According to the figures, there have been 427 deaths recorded in the East Durham area between March 1, 2020 and May 31, 2020.
Of these, 162 were related to coronavirus.
This means 38% of deaths recorded in East Durham and Seaham between those dates were Covid-related.
We take a look at which areas had the highest and lowest percentages of Covid-19 related deaths.
*Please note pictures represent the general ward area.
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Blackhall has the highest percentage of coronavirus-related deaths in the East Durham area. There were 37 deaths in total, 19 were Covid related (51%).
2. Murton North and Parkside
Murton North and Parkside has the joint highest percentage of coronavirus-related deaths in the East Durham area. There were 47 deaths in total, 24 were Covid related (51%).
3. Seaham Central and South
There have been 53 deaths in total between March 1, 2020 and May 31, 2020. Of these, 22 were Covid-19 related (42%).
Photo: Stu Norton
4. Peterlee South
In Peterlee South there were 23 deaths in total, nine were linked to Covid-19 (39%).