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UK News Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

21:05  14 july  2020
21:05  14 july  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Here is Tuesday’s update of the rolling seven-day rate of new cases of Covid-19 for every local authority in England.

The figures, which are for the seven days to July 11, are based on tests carried out in laboratories (pillar one of the Government’s testing programme) and in the wider community (pillar two).

The rate is expressed as the new number of new cases per 100,000 population.

In Leicester, the rate has risen slightly from 115.1 cases per 100,000 in the seven days to July 4 to 118.2 in the seven days to July 11.

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It was 152.3 in the seven days to June 27.

Second on the list is Pendle, where the rate has gone up from 14.2 to 76.6.

This has been caused by a jump in new cases recorded on July 6 and 7, though subsequent days have not yet seen a similar spike.

Other areas reporting notable week-on-week jumps include:

– Blackburn with Darwen (up from 31.6 to 47.0, with 70 new cases in the seven days to July 11)

– Herefordshire (up from 1.6 to 37.0, where 71 new cases have so far been recorded in the seven days to July 11, linked to an outbreak on a farm near Worcester)

– Peterborough (up from 13.9 to 32.3, with 65 new cases recorded in the seven days to July 11)

– Rochdale (up from 28.6 to 39.1, with 86 new cases in the seven days to July 11)

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The list is based on latest Public Health England figures updated on July 14 on the Government’s coronavirus online dashboard.

Latest list of weekly Covid-19 rates for local areas of England

  Latest list of weekly Covid-19 rates for local areas of England Full details for every local authority area.The figures are based on tests that have been carried out both in laboratories (pillar one of the Government’s testing programme) and in the wider community (pillar two).

Data for the most recent three days (July 12 to 14) has been excluded as it is incomplete and likely to be revised.

Here is the list in full, showing the rate of new cases in the seven days to July 11, followed by the equivalent figure for the previous seven days to July 4.

