Covid-19 rates 40 times higher than others in some parts of England- see how your area compares

There is an enormous variation in Covid-19 an infection figures as England prepares to emerge from the third nationwide lockdown.

New figures have revealed that some parts of the nation have an infection rates 40 times higher than different areas.

From March 8, the Mirror reports that England will start to exit the third and probably last nationwide lockdown as one as an alternative of a regional or tiered strategy.

But critics have pointed to massive disparities between rates in the North and Midlands and people in the South.

The Government has been warned to not repeat final yr’s mistake, when the principles had been relaxed whereas rates had been nonetheless excessive in the North, resulting in a contemporary surge in instances and native lockdowns.

This time round although, vaccines can be found and the Government is taking a slower, four-step strategy with no less than 5 weeks between every stage.

According to the most recent knowledge, Corby in Northamptonshire has England’s highest price (329.6 instances per 100,000 folks for the seven days to February 18), which is 45 times higher than the nation’s lowest price (7.2 in West Devon).



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Middlesbrough city centre trying in the direction of the Eston Hills

Middlesbrough has the second highest price (285.1), adopted by Peterborough (270.0), Sandwell (261.8) and Leicester (253.5).

The lowest rates are discovered in the South. After West Devon, Torridge has the second lowest price (11.7), adopted by South Hams (18.4), North Devon (22.6) and Rother (32.3).

Of the 315 native areas in England, 43 (14 per cent) have seen a week-on-week rise in case rates, 267 (85 per cent) have seen a fall and 5 are unchanged.

Of the 43 areas to report a week-on-week rise, the highest 5 are:

  1. Rutland (up from 182.8 to 237.9)
  2. Craven (43.8 to 80.5)
  3. Brentwood (83.1 to 118.1)
  4. Tamworth (203.4 to 236.0)
  5. Malvern Hills (104.2 to 136.0)

Rutland’s rise has been blamed on a Covid outbreak at a jail.

Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham, who was concerned in a tense showdown with No10 over help for companies in the course of the tier-system, was amongst these warning the Government to not loosen restrictions too rapidly.

He mentioned: “It stays a really agency Greater Manchester view, that we must always see a nationwide phased strategy.

“We don’t wish to see any return to the regional or sub-regional tiers which we don’t consider labored, had been complicated and divisive.



Greater Manchester Mayor, Andy Burnham
Greater Manchester Mayor, Andy Burnham

“Please let’s not repeat the errors of 2020, with new strains round.

“Tiers in my view will not be capable of present an sufficient defence, they did not present an sufficient defence towards the unique pressure, and I do not consider they may achieve this towards any variant strains of the virus.”

Setting out his four-step plan on Monday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson defended his “cautious but in addition irreversible” strategy to enjoyable restrictions, saying he wouldn’t be “buccaneering” with folks’s lives.



Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Despite billing it as a “one-way street to freedom”, he admitted, nonetheless, he couldn’t assure that the vaccination programme will forestall restrictions from ever returning.

What is the speed in my native area?

The figures, for the seven days to February 18, are based mostly on checks carried out in laboratories (pillar one of the Government’s testing programme) and in the broader group (pillar two).

The price is expressed because the quantity of new instances per 100,000 folks.

Data for the latest 4 days (February 19-22) has been excluded as it’s incomplete and doesn’t replicate the true quantity of instances.

The listing has been calculated by the PA information company based mostly on Public Health England knowledge printed on February 22 on the Government’s coronavirus dashboard.

Here is the listing in full.

From left to proper, it reads: title of native authority; price of new instances in the seven days to February 18; quantity (in brackets) of new instances recorded in the seven days to February 18; price of new instances in the seven days to February 11; quantity (in brackets) of new instances recorded in the seven days to February 11.

Corby, 329.6, (238), 347.6, (251)

Middlesbrough, 285.1, (402), 316.4, (446)

Peterborough, 270.0, (546), 276.9, (560)

Sandwell, 261.8, (860), 310.5, (1020)

Leicester, 253.5, (898), 254.4, (901)

Ashfield, 253.3, (324), 297.1, (380)

St. Helens, 239.8, (433), 285.2, (515)

Rutland, 237.9, (95), 182.8, (73)

Tamworth, 236.0, (181), 203.4, (156)

Preston, 234.7, (336), 254.3, (364)

Mansfield, 232.4, (254), 262.5, (287)

Bolton, 228.8, (658), 269.5, (775)

North Warwickshire, 226.8, (148), 196.1, (128)

