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This is a public beta version of this dashboard. It may change without notice. We welcome your feedback about this release.
Enter a postcode, choose a distance from the postcode, and click the 'Go' button to load a dashboard for your local area.
In towns and cities, three to five miles will show your surrounding areas, but you might need to use a larger distance in rural areas.
This service only works for postcodes in England.
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'Neighbourhood' on this dashboard refers to Middle Layer Super Output Areas (MSOA) using 2011 census boundaries. To help with this interpretation, we include unofficial MSOA names provided by the House of Commons Library.
Disclosure Control: In order to protect patient confidentiality, small number counts (where the true value is less than 3) are replaced with "< 3 " and with " * " for its corresponding population rate.
Data is presented up to the most recent week ending five days before the current calendar date. Data is refreshed daily and presents the new counts of cases and triages in a given week. Therefore the figures are not cumulative.
Data in this dashboard is drawn from a number of sources.
NHS Pathways and 111
This data shows information relating to the triage of coronavirus symptoms through NHS Pathways following calls to NHS 111. They report the triages which have received a potential coronavirus (COVID-19) final disposition. This is a count of the number of assessments carried out, not the number of people assessed. The data are based on signs and symptoms reported by members of the public and are not based on the outcomes of tests for coronavirus.
This information is presented at MSOA level and is grouped from the postcode of the caller to the relevant MSOA