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Office for National Statistics (ONS)
We have also published our figures for deaths registered in the week ending 3 April 2020 (week 14). The provisional number of deaths registered in England and Wales in the week ending 3 April 2020 was 16,387
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Office for National Statistics (ONS) Apr 14
Replying to @ONS
This is an increase of 5,246 deaths registered compared with the previous week (week 13) and 6,082 more than the five-year average for this week in the year
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Office for National Statistics (ONS) Apr 14
Replying to @ONS
Of the deaths registered in week ending 3 April 2020, 3,475 mentioned "novel coronavirus (COVID-19)" on the death certificate, which is 21.2% of all deaths. This compares with 539 (4.8% of all deaths) in the previous week
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Office for National Statistics (ONS) Apr 14
Replying to @ONS
In London nearly half (46.6%) of deaths registered in week ending 3 April 2020 involved COVID-19. The West Midlands also had a high proportion of COVID-19 deaths, accounting for 22.1% of deaths registered in this region
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Office for National Statistics (ONS) Apr 14
Replying to @ONS
Of deaths involving COVID-19 registered up to week ending 3 April 2020, 90.2% (3,716 deaths) occurred in hospital, with the remainder occurring in hospices, care homes and private homes
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Eh? I? Apr 15
Replying to @ONS
May I point out that the chosen colour scheme is very hard to distinguish. Perhaps consider using different line styles too?
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Office for National Statistics (ONS) Apr 15
Replying to @Aug24
Hi, thanks for your message, we've fed that back to the relevant team ^Jac
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Richard_Dubourg Apr 14
Replying to @Christo75118472 @ONS
Because the ONS is also the national stats body for England, and health statistics have been devolved.
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J Calvert Apr 14
Replying to @Shiv_r04 @ONS
It'd also help some people blame the victims for their own deaths.
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