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Important notes and usage information

  • In the week ending 22 July 2022 (Week 29), 10,978 deaths were registered in England and Wales; this was 18.1% above the five-year average (1,680 excess deaths).
  • The number of deaths registered in England in the week ending 22 July 2022 (Week 29) was 10,316; this was 18.5% above the five-year average (1,611 excess deaths).
  • The number of deaths registered in Wales in the week ending 22 July 2022 (Week 29) was 631; this was 10.5% above the five-year average (60 excess deaths).
  • Of the deaths registered in Week 29 in England and Wales, 745 mentioned “novel coronavirus (COVID-19)”, accounting for 6.8% of all deaths; this was 160 more deaths, with “novel coronavirus (COVID-19)” mentioned compared with the previous week.
  • Of the deaths registered in Week 29 in England, 697 mentioned “novel coronavirus (COVID-19)”, accounting for 6.8% of all deaths; in Wales, 46 deaths mentioned “novel coronavirus (COVID-19)”, accounting for 7.3% of all deaths.
  • Of the 745 deaths involving COVID-19 in Week 29, 62.1% (463 deaths) had this recorded as the underlying cause of death, a decrease from 65.3% in Week 28.
  • Using the most up-to-date data we have available, the number of deaths from the week ending 13 March 2020 to the week ending 22 July 2022 was 1,404,078 in England and Wales; of these, 1,315,661 were recorded in England and 86,381 were recorded in Wales.
  • From the week ending 13 March 2020 to the week ending 22 July 2022, the number of deaths involving COVID-19 in England and Wales was 182,485 of these, 171,629 were recorded in England and 10,552 were recorded in Wales.
  • From the week ending 13 March 2020 to the week ending 22 July 2022, the number of excess deaths above the five-year average in England and Wales was 142,761 of these, 136,758 were recorded in England and 7,277 were recorded in Wales.
  • In Week 29 in England and Wales, the number of deaths was above the five-year average in private homes (31.4% above, 744 excess deaths), hospitals (16.9% above, 706 excess deaths), care homes (10.5% above, 206 excess deaths) and other settings (3.2% above, 25 excess deaths).
  • The number of deaths registered in the UK in the week ending 22 July 2022 (Week 29) was 12,439, which was 17.3% above the five-year average (1,839 excess deaths); of these deaths, 864 involved COVID-19, which was 168 more than in Week 28.