North West Leicestershire, 224.9, (233), 202.7, (210)

Slough, 224.0, (335), 210.6, (315)

Luton, 223.4, (476), 277.4, (591)

East Staffordshire, 223.0, (267), 253.0, (303)

Redditch, 222.8, (190), 202.9, (173)

Wellingborough, 222.1, (177), 203.2, (162)

Bury, 219.9, (420), 206.3, (394)

Kettering, 219.1, (223), 264.3, (269)

Bradford, 204.7, (1105), 214.2, (1156)

Charnwood, 203.9, (379), 182.4, (339)

Newark and Sherwood, 203.4, (249), 258.1, (316)

Erewash, 202.0, (233), 190.7, (220)

Salford, 198.6, (514), 212.1, (549)

Doncaster, 198.5, (619), 186.3, (581)

Tameside, 196.9, (446), 196.5, (445)

Fenland, 196.4, (200), 245.5, (250)

Nottingham, 195.9, (652), 251.1, (836)

Walsall, 195.1, (557), 296.7, (847)

Stockton-on-Tees, 193.1, (381), 201.7, (398)

Bassetlaw, 189.0, (222), 211.1, (248)

Wolverhampton, 188.3, (496), 236.2, (622)

Wakefield, 188.0, (655), 182.6, (636)

Gedling, 187.5, (221), 218.0, (257)

Hartlepool, 185.8, (174), 178.3, (167)

Telford and Wrekin, 185.2, (333), 205.7, (370)

Rotherham, 185.0, (491), 211.4, (561)

Sunderland, 184.4, (512), 230.5, (640)



A mirrored image of the Northern Spire Bridge on the River Wear in Sunderland.

Broxtowe, 183.3, (209), 162.2, (185)

Calderdale, 181.6, (384), 196.7, (416)

Bolsover, 181.2, (146), 214.7, (173)

Rushcliffe, 180.4, (215), 189.6, (226)

Kirklees, 180.1, (792), 185.1, (814)

Blackburn with Darwen, 179.0, (268), 241.2, (361)

Nuneaton and Bedworth, 177.9, (231), 173.2, (225)

Derby, 177.6, (457), 207.1, (533)

Dudley, 177.2, (570), 195.9, (630)

Knowsley, 176.3, (266), 294.3, (444)

Stockport, 175.5, (515), 188.8, (554)

Boston, 175.3, (123), 178.1, (125)

Barnsley, 175.0, (432), 191.2, (472)

South Derbyshire, 174.3, (187), 205.1, (220)

Birmingham, 174.1, (1988), 234.7, (2680)

Manchester, 173.1, (957), 194.8, (1077)

Barrow-in-Furness, 173.0, (116), 150.6, (101)

Leeds, 172.6, (1369), 171.1, (1357)

South Holland, 172.6, (164), 166.3, (158)

Northampton, 171.0, (384), 213.3, (479)

Rochdale, 170.9, (380), 195.1, (434)

Cannock Chase, 170.7, (172), 221.3, (223)

Blaby, 170.4, (173), 183.2, (186)

Oadby and Wigston, 170.1, (97), 154.3, (88)

Wigan, 169.8, (558), 177.1, (582)

Liverpool, 169.1, (842), 220.3, (1097)

Redcar and Cleveland, 168.4, (231), 191.0, (262)

Chesterfield, 166.8, (175), 183.0, (192)

Darlington, 166.7, (178), 198.5, (212)

Chorley, 165.8, (196), 200.5, (237)

West Lancashire, 165.3, (189), 182.8, (209)

Hinckley and Bosworth, 165.3, (187), 156.4, (177)

South Ribble, 163.4, (181), 224.8, (249)

Oldham, 161.1, (382), 179.7, (426)

Lancaster, 158.2, (231), 147.2, (215)

Coventry, 156.9, (583), 173.1, (643)

East Northamptonshire, 156.6, (148), 158.7, (150)

North Tyneside, 155.8, (324), 155.4, (323)




South Staffordshire, 155.6, (175), 215.2, (242)

Halton, 154.5, (200), 199.4, (258)

Hounslow, 153.2, (416), 200.0, (543)

Southampton, 150.9, (381), 161.6, (408)

Rugby, 150.5, (164), 180.8, (197)

Harborough, 150.3, (141), 182.3, (171)

Hull, 147.0, (382), 165.9, (431)

South Tyneside, 146.4, (221), 150.4, (227)

Allerdale, 146.3, (143), 168.8, (165)

Bedford, 146.0, (253), 223.3, (387)

