No Richmondshire residents died after testing positive for Covid-19 in the week covered by the latest data.
Figures released today by the Office for National Statistics show that 45 people from the district have passed away after testing positive for the virus.
But none of those deaths occurred in week 25 up until June 19, which is the latest week figures have been released for.
Of the 45 deaths so far recorded, 23 were in care homes, 20 were in hospitals and two were at home.
The data includes all deaths, where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate, that occurred up to June 19 but were registered up to June 27.
The statistics reveal that all but one death which occurred in the last five weeks, which data has been released for, took place in a care home.
Here are the deaths in Richmondshire by week and location:
- Week 13 – 3 deaths in hospital
- Week 14 – 2 deaths in hospital
- Week 15 – 1 death in hospital, 1 at home
- Week 16 – 5 deaths in hospital
- Week 17 -4 deaths in hospital, 1 in a care home
- Week 18 – 5 deaths in care home, 3 in hospital
- Week 19 – 5 deaths in care homes, 3 in hospital*
- Week 20 – 6 deaths in care homes
- Week 21 – 1 death in a care home
- Week 22 – 2 deaths in care homes
- Week 23 – 1 death in a care home
- Week 24 – 2 deaths in care homes, one death at home
- Week 25 – 0 deaths
Of the 45 deaths of Richmondshire residents, all occurred after March 29, according to the data.
According to separate Public Health England figures, 135 people in Richmondshire have tested positive for the virus, although this does not include those who have taken the test at the mobile testing stations.
*The number of people who died in week 19 has been adjusted upwards by one in more recent figures.