Data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows seven people died of Covid-19 in the capital last week.
Figures show four deaths occurred in hospitals, two occurred in care homes and one occurred at home.
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There has been a steady decline in the number of people dying of Covid-19 in London in recent weeks.
Last week 15 people died of coronavirus in the capital.
In the past four weeks, deaths in the capital in a single week have dropped from 18 to 15 to 15 to seven.
The number of people dying from the disease has decreased dramatically since the height of the outbreak, when more than 200 were dying every day in London hospitals.
Latest data from Public Health England shows 6,906 people have died of the virus in London.
In the UK, 46,526 have sadly lost their lives.
Kensington and Chelsea has experienced the fewest deaths (104).
Where in London coronavirus deaths occurred last week
- Barking and Dagenham – 0 deaths
- Barnet – 1 death at hospital
- Bexley – 1 death at care home and 1 death at home
- Brent – 0 deaths
- Bromley – 0 deaths
- Camden – 0 deaths
- City of London – 0 deaths
- Croydon – 0 deaths
- Ealing – 0 deaths
- Enfield – 0 deaths
- Greenwich – 0 deaths
- Hackney – 0 deaths
- Hammersmith and Fulham – 1 death at hospital
- Haringey – 0 deaths
- Harrow – 1 death at care home
- Havering – 0 deaths
- Hillingdon – 0 deaths
- Hounslow – 0 deaths
- Islington – 0 deaths
- Kensington and Chelsea – 0 deaths
- Kingston upon Thames – 0 deaths
- Lambeth – 0 deaths
- Lewisham – 0 deaths
- Merton – 0 deaths
- Newham – 1 death at hospital
- Redbridge – 0 deaths
- Richmond upon Thames – 0 deaths
- Southwark – 1 death at hospital
- Sutton – 0 deaths
- Tower Hamlets – 0 deaths
- Waltham Forest – 0 deaths
- Wandsworth – 0 deaths
Westminster – 0 deaths
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