LONDON, July 3 (Reuters) - The agency leading the fight against COVID-19 in England has published data revealing the broad location of all people who have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Public Health England released the data covering more than 243,000 laboratory-confirmed COVID-positive tests after local authorities complained they had insufficient information to track the outbreak, which has cost 44,000 lives, according to the official toll.
The data is available at: coronavirus.data.gov.uk/
Reuters is tracking infection in every district since February 21 here: covid19-data.ddns.net/ (reporting by Stephen Grey and Ryan McNeill)
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