Latest Isle of Wight Coronavirus figures: 14th August 2020

New Isle of Wight Coronavirus cases in the latest figures released today, 14th August 2020

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There has been another slight increase in the number of confirmed Coronavirus (Covid-19) cases on the Isle of Wight from 425 to 426 – making the rate per 100,000 of population 300.5.

This compares with 520 cases in neighbouring Portsmouth (242 per 100,000 of population) and 975 cases in Southampton (386.1 per 100,000 of population).

Total number of deaths
The total number of deaths on the Isle of Wight where Covid-19 is named on the death certificate remains at 86.

The figure is made up of 39 deaths in hospital, three deaths at home, one at the hospice and 43 deaths in care homes.

Our thoughts are with all those who have lost loved ones and with the care and NHS staff who have worked so hard to help save lives.

Image: Vincent Ghilione under CC BY 2.0

Friday, 14th August, 2020 10:29am



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Statistics, statistics! They have to be taken in context. The population of the Island swells in the tourist season, especially during the school summer holidays. I wonder how many times higher our population is now than in the winter months?


Those counted in the ‘tested & confirmed’ cases referred to in the article are I believe, permanent residents only, so cases as % of population *should* remain similar


The virus so deadly you have to be tested to see if you have it.