West Sussex COVID-19 data summary

This version of the COVID-19 analyses has been built for desktop and large screens. The size of your browser window or screen may be too small to read the data visualisation without some of it overlapping.

We recommend that you go to the mobile friendly version of this site (https://wsx-c19-mobile.netlify.app/).

Alternatively, please increase the window size until you can no longer see this message for the best view of the data.

If you have any comments or questions, please email us at publichealth@westsussex.gov.uk

This website works best in browsers such as Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Safari. However, it does not currently work in Internet Explorer. If you have difficulty viewing the charts on this website please consider using a different web browser.

West Sussex County Council Public Health Department monitors COVID-19 related information on a daily basis, and a summary (collated into a Microsoft Powerpoint file) is published weekly. This is available to download here. Links are provided to public data sources available.

A mobile friendly, quick glance, version of this site is also available. For more information please contact publichealth@westsussex.gov.uk

We have separated this website into several individual pages to make it easier for users to find the information they are most interested in as quickly as possible. You can find out more information about cases, tests, healthcare, and mortality using the headings at the top of each page

The table and visualisation below shows a quick overview of confirmed cases over time and across areas with each tile representing a single day colour coded by the number of new cases (the darker red tiles denote more cases).

You can toggle between viewing the actual number of confirmed cases or confirmed cases as a rate per 100,000 population using the buttons.

Data source: https://coronavirus-staging.data.gov.uk