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Covid-19 Islington Data

This page gives up-to-date data on the number of vaccinations, levels of Covid-19 infection and number of Covid-19 related deaths in Islington.


We upload an up-to-date overview of data each week.

Islington Covid-19 Overview

Vaccinations 

143,565 of Islington residents have had their first vaccine at least, up to 11/07/2021.

Cases, tests and deaths

Islington's cases and London comparison

The following datasets are updated daily.

Total number of cases and daily new cases in Islington

You can also get up-to-date data from the GOV.UK website:

Number of cases by geography

The R number and growth rate in the UK

Particular care should be taken when interpreting these estimates, as they are based on low numbers of cases and/or dominated by clustered outbreaks.

If you have any questions or would like more information, you can contact the Camden and Islington Public by emailing PHASS@islington.gov.uk

However, the crisis is not over, as lockdown eases and non-essential shops begin to open there is a risk of a resurgence in Covid-19. 

Monitoring Covid-19 infections and deaths on a regular basis will help to keep everyone in Islington safe and make sure we can stop the spread of the virus. These statistics will be updated on a weekly basis.

 

However, the crisis is not over, as lockdown eases and non-essential shops begin to open there is a risk of a resurgence in Covid-19.

Monitoring Covid-19 infections and deaths on a regular basis will help to keep everyone in Islington safe and make sure we can stop the spread of the virus. These statistics will be updated on a weekly basis.

 

Covid-19 resident engagement

The Camden and Islington Public Health team, colleagues from both councils, Islington Healthwatch, Camden Healthwatch, North Central London Clinical Commissioning Group and local Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) organisations have been working together to take forward a programme of resident engagement work since the summer 2020. The purpose of this resident engagement was to gain an understanding of how local communities and residents understand and engage with COVID-19 prevention and control measures, and how they feel they have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, with a focus on inequality. The aim of this work is to inform how local systems can better support residents, in particular our more vulnerable residents, throughout the pandemic.

The Covid-19 full report sets out the findings from the research and actions for all stakeholders from across the system to take forward.

Access the full report of the Covid-19 resident engagement (PDF) and the executive summary (PDF).

Covid Resident Engagement - Easy Read (PDF)

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