Tendring, 145.3, (213), 185.6, (272)

North East Derbyshire, 144.9, (147), 155.7, (158)

Wycombe, 144.9, (253), 150.6, (263)

Stoke-on-Trent, 144.3, (370), 165.4, (424)

Wyre Forest, 144.1, (146), 141.2, (143)

Blackpool, 142.7, (199), 157.8, (220)

Copeland, 142.3, (97), 242.0, (165)

Pendle, 142.2, (131), 181.3, (167)

Stevenage, 140.0, (123), 201.5, (177)

Great Yarmouth, 139.9, (139), 129.9, (129)

Woking, 139.9, (141), 139.9, (141)

Hyndburn, 139.4, (113), 166.6, (135)

County Durham, 139.4, (739), 171.7, (910)

Arun, 139.3, (224), 156.1, (251)

Hillingdon, 139.1, (427), 187.0, (574)

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, 136.3, (539), 169.2, (669)

Warrington, 136.2, (286), 195.2, (410)

Crawley, 136.1, (153), 193.0, (217)

Malvern Hills, 136.0, (107), 104.2, (82)

Ealing, 135.5, (463), 215.6, (737)

Wychavon, 135.2, (175), 157.6, (204)

Lichfield, 134.6, (141), 169.9, (178)

Sefton, 134.6, (372), 208.0, (575)

Shropshire, 134.3, (434), 153.5, (496)

Solihull, 133.6, (289), 206.1, (446)

Gosport, 132.0, (112), 123.8, (105)

High Peak, 131.7, (122), 142.4, (132)

Trafford, 131.4, (312), 135.2, (321)

Milton Keynes, 131.4, (354), 131.4, (354)

Daventry, 130.3, (112), 147.8, (127)

Cheshire West and Chester, 130.0, (446), 147.8, (507)

South Kesteven, 128.5, (183), 128.5, (183)

Ribble Valley, 128.1, (78), 175.7, (107)

Sheffield, 127.2, (744), 133.0, (778)

East Riding of Yorkshire, 125.7, (429), 127.8, (436)

Fylde, 125.0, (101), 149.8, (121)

Breckland, 125.0, (175), 150.0, (210)

Barking and Dagenham, 124.9, (266), 171.0, (364)

Fareham, 124.7, (145), 115.3, (134)

Huntingdonshire, 124.7, (222), 147.2, (262)

Sedgemoor, 124.2, (153), 142.9, (176)

Portsmouth, 121.4, (261), 161.9, (348)

Amber Valley, 121.0, (155), 176.4, (226)

Wyre, 120.4, (135), 115.1, (129)

North Kesteven, 119.7, (140), 123.2, (144)

Brentwood, 118.1, (91), 83.1, (64)

West Lindsey, 118.1, (113), 113.9, (109)

Bristol, 118.0, (547), 164.0, (760)

Welwyn Hatfield, 117.8, (145), 192.6, (237)

Wirral, 117.0, (379), 146.9, (476)

North East Lincolnshire, 116.6, (186), 97.8, (156)

Spelthorne, 116.2, (116), 177.3, (177)

Gateshead, 115.3, (233), 146.0, (295)



Saltwell park, Gateshead

Rossendale, 114.7, (82), 146.9, (105)

Worcester, 114.6, (116), 171.9, (174)

Stafford, 114.4, (157), 138.4, (190)

Northumberland, 114.1, (368), 125.6, (405)

Lincoln, 113.8, (113), 120.8, (120)

Eastleigh, 113.8, (152), 125.0, (167)

Burnley, 113.6, (101), 163.1, (145)

Thurrock, 112.4, (196), 127.9, (223)

Brent, 111.6, (368), 179.5, (592)

Cheshire East, 110.4, (424), 130.7, (502)

Harrow, 109.5, (275), 155.3, (390)

South Gloucestershire, 109.1, (311), 159.2, (454)

Bromsgrove, 108.1, (108), 146.2, (146)

Harlow, 108.0, (94), 156.2, (136)

Carlisle, 107.7, (117), 140.8, (153)

Newcastle upon Tyne, 107.7, (326), 119.2, (361)

Oxford, 107.6, (164), 109.5, (167)

Norwich, 107.4, (151), 167.9, (236)

South Bucks, 105.6, (74), 125.6, (88)

Merton, 104.6, (216), 168.5, (348)

Melton, 103.5, (53), 132.8, (68)

Aylesbury Vale, 103.3, (206), 148.4, (296)

King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, 103.0, (156), 163.8, (248)

