COVID19 deaths and associated vulnerabilities at Middle Super Output Area (MSOA) Level
Coronavirus affects some members of the population more than others. Emerging evidence suggests that older people, people with health conditions such as respiratory and pulmonary conditions, and people of a Black, Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) background are at particular risk. There are also a number of other wider public health risk factors that have been found to increase the likelihood of an individual contracting coronavirus. This tool brings together information about these factors alongside information about the number and rate of deaths.
This report contains information at Middle Super Output Area (MSOA) level. These are a small area statistical geography covering England and Wales. Each area has a similarly sized population and remains stable over time. There are 75 MSOAs in Gloucestershire.They are about twice the size of district council wards having an average population 8,447 and an average of 3,395 households. Their boundaries are not coterminous with district council wards or county council electoral divisions.