The latest weekly data from the Office of National Statistics shows the number of people dying with Covid-19 in the Anglia region continues to decline.
The total number of people who have died with coronavirus in the region is now 6,036. The weekly figures have been falling since the peak of the pandemic in mid April.
The numbers of deaths in care homes in the region has risen in the past week. According to the Care Quality Commission, six residents died in care homes in the week to Friday 7 August. That compares to two deaths the previous week.
Three residents died in care homes in Bedfordshire and further deaths in Essex, Norfolk and Northamptonshire.
The Office of National Statistics provides the most reliable information about the impact of the pandemic as it uses death certificates which give the cause of death or contributory factors.
It takes time for deaths to be registered so there is a lag in the data. The figures released on Tuesday relate to period up to the end of July.
Bedfordshire has seen the highest death rate in the Anglia region during that period with 100 people dying with coronavirus per 100,000 population in the county.
The lowest death rate in the Eastern Counties is in Norfolk with 54 deaths per 100,000.
Bedfordshire - 100 deaths per 100,000
Cambridgeshire - 60 deaths per 100,000
Essex - 96 deaths per 100,000
Hertfordshire - 93 deaths per 100,000
Milton Keynes - 74 deaths per 100,000
Norfolk - 54 deaths per 100,000
Northamptonshire - 98 deaths per 100,000
Suffolk - 74 deaths per 100,000
The Anglia region consists of the six counties of the East of England - Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk - plus Northamptonshire and Milton Keynes.
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