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    Cyswllt:
  • Dyddiad y datganiad:
    21 June 2022
  • Cyhoeddiad nesaf:
    28 June 2022

About this Dataset

Provisional counts of the number of deaths registered in England and Wales, by age, sex and region, in the latest weeks for which data are available. Includes the most up-to-date figures available for deaths involving coronavirus (COVID-19).

Edition in the dataset

2022 edition of this dataset

Previous versions of this data are available.

2021 edition of this dataset up to week ending 31 December 2021

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2020 edition of this dataset up to week ending 1 January 2021

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2019 edition of this dataset up to week ending 27 December 2019

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2018 edition of this dataset up to week ending 28 December 2018

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2017 edition of this dataset up to week ending 29 December 2017

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2016 edition of this dataset up to week ending 30 December 2016

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2015 edition of this dataset up to week ending 1 January 2016

2014 edition of this dataset up to week ending 26 December 2014

2013 edition of this dataset up to week ending 27 December 2013

2012 edition of this dataset up to week ending 28 December 2012

2011 edition of this dataset up to week ending 30 December 2011

2010 edition of this dataset up to week ending 31 December 2010

Nodiadau pwysig a gwybodaeth ynghylch defnyddio

  • In the week ending 10 June 2022 (Week 23), 11,742 deaths were registered in England and Wales; this was 17.5% above the five-year average (1,753 excess deaths).

  • The number of deaths in week 22 and week 23 were affected by the two bank holidays on 2 June and 3 June 2022; caution is needed when comparing across weeks and with the five-year average.

  • The number of deaths registered in England in the week ending 10 June 2022 (Week 23) was 10,960; this was 17.0% above the five-year average (1,596 excess deaths).

  • The number of deaths registered in Wales in the week ending 10 June 2022 (Week 23) was 756; this was 24.5% above the five-year average (149 excess deaths).

  • Of the deaths registered in Week 23 in England and Wales, 284 mentioned “novel coronavirus (COVID-19)”, accounting for 2.4% of all deaths; this was 98 more deaths with “novel coronavirus (COVID-19)” mentioned compared with the previous week.

  • Of the deaths registered in Week 23 in England, 271 mentioned “novel coronavirus (COVID-19)”, accounting for 2.5% of all deaths; in Wales, 12 deaths mentioned “novel coronavirus (COVID-19)”, accounting for 1.6% of all deaths.

  • Of the 284 deaths involving COVID-19 in Week 23, 58.1% (165 deaths) had this recorded as the underlying cause of death, consistent with 58.1% in Week 22.

  • Using the most up-to-date data we have available, the number of deaths from the week ending 13 March 2020 to the week ending 10 June 2022 was 1,340,316 in England and Wales; of these, 1,255,842 were recorded in England and 82,598 were recorded in Wales.

  • From the week ending 13 March 2020 to the week ending 10 June 2022, the number of deaths involving COVID-19 in England and Wales was 179,693; of these, 169,013 were recorded in England and 10,388 were recorded in Wales.

  • From the week ending 13 March 2020 to the week ending 10 June 2022, the number of excess deaths above the five-year average in England and Wales was 134,928; of these, 129,305 were recorded in England and 6,934 were recorded in Wales.

  • In Week 23 in England and Wales, the number of deaths was above the five-year average in private homes (28.9% above, 746 excess deaths), hospitals (14.5% above, 660 excess deaths), care homes (9.8% above, 201 excess deaths) and other settings (17.9% above, 146 excess deaths).

  • The number of deaths registered in the UK in the week ending 10 June 2022 (Week 23) was 13,275, which was 17.1% above the five-year average (1,943 excess deaths); of these deaths, 334 involved COVID-19, which was 123 more than in Week 22.