These are the areas in Northumberland with the highest and lowest numbers of Covid-19 deaths

New statistics have revealed there were over 270 coronavirus-related deaths in Northumberland over a three-month period.

Friday, 24th July 2020, 3:44 pm
Updated Friday, 24th July 2020, 3:46 pm

Data from the Office for National Statistic shows there were 273 Covid-19 deaths across the county between March 1 and June 30, 2020, and recorded by July 11.

In total, figures show 22 coronavirus-related deaths were recorded in Northumberland in June.

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The most were in Cramlington Town & Beaconhill where 34 of the 81 deaths (42%) were put down to Covid-19.

The second highest was Blyth Town with 21 of 67 deaths (31%) were attributed to it, followed by Blyth Cowpen where 20 of 56 deaths (36%).

At the other end of the scale, there were no Covid-19 deaths in Haydon Bridge and Allendale or Ashington South.

There were three Covid-19 deaths in Alnwick.

Here is a full breakdown of deaths in Northumberland – including the number and equivalent percentage of deaths where a person had contracted coronavirus – by area.

The figures are for between March 1, 2020 and June, 30, 2020:

(Area: number of Covid-related deaths, total number of deaths, Covid deaths as a percentage of total deaths)

Cramlington Town & Beaconhill: 34, 81, 42%

Guide Post & Stakeford: 17, 44, 39%

Blyth Cowpen: 20, 56, 36%

Cramlington South: 9, 25, 36%

Blyth Town: 21, 67, 31%

Blyth Isabella: 8, 26, 31%

Amble, Shilbottle & Swarland: 17, 61, 28%

Newbiggin: 9, 35, 28%

Morpeth South & West: 8, 29, 28%

Ponteland: 6, 23, 26%

Bedlington Town: 11, 44, 25%

North Cramlington: 1, 4, 25%

Longhoughton & Alnmouth: 10, 47, 21%

Longhorsley, Hepscott & Capheaton: 4, 19, 21%

Seaton Delaval & Seghill: 4, 20, 20%

East Cramlington & Parkside: 7, 36, 19%

Ashington Hirst: 7, 37, 19%

Blyth Newsham: 4, 21, 19%

Bellingham, Otterburn & Redesdale: 3, 16, 19%

Holywell & Hartley: 7, 41, 17%

Berwick-upon-Tweed West & Holy Island: 5, 29, 17%

Blyth South: 3, 18, 17%

Ashington East: 3, 21, 14%

Haltwhistle & Bardon Mill: 3, 22, 14%

Bedlington Station & Sleekburn: 6, 48, 13%

Prudhoe: 7, 53, 13%

Darras Hall, Stamfordham & Heddon: 2, 16, 13%

Widdrington, Lynemouth & Hadston: 6, 49, 12%

Seahouses, Belford & Wooler: 5, 42, 12%

Morpeth Central & East: 4, 33, 12%

Morpeth North & Pegswood: 3, 25, 12%

Wylam & Ovingham: 2, 17, 12%

Rothbury & Longframlington: 3, 28, 11%

Alnwick: 3, 31, 10%

Berwick-upon-Tweed Town: 4, 46, 9%

Hexham & Acomb: 4, 52, 8%

Stocksfield, Riding Mill & Corbridge: 2, 44, 5%

Ashington West: 1, 29, 3%

Haydon Bridge & Allendale: 0, 23, 0%

Ashington South: 0, 9, 0%

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