Coronavirus facts and figures
A collection of daily updated charts and maps to track the coronavirus crisis in Norfolk and Suffolk, as well as the national picture and global situation.
Coronavirus in Norfolk and Suffolk
When deaths of patients who tested positive for COVID-19 at time of death at Norfolk's three hospitals - the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and the James Paget University Hospital - have been recorded.
The number of new confirmed cases of coronavirus each day in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, along with a comparison with the country as a whole based on cases per 100,000 people.
How Norfolk has been coping with coronavirus lockdown based on Google using location data to chart trends in people's movement in the home, retail and recreation establishments, grocery stores and pharmacies, public transport hubs, and parks and green spaces.
Coronavirus in the UK
We have been tracking the cumulative confirmed cases and deaths in the UK, along with the number of cases and deaths each day with a seven-day rolling average to highlight significant increases or decrease of coronavirus.
Which areas of England have been hit the hardest in terms of confirmed cases of coronavirus.
Which areas of England have the highest rates of confirmed cases of coronavirus per 100,000 people.
Was April 8 the peak? These totals of deaths related to coronavirus in hospitals in England are revised every day to include deaths that have taken several days to be confirmed.
Which local authorities in England have the highest death rates from COVID-19 per 100,000 people.
How many people have died in your neighbourhood from coronavirus.
How many people have really died from coronavirus each day in England and Wales? This chart shows the difference between the deaths announced in the daily briefing reported to the Government among patients who had tested positive for COVID-19, and the figures reported weekly based on all deaths registered involving COVID-19 by actual date of death.
How many people have died in total in England and Wales each week in 2020, compared to the last five years.
The number of people dying in England and Wales each week since 1970, with 2020 highlighted in red.
The number of coronavirus-related deaths in hospitals, care homes and private homes by day in England and Wales.
The weekly death total in hospitals, care homes and private homes compared to the five-year average, where COVID-19 was both mentioned and not mentioned in the death certificate.
How coronavirus-related deaths affect both men and women in England by levels of deprivation, showing a higher COVID-19 death rate in the country's poorer areas.
The trajectory of coronavirus-related deaths in each region of England.
How each region of the United Kingdom has been coping with coronavirus lockdown based on Google using location data to chart trends in people's movement in the home, retail and recreation establishments, grocery stores and pharmacies, public transport hubs, and parks and green spaces.
How the coronavirus death toll compares to other infectious diseases to hit the UK throughout recent history.
Coronavirus across the world
How the United Kingdom compares to other countries across the world in relation to the trajectory of deaths related to coronavirus.
How quickly coronavirus spread through those countries with the highest death toll.
How the United Kingdom compares to other countries across the world in relation to the number of daily deaths based on a rolling seven-day average.
The trajectory of cases in selected countries since they reached 100 cases. In most countries this is the point where cases began to reach their period of high daily growth.
How quickly coronavirus spread through those countries with the highest number of confirmed cases.
How the United Kingdom compares to other countries across the world in relation to the number of daily cases based on a rolling seven-day average.
How the NHS is coping with coronavirus in England
How many people are currently in hospital with confirmed or suspected Covid-19 in your area?
The number of people in hospital with coronavirus in regions across the country compared to the same day the previous week.
The percentage of critical care beds occupied by COVID-19 patients across the UK, and the number of people in critical care with coronavirus compared to the same day the previous week.
How is the NHS 111 service coping with demand? Which areas of England have the highest rates of potential coronavirus symptons reported through 111 per 100,000 people.