The government has published the official coronavirus death toll for Brighton and Hove including separate figure for care homes and hospices.
The figures were released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) and include deaths registered up to Friday 15 May.
The ONS said that 70 people with the virus had died in hospital.
A further 46 people with covid-19 have died in care homes.
Six have died in a hospice and five in “other communal establishments”.
One person with the virus died at home, making 128 in total from the start of the pandemic to the middle of this month.
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals (BSUH) has now recorded 129 deaths of people with the virus.
Some of the deaths may have been from other causes but the patients had been tested and found to have covid-19.
The trust runs the Royal Sussex County Hospital and the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, in Brighton, and the Princess Royal Hospital, in Haywards Heath.
The local NHS figures do not, however, include those who died from the coronavirus at home or in a hospice, care home or nursing home.
Sussex Community Foundation Trust, which has its headquarters at Brighton General Hospital, has reported 15 deaths so far. Although the Brighton General is no longer run as a hospital, the trust runs hospitals elsewhere in Sussex.
Western Sussex Hospitals, which shares its leadership with BSUH and runs hospitals in Worthing and Chichester, has now recorded 107 deaths.
Another neighbouring trust, East Sussex Healthcare, which runs hospitals in Eastbourne and Hastings, has reported 81 deaths, while the figure for Surrey and Sussex Healthcare has risen to 241.
Nationally, the number of deaths of people with the virus rose by 324 to 38,161. The UK total included not just hospital patients but those who died in care homes, hospices or at home.
The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus remained unchanged in Brighton and Hove at 434.
In East Sussex the number stayed the same at 708 and likewise in West Sussex the figure was unchanged at 1,320, making 2,462 cases in Sussex as a whole.