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UPDATED 31/05/2020 : COVID-19 news updates for High Wycombe and South Buckinghamshire – Monday 4th May 2020 to Sunday 31st May 2020

| May 4, 2020

News updates on COVID-19 in High Wycombe and South Buckinghamshire.

More recent news updates, after Sunday 31st May 2020, can be found at the link here.

The total number of Coronavirus cases recorded in Buckinghamshire is shown in the table below.

The data for the number of confirmed cases does not include ‘Pillar 2’ tests which are not published publicly by the government. Only Pillar 1 tests (those carried out in NHS laboratories) are shown in the data, the Pillar 2 tests (testing by commercial partners of the mass-testing programme) are not included as they are not publicly available. The actual numbers shown are therefore likely to be significantly lower than they actually are.

Not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Week DayDateBucks Total
Aylesbury ValeChilternSouth BucksWycombe
Sunday31st May 20201,005413200146246
Saturday30th May 2020998408200146244
Friday29th May 2020997407200146244
Thursday28th May 2020997407200146244
Wednesday27th May 2020994405200146243
Tuesday26th May 2020989401199146243
Monday25th May 2020987400199146242
Sunday24th May 2020983398199146240
Saturday23rd May 2020977395199146237
Friday22nd May 2020968390198145235
Thursday21st May 2020966388198145235
Wednesday20th May 2020959385195145234
Tuesday19th May 2020947382186146233
Monday18th May 2020940380183145232
Sunday17th May 2020933377180145231
Saturday16th May 2020923370178144231
Friday15th May 2020913366178142227
Thursday14th May 2020906360178142226
Wednesday13th May 2020898357178141222
Tuesday12th May 2020891355175140221
Monday11th May 2020890355175140220
Sunday10th May 2020886352175139220
Saturday9th May 2020880350173139218
Friday8th May 2020877350173138216
Thursday7th May 2020868348170137213
Wednesday6th May 2020864
Tuesday5th May 2020859
Monday4th May 2020845

Sunday 31st May 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 7 to 1,005, according to official figures published at 4.05pm on Sunday 31st May 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Saturday 30th May 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 1 to 998, according to official figures published at 4.21pm on Saturday 30th May 2020. The additional case was recorded in the Aylesbury Vale area. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be highe

Friday 29th May 2020

Figures published on Friday 29th May 2020 at 5.21pm show no increase in the number of cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire. The total number of cases remains at 997. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Thursday 28th May 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 3 to 997, according to official figures published at 4.36pm on Thursday 28th May 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Wednesday 27th May 2020

994 cases of Coronavirus have now been confirmed in Buckinghamshire, an increase of 5 on the previous day, according to official figures published on Wednesday 27th May 2020 at 4.11pm. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Buckinghamshire Council have published another short video in which the Leader of the Council, Martin Tett, talks about the reopening of the final four Household Recycling Centres in the county, at Aylesbury (Rabans Lane), Burnham, Chesham and Langley. These sites will reopen to residents at 9.00am on Friday 29th May 2020. They are in addition to the five Household Recycling Centres that are already open across Buckinghamshire. The video can viewed on the Buckinghamshire Council YouTube Page.

Tuesday 26th May 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 2 to 989, according to official figures published at 4.42pm on Tuesday 26th May 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Monday 25th May 2020

987 cases of Coronavirus have now been confirmed in Buckinghamshire, an increase of 4 on the previous day, according to official figures published on Monday 25th May 2020 at 5.52pm. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Sunday 24th May 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 6 to 983, according to official figures published at 5.07pm on Sunday 24th May 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Saturday 23rd May 2020

977 cases of Coronavirus have now been confirmed in Buckinghamshire, an increase of 9 on the previous day, according to official figures published on Saturday 23rd May 2020 at 4.14pm. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Friday 22nd May 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 2 to 968, according to official figures published at 4.02pm on Friday 22nd May 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

As part of Mental Health Week, today’s video from Buckinghamshire Council features the Leader, Matrin Tett, and Dr Sian Roberts, Clinical Lead for Mental Health in Buckinghamshire. The video discussion explains five key ways in which people can help maintain good mental health as the effects of the lockdown are felt. The video can viewed on the Buckinghamshire Council YouTube Page.

