New maps released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have revealed exactly which areas of Derby have been hit hardest by coronavirus.
Over the past few weeks, the number of national fatalities has been making headlines on a daily basis but this data takes a look at what has been going on in local areas.
The statistics are a provisional count of the number of deaths involving coronavirus between March 1 and April 17 in England and Wales, right down to which postcode areas are most affected.
According to the data, Chellaston West and Shelton Lock is the most affected postcode area in Derby so far with a total of 17 deaths among residents living in the area.
Second to that is Rose Hill & Castleward where a reported 15 residents have passed away after contracting Covid-19, followed closely by Darley Abbey and Littleover East, which have both reported 10 deaths.
On the opposite end of the scale, New Zealand in the city centre has experienced the lowest number of fatalities due to the deadly disease, having recorded on one death among its residents.
In the rest of Derbyshire, Matlock North has seen 6 deaths; Ripley South & Loscoe, 5; Clay Cross, 5; Ashbourne South, 1.
Enter your postcode to find out how many coronavirus-related deaths have occurred in your area.
When confronted with a mass of numbers, it's hard to know exactly how significant they are.
To add a touch of perspective the data also includes how many non-coronavirus related deaths occurred in the area.
Taking a look at the Chellaston figures, the number of fatalities due to coronavirus constituted just over half of all the deaths in that area during the time period.
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On the other hand in Rose Hill and Castleward, coronavirus was involved in just over two thirds - or two out of three - of the total deaths across all causes.
Moving into the wider county, some districts of Derbyshire experienced higher death rates than others with Derby city coming in with the most at 143 fatalities.
Select an area in the map below to find out how many deaths there have been per 100,000 of the population
Other areas with high fatality rates included North East Derbyshire which registered a total of 50 deaths in the area between March 1 and April 17.
This is double the number of deaths in the Derbyshire Dales, which experienced 25, and more than three times the number of fatalities in Bolsover, which had 14 during the time period.
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As the UK reportedly moves past the peak of the pandemic, the Prime Minister is expected to announce the Government's plan for the next phase of the lockdown.
This could include a limited number of people going back to work, some shops and businesses to reopen and some easing of the lockdown regulations.