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Weekly COVID-19 surveillance report published

Public Health England

July 2
13:32 2020

Latest update

The latest Public Health England COVID-19 epidemiology surveillance summary published today, Thursday 2 July 2020.

The report includes data from a variety of different sources: community, primary care, secondary care, virology, mortality surveillance and sero-prevalence surveillance data. Combined these sources show a wider community picture including a breakdown by age, gender, ethnicity and geography which will help plan the national response to the pandemic and assist regional stakeholders in local planning.

The surveillance summary is available here and each weeks report is accompanied by an infographic.

You can see a fuller explanation of some of the data sources and how and why we carry out this surveillance in our blog.

Previous updates

Thursday 25 June 2020

The latest Public Health England COVID-19 epidemiology surveillance summary published today, Thursday 25 June 2020.

The report includes data from a variety of different sources: community, primary care, secondary care, virology, mortality surveillance and sero-prevalence surveillance data. Combined these sources show a wider community picture including a breakdown by age, gender, ethnicity and geography which will help plan the national response to the pandemic and assist regional stakeholders in local planning.

The surveillance summary is available here and each weeks report is accompanied by an infographic.

You can see a fuller explanation of some of the data sources and how and why we carry out this surveillance in our blog.

Thursday 18 June 2020

The latest Public Health England COVID-19 epidemiology surveillance summary published today, Thursday 18 June 2020.

The report includes data from a variety of different sources: community, primary care, secondary care, virology, mortality surveillance and sero-prevalence surveillance data. Combined these sources show a wider community picture including a breakdown by age, gender, ethnicity and geography which will help plan the national response to the pandemic and assist regional stakeholders in local planning.

The surveillance summary is available here and each weeks report is accompanied by an infographic.

You can see a fuller explanation of some of the data sources and how and why we carry out this surveillance in our blog.

Thursday 11 June 2020

The latest Public Health England COVID-19 epidemiology surveillance summary published today, Thursday 11 June 2020.

The report includes data from a variety of different sources: community, primary care, secondary care, virology, mortality surveillance and sero-prevalence surveillance data. Combined these sources show a wider community picture including a breakdown by age, gender, ethnicity and geography which will help plan the national response to the pandemic and assist regional stakeholders in local planning.

The surveillance summary is available here and each weeks report is accompanied by an infographic.

You can see a fuller explanation of some of the data sources and how and why we carry out this surveillance in our blog.

Thursday 4 June 2020

The latest Public Health England COVID-19 epidemiology surveillance summary published today, Thursday 4 June 2020.

The report includes data from a variety of different sources: community, primary care, secondary care, virology, mortality surveillance and sero-prevalence surveillance data. Combined these sources show a wider community picture including a breakdown by age, gender, ethnicity and geography which will help plan the national response to the pandemic and assist regional stakeholders in local planning.

The surveillance summary is available here and each weeks report is accompanied by an infographic.

You can see a fuller explanation of some of the data sources and how and why we carry out this surveillance in our blog.

Thursday 28 May 2020

The latest Public Health England COVID-19 epidemiology surveillance summary published today, Thursday 28 May 2020.

The report includes data from a variety of different sources: community, primary care, secondary care, virology, mortality surveillance and sero-prevalence surveillance data. Combined these sources show a wider community picture including a breakdown by age, gender, ethnicity and geography which will help plan the national response to the pandemic and assist regional stakeholders in local planning.

The surveillance summary is available here and each weeks report is accompanied by an infographic.

You can see a fuller explanation of some of the data sources and how and why we carry out this surveillance in our blog.

Thursday 21 May 2020

The latest Public Health England COVID-19 epidemiology surveillance summary published today, Thursday 21 May 2020.

The report includes data from a variety of different sources: community, primary care, secondary care, virology and mortality surveillance data. Combined these sources show a wider community picture including a breakdown by age, gender, ethnicity and geography which will help plan the national response to the pandemic and assist regional stakeholders in local planning.

The surveillance summary is available here and each weeks report is accompanied by an infographic.

You can see a fuller explanation of some of the data sources and how and why we carry out this surveillance in our blog.

Thursday 14 May 2020

The latest Public Health England COVID-19 epidemiology surveillance summary published today, Thursday 14 May 2020.

The report includes data from a variety of different sources: community, primary care, secondary care, virology and mortality surveillance data. Combined these sources show a wider community picture including a breakdown by age, gender, ethnicity and geography which will help plan the national response to the pandemic and assist regional stakeholders in local planning.

The surveillance summary is available here and each weeks report is accompanied by an

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