Thursday 21st May 2020

966 cases of Coronavirus have now been confirmed in Buckinghamshire, an increase of 7 on the previous day, according to official figures published on Thursday 21st May 2020 at 4.09pm. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

In today’s video from Buckinghamshire Council, Martin Tett, the Leader of the Council is joined by Mike Muller from Cruse Bucks, a charity that helps support bereaved people in Buckinghamshire. The video can viewed on the Buckinghamshire Council YouTube Page.

Wednesday 20th May 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 12 to 959, according to official figures published at 6.31pm on Wednesday 20th May 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

In today’s video from Buckinghamshire Council, Martin Tett, the Leader of the Council is joined by Dean Jones, who is the Partnerships and Outreach Manager at the University of Buckingham and Rushika Das, a medical student at the University of Buckingham. The topic of the video is a volunteer scheme run by the University in partnership with Buckinghamshire Council in which first year medical students are making regular ‘check-in’ calls to vulnerable residents who are shielding from coronavirus. The video can viewed on the Buckinghamshire Council YouTube Page.

Tuesday 19th May 2020

947 cases of Coronavirus have now been confirmed in Buckinghamshire, an increase of 7 on the previous day, according to official figures published on Tuesday 19th May 2020 at 6.18pm. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Volunteering is the topic of today’s video from Buckinghamshire Council. The Leader of the Council, Martin Tett, talks to Mark Winn, a local Bedgrove councillor, about how the community is benefiting from the efforts of a volunteers group he leads. The group supports those who are self-isolating, doing essential shopping and running a befriending service through the Covid-19 crisis. The video can viewed on the Buckinghamshire Council YouTube Page.

Monday 18th May 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 7 to 940, according to official figures published at 4.51pm on Monday 18th May 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

For today’s video from Buckinghamshire Council the Leader, Martin Tett, is joined by Bonnie May, Operations Director of the Chesham based Global Infusion Group which specialises in hospitality, catering and event services who talks about the challenges faced as the Covid-19 crisis gripped and the outlook now that lockdown restrictions are being eased. The video can viewed on the Buckinghamshire Council YouTube Page.

Sunday 17th May 2020

933 cases of Coronavirus have now been confirmed in Buckinghamshire, an increase of 10 on the previous day, according to official figures published on Sunday 17th May 2020 at 5.56pm. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Saturday 16th May 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 10 to 923, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Saturday 16th May 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Friday 15th May 2020

913 cases of Coronavirus have now been confirmed in Buckinghamshire, an increase of 7 on the previous day, according to official figures published on Friday 15th May 2020 at 6.19pm. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Mobile coronavirus testing sites will be set up in Aylesbury on Monday 18th May 2020 and High Wycombe on Tuesday 19th May 2020.

In today’s video from Buckinghamshire Council, the Leader, Martin Tett, is joined by Arif Hussain, the local councillor for Terriers and Amersham Hill, who talks about the Five Pillars Charity in High Wycombe, with which he is involved and its response to help the community through the Covid-19 crisis. The video can viewed on the Buckinghamshire Council YouTube Page.

Thursday 14th May 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 8 to 906, according to official figures published at 4.01pm on Thursday 14th May 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Lucy Martin, who is Adult Carers Service Lead at Aylesbury-based charity Carers Bucks joins the Leader of Buckinghamshire Council for today’s video from Buckinghamshire Council. Lucy talks about the work carers do to support the young and old, the challenges they have faced during the coronavirus pandemic and how thier ways of working have adapted. The video can viewed on the Buckinghamshire Council YouTube Page.

Wednesday 13th May 2020

898 cases of Coronavirus have now been confirmed in Buckinghamshire, an increase of 7 on the previous day, according to official figures published on Wednesday 13th May 2020 at 4.24pm. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Martin Tett, the Leader of Buckinghamshire Council is joined by Philippa Batting, who is the Managing Director of Bucks Business First in today’s video from Buckinghamshire Council. In the video, Philippa talks about the achievements, challenges and what help is available for businesses in Buckinghamshire. The video can viewed on the Buckinghamshire Council YouTube Page.

