AS BORIS Johnson unveils the plans for easing lockdown in England, we take an in-depth look at coronavirus cases in Oxfordshire. 

Scroll down to see how coronavirus is spreading in your area, how many lives have been claimed by the virus in our county and how many people have been vaccinated. 

Coronavirus in Oxford ​

Oxford Mail:

In the week to February 21:

  • 167 people tested positive for coronavirus, down by seven (4.1%) since the week before 
  • four people have died within 28 days of a positive test result, no change when four people died last week

Coronavirus in the Vale of White Horse 

Oxford Mail:

In the week to February 21: 

  • 90 people tested positive for coronavirus, down by 1 since the week before 
  • Four people died within 28 days of a positive Covid-19 result, up by two since the week before 

Coronavirus in Cherwell 

Oxford Mail:

In the week to February 21: 

  • 156 people tested positive for coronavirus, up by seven from the week before 
  • Six people died within 28 days of a positive test result, down by two since the week before 

Cases in South Oxfordshire 

Oxford Mail:

In the week to February 21: 

  • 90 people tested positive for coronavirus, down by 27 since the week before 
  • Three people died within 28 days of a positive test result, no change from when three people died the week before 

Coronavirus in West Oxfordshire 

Oxford Mail:

In the week to February 21: 

  • 52 people tested positive for coronavirus, down by 18 since the week before 
  • Three people died within 28 days of a positive test result, two down from the week before 

How many people are in Oxfordshire hospitals with coronavirus? 

At Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (the trust responsible for the John Radcliffe, Churchill, Nuffield and Horton hospitals) 22 patients were admitted to hospital at the weekend, bringing the total number of people who have tested positive in hospital currently to 127.

Of those, 21 are on ventilation. 

At Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, no patients were admitted to community or mental health hospitals at the weekend with the virus. The total number of positive patients stands at 20.

Of those, none are on ventilation.  

How many people have died from coronavirus? 

A map has been created to show the number of deaths involving coronavirus in every part of the country. 

Created by the Office for National Statistics, it shows the number of deaths from March to November 2020 (the latest data available) where Covid-19 was mentioned as the cause on the death certificate.

It is broken down by how many deaths were registered that month rather than deaths occurring that month.

Points on the map are placed at the centre of the postcode area and don’t show the actual locations of the deaths.

Separate data from Oxfordshire County Council shows where the victims of the virus have died in the county (until February 5, the latest data available).

Oxford Mail:

How many people have had the coronavirus vaccine? 

The number of people who have received a dose of the coronavirus vaccination is revealed by the NHS daily. 

In the latest update, figures from the National Immunisation Management Service (NIMS) show that from December 8 to February 20, 2,421,158 people in the South East have received the first dose. 

Only 88,221 people in the South East had received their second. 

Specific Oxfordshire figures have not yet been published for the number of people who have been vaccinated. 

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