Test Valley, 103.0, (130), 111.0, (140)

Gravesham, 102.9, (110), 101.9, (109)

Redbridge, 102.2, (312), 128.1, (391)

Newham, 101.9, (360), 150.4, (531)

Castle Point, 101.8, (92), 110.6, (100)

Swindon, 101.7, (226), 101.7, (226)

Colchester, 101.7, (198), 104.3, (203)

Newcastle-under-Lyme, 101.2, (131), 123.6, (160)

Three Rivers, 100.7, (94), 116.8, (109)

Wiltshire, 99.8, (499), 115.2, (576)

Rushmoor, 99.4, (94), 146.9, (139)

Kingston upon Thames, 98.6, (175), 127.3, (226)

West Berkshire, 98.5, (156), 108.6, (172)

Derbyshire Dales, 98.2, (71), 116.1, (84)

Central Bedfordshire, 98.0, (283), 138.6, (400)

Hammersmith and Fulham, 97.8, (181), 159.3, (295)

Harrogate, 97.0, (156), 98.2, (158)

Surrey Heath, 96.3, (86), 78.4, (70)

Selby, 96.0, (87), 129.1, (117)

Croydon, 95.9, (371), 126.7, (490)

Cherwell, 95.7, (144), 96.3, (145)

Herefordshire, 95.4, (184), 73.7, (142)

Warwick, 94.6, (136), 116.9, (168)

Ryedale, 93.9, (52), 92.1, (51)

Stratford-on-Avon, 93.8, (122), 87.6, (114)

Richmondshire, 93.1, (50), 119.1, (64)

Southend-on-Sea, 92.3, (169), 125.1, (229)

North Lincolnshire, 92.3, (159), 100.4, (173)

Bracknell Forest, 92.2, (113), 110.2, (135)

Rochford, 91.6, (80), 97.3, (85)

Dartford, 90.6, (102), 110.1, (124)

Havering, 90.5, (235), 137.2, (356)

Staffordshire Moorlands, 89.4, (88), 112.8, (111)

Basildon, 89.2, (167), 88.7, (166)

Waltham Forest, 88.8, (246), 121.7, (337)

Hertsmere, 88.6, (93), 132.5, (139)

Bexley, 88.2, (219), 113.6, (282)

Ipswich, 86.9, (119), 115.4, (158)

Reading, 86.5, (140), 128.6, (208)

Epsom and Ewell, 85.6, (69), 106.7, (86)

Sutton, 85.3, (176), 129.4, (267)

Lambeth, 85.3, (278), 128.5, (419)

North Somerset, 84.6, (182), 94.9, (204)

Barnet, 83.9, (332), 119.7, (474)

Dorset, 82.4, (312), 107.3, (406)

Watford, 81.8, (79), 164.6, (159)

Broxbourne, 81.2, (79), 124.4, (121)

Havant, 80.8, (102), 113.3, (143)

Swale, 80.6, (121), 97.3, (146)

Craven, 80.5, (46), 43.8, (25)

Kensington and Chelsea, 80.1, (125), 98.6, (154)

Braintree, 79.9, (122), 144.2, (220)

Thanet, 78.9, (112), 86.0, (122)

Runnymede, 78.3, (70), 168.9, (151)

Basingstoke and Deane, 78.2, (138), 107.6, (190)

East Hertfordshire, 78.1, (117), 76.1, (114)

Broadland, 78.0, (102), 89.5, (117)

Hambleton, 76.4, (70), 139.7, (128)

Tandridge, 76.0, (67), 107.8, (95)

Torbay, 75.6, (103), 102.0, (139)

Mid Sussex, 75.5, (114), 84.1, (127)

Medway, 75.4, (210), 97.3, (271)

Chichester, 75.1, (91), 128.0, (155)

Forest of Dean, 74.9, (65), 80.7, (70)

East Cambridgeshire, 74.6, (67), 109.1, (98)

Lewes, 74.6, (77), 90.1, (93)

Worthing, 74.2, (82), 108.5, (120)

Winchester, 72.9, (91), 72.1, (90)

North Hertfordshire, 72.6, (97), 133.3, (178)

Wandsworth, 72.5, (239), 116.5, (384)

Haringey, 72.2, (194), 108.7, (292)

New Forest, 72.2, (130), 98.3, (177)

Somerset West and Taunton, 71.6, (111), 115.4, (179)

Ashford, 71.5, (93), 113.0, (147)

St Albans, 71.4, (106), 119.9, (178)

