Local Coronovirus Statistics For the Audlem-Bunbury-Wrenbury MSOA

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HMG/NHS have divided the country (England and Wales) into parcels known as OAs, LSOAs, and MSOAs. MSOAs (Middle Layer Super Output Areas — and no, I don't really know what that means!) are typically about 7,200 persons.

Our MSOA is for Audlem, Bunbury, and Wrenbury.

Statistics are available for these divisions from HMG/NHS via https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk, open up the cases button and then scanning down to find 'Cases by local area in England', and finally then by either using the map or by entering your postcode.

But AudlemOnline has made it easy for you! Simply hit the Coronovirus banner on the opening page or go to here for the local statistical picture.

If you wish to check the statistics for relatives or holiday destinations in England/Wales, I'm afraid you'll have to navigate the HMG web pages.

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