Covid cases are still increasing in 103 locations– is YOURS on the hotspot

COVID cases are still rising in 103 areas in England and this interactive map reveals if your local authority is on the list.

Authorities information from Public Health England (PHE) specifies that infection levels have fallen in 63 percent of locations.

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Figures show that rates have actually remained the same in just 14 areas in England consisting of Kettering, Worthing, Redbridge and East Staffordshire.

Corby in Northamptonshire has the highest rate in England, with 66 brand-new cases taped in the seven days to April 11, the equivalent of 91.4 cases per 100,000 people.

This is down from 126.0 per 100,000 in the seven days to April 4.

Bradford in West Yorkshire has the 2nd highest rate, up slightly from 76.7 to 90.8, with 490 new cases.

Luton in Bedfordshire has the third greatest rate, down somewhat from 98.1 to 89.6, with 191 new cases.

While the 3 locations above have the greatest infection rates in the country, there are 5 areas that have actually seen a considerable rise in cases over the last seven days.

Infections in Cambridge have actually soared from 14.4 per 100,000 to 36.1 per 100,000 in the last 7 days.

The 103 locations where Covid cases are still rising

Cases of Covid-19 are still rising in 103 areas. Below are the areas where cases have actually increased across England. The figures are based upon case numbers per 100,000. The number on the LEFT is cases approximately the seven days to April 11 and the number on the RIGHT is the figure from the previous week. Bradford, 90.8, (490 ), 76.7, (414) Doncaster, 86.6, (270 ), 85.9, (268) Boston, 79.8, (56 ), 67.0, (47) Peterborough, 74.7, (151 ), 63.3, (128) Kirklees, 74.1, (326 ), 69.1, (304) Wellingborough, 72.8, (58 ), 70.3, (56) Melton, 68.3, (35 ), 52.7, (27) Oldham, 63.7, (151 ), 59.5, (141) Stoke-on-Trent, 54.2, (139 ), 49.9, (128) Fenland, 51.1, (52 ), 43.2, (44) Southampton, 50.7, (128 ), 49.5, (125) Wigan, 48.7, (160 ), 45.6, (150) North East Derbyshire, 46.3, (47 ), 40.4, (41) East Riding of Yorkshire, 44.6, (152 ), 30.8, (105) Blaby, 44.3, (45 ), 42.4, (43) South Ribble, 43.3, (48 ), 38.8, (43) Harrow, 41.4, (104 ), 35.8, (90) Milton Keynes, 37.5, (101 ), 34.9, (94) High Peak, 36.7, (34 ), 30.2, (28) Hounslow, 36.5, (99 ), 36.1, (98) Warrington, 36.2, (76 ), 27.6, (58) Cambridge, 36.1, (45 ), 14.4, (18) Wycombe, 35.5, (62 ), 20.6, (36) Newham, 34.8, (123 ), 27.5, (97) Ealing, 33.4, (114 ), 31.0, (106) North West Leicestershire, 31.8, (33 ), 27.0, (28) Nottingham, 31.8, (106 ), 27.0, (90) Test Valley, 31.7, (40 ), 25.4, (32) Canterbury, 31.4, (52 ), 10.9, (18) Kingston upon Thames, 30.4, (54 ), 29.3, (52) South Bucks, 30.0, (21 ), 21.4, (15) Windsor and Maidenhead, 29.7, (45 ), 27.1, (41) Brent, 29.7, (98 ), 23.3, (77) Pendle, 29.3, (27 ), 27.1, (25) Barnet, 28.8, (114 ), 26.0, (103) Westminster, 28.7, (75 ), 22.2, (58) Reading, 28.4, (46 ), 23.5, (38) Arun, 27.4, (44 ), 19.3, (31) St Helens, 27.1, (49 ), 21.0, (38) Aylesbury Vale, 26.6, (53 ), 18.6, (37) Northumberland, 26.4, (85 ), 25.4, (82) Bracknell Forest, 26.1, (32 ), 21.2, (26) Tower Hamlets, 25.9, (84 ), 24.3, (79) Chesterfield, 25.7, (27 ), 24.8, (26) Ryedale, 25.3, (14 ), 12.6, (7) Central Bedfordshire, 24.6, (71 ), 23.6, (68) Hackney and City of London, 23.7, (69 ), 16.2, (47) Bedford, 23.7, (41 ), 20.8, (36) Fylde, 23.5, (19 ), 13.6, (11) Copeland, 23.5, (16 ), 14.7, (10) Castle Point, 23.2, (21 ), 14.4, (13) Merton, 22.8, (47 ), 21.8, (45) Broxbourne, 22.6, (22 ), 14.4, (14) Bristol, 22.4, (104 ), 21.4, (99) Telford and Wrekin, 22.2, (40 ), 17.2, (31) Lancaster, 21.9, (32 ), 20.5, (30) Rochford, 21.7, (19 ), 10.3, (9) St Albans, 21.6, (32 ), 12.8, (19) Thurrock, 21.2, (37 ), 15.5, (27) Brentwood, 20.8, (16 ), 15.6, (12) South Gloucestershire, 20.7, (59 ), 20.0, (57) Havant, 20.6, (26 ), 15.1, (19) Cheshire West and Chester, 20.1, (69 ), 18.7, (64) Harlow, 19.5, (17 ), 18.4, (16) Hammersmith and Fulham, 19.4, (36 ), 18.4, (34) Harrogate, 19.3, (31 ), 11.2, (18) Mendip, 19.0, (22 ), 6.9, (8) South Cambridgeshire, 18.9, (30 ), 12.6, (20) Crawley, 18.7, (21 ), 16.9, (19) Islington, 18.1, (44 ), 17.3, (42) Hertsmere, 18.1, (19 ), 17.2, (18) Gravesham, 17.8, (19 ), 14.0, (15) Isle of Wight, 17.6, (25 ), 15.5, (22) Wokingham, 17.5, (30 ), 16.9, (29) Cherwell, 17.3, (26 ), 14.0, (21) Portsmouth, 17.2, (37 ), 15.4, (33) Mid Devon, 17.0, (14 ), 15.8, (13) Basildon, 16.6, (31 ), 10.1, (19) Mid Suffolk, 16.4, (17 ), 13.5, (14) Camden, 16.3, (44 ), 13.3, (36) Croydon, 16.0, (62 ), 14.5, (56) Winchester, 16.0, (20 ), 10.4, (13) Guildford, 15.4, (23 ), 7.4, (11) Dorset, 15.3, (58 ), 11.1, (42) East Hertfordshire, 14.7, (22 ), 8.0, (12) Torbay, 14.7, (20 ), 11.0, (15) Brighton and Hove, 14.1, (41 ), 12.7, (37) Mole Valley, 13.8, (12 ), 12.6, (11) Norwich, 13.5, (19 ), 11.4, (16) Mid Sussex, 13.2, (20 ), 7.3, (11) Gloucester, 13.2, (17 ), 10.1, (13) Fareham, 12.9, (15 ), 12.0, (14) Lewisham, 12.1, (37 ), 10.8, (33) Cheltenham, 12.0, (14 ), 8.6, (10) Bath and North East Somerset, 11.9, (23 ), 10.3, (20) West Devon, 10.8, (6 ), 7.2, (4) Braintree, 10.5, (16 ), 8.5, (13) Maidstone, 10.5, (18 ), 9.3, (16) Teignbridge, 10.4, (14 ), 9.7, (13) Malvern Hills, 8.9, (7 ), 6.4, (5) Waverley, 7.9, (10 ), 7.1, (9) Torridge, 5.9, (4 ), 2.9, (2) Folkestone and Hythe, 3.5, (4 ), 1.8, (2 )