Dover, 70.3, (83), 74.5, (88)

Greenwich, 70.2, (202), 114.3, (329)

Stroud, 70.0, (84), 114.2, (137)

Windsor and Maidenhead, 69.3, (105), 103.0, (156)

Chelmsford, 69.0, (123), 109.9, (196)

Enfield, 68.9, (230), 116.8, (390)

South Lakeland, 68.5, (72), 83.7, (88)

York, 67.9, (143), 93.5, (197)

Chiltern, 67.8, (65), 102.2, (98)

Southwark, 67.1, (214), 85.6, (273)

East Suffolk, 66.9, (167), 75.8, (189)

Cambridge, 66.5, (83), 78.5, (98)

Uttlesford, 65.7, (60), 87.6, (80)

Richmond upon Thames, 65.7, (130), 101.0, (200)

Hackney and City of London, 65.3, (190), 86.3, (251)

Dacorum, 65.3, (101), 105.3, (163)

West Suffolk, 64.8, (116), 82.1, (147)

Epping Forest, 64.5, (85), 87.3, (115)

Reigate and Banstead, 64.5, (96), 111.6, (166)

Mid Devon, 64.4, (53), 100.8, (83)

Elmbridge, 64.3, (88), 85.5, (117)

Hastings, 63.7, (59), 128.4, (119)

Maidstone, 62.9, (108), 105.3, (181)

Folkestone and Hythe, 62.8, (71), 110.6, (125)

South Oxfordshire, 61.2, (87), 87.3, (124)

Babergh, 60.8, (56), 54.3, (50)

South Norfolk, 60.3, (85), 77.4, (109)

Eden, 60.1, (32), 137.1, (73)

Tewkesbury, 60.0, (57), 53.7, (51)

Guildford, 59.7, (89), 95.3, (142)

Sevenoaks, 59.6, (72), 72.0, (87)

Mole Valley, 59.6, (52), 110.0, (96)

Vale of White Horse, 59.6, (81), 72.8, (99)

Exeter, 59.4, (78), 67.0, (88)

South Northamptonshire, 59.3, (56), 85.7, (81)

Hart, 57.7, (56), 76.2, (74)

Bromley, 57.2, (190), 102.0, (339)

Scarborough, 57.0, (62), 80.9, (88)

Maldon, 57.0, (37), 98.6, (64)

Mendip, 56.2, (65), 80.5, (93)

Lewisham, 55.9, (171), 101.4, (310)

South Cambridgeshire, 55.3, (88), 96.2, (153)

East Hampshire, 54.0, (66), 112.8, (138)

Wokingham, 53.8, (92), 84.7, (145)

Brighton and Hove, 53.6, (156), 75.6, (220)

Westminster, 53.6, (140), 83.4, (218)

Eastbourne, 53.0, (55), 108.0, (112)

Camden, 53.0, (143), 76.3, (206)

South Somerset, 52.3, (88), 71.9, (121)

North Norfolk, 51.5, (54), 56.3, (59)

Adur, 51.3, (33), 76.2, (49)

Bath and North East Somerset, 50.7, (98), 87.4, (169)

Waverley, 50.7, (64), 84.7, (107)

Tower Hamlets, 50.5, (164), 86.8, (282)

Isle of Wight, 49.4, (70), 107.9, (153)

Wealden, 48.9, (79), 76.2, (123)

Teignbridge, 48.4, (65), 64.8, (87)

Mid Suffolk, 48.1, (50), 52.0, (54)

Plymouth, 48.1, (126), 48.1, (126)

East Devon, 47.2, (69), 67.0, (98)

Tonbridge and Malling, 46.9, (62), 47.7, (63)

Tunbridge Wells, 46.3, (55), 66.5, (79)

East Lindsey, 45.9, (65), 74.1, (105)

Gloucester, 44.9, (58), 88.3, (114)

West Oxfordshire, 44.3, (49), 72.3, (80)

Horsham, 43.1, (62), 96.0, (138)

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly, 39.7, (227), 70.8, (405)

Islington, 38.8, (94), 89.1, (216)

Canterbury, 38.7, (64), 55.0, (91)

Cheltenham, 33.5, (39), 73.9, (86)

Cotswold, 32.3, (29), 66.8, (60)

Rother, 32.3, (31), 50.0, (48)

North Devon, 22.6, (22), 23.7, (23)

South Hams, 18.4, (16), 31.0, (27)

Torridge, 11.7, (8), 14.6, (10)

West Devon, 7.2, (4), 21.5, (12)


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