Full List Shows Which Areas of England Are Seeing a Rise in Coronavirus Cases
Full List Shows Which Areas of England Are Seeing a Rise in Coronavirus Cases
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Full List Shows Which Areas of England Are Seeing a Rise in Coronavirus Cases

England's residents may be starting to wonder just how safe their home areas really are. A full list reveals which areas are thriving and which are once again, falling victim to coronavirus.

It's a very confusing time. While it has now been announced that people will have to wear masks in public stores, supermarkets and on public transport and some areas have gone back into lockdown, gyms and bars continue to open. So, the question on everyone's minds is 'is my area safe'. Well, a full list shows which areas of England are seeing a rise in coronavirus cases and which lucky places are witnessing a fall.

The freshly released data does not include information from the last week (20-23rd July) but the rolling 7-day data set shows the areas that have been suffering from a rapid rise in covid cases leading up to the 19th of July.

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

Blackburn sees the highest rise with Darwen. In the last seven days coronavirus cases rose from 48.3 cases per 100,000 people to July 12th with the week leading up to the 19th seeing 79.9 cases per 100,000 with 119 new cases recorded.

Coming in second is Leicester who has actually seen an overall decline in cases 110.6 to 71.8 but has seen an overall 255 new cases.

Other areas witnessing an increase are Oadby (now at 68.4 and has recorded 39 new cases), Rochdale (47.3 with 104 new cases), Hyndburn (now at 38.4, with 31 new cases) and Sandwell who is up from 8.6 to 23.2 cases per 100,000 and have recorded 76 new cases.

What about the rest of England?

A list has been released of all coronavirus increases and decreases across the country from the 12th to the 19th of July. The list in in order of highest number of cases per 100,000 to the lowest:

  • Blackburn with Darwen 79.9 from 48.3
  • Leicester 71.8 from 110.6
  • Oadby and Wigston 68.4 from 35.1
  • Rochdale 47.3 from 33.6
  • Bradford 40.6 from 38.3
  • Hyndburn 38.4 from 4.9
  • Eden 30.3 from 9.5
  • Pendle 29.5 from 77.7
  • Kirklees 28.0 from 27.8
  • Luton 27.6 from 25.2
  • Northampton 27.1 from 21.3
  • Carlisle 24.9 from 18.5
  • Herefordshire 24.5 from 36.4
  • Rotherham 23.4 from 16.6
  • Sandwell 23.2 from 8.6
  • Calderdale 21.9 from 22.4
  • Ashford 21.7 from 10.8
  • Eastbourne 21.3 from 22.3
  • Corby 18.4 from 9.9
  • Oldham 18.2 from 16.6
  • Wakefield 18.0 from 19.1
  • Peterborough 17.9 from 32.8
  • Gravesham 17.9 from 11.3
  • Hackney and City of London 16.3 from 5.2
  • Braintree 15.8 from 22.4
  • Burnley 15.8 from 12.4
  • Bolton 15.8 from 15.8
  • East Staffordshire 15.2 from 29.5
  • Barnsley 14.3 from 11.0
  • Bedford 13.4 from 7.0
  • Thanet 13.4 from 13.4
  • Manchester 13.1 from 13.7
  • Blaby 12.9 from 10.0
  • Kettering 12.8 from 25.7
  • Dartford 12.8 from 16.4
  • Birmingham 11.7 from 7.0
  • Sheffield 11.2 from 13.7
  • Salford 11.0 from 14.5
  • Walsall 10.9 from 9.2
  • North Warwickshire 10.8 from 0.0
  • Bury 10.5 from 3.7
  • Trafford 10.2 from 5.9
  • Rutland 10.1 from 5.0
  • Fylde 10.0 from 10.0
  • Preston 9.9 from 7.8
  • Canterbury 9.7 from 7.3
  • Watford 9.3 from 2.1
  • Solihull 8.8 from 4.7
  • Southend-on-Sea 8.8 from 7.7
  • Telford and Wrekin 8.4 from 6.7
  • Swindon 8.1 from 5.0
  • Crawley 8.0 from 2.7
  • Stockport 7.9 from 3.8
  • Nuneaton and Bedworth 7.8 from 12.4
  • Dover 7.7 from 10.3
  • Tendring 7.5 from 2.7
  • East Northamptonshire 7.5 from 18.1
  • Allerdale 7.2 from 2.1
  • Daventry 7.1 from 2.4
  • Lincoln 7.1 from 3.0
  • Rossendale 7.1 from 7.1
  • Sefton 6.9 from 7.3
  • Uttlesford 6.7 from 0.0
  • Redbridge 6.6 from 3.6
  • Newark and Sherwood 6.6 from 0.8
  • Charnwood 6.6 from 11.0
  • Coventry 6.5 from 2.7
  • Oxford 6.5 from 9.1
  • Maidstone 6.5 from 1.2
  • South Cambridgeshire 6.3 from 5.7
  • West Lindsey 6.3 from 5.3
  • Hinckley and Bosworth 6.2 from 5.3
  • Folkestone and Hythe 6.2 from 7.1
  • Leeds 6.2 from 8.0
  • Havering 6.2 from 4.3
  • St Albans 6.1 from 12.9
  • Central Bedfordshire 6.0 from 4.9
  • Newham 6.0 from 3.7
  • Fenland 5.9 from 5.9
  • North West Leicestershire 5.9 from 6.9
  • Melton 5.9 from 9.8
  • Barnet 5.9 from 3.6
  • Derby 5.8 from 6.6
  • Waltham Forest 5.8 from 3.3
  • Hull 5.8 from 1.9
  • Middlesbrough 5.7 from 2.1
  • Huntingdonshire 5.6 from 1.7
  • Cheshire West and Chester 5.6 from 10.0
  • Reading 5.5 from 5.5
  • Wandsworth 5.5 from 4.0
  • Mansfield 5.5 from 0.0
  • High Peak 5.4 from 3.3
  • Harborough 5.4 from 14.1
  • Enfield 5.4 from 1.2
  • Basildon 5.4 from 6.5
  • Hartlepool 5.4 from 3.2
  • Craven 5.3 from 0.0
  • Bexley 5.3 from 6.1
  • Brentwood 5.2 from 7.8
  • Haringey 5.2 from 4.4
  • Doncaster 5.2 from 7.4
  • Wellingborough 5.0 from 7.5
  • Wealden 5.0 from 6.2
  • Cheshire East 5.0 from 3.4
  • Chichester 5.0 from 1.7
  • Wolverhampton 5.0 from 3.8
  • Woking 4.9 from 6.9
  • Tameside 4.9 from 8.9
