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Covid-19 Update – 8/9/20

Intelligence Bulletin – 08 September, 2020

Local Impact  

Economy

  • The Eat out to Help Out scheme figures were released last week(External link). Comparatively, in the South West, Cornwall had the fourth largest number of registered restaurants (988), with the second highest number of meals claimed (1,178,000) and amount of discount claimed (6,670,000). Broken down to Cornwall’s parliamentary constituencies, St Ives has the highest number of registered restaurants, North Cornwall had the highest number of meals claimed and highest amount of discount claimed:  
Parliamentary constituency code  Parliamentary Constituency  Total number of registered restaurants  Total number of meals claimed for  Total amount of discount claimed (£)  Average discount per meal (£) 
E14000616  Camborne and Redruth  119  128,000.00  747,000.00  5.83 
E14000837  North Cornwall  188  266,000.00  1,505,000.00  5.66 
E14000938  South East Cornwall  114  109,000.00  606,000.00  5.55 
E14000961  St Austell and Newquay  186  249,000.00  1,346,000.00  5.41 
E14001003  Truro and Falmouth  186  176,000.00  1,035,000.00  5.88 
E14000964  St Ives  195  250,000.00  1,431,000.00  5.72 

 

Climate 

Health

  •  The ONS has published provisional monthly figures showing the number of COVID-19 deaths and age-standardised mortality rates(External link) in England and Wales from March to July 2020, by age, sex, and local authority.  Deaths by MSOA (Middle Layer Super Output Area), Rural-Urban Classification and Travel to Work Areas (including in Cornwall) are also available. ONS analysis shows that COVID-19 has had a proportionally higher impact on the most deprived areas of England, with the age-standardised mortality rate in July being more than double the mortality rate in the least deprived areas (3.1 deaths per 100,000 population compared to 1.4), echoing results seen in previous months.  Cornwall is currently ranked 83rd out of 317 local authority areas for deprivation (where a rank of 1 has the highest proportion of the population living in the most deprived neighbourhoods). 17 of Cornwall’s 326 neighbourhoods (Lower Super Output Areas) are considered in the top 10% most deprived areas in England.    

 

National Impact

Economy:  

Health, Social Care and Children’s:  

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