Leicester 118.2 115.1

Pendle 76.6 14.2

Blackburn with Darwen 47.0 31.6

Rochdale 39.1 28.6

Herefordshire 37.0 1.6

Oadby and Wigston 35.1 31.5

Bradford 35.0 33.1

Peterborough 32.3 13.9

Kirklees 26.7 34.9

East Staffordshire 25.3 7.6

Luton 23.4 16.3

Eastbourne 23.3 8.7

Northampton 21.3 19.1

Carlisle 21.2 15.7

Kettering 20.7 15.8

Braintree 20.5 2.6

Calderdale 19.5 11.9

Oldham 17.4 22.1

Bolton 17.2 17.9

Wakefield 16.5 12.2

Nuneaton and Bedworth 15.5 5.4

Rotherham 15.5 22.3

Blaby 14.9 23.9

East Northamptonshire 14.9 9.6

Dartford 14.6 15.5

Tunbridge Wells 14.4 4.2

Charnwood 14.2 14.2

Thanet 14.1 12.7

Salford 13.8 8.3

Manchester 13.3 14.8

Harborough 13.0 15.1

Sheffield 12.9 17.7

Stoke-on-Trent 12.5 9.8

Burnley 12.4 4.5

St Albans 12.2 14.9

Rugby 11.2 8.4

Tameside 11.1 12.0

Cannock Chase 11.0 9.0

Woking 10.9 7.9

North West Leicestershire 10.8 6.9

Barnsley 10.6 22.0

Dover 10.3 15.4

Fylde 10.0 11.3

Cheshire West and Chester 10.0 12.3

Melton 9.8 15.7

Oxford 9.7 4.5

Gravesham 9.4 6.6

Ashford 8.5 26.3

Corby 8.5 0.0

Preston 8.5 9.9

Sandwell 8.2 4.0

Bedford 8.2 19.8

Leeds 8.0 6.6

Canterbury 7.9 7.3

Derby 7.8 8.6

Walsall 7.8 4.2

Eden 7.6 0.0

Tower Hamlets 7.2 1.9

South Ribble 7.2 8.1

Broxbourne 7.2 0.0

Blackpool 7.2 7.2

Folkestone and Hythe 7.1 24.9

Basildon 7.0 7.5

Newcastle-under-Lyme 7.0 10.8

Wealden 6.9 5.6

Bassetlaw 6.8 12.0

Runnymede 6.8 2.3

Lewes 6.8 3.9

Ribble Valley 6.7 8.3

Elmbridge 6.6 2.2

Wokingham 6.5 1.8

Sefton 6.5 4.7

Brentwood 6.5 5.2

Doncaster 6.4 12.2

Malvern Hills 6.4 5.1

South Holland 6.4 5.3

Wychavon 6.3 0.8

Rother 6.3 3.1

Epsom and Ewell 6.3 2.5

Birmingham 6.2 6.2

Southend-on-Sea 6.0 10.4

Trafford 5.9 5.9

Fenland 5.9 4.9

Hackney and City of London 5.9 4.5

Swindon 5.9 4.5

Tandridge 5.7 4.6

South Cambridgeshire 5.7 2.5

Welwyn Hatfield 5.7 5.7

South Oxfordshire 5.7 1.4

Aylesbury Vale 5.5 9.0

Liverpool 5.5 10.1

Slough 5.4 8.7

Hinckley and Bosworth 5.3 16.0

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West Lindsey 5.3 0.0

Bexley 5.3 3.2

Tamworth 5.2 5.2

Fareham 5.2 1.7

Lincoln 5.0 4.0

Rutland 5.0 5.0

Wellingborough 5.0 7.5

Wirral 4.9 2.8

Hyndburn 4.9 2.5

Haringey 4.8 1.8

Harrow 4.8 3.2

Chesterfield 4.8 5.7

Southampton 4.7 4.4

Stratford-on-Avon 4.7 4.7

Solihull 4.7 3.7

Rochford 4.6 8.0

Central Bedfordshire 4.6 7.8

Dacorum 4.5 3.9

Selby 4.5 6.7

Crawley 4.4 8.9

Torridge 4.4 2.9

West Lancashire 4.4 3.5

Copeland 4.4 2.9

Harrogate 4.4 4.4

North Kesteven 4.3 0.0

Three Rivers 4.3 6.4

Reading 4.3 3.1

Redbridge 4.3 6.3

Hillingdon 4.3 8.5

Rushcliffe 4.2 4.2

Brent 4.2 3.0

Rossendale 4.2 0.0

South Kesteven 4.2 3.5

Chiltern 4.2 2.1

Sevenoaks 4.2 6.7

Bracknell Forest 4.1 1.6

Staffordshire Moorlands 4.1 5.1

Hounslow 4.1 4.1

Swale 4.0 4.0

Wycombe 4.0 6.3

Wandsworth 4.0 2.8

Windsor and Maidenhead 4.0 0.7

Cambridge 4.0 2.4

Amber Valley 3.9 3.2

Cheshire East 3.9 6.0

Telford and Wrekin 3.9 3.4

Worcester 3.9 3.9

Sutton 3.9 1.0

Halton 3.9 6.2

Havering 3.9 3.9

Lichfield 3.8 3.8

Hertsmere 3.8 1.9

Coventry 3.8 3.3

Stockport 3.8 8.2

Vale of White Horse 3.7 3.0

Bury 3.7 10.5

Wigan 3.7 3.1

Medway 3.6 6.5

Wyre 3.6 2.7

Broxtowe 3.5 2.6

Gosport 3.5 2.3

Thurrock 3.5 3.5

Erewash 3.5 6.1

Gateshead 3.5 1.5

Shropshire 3.4 7.8

Tendring 3.4 2.1

Surrey Heath 3.4 4.5

Lambeth 3.4 1.2

Croydon 3.4 1.3

Knowsley 3.3 16.0

Warrington 3.3 4.3