Tuesday 12th April 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 1 to 891, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Tuesday 12th May 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

At 8.00pm on Tuesday 12th May 2020 the residents of Buckinghamshire can ‘Shine a Light’ for our brilliant nurses on International Nurses Day 2020.

In today’s video from Buckinghamshire Council, Martin Tett, the Leader of the Council, is joined by Gareth Williams, Cabinet Member for Communities and Public Health, who talks about how £250,000 from the £4 million budget for the Council’s 16 planned local community boards has been fast-tracked in response to the Covid-19 crisis. The video can viewed on the Buckinghamshire Council YouTube Page.

Monday 11th May 2020

890 cases of Coronavirus have now been confirmed in Buckinghamshire, an increase of 4 on the previous day, according to official figures published on Monday 11th May 2020 at 4.04pm. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Volunteering in the community during the Covid-19 emergency is discussed in today’s video from Buckinghamshire Council. The Leader of the Council, Martin Tett, is joined by Katie Higginson, CEO of Community Impact Bucks (CIB) and Martin Gallagher, CEO of the Clare Foundation. The video can viewed on the Buckinghamshire Council YouTube Page.

Sunday 10th May 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 6 to 886, according to official figures published at 4.26pm on Sunday 10th May 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Saturday 9th May 2020

880 cases of Coronavirus have now been confirmed in Buckinghamshire, an increase of 3 on the previous day, according to official figures published on Saturday 9th May 2020 at 4.06pm. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Friday 8th May 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 9 to 877, according to official figures published at 5.20pm on Friday 8th May 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

A mobile Coronavirus testing unit is to be set up in Aylesbury over the Early May bank holiday weekend starting on Friday 8th May 2020. The tests must be booked in advance and are only available for specific categories of people.

Thursday 7th May 2020

868 cases of Coronavirus have now been confirmed in Buckinghamshire, an increase of 4 on the previous day, according to official figures published on Thursday 7th May 2020 at 5.14pm. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

In today’s video from Buckinghamshire Council, the Leader, Martin Tett, is joined by Debs Stevens, Buckinghamshire Council’s Food Cell Lead, who talk about delivering food parcels to the vulnerable in Bucks. The video can viewed on the Buckinghamshire Council YouTube Page.

Wednesday 6th May 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 5 to 864, according to official figures published at 5.04pm on Wednesday 6th May 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Adult Social care is the topic discussed in today’s video from Buckinghamshire Council. The leader of the Council, Martin Tett, is joined by Jon Goodwin, the Strategic Lead for Adult Social Care at Buckinghamshire Council, who explains his team’s ‘Keeping in Touch Service’. The video can viewed on the Buckinghamshire Council YouTube Page.

Tuesday 5th May 2020

859 cases of Coronavirus have now been confirmed in Buckinghamshire, an increase of 14 on the previous day, according to official figures published on Tuesday 5thMay 2020 at 5.09pm. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Five Household Recycling Centres in Buckinghamshire are set to re-open from Wednesday 6th May 2020, however there will be changes to the user experience at the sites with social distancing measures in place.

In today’s video from Buckinghamshire Council Martin Tett, the Leader of Buckinghamshire Council, is joined by Gina Nicholls from the Library Service and Katherine Gwyn from the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies. In the video they talk about what’s on offer to help residents in Buckinghamshire mark VE Day despite the Covid-19 lockdown regulations. The video can viewed on the Buckinghamshire Council YouTube Page.

Monday 4th May 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 7 to 845, according to official figures published at 5.09pm on Monday 4th May 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

In today’s video from Buckinghamshire Council Martin Tett, the Leader of Buckinghamshire Council, is joined by Jeremy Hay, CEO of Talkback, an organisation that works with the Council to support people with learning disabilities and autism in Buckinghamshire. In the video they talk about how they are providing valuable online support to help the Covid-19 effort. The video can viewed on the Buckinghamshire Council YouTube Page.

Previous news updates are available at the following link ‘COVID-19 news for High Wycombe and South Buckinghamshire – Monday 20th April 2020 to Sunday 3rd May 2020‘.

*Source of article : Press releases from Buckinghamshire Council and Buckinghamshire NHS Healthcare Trust. The daily totals of confirmed COVID-19 cases are taken from Public Health England data. Further information about the data can be found at the following link https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/about.

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