This page provides a set of quick links to a range of data and interactive dashboards presenting analysis of COVID-19 cases within the UK.
Local Government Association
- COVID-19 Cases Tracker – Quick View for Warwickshire
This report compares Warwickshire to the average of its CIPFA nearest neighbours and all English single tier and county councils using daily data on the number of cases of COVID-19 in the area. Figures are collated by Public Health England.
- COVID-19 Cases Tracker – Overview for England
This report show the number of cases of COVID-19 over time, highlighting those local authorities with the highest rates. Figures are collated by Public Health England.
- Potential COVID-19 symptoms reported through NHS Pathways and 111 Online
This dashboard reports on the total number of NHS Pathways triages through 111 and 999 and the total online assessments by 111 Online, which received a potential COVID-19 final disposition. Data is mapped by CCG for England. The interactive charts can be viewed for selected time periods, by age group and by sex.
Public Health England
- UK COVID-19 Cases & Deaths: Daily Update
This dashboard shows daily counts and cumulative totals of lab-confirmed UK cases and Covid-19 associated UK deaths in hospitals.
Below the headline counts, the cumulative totals are disaggregated geographically for the four nations of the UK, NHS Regions and Upper Tier Local Authorities (UTLA), such as Warwickshire and Birmingham.
The dashboard also presents the historical daily data on lab-confimed cases in England since 30 January 2020 and UK deaths in hospitals since 10 March 2020, either as a chart or table. This dashboard does not currently include any data on testing for Covid-19.
Office for National Statistics
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) roundup
Office for National Statistics (ONS) data and analysis are vital for informing the public and the government’s response to COVID-19. This page is a summary of insights from recent data analysis related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and its impact on our economy and society. It will be updated as new publications are released.
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