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

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.