The information on this page explains how many coronavirus cases there are in Camden, how many residents have been tested and how many residents sadly have died.
Camden’s COVID-19 Open Data Dashboard brings together all the publicly available data on coronavirus in Camden. Here you will find information on:
- COVID-19 vaccinations by week
- cases by week
- deaths by week
- and cases mapped by local boroughs
Particular care should be taken when interpreting these estimates, as they are based on low numbers of cases and/or dominated by clustered outbreaks.
Daily data is also published on Public Health England’s dashboard, which includes the number of confirmed cases in Camden.
If you have any questions or would like more information, you can contact the Camden and Islington Public Health Team by emailing PHASS@islington.gov.uk.
If you have coronavirus symptoms
If you’ve recently developed coronavirus symptoms, please get tested and self isolate for 10 days. This means not leaving your home for any reason other than to get a test. You can organise a test at nhs.uk/coronavirus or by calling 119.
If you have developed coronavirus symptoms or have tested positive and need support to self-isolate, please call us on 020 7974 4444 (option 9).
If you need any other support at this time, you can find more access to support on our coronavirus web pages or you can call us at the above number.
COVID-19 resident engagement
The Camden and Islington Public Health team, colleagues from both councils, Islington Healthwatch, Camden Healthwatch, North Central London Clinical Commissioning Group and local Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) organisations have been working together to take forward a programme of resident engagement work since the summer 2020. The purpose of this resident engagement was to gain an understanding of how local communities and residents understand and engage with COVID-19 prevention and control measures, and how they feel they have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, with a focus on inequality. The aim of this work is to inform how local systems can better support residents, in particular our more vulnerable residents, throughout the pandemic.
The COVID-19 full report sets out the findings from the research and actions for all stakeholders from across the system to take forward.