Newcastle upon Tyne 3.3 2.3

Castle Point 3.3 10.0

Lewisham 3.3 1.0

Portsmouth 3.3 1.4

High Peak 3.3 4.3

South Northamptonshire 3.2 5.4

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Tewkesbury 3.2 5.4

Test Valley 3.2 1.6

Southwark 3.2 3.8

Watford 3.1 6.2

Barnet 3.1 2.8

Wolverhampton 3.1 6.1

County Durham 3.0 2.7

North Lincolnshire 2.9 2.9

Waltham Forest 2.9 5.1

Sunderland 2.9 1.1

York 2.9 3.3

South Bucks 2.9 2.9

East Lindsey 2.8 1.4

Greenwich 2.8 2.1

West Oxfordshire 2.7 1.8

Hammersmith and Fulham 2.7 3.8

South Staffordshire 2.7 0.0

South Tyneside 2.7 2.0

Kensington and Chelsea 2.6 1.3

Stockton-on-Tees 2.5 6.1

Islington 2.5 2.5

Mid Devon 2.4 0.0

North Tyneside 2.4 1.5

Merton 2.4 2.4

Nottingham 2.4 5.4

Brighton and Hove 2.4 2.8

Daventry 2.4 8.3

Barking and Dagenham 2.4 2.8

East Riding of Yorkshire 2.4 3.5

Westminster 2.3 2.7

Ealing 2.3 5.3

Forest of Dean 2.3 0.0

Exeter 2.3 0.8

Kingston upon Thames 2.3 2.8

Newham 2.3 4.5

North Hertfordshire 2.3 0.8

Milton Keynes 2.2 1.9

Wiltshire 2.2 1.6

Stafford 2.2 7.4

Dudley 2.2 2.5

Ipswich 2.2 2.2

Bristol 2.2 1.9

Hartlepool 2.1 2.1

Middlesbrough 2.1 2.8

Norwich 2.1 1.4

Horsham 2.1 2.1

Lancaster 2.1 0.7

Hart 2.1 2.1

Allerdale 2.1 4.1

Guildford 2.0 2.7

Bromsgrove 2.0 6.1

East Suffolk 2.0 1.6

Mid Sussex 2.0 1.3

Somerset West and Taunton 1.9 0.0

South Derbyshire 1.9 1.9

Plymouth 1.9 2.7

West Berkshire 1.9 0.6

Richmondshire 1.9 3.8

Darlington 1.9 0.9

Northumberland 1.9 3.4

North Somerset 1.9 1.4

Dorset 1.9 1.3

Ryedale 1.8 3.6

Worthing 1.8 1.8

Bromley 1.8 2.1

Chorley 1.7 3.4

Cheltenham 1.7 4.3

Huntingdonshire 1.7 2.3

St. Helens 1.7 3.9

East Hampshire 1.7 2.5

Chichester 1.7 0.0

Sedgemoor 1.6 4.9

Winchester 1.6 0.8

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 1.6 1.4

Ashfield 1.6 6.3

Adur 1.6 1.6

Maldon 1.6 0.0

Gloucester 1.5 1.5

Hull 1.5 3.8

Camden 1.5 0.8

Epping Forest 1.5 0.8

Eastleigh 1.5 0.8

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 1.5 0.8

Enfield 1.5 3.6

Torbay 1.5 3.7

Redcar and Cleveland 1.5 0.7

Reigate and Banstead 1.4 1.4

East Hertfordshire 1.4 2.0

Cherwell 1.3 8.0

North East Lincolnshire 1.3 1.3

Maidstone 1.2 3.5

Harlow 1.2 3.5

Mole Valley 1.1 4.6

Chelmsford 1.1 5.1

Cotswold 1.1 2.2

New Forest 1.1 1.1

Hambleton 1.1 1.1

Hastings 1.1 1.1

South Gloucestershire 1.1 1.1

Rushmoor 1.1 0.0

Bath and North East Somerset 1.0 0.0

Colchester 1.0 3.1

Richmond upon Thames 1.0 2.0

Spelthorne 1.0 5.0

North East Derbyshire 1.0 8.9

South Lakeland 1.0 2.9

North Norfolk 1.0 1.0

Gedling 0.8 2.5

Stroud 0.8 0.8

Newark and Sherwood 0.8 2.5

Waverley 0.8 3.2

Havant 0.8 0.0

Broadland 0.8 1.5

Tonbridge and Malling 0.8 2.3

Teignbridge 0.8 1.5

South Norfolk 0.7 2.2

Isle of Wight 0.7 2.1

Warwick 0.7 0.7

East Devon 0.7 4.2

King’s Lynn and West Norfolk 0.7 1.3

Arun 0.6 0.0

South Somerset 0.6 0.6

Basingstoke and Deane 0.6 1.1

West Suffolk 0.6 5.6

Babergh 0.0 0.0

Barrow-in-Furness 0.0 0.0

Great Yarmouth 0.0 0.0

North Devon 0.0 0.0

South Hams 0.0 0.0

Uttlesford 0.0 0.0

West Devon 0.0 0.0

Mansfield 0.0 0.9

Scarborough 0.0 0.9

Breckland 0.0 1.4

Mendip 0.0 1.7

Wyre Forest 0.0 2.0

Mid Suffolk 0.0 2.9

East Cambridgeshire 0.0 3.4

Stevenage 0.0 3.4

Craven 0.0 3.5

Redditch 0.0 3.5

North Warwickshire 0.0 6.2

Bolsover 0.0 7.5

Derbyshire Dales 0.0 8.3

Boston 0.0 8.6


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