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UPDATED 30/11/2020 : COVID-19 news updates for High Wycombe and South Buckinghamshire – November 2020

| November 1, 2020

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

Please note : This page is for November 2020, the figures for December 2020 can be viewed here.

The 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
Weekly rate of cases
Thursday 26th November 2020114.71
Thursday 19th November 2020156.99
Thursday 12th November 2020152.95
Thursday 5th November 2020121.51

* 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. The figures give the total number of people with at least one lab-confirmed positive COVID-19 test result since the start of the pandemic.

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

* The figures in red in the table below show the total number of deaths since the start of the pandemic of people who had had a positive test result for COVID-19 and died within 28 days of the first positive test. 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 and people who died from COVID-19 more than 28 days after their first positive test are not included.

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

Week DayDateBucks Total
Aylesbury ValeChilternSouth BucksWycombe
Monday30th Nov 20207,460 (313)2,716 (108)1,097 (70)1,211 (53)2,436 (82)
Sunday29th Nov 20207,336 (312)2,687 (107)1,082 (70)1,202 (53)2,365 (82)
Saturday28th Nov 20207,256 (309)2,646 (105)1,066 (70)1,194 (53)2,350 (81)
Friday27th Nov 20207,176 (306)2,619 (104)1,057 (70)1,179 (53)2,321 (79)
Thursday26th Nov 20207,105 (304)2,575 (104)1,053 (69)1,169 (53)2,308 (78)
Wednesday25th Nov 20207,006 (304)2,527 (104)1,045 (69)1,155 (53)2,279 (78)
Tuesday24th Nov 20206,844 (300)2,466 (104)1,036 (68)1,131 (53)2,211 (75)
Monday23rd Nov 20206,796 (300)2,455 (104)1,031 (68)1,125 (53)2,185 (75)
Sunday22nd Nov 20206,708 (297)2,422 (103)1,019 (68)1,108 (53)2,159 (73)
Saturday21st Nov 20206,578 (296)2,379 (102)1,001 (68)1,087 (53)2,111 (73)
Friday20th Nov 20206,477 (294)2,329 (103)992 (68)1,075 (50)2,081 (73)
Thursday19th Nov 20206,412 (293)2,299 (102)986 (68)1,072 (50)2,055 (73)
Wednesday18th Nov 20206,306 (291)2,264 (101)976 (68)1,051 (49)2,015 (73)
Tuesday17th Nov 20206,208 (287)2,226 (99)969 (67)1,028 (44)1,985 (77)
Monday16th Nov 20206,102 (284)2,193 (98)955 (66)1,012 (47)1,942 (73)
Saturday14th Nov 20206,211 (281)2,239 (96)1,030 (66)998 (46)1,944 (73)
Friday13th Nov 20206,065 (281)2,192 (96)1,011 (66)968 (46)1,894 (73)
Thursday12th Nov 20205,906 (279)2,156 (95)995 (66)935 (45)1,820 (73)
Wednesday11th Nov 20205,769 (277)2,110 (93)971 (66)916 (45)1,772 (73)
Tuesday10th Nov 20205,621 (277)2,061 (93)956 (66)892 (45)1,712 (73)
Monday9th Nov 20205,537 (277)2,034 (93)944 (66)881 (45)1,678 (73)
Sunday8th Nov 20205,402 (274)1,979 (91)931 (66)864 (45)1,628 (72)
Saturday7th Nov 20205,317 (274)1,957 (91)913 (66)854 (45)1,593 (72)
Friday6th Nov 20205,195 (274)1,904 (91)906 (66)839 (45)1,546 (72)
Thursday5th Nov 20205,056 (275)1,852 (91)894 (66)821 (46)1,489 (72)
Wednesday4th Nov 20204,937 (274)1,807 (91)874 (66)808 (45)1,448 (72)
Tuesday3rd Nov 20204,800 (274)1,745 (91)860 (66)799 (45)1,396 (72)
Monday2nd Nov 20204,740 (273)1,724 (90)854 (66)786 (45)1,376 (72)
Sunday1st Nov 20204,644 (271)1,691 (89)837 (66)774 (44)1,342 (72)

Monday 30th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 204 to 7,460, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Monday 30th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There has been a further deaths related to Covid-19 in Buckinghamshire in the Aylesbury Vale area.

Sunday 29th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 80 to 7,256, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Sunday 29th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There have been three further deaths related to Covid-19 in Buckinghamshire, two in the Aylesbury Vale area and one in the Wycombe area.

