Figures have been released showing a breakdown of where coronavirus-related deaths have taken place in each part of Cornwall.

An interactive map by the Office for National Statistics breaks the figures down into larger towns and groups of neighbouring towns and villages, although some groupings cover a greater area than others.

They relate to deaths where coronavirus (Covid-19) was the underlying cause or was mentioned on the death certificate as a contributory factor.

They only take in account deaths between March 1 and May 31 this year, which were registered up to and including June 6, and do not include deaths of non-residents.

The figures show that there have been seven deaths in Falmouth up to that date. These have been broken down into four deaths in 'Falmouth East' - one in March and three in April - two deaths in 'Falmouth West and South', in April and May, and one death in 'Falmouth North', in April.

There has been one death in Penryn, in April, one death Ponsanooth, Mabe and Constantine, also in April, and two deaths in Mylor Bridge and Frogpool, in March and April.

Nine deaths have been recorded in Helston overall, with eight of them in April and one in May.

Two deaths were reported in Porthleven, Breage and Praa Sands area, both in April, with two deaths on the Lizard Peninsula - which includes Mullion - also both in April, and four deaths in the Crowan, Wendron and Stithians area, all in April.

Truro as a whole has had six deaths reported, broken down into two in 'Truro South and Central', in April, two in 'Truro East', in March and April, and two in 'Truro West', also in April.

Four people died in St Agnes and Mounts Hawke, one in March and three in April.

Two deaths are recorded in Perranporth and Goonhavern, in April, with no deaths reported from Grampound Road, Newlyn East and Cubert.

Carnon Downs, Chacewater and Shortlanesend show two deaths, in April and May.

One of the largest figures relates to Probus and the Roseland, where 14 people have died - 13 in April and one in May.

There have been two deaths in Redruth - one in 'Redruth South', in May, and one in 'Redruth North', in March - and 11 in Camborne.

These were broken down into two deaths in 'Camborne South', in March and April, five deaths in 'Camborne West', all in April, and four deaths in 'Camborne East' - one in March, two in April and one in May.

Two deaths were recorded in Pool and Illogan Highway, in March and May, and three deaths in Illogan and Portreath, all in April.

No deaths have been recorded in St Day and Lanner.

Hayle has had five deaths, one in March and four in April.

In West Cornwall, Marazion, St Erth, Gwinear and Gwithian have been grouped together, with four deaths reported, two in March and two in April.

Penzance saw five deaths as a whole. These were broken down to two in 'Penzance North', both in April, one in 'Penzance Quay' in April and two in 'Penzance South and Newlyn', in May.

West Penwith and St Buryan has seen six deaths - one in March, three in April and two in May - with two in St Just and Land's End, in April.

Towednack, Lelant and Carbis Bay had nine deaths reported - on in March, five in April and three in March - with four in St Ives and Halsetown: one in March, two in April and one in May.

The full map of Cornwall and around the UK can be found here.