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This tool contains data from our most recent releases. We are developing it to include additional data. Because of tight timeframes it currently contains data for England only for infections, and England and Wales for deaths. We are working with the devolved administrations to establish what data can be included for the UK in future.

Further information

Daily information on Coronavirus (COVID-19) levels, as well as the latest updates on local restrictions and tiers can be found on the UK government website.

Read more about the different data sources used in this tool and how we collect the data for each.

View all data used in this article


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

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection Survey, UK

    Estimates for England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland. This survey is being delivered in partnership with University of Oxford, University of Manchester, Public Health England and Wellcome Trust.

  • Coronavirus and the social impacts on Great Britain

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  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) weekly insights

    This article brings together latest coronavirus (COVID-19) data in England. Exploring how these measures interact with each other can improve understanding of the severity and spread of the pandemic. This weekly summary gives an overview of the current situation and explores variations for different age groups and regions.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) roundup

    Catch up on the latest data and analysis related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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    The coronavirus pandemic has hit some parts of society harder than others. When looking at social, economic and environmental factors there are differences, particularly for Black and South Asian ethnic groups.