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UPDATED 14/08/2020 : COVID-19 news updates for High Wycombe and South Buckinghamshire – August 2020

| August 1, 2020

News updates on COVID-19 in High Wycombe and South Buckinghamshire for August 2020.

The cumulative and weekly rate of COVID-19 cases per 100,000 population tested under Pillar 1 tests (those carried out in NHS laboratories) and Pillar 2 (testing by commercial partners of the mass-testing programme) for the upper-tier local authority of Buckinghamshire (only) is shown in the table below. Not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Date Published
Cumulative rate of casesWeekly rate of cases
Friday 31st July 2020320.52.4
Thursday 23rd July 2020317.93.0
Friday 17th July 2020314.03.5
Thursday 9th July 2020309.85.7
Thursday 2nd July 2020304.23.5

* Please Note : The figures given below include those identified with confirmed cases of Coronavirus by testing in all settings, i.e. both pillar 1 and pillar 2.

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

* From Tuesday 4th August 2020 : The table below now shows (in red text in brackets after the number of confirmed cases) the current number of deaths overall for Buckinghamshire and for each of the local administrative areas in Buckinghamshire since the start of the pandemic of people who had had a positive test result for COVID-19. However the actual cause of death may not be COVID-19 in all cases. People who died from COVID-19 but had not tested positive are not included in the figures.

Previous news updates (i.e. July 2020) are available at the following link ‘COVID-19 news updates for High Wycombe and South Buckinghamshire – July 2020‘.

Week DayDateBucks Total
Aylesbury ValeChilternSouth BucksWycombe
Friday14th Aug 20201,796 (303)810 (102)304 (73)220 (51)462 (77)
Thursday13th Aug 20201,788 (303)808 (102)301 (73)218 (51)461 (77)
Wednesday12th Aug 20201,788 (303)808 (102)301 (73)218 (51)461 (77)
Tuesday11th Aug 20201,782 (303)807 (102)301 (73)218 (51)456 (77)
Monday10th Aug 20201,782 (303)807 (102)301 (73)218 (51)456 (77)
Sunday9th Aug 20201,778 (303)805 (102)301 (73)218 (51)454 (77)
Saturday8th Aug 20201,770 (303)802 (102)300 (73)217 (51)451 (77)
Friday7th Aug 20201,766 (301)801 (102)298 (73)216 (51)451 (75)
Thursday6th Aug 20201,764 (301)801 (102)297 (73)216 (51)450 (75)
Wednesday5th Aug 20201,761 (300)801 (102)297 (73)213 (50)450 (75)
Tuesday4th Aug 20201,760 (300)801 (102)297 (73)212 (50)450 (75)
Monday3rd Aug 20201,759800297212450
Sunday2nd Aug 20201,749793297211448
Saturday1st August 20201,744792296210446
Friday31st July 20201,738790296210442
Thursday30th July 20201,737790295210442
Wednesday29th July 20201,735789295209442
Tuesday28th July 20201,731788294208441
Monday27th July 20201,731788294208441
Sunday26th July 20201,725786294207438
Saturday25th July 20201,723786294205438

Friday 14th August 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 8 to 1,796, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Friday 14th August 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. Public Health England are re-developing the way deaths from Covid-19 are reported therefore are no updated figures on deaths in Buckinghamshire available at the moment.

Thursday 13th August 2020

Public Health England did not release updated figures for the number of cases of Coronavirus on Thursday 13th August 2020. The officially published number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire remains at 1,788 and the number of deaths from the virus remains at 303. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Wednesday 12th August 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 6 to 1,788, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Wednesday 12th August 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. The number of deaths from the virus has remained at 303.

Tuesday 11th August 2020

Due to technical difficulties Public Health England did not release updated figures on Tuesday 11th August 2020. The officially published number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire remains at 1,782 and the number of deaths from the virus remains at 303. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Monday 10th August 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 4 to 1,782, according to official figures published at 4.01pm on Monday 10th August 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. The number of deaths in Buckinghamshire has remained at 303.

Sunday 9th August 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 8 to 1,778, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Sunday 9th August 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. The number of deaths from the virus has remained at 303.

Saturday 8th August 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 4 to 1,770, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Saturday 8th August 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. The number of deaths in Buckinghamshire increased by 2 to 303, both were in the Wycombe area.

Friday 7th August 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 2 to 1,766, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Friday 7th August 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. The number of deaths from the virus has remained at 300.

Thursday 6th August 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 3 to 1,764, according to official figures published at 4.21pm on Thursday 6th August 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. The number of deaths increased by 1 to 301.

Wednesday 5th August 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 1 to 1,761, according to official figures published at 4.10pm on Wednesday 5th August 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. The number of deaths from the virus has remained at 300.

Tuesday 4th August 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 1 to 1,760, according to official figures published at 6.05pm on Tuesday 4th August 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Monday 3rd August 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 10 to 1,759, according to official figures published at 4.17pm on Monday 3rd August 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Sunday 2nd August 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 5 to 1,749, according to official figures published at 4.26pm on Sunday 2nd August 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Saturday 1st August 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 6 to 1,744, according to official figures published at 4.15pm on Saturday 1st August 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Friday 31st August 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 1 to 1,738, according to official figures published at 3.59pm on Friday 31st July 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Thursday 30th July 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 2 to 1,737, according to official figures published at 6.49pm on Thursday 30th July 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Wednesday 29th July 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 4 to 1,735, according to official figures published at 4.03pm on Wednesday 29th July 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Tuesday 28th July 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has remained at 1,731, according to official figures published at 4.13pm on Tuesday 28th July 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Monday 27th July 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 6 to 1,731, according to official figures published at 3.59pm on Monday 27th July 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Sunday 26th July 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 2 to 1,725, according to official figures published at 3.59pm on Sunday 26th July 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Saturday 25th July 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has risen by 1 to 1,723, according to official figures published at 3.57pm on Saturday 25th July 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Previous news updates are available at the following link ‘COVID-19 news updates for High Wycombe and South Buckinghamshire – July 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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