Monthly coronavirus full summary report

The Surrey COVID-19 Intelligence summary has provided important local information during the pandemic. ​Now that we are living with COVID-19, have limited data available at a Surrey level, and have access to a wide range of national data, we will no longer be publishing a Surrey specific Intelligence Summary.

The last report was published 7 March 2023.​ All previous versions of this report are available below. If it becomes necessary in the future, we will reinstate the reports.​

There is a wide range of COVID-19 data available on the links below with data sources that continue to provide statistics on COVID-19.​

  • UKHSA: National COVID-19 surveillance reports, including weekly summary of findings monitored through various COVID-19 surveillance systems.​
  • GOV.UK: COVID-19 in the UK, data dashboard with sub-national data including people tested, positive cases and deaths at national, regional and local authority level. This includes the ability to view epidemic curves and 7-day averages as well as the ability to look at positive cases as a proportion of all tests.​
  • GOV.UK: COVID deaths in the UK, data dashboard with number of deaths at national, regional and local authority level. ​
  • GOV.UK: COVID-19 download data, provides the downloads of a range of metrics for COVID-19 data. Also provides age demographic of cases data and legacy download of cases from the previous version of the data dashboards.​
  • COVID-19 cases by Middle Super Output Area, England. The map shows number of positive cases in a week by Middle Layer Super Output Areas (MSOA). MSOAs are a standard statistical geography of approximately 7,200 people. Some MSOAs have the same name as local electoral wards and figures within this map should not be compared with ward data you may see published elsewhere.​
  • NHS England: COVID hospital activity in the NHS webpage , weekly hospital admissions data for the number of patients admitted in previous 24 hours where patient known to have COVID-19 plus patients diagnosed in hospital with COVID-19 in previous 24 hours.​
  • COVID-19 Vaccination: GOV.UK, COVID-19 in the UK and NHS England, COVID-19 Vaccinations.

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