It is important that data and information provided on the coronavirus outbreak is timely, accurate and interpreted in line with changes to policy and recording. Therefore, a coronavirus infographic report will be published weekly on this page to help inform members of the public of the current coronavirus situation in Southampton. The report summarises some of the key information published by the government, Public Health England and other agencies which can be used to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic both nationally and locally in Southampton.
The report contains information on the number of coronavirus cases, the rate of cases among the resident population, coronavirus related deaths, including where people have died and the number of people reporting coronavirus symptoms through NHS Pathways (for example, 999 calls, 111 calls and 111 online). Links to the data used in the report can be found in the resources section below.
Comparisons in the report are made with the latest 7 days available data to the previous 7 days of data. Weekly variations in data, in the number of cases for example, is to be expected. Therefore, any changes should be interpreted alongside the overall trend, with sustained increases being more important than daily fluctuations. It is also important to highlight that the data in these reports, especially most recent figures, are subject to revision. Data presented in these reports are correct at the time of publishing, but historic reports available here may not necessarily reflect the current most up to date published figures.
The original pdf document has now been replaced by the new interactive COVID-19 Southampton Dashboard, which is available below and is updated 5 days a week Monday to Friday.