We're committed to providing factual information, advice, and support for our community across Surrey and the UK on the global Coronavirus pandemic (COVID19). We advise that all members of the public be prepared and not panicked. The following data on Surrey Coronavirus cases and Surrey Coronavirus deaths are from official sources including NHS England, Public Health England, and the UK Gov.
The UK Gov is continually amending its data and the way it formats its data so as of Wednesday 22 July 2020 we have aligned our format to match that of the UK Gov.
Once a day the UK Gov and NHS England release the data below for the previous day, our team then update this to reflect the latest data provided by authorities. Data as at Sunday 2 August 2020 at 4:22pm.
With the change of the UK Gov data service we have had to retire our previous system of graphs.
Our team are now working on a new system of automated graphics, charts, graphs, and tables to display Surrey Coronavirus Cases and Surrey Coronavirus Deaths in a more tangible way. We hope to bring you this update in August 2020.
We have curated a selection of items to help protect you, your loved ones, and the general public during Covid-19. Buying items using the links below is an easy way to support Go Surrey as we receive a (very) small commission on each sale.
It is mandatory to wear a face mask covering your nose and mouth in shops, on public transport in England, and other indoor spaces where social distancing may be hard to do.
We recommend using a 60-95% alcohol content hand sanitiser before entering and after leaving shops. Also it is good practice to use it before putting on your face mask and before taking your face mask off.
Don't forget to wash your hands regularly and thoroughly with warm water and soap for about 20 seconds. We recommend washing your hands right away when you get back home.
When cleaning your home, don't forget to disinfect contact surfaces such as doorknobs, door handles, light switches, remotes, etc.
The latest figures of total UK cases and new daily UK cases provided by UK Gov.
|Total UK Cases||New UK Cases|
Total UK Cases - Total number of lab-confirmed UK cases. Total number of people who have had a positive test result.
New UK Cases - Daily number of lab-confirmed UK cases. Number of additional cases.
The latest figures of total UK deaths and new daily UK deaths provided by UK Gov.
|Total UK Deaths||New UK Deaths|
Total UK Deaths - Total number of COVID-19 associated UK deaths. Deaths of people who have had a positive test result.
New UK Deaths - Daily number of COVID-19 associated UK deaths. Number of additional deaths.
The latest figures of total Surrey cases and new daily Surrey cases provided by UK Gov.
|Total Surrey Cases||Daily Surrey Cases|
Total Surrey Cases - Total number of lab-confirmed Surrey cases. Total number of people who have had a positive test result.
New Surrey Cases - Daily number of lab-confirmed Surrey cases. Number of additional cases.
The latest figures of total Surrey hospital deaths and daily deaths provided by UK Gov. This data shows lab confirmed hospital deaths only. The deaths shown below are for the Upper Teir LEA Surrey as defined by the UK Gov.
|Total Surrey Deaths||Daily Surrey Deaths|
Total Surrey Deaths - Total number of deaths of people who have had a positive test result for COVID-19 in Surrey.
New Surrey Deaths - Daily number of deaths of people who have had a positive test result for COVID-19 in Surrey.
The latest figures of total cases and new cases by Surrey Boroughs provided by UK Gov. This data shows lab confirmed cases in Surrey Boroughs only. Data is for the following Surrey boroughs: Elmbridge, Epsom and Ewell, Guildford, Mole Valley, Reigate and Banstead, Runnymede, Spelthorne, Surrey Heath, Tandridge, Waverley, and Woking.
|Borough||Total Cases||New Cases|
|Epsom and Ewell||339||+0|
|Reigate and Banstead||779||+1|
Total Borough Cases - Total number of lab-confirmed borough cases. Total number of people who have had a positive test result.
New Borough Cases - Daily number of lab-confirmed borough cases. Number of additional cases.
The latest figures of total deaths and new deaths by Surrey Boroughs provided by UK Gov. This data shows lab confirmed deaths in Surrey Boroughs only. Data is for the following Surrey boroughs: Elmbridge, Epsom and Ewell, Guildford, Mole Valley, Reigate and Banstead, Runnymede, Spelthorne, Surrey Heath, Tandridge, Waverley, and Woking.
|Borough||Total Deaths||New Deaths|
|Epsom and Ewell||66||+0|
|Reigate and Banstead||155||+0|
Total Borough Deaths - Total number of deaths of people who have had a positive test result for COVID-19 in Surrey boroughs.
