Heartbreaking figures reveal how many people in the Banbury area died from Covid-19 in 2020

The latest government figures show 45 people died in 2020 from Covid-19 in Banbury.

Wednesday, 27th January 2021, 5:29 pm

The latest government figures show 45 people died in 2020 from Covid-19 in Banbury.

The interactive map from the website for the Office for National Statistics has revealed there were 45 deaths from March through December 2020 in the wards of Banbury town where Covid-19 was the underlying (main) cause on the death certificate.

As local data is only available up to December, the numbers of deaths from the map do not reflect the latest trends. In particular, patterns do not reflect those seen in the most recent case numbers, as a death from Covid-19 will be reported some time after a positive test. January data will be added to the map on February 18.

The latest government figures show 45 people died in 2020 from Covid-19 in Banbury.

Here is the breakdown for the Covid-19 deaths for the Banbury area from March through December 2020:

Banbury Grimsbury - 14

Banbury Easington - 11

Banbury Calthorpe - 4

Banbury Ruscote - 7

Banbury Neithrop - 4

Banbury Hardwick - 5

Bodicote, Adderbury and Bloxham: 7

Middleton Cheney and Chipping Warden: 10

Cropredy, Wroxton and Shennington: 3

Sibford, Hook Norton and Milcombe: 2

King's Sutton and Great Worth: 6

Deddington, Steeple Aston and Heyfords: 4

Brackley: 7

Enstone and Middle Barton: 7

Chipping Norton: 25

Shipston and Brailes: 14

Kineton, Tysoe and Warmington: 18