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@dayrob83 Hi Rob, sorry about this. If you can email your telephone and COV number (should be on your original ema… https://t.co/mlqhGWDe6F @galiaannabelle @rorapiergiacomi @IQVIA_UK Hi there, we have published information about this on our website. As… https://t.co/bw1mIPtXUp @BrianBirdieBhoy I'm sorry to hear this Brian. If you can send your details through to COVID-19@ons.gov.uk along w… https://t.co/L5atGLPz88 @townshend_chloe @UniofOxford @Barker1Anna Really sorry to hear about this. We are working on an email system to c… https://t.co/KUCQPgdzpE @jon_theo @IQVIA_UK @Foggii Hi Jonathan, we have published information about this on our website which I hope helps? https://t.co/GvyUH7jqCj @Original_Jonks Hi, please email our team at Incentives.Mailbox@ons.gov.uk with your COV ref and we can look in to… https://t.co/6F92TEsKyvIn the same time period we estimate that 1 in 180 people in Scotland would test positive for #COVID19, though these… https://t.co/vIaMB8Q8pQDuring the most recent two weeks of the study we estimate that 1.01% of people in Northern Ireland had #COVID19, an… https://t.co/G5nOycb13SIn Wales, during the same week, we estimate that at any given time 16,700 people had #COVID19, or around 1 in 180 p… https://t.co/0rBbziygSENew regional analysis of antibody data for England shows clear evidence of variation between regions. The highest… https://t.co/b1fqSa0xKgFrom 10-16 October the highest infection rates continue to be seen in the North West, Yorkshire and The Humber and… https://t.co/6WBBhaAaiRThere have been increases in #COVID19 infection rates in all age groups over the past two weeks, including over-70s… https://t.co/ENDjUlT3u5During the most recent week, we estimate there were around 35,200 new #COVID19 infections per day in England… https://t.co/V1gN4lLOYFHeadline estimates for England suggest infection numbers have continued to rise in recent weeks. At any given tim… https://t.co/Jdsi3IOyO2As part of this week’s bulletin we are reporting estimates of how many people would test positive for #COVID19 in e… https://t.co/DukoNyaoJqOf all male deaths registered in 2019, 66 were due to breast cancer https://t.co/CqtowaP4xtIn 2019, breast cancer was the leading cause of death for females aged 35 to 64 https://t.co/Ac0H5TX6zyIn England and Wales, deaths due to breast cancer accounted for 3.8% of all female deaths registered in 2019 https://t.co/AVE9BbgyGlToday is @BreastCancerNow’s #WearItPink day for breast cancer awareness. Our most recent data show that 2019 cont… https://t.co/KAChRUNiPq @SarahScobie2 Hi, it will be published today at 12pm Thanks ^Nathan66% of adults with dependent children reported their oldest child had a lot or some support from their school or co… https://t.co/pzvlpPUl12Among those who’d either been sent home or had an outbreak, 74% said the school had done a good job in handling the… https://t.co/Q44K9V2E838% of adults with dependent children had their oldest child sent home due to #COVID19 in their class, year group or… https://t.co/h1CzPP4qshMore than a quarter of adults with dependent children said the pandemic is affecting their child’s feelings about g… https://t.co/jYknrjGeJR4% of adults had met up indoors in a group of more than six people. However, more than half of these met for appr… https://t.co/SSva8onBuGThis week our Opinions and Lifestyle survey (covering the period 14 to 18 October) continues to look at aspects of… https://t.co/GSW0q20650Most deaths that have occurred in 2020 (registered by 10 October) have been in hospitals, but the proportion was lo… https://t.co/Z6oDjBBGJXIn January to September 2020, #COVID19 was the underlying cause of death in: ▪️ 11.5% of all deaths that occurred… https://t.co/4KNLWLtjguLooking at deaths that have occurred in 2020 (registered by 10 October): ▪️ 405,534 deaths occurred in England (35… https://t.co/B4U5WuvYCcAdjusting for age, the #COVID19 mortality rate for September was 12.6 per 100,000 persons in England and 10.8 in Wa… https://t.co/lmkzo7patA#COVID19 did not feature in the top 10 causes of death in September for England and Wales. • In England it was the… https://t.co/f359HBbtUNThe leading cause of death in September was dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, accounting for 11.2% of deaths in Eng… https://t.co/dmWIIJ55JdIn September 2020, there were 39,827 deaths registered in England, 2,568 deaths more than the five-year average (20… https://t.co/pEvWURW3RS @sharpebirder Hi Chris, Please email our team at COVID-19@ons.gov.uk with your household ref number and our team wi… https://t.co/QmFCjyeZ4c @_Miss_Clarkson Hi, Please email our team at COVID-19@ons.gov.uk with your COV ref number and we will investigate asap Thanks ^Nathan @millionthtry We apologise for the inconvenience. Please email UKCOVIDsurvey@iqvia.com your unique household refere… https://t.co/yGSyNvujNS @DrBoofle We apologise for the inconvenience. Please email UKCOVIDsurvey@iqvia.com your unique household reference… https://t.co/YWS57bJcux @ChrissyFrost4 We apologise for the inconvenience. Please email UKCOVIDsurvey@iqvia.com your unique household refer… https://t.co/xoDps4w6Ah @Rob_G_Jackson We apologise for the inconvenience. Please email UKCOVIDsurvey@iqvia.com your unique household refer… https://t.co/1oYDKtPfvgDue to implications of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we have published these data earlier than usual… https://t.co/gxpFA2ClvA.@jathers_ONS also noted: (4/4) https://t.co/TobLko3JCl.@jathers_ONS added: (3/4) https://t.co/1Va52DqFdq.@jathers_ONS also commented: (2/4) https://t.co/NxBRpm0OluDiscussing today’s figures, Deputy National Statistician for Economic Statistics @jathers_ONS said: (1/4) https://t.co/r5YAPYnbAwHome improvement sales continued to do well in September with increased sales in household goods… https://t.co/PT2nVI8DYHFuel was the only negative contribution to the overall recovery in retail sales in September, when compared with Fe… https://t.co/soWZ8BIqcvThe proportion of online spending peaked during lockdown but still remains higher than pre-pandemic months… https://t.co/fjq2GEACLCRetail sales increased by an estimated 1.5% in September. This is the fifth consecutive month of growth, resulting… https://t.co/TRH448N0AO
10/23
2020
There is currently no one data source that brings together detailed info on income, spending and wealth in the UK.… https://t.co/cMEJiTS8Pm
Retweeted by Office for National Statistics (ONS) @DanielSadhu Hi Daniel, our latest data on this is here: https://t.co/qZKummtpweToday, @NHSDigital – in collaboration with @ONS and @NatCen – have published research on the effect of #COVID19 on… https://t.co/Dz52NX7Rv5
Retweeted by Office for National Statistics (ONS)Today @NHSDigital – in collaboration with the ONS and @NatCen Social Research – has published research on the effec… https://t.co/MCc4K2E0ldPeople with experience of housing difficulties in the past have lower average ratings of life satisfaction currentl… https://t.co/WcS6EJ3vXSPeople that have experienced housing difficulties in the past were more likely to currently be renting, living in a… https://t.co/2eyf1U6s8BThe most common methods of exit from housing difficulties were: ▪️ Moving into social or subsidised housing (39%)… https://t.co/3EBB84uXTqThe main reason provided for experiencing housing difficulties was a breakdown of relationships, family problems or… https://t.co/zhck36EydiAlmost 1 in 10 adults (9%) in the UK in 2018 had experienced some form of housing difficulty at some point in their… https://t.co/OobwtGBFkOLooking at data from 2018 we’ve explored the number of people in the UK who at some time in their lives have experi… https://t.co/8ZRTg97Tv99% of the workforce were on partial or full furlough leave. This has remained unchanged since early September… https://t.co/XCObCmXsf348% of businesses experienced a decrease in turnover. The trend in this percentage has flattened since early Augus… https://t.co/BsKA5RxPhNAt 70%, the arts, entertainment and recreation industry had the lowest percentage of businesses currently trading c… https://t.co/djaVMBrqHsWe’ve also published the latest results from the Business Impacts of Coronavirus Survey (21 September to 4 October) https://t.co/nPxPxHYhD1Footfall in the week ending 18 October fell to below 70% of its level at that time in 2019, down across high street… https://t.co/0F4j1NX2QSThe proportion of adults who travelled to work was down 5 percentage points, to 60%, according to the Opinions and… https://t.co/SYCs0hwOLC71% of businesses in the economy as a whole said that they were at no risk of insolvency, or at only low risk. How… https://t.co/rZNA0RazoVOur latest economic and society impact indicators have been published today as part of our response to the… https://t.co/wWMI1WqPv8 @lindasgrant Hi Linda, Please email our team at COVID-19@ons.gov.uk with your ref number and we will look into this for you. Thanks ^Nathan @suttoncabbie We apologise for the inconvenience. Please email UKCOVIDsurvey@iqvia.com your unique household refere… https://t.co/gobXhqmq9w @jaysusanned Hi, Sorry for the inconvenience I think we may of had issue yesterday with our app, Please email UKCOV… https://t.co/GbX8wFyjcg @SGrahamg5 We apologise for the inconvenience. Please email UKCOVIDsurvey@iqvia.com your unique household reference… https://t.co/GvSps5WUXq @sharpebirder We apologise for the inconvenience. Please email UKCOVIDsurvey@iqvia.com your unique household refere… https://t.co/FvP4rLvT0A @THEWHITLAM Hi, Once your test results have been processed, all swab test results will be sent to your GP. Please a… https://t.co/yOt9KTjRCX
10/22
2020
@AndreaAstbury Hi Andrea, thanks for getting in touch and sorry you haven't been able to reach us. If you send an e… https://t.co/MznhQMWHU2 @Barker1Anna @UniofOxford Hi Anna, we communicate results to participants and anyone with a positive result will be… https://t.co/U7bRlmyp38 @AJamesW2 @SteveBakerHW Hi there, our data only goes back to May - you can find all of our releases on this here: https://t.co/NqEb4cUM7f @siy86 Hi Simon, thanks for getting in touch and for your participation in our survey. Would you please send an ema… https://t.co/okMEqEHrOx @AnnabelFlint Hi, Please email COVID-19@ons.gov.uk with full details and we can look in to this for you. Thanks ^Nathan @notayesmansecon Thank you for you query. The RPIY series was discontinued in January 2017 as outlined in the artic… https://t.co/Lx6x1J8x2P @DilipShah_ August’s VAT reduction meant a downward movement to the annual and 1-month inflation rates. In Septembe… https://t.co/NIXQyrZExa @DilipShah_ The Eat Out to Help Out scheme would not impact on the CPI-CT analysis as the scheme was not a change in tax or duty 1/2 @BeckiCharlotte_ Please email COVID-19@ons.gov.uk with you COV ref and we can look into whats gone wrong. Thanks ^Nathan @BeckiCharlotte_ Hi, Please email our team at COVID-19@ons.gov.uk and we will look into this asap. Thanks ^Nathan @_Miss_Clarkson Hi please email Incentives.Mailbox@ons.gov.uk with your COV/ABQ ref number and our team will invest… https://t.co/pF93SpAqux @MarkWood3010 We apologise for the inconvenience. Please email UKCOVIDsurvey@iqvia.com your unique household refere… https://t.co/MLf737QRdr @straw76berry We apologise for the inconvenience. Please email UKCOVIDsurvey@iqvia.com your unique household refere… https://t.co/nxypUj3nDj @Wendydo91180462 Hi,please email Incentives.Mailbox@ons.gov.uk with you COV or ABQ ref number and our team will inv… https://t.co/Z2RJA66712Private rental prices paid by tenants in the UK rose by 1.5% in the 12 months to September 2020; no change since Au… https://t.co/x6q5nRD8SGThe average UK house price was £239,000 in August 2020 (up from £237,000 in July 2020); this is £6,000 higher than… https://t.co/uqDDppw60jUK average house prices increased by 2.5% over the year to August 2020, up from 2.1% in July 2020… https://t.co/L49nMTkQKwUK Borrowing was £36.1 billion in September 2020, nearly five times the £7.7 billion borrowed in September 2019 but… https://t.co/NS0z51jZe9
Retweeted by Office for National Statistics (ONS)Due to implications of the ongoing #coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we have published these data earlier than usua… https://t.co/35YjkYHlkUAir fares would normally fall substantially due to the end of the holidays but with prices subdued this year, the p… https://t.co/0ny1ftdoLwThe official end to the Eat Out to Help Out scheme meant prices for dining out rose during September, partially off… https://t.co/Mg0zSeaWkBThis suggests that the discount offered earlier in the week may have incentivised some people to eat out on days wh… https://t.co/XV1bV4LUxxThe average for August, when the Eat Out to Help Out scheme was running, shows a higher than usual proportion of tr… https://t.co/yLdjKfmDo7Using card transaction data from @Revolutapp, we’ve also been able to look in more detail at consumer behaviour dur… https://t.co/LYCaWRUyUXToday we have also published an article looking at the impacts of the Eat Out to Help scheme on consumer price infl… https://t.co/yeuTL9l7XN.@jathers_ONS added: (3/3) https://t.co/XbEhjNzaOA.@jathers_ONS also said: (2/3) https://t.co/zhEQXyMpQhDeputy National Statistician for Economic Statistics @jathers_ONS said of today’s figures: (1/3) https://t.co/paStZr8fee
10/21
2020

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