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Deaths by age and morbidity Weekly spreadsheets of deaths by age group and previous morbidities.
Cumulative data for entire epidemic and individual weekly sheets from w/e 2nd June 2020 on.
Graphs of Under 60 / 60 and over and Known previous morbidities / No known previous morbidities.
PCR tests and positive results Daily tests and results from 21st April 2020.
Presented as a graph with choice of linear / log scale and raw data / 7 day rolling average.
A seperate graph of the percentage of tests returning a positive result (Widely reported as "cases").
Positive results, hospital admissions and deaths Daily test results and admissions from 21st April 2020.
Presented as a graph with choice of linear / log scale and raw data / 7 day rolling average.
A seperate graph of the percentage of hospital admissions, positive results (Widely reported as "cases") and deaths.
Hospitalised and deaths Daily hospitalised and deaths from 21st April 2020.
Presented as a graph with choice of linear / log scale and raw data / 7 day rolling average.
A seperate graph of the percentage of deaths to hospitalised.
Hospitalised discharges and deaths Daily hospitalised and deaths with inferred discharges from 21st April 2020.
Presented as a graph with choice of linear / log scale and raw data / 7 day rolling average.
Vaccinations Graphs on first second and third Covid-19 vaccinations
Presented cumulative, daily and percent complete graphs.

Daily and weekly Downloads from NHS England

These downloads get run automatically.
Refresh one Updates these metrics -
Daily - PCR Tests, Positive results, Hospital admissions, hospitalised, Deaths


Refresh two Updates these metrics -
Cumulative - First vaccination, Second vaccination New - First vaccination, Second vaccination


Refresh three Updates these metrics -
Cumulative - Third vaccination New - Third vaccination


NHS England weekly file Download the latest weekly xlsx file of Covid attibuted deaths
Extract Tab3 Deaths by age and morbidity, convert to csv and save.


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