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The position in Plymouth

Updated: Wednesday 1 February 2023

Following the ending of free Covid testing for most people as part of the Government's 'Living with Covid' plan, from the end of March 2022 the figures showing the number of cases no longer provide an accurate picture of the levels of the virus within our community.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) monitors Covid rates nationally through its Coronavirus Infection Survey.

Covid-19 cases in Plymouth

During the week 14 January to 20 January there were 66 new cases confirmed in Plymouth, a decrease on the previous week total of 102.

This is a rate of 25.2 per 100,000 people. This is above the current rate for England, which is 22.1 per 100,000 people.

The total number of confirmed cases in Plymouth since the start of the outbreak is 100,930. 

Number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Plymouth by week

graph showing number of cases of COVID-19 in Plymouth by week

Source: coronavirus.data.gov.uk

Deaths from COVID-19 

A total of 457 Plymouth resident deaths have been associated with COVID-19 since the start of the outbreak. 

During the week 7 January to 13 January there were seven Plymouth residents registered deaths associated with COVID-19. This is an increase compared to the previous week.

Total number of registered deaths and deaths associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Plymouth by week

graph show covid related deaths in Plymouth

Source: Office for National Statistics