MORE than 624 coronavirus-related deaths have been recorded in Sussex since the beginning of the pandemic, Government figures reveal.

But some areas in our county are yet to record a single Covid death, according to an interactive map produced by the Office for National Statistics.

Data so far only includes deaths between March 1 and 31 May 2020 and registered by 3 July 2020 - but it shows the areas where the fewest deaths have been registered.

Each death recorded is of someone that had tested positive for the virus.

>> Read more: Coronavirus map shows death toll in Sussex

Areas with low numbers are clustered together.

While wards with high flare ups, including Woodingdean (16) and Saltdean (10), are also positioned near to each other.

Ore, Rye and Winchelsea, central Hastings and Conquest & St Helens are yet to record a single death.

While lots of other neighbourhoods have only reported one death. 

Use the map below to enter your postcode or scroll past for a full list for each region (data covers deaths up to June 30, registered by July 11)

Below are Sussex neighbourhoods with five or fewer deaths:

Newhaven Town: 5

Newhaven West 4

Peacehaven East: 4

Whitehawk: 3

Bevendean and Moulsecoomb East: 5

Coldean and Moulsecoomb North: 3

Hollingdean and Moulsecoomb West: 4

Hollingbury: 5

Fiveways: 1

Round Hill: 1

North Laine and The Lanes: 1

St James’s Street and Queen’s Park: 4

Seven Dials: 2

Brunswick: 1

Hove Central: 1

Goldsmid East: 2

Withdean Woods: 1

Aldrington South: 5

Portslade by Sea: 4

Portslade Village: 4

Mile Oak: 4

Kingston and Southwick: 1

Buckingham: 5

Shoreham Central and Beach: 2

Ore: 0

Rye and Winchelsea: 0

Hastings: 0

Conquest & St Helens: 0

Broomgrove: 0