Just one postcode in the whole of Wales has had zero Covid deaths, new data has revealed.
There are just 13 in England and one in Wales that recorded no deaths due to Covid – where coronavirus was the main cause of death - up to April, 2021.
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The only place in Wales to have recorded no deaths due to Covid-19 was LLandudno Junction South and Llansanffraid Glan, Conwy.
The report also said that in January, 2021, the mortality rate in Wales was highest in Bridgend.
The ONS report said: "Some neighbourhoods saw more than twice as many residents die than would have been expected for the time of year during the spring and summer of 2020, while excess deaths were spread out over a longer period in the following autumn and winter.
"At an individual neighbourhood level between March and July, 2020, some of the hardest hit places for overall excess deaths were spread across the north of England, Midlands and south of England.
"There were around 200 neighbourhoods where the number of deaths was at least double what would normally have been expected during those five months."
The report added that, as 2021 began with a third national lockdown, there were many areas in both England and Wales with high mortality rates.
"In January, 2021, the mortality rate in England was highest in Barking and Dagenham. In Wales, the highest was in Bridgend.
"Since March, 2021, deaths in England and Wales returned to average or near to average for the time of year, although deaths due to Covid-19 increased again in July."
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The full list of areas registering no deaths with COVID-19 as the main cause between March, 2020 and April, 2021
- Bristol City Centre, Bristol
- Hartcliffe, Bristol
- Llandudno Junction South and Llasanffraid Glan Conwy, Conwy
- Mid Saltash, Cornwall
- Torpoint, Cornwall
- Dunkesewell, Upottery and Stockland, East Devon
- Isles of Scilly, Isles of Scilly
- Leeds City Centre, Leeds
- Castlefield and Deansgate, Manchester
- Barnstaple Sticklepath, North Devon
- Weston Winterstoke, North Somerset
- Tamerton Foliot, Plymouth
- Eynsham & Stanton Harcourt, West Oxfordshire
- Dunster, Dulverton and Exmoor, West Somerset
The latest data published by Public Health Wales (PHW) on Wednesday, August 4, has confirmed that there were 608 new cases identified in the 24 hours up to Tuesday morning, bringing the total number of cases since the pandemic began to 243,857.
Four new deaths have been reported, meaning the total number of people who have died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 has risen to 5,620. Covid vaccinations are now set to be offered to all 16 and 17-year-olds in Wales.
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