As national coronavirus hotspots revealed, and how does your Aylesbury estate compare?

New coronavirus hotspots continue to develop across the UK, despite the introduction of testing and tracing systems.

Thursday, 11th June 2020, 1:48 pm
Updated Thursday, 11th June 2020, 1:50 pm
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JPI Media has compiled a list of hotspots based on the total number of cases per 100,000 of population.

In the top spot is Ashford in the South East, and in Buckinghamshire Milton Keynes is the only area that makes the list ranked at 295.

In Milton Keynes the population is 269457, on May 23 there had been 508 cases and this had risen to 512 by June 6.

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This means that in every 100,000 people 1.5 is developing coronavirus.

In Buckinghamshire (which includes the MK authority) there have been 1,028 confirmed cases out of a local population of 543,973 up until June 10.

There have been 365 coronavirus-related deaths registered as of May 29.

24% of all deaths in Buckinghamshire involved coronavirus between February 29 and May 29.

Here is a list of electoral areas of Aylesbury Vale and the number of coronavirus deaths:

Berryfields/ Haydon Hill - 0

Gatehouse - 1

Aylesbury Central - 2

Bedgrove and Walton Court - 2

Mandeville/ Elm Farm - 3

Walton Court/ Hawkslade - 2

Fairford Leys - 5

Stoke Mandeville/ Aston Clinton - 4

Haddenham/ Dinton/ Stone - 9

Wendover - 1