  • Lewes 4.9 from 6.8
  • Lichfield 4.8 from 3.8
  • Slough 4.7 from 5.4
  • Cherwell 4.7 from 1.3
  • Mid Sussex 4.7 from 2.0
  • Hillingdon 4.6 from 4.9
  • West Oxfordshire 4.6 from 2.7
  • Nottingham 4.5 from 2.1
  • Teignbridge 4.5 from 0.8
  • Wyre 4.5 from 1.8
  • Tower Hamlets 4.4 from 6.3
  • West Lancashire 4.4 from 2.6
  • Warrington 4.3 from 3.3
  • Lewisham 4.3 from 3.3
  • Bassetlaw 4.3 from 8.6
  • Barking and Dagenham 4.2 from 2.8
  • East Devon 4.2 from 1.4
  • Hounslow 4.1 from 4.8
  • Swale 4.0 from 4.0
  • Cannock Chase 4.0 from 10.0
  • Wigan 4.0 from 3.7
  • Windsor and Maidenhead 4.0 from 4.0
  • Worcester 3.9 from 2.9
  • Rugby 3.7 from 11.2
  • Stafford 3.7 from 2.9
  • Newcastle upon Tyne 3.7 from 3.3
  • Worthing 3.6 from 4.5
  • Redditch 3.5 from 0.0
  • Stoke-on-Trent 3.5 from 10.6
  • Aylesbury Vale 3.5 from 4.5
  • North Lincolnshire 3.5 from1.7
  • Thurrock 3.5 from 5.8
  • Surrey Heath 3.4 from 2.3
  • Islington 3.3 from 2.5
  • Knowsley 3.3 from 3.3
  • Castle Point 3.3 from 5.6
  • Sevenoaks 3.3 from 6.7
  • Dacorum 3.2 from 5.2
  • Medway 3.2 from 5.0
  • Hastings 3.2 from 1.1
  • Kensington and Chelsea 3.2 from 2.6
  • South Holland 3.2 from 6.4
  • Amber Valley 3.2 from 4.7
  • West Berkshire 3.2 from 1.9
  • Southwark 3.2 from 3.2
  • Westminster 3.1 from 4.7
  • North East Lincolnshire 3.1 from 0.0
  • Chiltern 3.1 from 5.2
  • Maldon 3.1 from 1.6
  • Newcastle-under-Lyme 3.1 from 6.2
  • Epping Forest 3.1 from 2.3
  • Bromsgrove 3.0 from 4.1
  • Eastleigh 3.0 from 1.5
  • Spelthorne 3.0 from 2.0
  • Vale of White Horse 3.0 from 3.7
  • North East Derbyshire 3.0 from 1.0
  • Sutton 2.9 from 4.4
  • Redcar and Cleveland 2.9 from 1.5
  • Ealing 2.9 from 2.3
  • Merton 2.9 from 2.4
  • Blackpool 2.9 from 7.9
  • South Derbyshire 2.9 from 2.9
  • South Lakeland 2.9 from 1.0
  • Chesterfield 2.9 from 4.8
  • South Bucks 2.9 from 2.9
  • Kingston upon Thames 2.8 from 1.7
  • Liverpool 2.8 from 4.2
  • Darlington 2.8 from 1.9
  • Derbyshire Dales 2.8 from 0.0
  • Lambeth 2.8 from 4.0
  • Brighton and Hove 2.8 from 2.8
  • South Ribble 2.7 from 4.5
  • Guildford 2.7 from 2.7
  • East Hertfordshire 2.7 from 1.4
  • Camden 2.7 from 1.9
  • Broxtowe 2.6 from 4.4
  • Tamworth 2.6 from 5.2
  • Somerset West and Taunton 2.6 from 1.9
  • Tunbridge Wells 2.5 from 14.4
  • Sunderland 2.5 from 2.5
  • Arun 2.5 from 1.3
  • Gateshead 2.5 from 3.5
  • Bracknell Forest 2.5 from 4.1
  • Harrow 2.4 from 5.2
  • Waverley 2.4 from 0.8
  • Cambridge 2.4 from 4.0
  • Halton 2.3 from 2.3
  • Gloucester 2.3 from 0.8
  • Forest of Dean 2.3 from 1.2
  • Harlow 2.3 from 1.2
  • Exeter 2.3 from 3.1
  • Rochford 2.3 from 4.6
  • Wycombe 2.3 from 2.9
  • Chelmsford 2.3 from 2.3
  • North Hertfordshire 2.3 from 1.5
  • Selby 2.2 from 3.4
  • East Cambridgeshire 2.2 from 0.0
  • West Suffolk 2.2 from 1.1
  • New Forest 2.2 from 1.1
  • Wiltshire 2.2 from 2.6
  • Babergh 2.2 from 0.0
  • Wirral 2.2 from 4.6
  • South Northamptonshire 2.2 from 6.5
  • East Lindsey 2.1 from 1.4
  • South Gloucestershire 2.1 from 0.4
  • Warwick 2.1 from 0.7