New Borough Deaths - Daily number of deaths of people who have had a positive test result for COVID-19 in Surrey boroughs.
If you are concerned about your health due to the Coronvirus in Surrey please see the advice from the NHS on Coronavirus.
Find out the latest response and information from the UK Gov on Coronavirus.
Surrey County Council
You can find more information about the local response by the Surrey County Council on Coronavirus.
We've answered your frequently asked questions about the current Coronavirus COVID19 pandemic.
What is Coronavirus, COVID19, SARS-CoV-2, and 2019-nCoV?
Coronavirus is a type of virus. COVID19 is the name of the pandemic which stands for Coronavirus Disease 2019. SARS-CoV-2 is the specific name of this strain of Coronavirus. 2019-nCoV was the previous name for SARS-CoV-2 at the beginning of this current outbreak which stands for 2019 Novel Coronavirus.
What are the symptoms?
According to the NHS England the main symptoms of the coronavirus usually include:
- High temperature: This means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature).
- New, continuous cough: This means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual).
- Loss or change to your sense of smell or taste: This means you've noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal.
How can I check if I have Coronavirus symptoms?
The NHS 111 has created a new online symptom checker at 111.nhs.uk/covid-19.
How many people in Surrey been infected with COVID-19 Coronavirus?
At the present time it is impossible to know how many people in Surrey have been infected with COVID-19. We can show the confirmed cases as reported by the NHS England, Public Health England, and UK Gov from their lab tests, however, many people who have mild, moderate, or no symptoms may not seek medical help or testing.
How many people in Surrey have died from COVID-19 Coronavirus?
It is impossible to know how many people in Surrey have died as a result of COVID-19. The numbers displayed on this page are for confirmed hospital deaths in the UK as reported by NHS England, Public Health England and the UK Gov. Unfortunately, there will be Coronavirus deaths in Surey outside of hospital which may go unreported and there will be incidental deaths due to the strain on the Surrey healthcare system.
Bringing you the latest updates live on Coronavirus in Surrey and the UK. Updated regularly by our team if you have any features or good news stories, contact us.
The UK Gov and NHS England are gearing up for the largest ever Winter Flu Jab programme which aims to offer free flu vaccinations for some 30 million people most at risk.
All over-50s, people shielding, and those who live with them and children in their first year of secondary school will be offered the free flu jab.
With the expectation of Covid-19 continually possible till at least Summer 2021, the fear of a combined flu season during the Covid-19 pandemic may mean the NHS could struggle.
As stated on the BBC News website: “Flu, which can be deadly or need hospital treatment, poses additional threats during the pandemic:
The team here at Go Surrey use Boots Pharmacy for our flu vaccination every year. We do this to help protect ourselves and the most vulnerable around us – so we thoroughly recommend it.
For more information on the Flu and the Flu Vaccination please see the NHS Flu website.
You can also read more about the UK Gov’s Flu Vaccination Programme for Winter 2020.
Face coverings must be worn in enclosed public spaces from 24 July in England, as the government takes further steps to help curb the spread of the virus.
Coverings will be mandatory in enclosed public spaces including supermarkets, indoor shopping centres, transport hubs, banks and post offices.
They must also be worn when buying takeaway food and drink, although they can be removed in a seating area.
Masks will not be mandatory in indoor venues which have other safety measures in place, including: Eat-in restaurants; Pubs; Hairdressers and salons; Gyms and leisure centres; Cinemas, concert halls and theatres; Visitor attractions like museums.
There are exemptions for children under 11, those with disabilities or certain health conditions, such as respiratory or cognitive impairments that make it difficult for them to wear a face covering.
Public Health England has warned parents not to buy coverings for babies and young children because of the risk of choking or suffocation.
It is not compulsory for shop workers to wear face coverings but the government said it “strongly” recommended that employers consider their use where appropriate.
It will be compulsory to wear a face mask in shops in England from Friday 24 July.
