

‘In contrast, the region with the lowest proportion of COVID-19 deaths was the South West, which saw just over 1 in 10 deaths involving coronavirus.

‘The 11 local authorities with the highest mortality rates were all London boroughs, with Newham, Brent and Hackney suffering the highest rates of COVID-19 related deaths.

‘People living in more deprived areas have experienced COVID-19 mortality rates more than double those living in less deprived areas.

‘General mortality rates are normally higher in more deprived areas, but so far COVID-19 appears to be taking them higher still.’

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