Here is Thursday’s update of the rolling seven-day rate of brand-new cases of Covid-19 for each local authority in England.
The figures, for the 7 days to July 27, are based upon tests carried out in laboratories (pillar one of the Federal government’s screening programme) and in the larger neighborhood (pillar two).
The rate is revealed as the number of brand-new cases per 100,000 individuals.
Data for the most current 3 days (July 28-30) has actually been left out as it is insufficient and most likely to be revised.
In Blackburn with Darwen, the rate has risen from 83.3 cases per 100,000 individuals in the 7 days to July 20 to 89.3 in the 7 days to July27 A total of 133 new cases have actually been tape-recorded.
Leicester is in 2nd location, where the seven-day rate has fallen from 67.8 to 60.2, with 214 new cases.
Other areas reporting significant week-on-week dives consist of:
— Oldham (up from 23.3 to 54.3, with 128 brand-new cases)
— Pendle (up from 27.4 to 42.7, with 39 brand-new cases)
— Trafford (up from 15.2 to 41.0, with 97 new cases)
— Calderdale (up from 20.9 to 33.8, with 71 brand-new cases)
— Swindon (up from 9.0 to 28.8, with 64 brand-new cases)
The list is based upon Public Health England figures updated on July 30 on the Government’s coronavirus online dashboard.
Here is the list in full. From left to right, it reads: name of regional authority; the rate of brand-new cases in the 7 days to July 27; the number (in brackets) of new cases tape-recorded in the 7 days to July 27; the rate of new cases in the seven days to July 20; the number (in brackets) of new cases taped in the 7 days to July 20.