People won’t be required to wear a covering in places where it’s not practical – such as in a pub, cafe or restaurant.
Since 15 June, anyone travelling by bus, train, ferry or plane in England must wear a face covering.
Some passengers are exempt from the rules including:
Wearing a face mask on public transport in England is now compulsory.
Passengers without a covering will be asked to wear one, or will face being refused onboard or fined £100.
More than 3,000 extra staff including police officers are being deployed at stations to make sure people comply.
As of 1st June in England, you will now be able to:
This is in addition to the advice to:
PM confirms schools, colleges and nurseries on track to begin phased reopening.
Schools, colleges and nurseries across England remain on track to open to more children from 1 June, the Prime Minister confirmed today (24 May 2020).
Primary schools will welcome back children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6, while nurseries and other early years providers will begin welcoming back children of all ages.
Secondary schools, sixth forms and colleges will also provide face-to-face contact for Year 10, Year 12 and equivalent 16-19 further education students to help them prepare for exams next year. It is expected this will begin from 15 June, with around a quarter of these secondary students in at any point.
The UK Gov is expanding eligibility for Coronavirus testing to include all over 5 years of age that have symptoms.
Test results currently can take up to 48 hours on average.
Coronavirus symptoms include loss of taste and smell, as well as a fever, tiredness, continuous cough, and breathing difficulties.
The Chancellor has announced an extension of the Furlough Scheme, officially known as the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
The extension will be as is for 1 additional month till the end of July.
From the beginning of August to the end of October the Furlough Scheme will continue but with businesses contributing to the employees wages.
Here at Go Surrey, we feel that it would most likely be the UK Gov contribute 60% of employee wages and employers required to contribute 20%. Employees on the Furlough Scheme at this point will be able to work.
England has started the first baby step to easing the lockdown rules – rules which will be with us for a long time to come.
From today, you will be able to enjoy unlimited outdoor exercise. You can also meet 1 other person outdoors from another household as long as you adhere to the social distancing advice – remaining at least 2 meters apart at all times.
Boris announced today the new plan for the UK slowly, gradually returning to work with it’s new plan and slogan “Stay Alert, Control The Virus, Save Lives“.
The UK is looking at at least 2 months of lockdown with some gradual easements during this period.
PM Boris Johnson is expected to announce a roadmap for gradually easing up of the lockdown on Sunday 10th May.
It’s expected that any easing, if any, will be gradual.
For now, the lockdown still exists so please follow the UK Gov advice to:
Stay at Home. Protect the NHS. Save Lives.
While community transmission has been decreasing, there has been a large increase in UK hospitals and care homes.
PM Boris Johnson has now return to Downing Street to leading the UK Government after his personal battle with Coronavirus.
His personal infection saw him fighting the disease in intensive care at Guys and St Thomas’ hospital.
Today, sadly, the UK hospital death toll has passed 20,000. There are many other non-hospital deaths in the UK making the total direct and in-direct COVID-19 deaths in the UK substantially higher.
The worldwide death toll has also surpassed 200,000 recorded and confirmed deaths. Again, sadly, this number is only part of the story with many deaths going unrecorded.
The UK Gov’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, which pays grants to employers affected by Coronavirus of 80% of staff wages, has opened for applications. Employers should receive the grant cash in 6 days.
The UK Gov announced today that the lockdown will be extended by 3 additional weeks, until at least, Thursday May 7th, 2020.
UK Government announces Self Employed Support package paying 80% of average profits over the past 3 years, up to £2,500 per month, for those with average profits of £50k or less [Source]
UK Government forces bars, restaurants, cafes, gyms, and leisure centres (as well as other entertainment and hospitality venues) to close temporarily until further notice [Source]
UK Government announces that they will provide grants for businesses to pay up to 80% of employee salaries up to £2,500 a month affected by Coronavirus [Source]
Surrey Schools will close after lessons finish on Friday 20th March 2020 until further notice [Source]
All across our wonderful county people are helping during this Coronavirus Pandemic, here are some of the wondeful causes that need donations.
· Donate online to help print PPE visors for NHS front line staff at www.crowdfunder.co.uk/covid-19-visors
· Support care packages for care leavers at www.justgiving.com/support-care-leavers
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