Saturday 28th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 80 to 7,256, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Saturday 28th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There have been six further deaths related to Covid-19 in Buckinghamshire, one in the Aylesbury Vale area and two in the Wycombe area.

Friday 27th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 71 to 7,176, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Friday 27th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There have been two further deaths related to Covid-19 in Buckinghamshire, one in the Chiltern area and one in the Wycombe area.

Thursday 26th November 2020

From Wednesday 2nd December 2020 Buckinghamshire will enter Tier 2 local restrictions.

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 99 to 7,105, according to official figures published at 5.35pm on Thursday 26th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Wednesday 25th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 162 to 7,006, according to official figures published at 5.37pm on Wednesday 25th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There have been four further deaths related to Covid-19 in Buckinghamshire, one in the Chiltern area and three in the Wycombe area.

Tuesday 24th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 48 to 6,844, according to official figures published at 8.32pm on Tuesday 24th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Monday 23rd November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 88 to 6,796, according to official figures published at 4.48pm on Monday 23rd November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There have been three further deaths related to Covid-19 in Buckinghamshire, one in the Aylesbury Vale area and two in the Wycombe area.

Sunday 22nd November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 130 to 6,708, according to official figures published at 4.39pm on Sunday 22nd November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There has been a further deaths related to Covid-19 in Buckinghamshire, it was in the Aylesbury Vale area.

Saturday 21st November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 101 to 6,578, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Saturday 21st November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There have been two further deaths related to Covid-19 in Buckinghamshire.

Friday 20th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 165 to 6,477, according to official figures published at 5.27pm on Friday 20th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There has been one further death related to Covid-19 in Buckinghamshire, the death was in the Aylesbury Vale areas.

Thursday 19th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 106 to 6,412, according to official figures published at 4.13pm on Thursday 19th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There have been two further deaths related to Covid-19 in the Buckinghamshire area, with one deaths each in the Aylesbury Vale and South Bucks areas.

Wednesday 18th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 98 to 6,306, according to official figures published at 4.22pm on Wednesday 18th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There have been four further deaths related to Covid-19 in the Buckinghamshire area.

Tuesday 17th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 106 to 6,208, according to official figures published at 7.54pm on Tuesday 17th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There have been three further deaths related to Covid-19 in the Buckinghamshire area.

Monday 16th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire have decreased to 6,102, according to official figures published at 6.31pm on Monday 16th November 2020. Public Health England has updated the way it records the location of people who have been tested for Covid-19. The counts of cases and deaths at sub-national level have been updated to reflect this. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There have been three further deaths related to Covid-19, two in the Aylesbury Area and one in the South Bucks area.

Saturday 14th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 146 to 6,211, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Saturday 14th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Friday 13th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 159 to 6,065, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Friday 13th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There have been two further deaths related to Covid-19, one each in the Aylesbury Area and South Bucks area.

Thursday 12th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 137 to 5,906, according to official figures published at 7.52pm on Thursday 12th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There have been two further deaths related to Covid-19 both of which were in the Aylesbury Area.

Wednesday 11th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 148 to 5,769, according to official figures published at 4.13pm on Wednesday 11th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Tuesday 10th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 84 to 5,621, according to official figures published at 6.18pm on Tuesday 10th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Monday 9th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 135 to 5,537, according to official figures published at 6.05pm on Monday 9th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There have been a further three deaths related to Covid-19, two in the Aylesbury Area and one in the Wycombe area.

Sunday 8th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 85 to 5,402, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Sunday 8th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Saturday 7th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 122 to 5,317, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Saturday 7th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Friday 6th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 139 to 5,195, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Friday 6th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Thursday 5th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 119 to 5,056, according to official figures published at 9.30pm on Thursday 5th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There has been a further death related to Covid-19 in the South Bucks area.

Wednesday 4th November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 137 to 4,937, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Wednesday 4th November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher.

Tuesday 3rd November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 60 to 4,800, according to official figures published at 7.43pm on Tuesday 3rd November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There has been a further death related to Covid-19 in the Aylesbury Vale area.

Monday 2nd November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 96 to 4,740, according to official figures published at 4.00pm on Monday 2nd November 2020. However not all those with the virus will have been tested so the actual figure may be higher. There have been a further two deaths related to Covid-19, one each in the Aylesbury Vale and South Bucks areas.

Sunday 1st November 2020

The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Buckinghamshire has increased by 136 to 4,644, according to official figures published at 4.05pm on Sunday 1st November 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 – October 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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