How many people have died of Covid-19 in your area? Figures for every Sheffield postcode

The areas hit worst by coronavirus in Sheffield have been revealed.

Friday, 11th September 2020, 12:55 pm
Shoppers wear face masks in the city centre of Sheffield. (Photo by Oli SCARFF / AFP) (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images)

The data, published by the Office for National Statistics, shows the number of Sheffield residents who have died after testing positive for the bug from the start of March, when lockdown began, to the end of July.

The area with the highest number of deaths by far is Crabtree and Fir Vale, with a shocking 67 deaths.

The neighbourhood with the second highest number of deaths is Stocksbridge, which has recorded 23 deaths.

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The residents of Stocksbridge, Sheffield, spend their first Friday night at home under lockdown regulations during the Coronavirus pandemic on March 27 (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Springvale and Steelbank, Ecclesall and Greystones and the Devonshire Quarter have not recorded any deaths from the virus.

Although deaths across the city have slowed, with only four deaths recorded in July, the coronavirus infection rate is rising across Sheffield with at least three confirmed cases of Covid-19 recorded in 27 neighbourhoods across the city during the latest week.

Here is the full list of deaths per area:

CRABTREE AND FIR VALE- 67 deaths

STOCKBRIDGE- 23 deaths

SHIRECLIFFE AND PARKWOOD SPRINGS- 22 deaths

STOCKSBRIDGE- 22 deaths

CHAPELTOWN- 20 deaths

INTAKE- 20 deaths

NORTON AND NORTON LEES- 19 deaths

BURNGREAVE AND GRIMESTHORPE- 19 deaths

WOODHOUSE MILL- 19 deaths

FIRTH PARK- 17 deaths

HERDINGS AND GLEADLESS VALLEY- 16 deaths

BIRLEY- 13 deaths

MEERSBROOK- 13 deaths

PARK HILL AND WYBOURN- 12 deaths

SHEFFIELD LANE TOP AND LONGLEY PARK- 12 deaths

HEELEY AND NEWFIELD GREEN- 11 deaths

BATEMOOR AND JORDANTHORPE- 10 deaths

SOTHALL- 10 deaths

GRENOSIDE AND ECCLESFIELD NORTH- 9 deaths

SHIREGREEN NORTH- 9 deaths

OUGHTIBRIDGE AND BRADFIELD- 9 deaths

NETHER EDGE- 9 deaths

MALIN BRIDGE AND WISEWOOD- 9 deaths

BROOMHILL AND LOWER CROOKESMOOR- 9 deaths

GLEADLESS- 9 deaths

DORE AND WHIRLOW- 9 deaths

LITTLEDALE AND HANDSWORTH NORTH- 8 deaths

CROOKES- 8 deaths

ECCLESFIELD SOUTH- 8 deaths

BRIGHTSIDE AND WINCOBANK- 8 deaths

SOUTHEY GREEN EAST- 8 deaths

GREENHILL AND LOWEDGES- 8 deaths

HIGHGREEN AND BURNCROSS- 7 deaths

UPPERTHORPE, NETHERTHORPE AND LANGSETT- 7 deaths

WESTFIELD AND WATERTHORPE- 6 deaths

TINSLEY AND CARBOOK- 6 deaths

SHARROW- 6 deaths

RICHMOND AND STRADBROKE- 6 deaths

WOODSEATS- 6 deaths

TOTLEY- 6 deaths

SANDYGATE AND CROSSPOOL- 5 deaths

WALKLEY- 5 deaths

CHARNOCK AND BASEGREEN- 5 deaths

SOUTHEY GREEN WEST- 4 deaths

WADSLEY AND MARCLIFFE- 4 deaths

UPPER STANNINGTON AND LOXLEY- 4 deaths

BROOMHALL- 4 deaths

HACKENTHORPE- 4 deaths

DARNALL- 4 deaths

WOODTHORPE- 4 deaths

BENTS GREEN AND MILLHOUSES- 4 deaths

LOWER STANNINGTON- 3 deaths

HANDSWORTH SOUTH- 3 deaths

BRINCLIFFE AND SHARROWVALE- 3 deaths

DEEPCAR- 3 deaths

ARBOURTHORNE- 3 deaths

WOODHOUSE WEST- 3 deaths

BEAUCHIEF- 3 deaths

ENDCLIFFE AND RANMOOR- 2 deaths

FULWOOD AND LODGE MOOR- 2 deaths

BEIGHTON- 2 deaths

MOSBOROUGH AND HALFWAY- 2 deaths

SHIREGREEN SOUTH- 1 death

HILLSBOROUGH, OWLERTON AND WADSLEY BRIDGE- 1 death

HIGHFIELD AND LOWFIELD- 1 death

NORFOLK PARK- 1 death

CATHEDRAL AND KELHAM- 1 death

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