New data reveals how many Covid-19 deaths there have been in Mid Sussex
New data has revealed how many Covid-19 deaths there have been in Mid Sussex up to May 15.
The Office of National Statistics (ONS) said up until May 15 (including deaths registered up to May 23) 147 people have died in Mid Sussex with Covid-19.
They include deaths where there is any mention of Covid-19 on the death certificate.
Sixty-four people died in hospital, 82 in care homes and one in a hospice.
In the same period there were 728 deaths registered, according to the ONS.
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