More than 750 people have now died in Cambridgeshire after contracting Covid-19.
The latest data released by the Government today, January 23, showed that the death toll in Cambridgeshire now stands at 759.
Peterborough has recorded the most deaths, with more than 230, however, Huntingdonshire is not too far behind with 170 and Fenland with almost 150.
There have also now been more than 31,000 local cases of coronavirus confirmed since the outbreak of the pandemic – with more than 3,000 recorded in the latest seven day period.
While Cambridge, Fenland and South Cambridgeshire recorded around 400 new cases in the last seven day period, and East Cambridgeshire only just over 200, Peterborough recorded more than 1,000.
It comes after experts have warned that this lockdown is not strict enough, pointing out several loopholes which they are urging the Government to close before they have an impact on case numbers.
While the country’s infection rate has fallen to between 0.8 and 0.1, there have been stark warnings issued that the new UK strain of the virus could potentially be more deadly than the original.
To find out all the latest near you, we’ve broken down all the latest Government data below.
Cambridgeshire cases by area – whole pandemic
More than 30,000 cases of coronavirus have been recorded across Cambridgeshire since the outbreak of the pandemic.
A total of 31,861 cases have now been recorded in Cambridgeshire, with more than a third of those cases coming from Peterborough alone – which has recorded more than 10,800 cases.
- Cambridge: 4,684
- East Cambridgeshire: 2,310
- Fenland: 3,627
- Huntingdonshire: 5,795
- Peterborough: 10,853
- South Cambridgeshire: 4,592
Cambridgeshire cases by area – last seven days
Once again, Peterborough has recorded the highest number of cases in the latest seven day period.
Cambridgeshire recorded 3,129 cases in the latest seven day period, which ended five days ago.
Of these, more than 1,000 cases were recorded in Peterborough, while most other areas of Cambridgeshire recorded fewer than 500 cases – with the exception of Huntingdonshire which recorded almost 600.
- Cambridge: 409
- East Cambridgeshire: 231
- Fenland: 414
- Huntingdonshire: 594
- Peterborough: 1,045
- South Cambridgeshire: 436
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Cambridgeshire Covid deaths
Across Cambridgeshire, almost 800 people have now sadly died after contracting coronavirus.
Out of the 759 recorded deaths in Cambridgeshire, 233 of them have come from Peterborough – almost a third.
This is people who have died within 28 days of first testing positive for COVID-19.
- Cambridge: 67
- East Cambridgeshire: 60
- Fenland: 149
- Huntingdonshire: 170
- Peterborough: 233
- South Cambridgeshire: 80