  • Rushmoor 2.1 from 1.1
  • County Durham 2.1 from 2.7
  • Bath and North East Somerset 2.1 from 1.0
  • Broxbourne 2.1 from 7.2
  • Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 2.0 from 1.0
  • Wyre Forest 2.0 from 0.0
  • Bristol 1.9 from 2.2
  • Hertsmere 1.9 from 3.8
  • York 1.9 from 3.3
  • Richmondshire 1.9 from 1.9
  • North Somerset 1.9 from 2.3
  • Harrogate 1.9 from 5.0
  • Portsmouth 1.9 from 2.8
  • South Staffordshire 1.8 from 2.7
  • Greenwich 1.7 from 2.4
  • Mendip 1.7 from 0.9
  • Erewash 1.7 from 2.6
  • North Kesteven 1.7 from 3.4
  • Fareham 1.7 from 5.2
  • Chorley 1.7 from 1.7
  • Cheltenham 1.7 from 2.6
  • Rushcliffe 1.7 from 6.8
  • Gedling 1.7 from 1.7
  • St. Helens 1.7 from 1.7
  • Ribble Valley 1.7 from 3.3
  • East Hampshire 1.7 from 1.7
  • Ashfield 1.6 from 3.1
  • Wychavon 1.6 from 7.1
  • Northumberland 1.6 from 1.9
  • Colchester 1.6 from 2.1
  • Richmond upon Thames 1.5 from 0.5
  • Stockton-on-Tees 1.5 from 4.1
  • Plymouth 1.5 from 1.1
  • Brent 1.5 from 3.9
  • Bromley 1.5 from 1.8
  • Torbay 1.5 from 0.7
  • Elmbridge 1.5 from 5.9
  • Copeland 1.5 from 2.9
  • North Tyneside 1.5 from 2.4
  • South Norfolk 1.4 from 0.7
  • Boston 1.4 from 0.0
  • Breckland 1.4 from 0.0
  • South Oxfordshire 1.4 from 5.0
  • Norwich 1.4 from 2.1
  • South Kesteven 1.4 from 2.1
  • Horsham 1.4 from 2.8
  • Reigate and Banstead 1.4 from 2.7
  • Bolsover 1.3 from 1.3
  • Epsom and Ewell 1.3 from 7.5
  • Dudley 1.2 from 1.9
  • Mid Devon 1.2 from 2.4
  • South Somerset 1.2 from 0.6
  • Wokingham 1.2 from 6.5
  • Southampton 1.2 from 5.1
  • Gosport 1.2 from 2.3
  • South Hams 1.2 from 0.0
  • Tandridge 1.1 from 2.3
  • Stevenage 1.1 from 0.0
  • Basingstoke and Deane 1.1 from 0.6
  • Runnymede 1.1 from 5.7
  • Cotswold 1.1 from 1.1
  • Hambleton 1.1 from 1.1
  • Tewkesbury 1.1 from 3.2
  • Hammersmith and Fulham 1.1 from 1.6
  • Three Rivers 1.1 from 4.3
  • Dorset 1.1 from 1.9
  • Croydon 1.0 from 3.1
  • North Norfolk 1.0 from 1.0
  • East Riding of Yorkshire 0.9 from 2.4
  • Stroud 0.8 from 0.8
  • Welwyn Hatfield 0.8 from 5.7
  • East Suffolk 0.8 from 2.0
  • Winchester 0.8 from 1.6
  • Havant 0.8 from 1.6
  • Stratford-on-Avon 0.8 from 4.7
  • Broadland 0.8 from 0.8
  • Tonbridge and Malling 0.8 from 0.8
  • Milton Keynes 0.7 from 2.2
  • Ipswich 0.7 from 2.9
  • Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 0.7 from 1.2
  • Lancaster 0.7 from 1.4
  • South Tyneside 0.7 from 2.7
  • Shropshire 0.6 from 3.7
  • Barrow-in-Furness 0.0 from 0.0
  • North Devon 0.0 from 0.0
  • West Devon 0.0 from 0.0
  • Ryedale 0.0 from 0.0
  • Mid Suffolk 0.0 from 0.0
  • Isle of Wight 0.0 from 0.0
  • Scarborough 0.0 from 0.0
  • King's Lynn and West Norfolk 0.0 from 0.7
  • Great Yarmouth 0.0 from 1.0
  • Hart 0.0 from 1.0
  • Mole Valley 0.0 from 1.1
  • Test Valley 0.0 from 2.4
  • Sedgemoor 0.0 from 2.4
  • Adur 0.0 from 3.1
  • Torridge 0.0 from 4.4
  • Malvern Hills 0.0 from 5.1
  • Staffordshire Moorlands 0.0 from 6.1
  • Rother 0.0 from 6.3
By Johanna Garner

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