Just yesterday vaccination sites in the location opened their doors to residents over the age of 45 so they can get a jab.

In Kent, Canterbury has actually also seen a jump in cases, climbing up from 10.9 cases per 100,00 to 31.4.

Melton in north-eastern Leicestershire has actually likewise seen an increase, increasing from 52.7 to 68.3.

Local media reported today that a person in ten individuals in the area have actually now received a coronavirus vaccine.

Clinical director for the Melton, Syston and Vale Medical Care Network and GP, Dr Fahreen Dhanji said the area is on track when it comes to providing second doses.

Wycombe in Buckinghamshire has actually also jumped from 20.6 cases to 35.5.

In West Yorkshire and Bradford has seen an increase in infections, going from 76.7 to 90.8.

Bradford’s health chief has actually said professionals are “continually” reviewing the infection rate in the area.

Bradford Council’s Director of Public Health, Sarah Muckle stated the location has actually been acknowledged as “stubborn and long-lasting transmission”.

She stated: “We have always been worried that this has actually meant our rates have actually stayed high and throughout the pandemic have decreased slower than other locations.

” Our high levels of infection are down to a variety of factors including the high number of individuals in the district employed in essential employee functions, bigger homes where the virus can spread more quickly among family members and Bradford having a young population.

” Much of which are yet to be immunized since the Federal government has said they are not yet old adequate to be immunized.”

So far in the UK over 32.4 million people have actually gotten a first dose of either the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab, the Pfizer/BioNTech offering or the Moderna vaccine.

The JCVI (Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation) ensured that the most vulnerable in society were at the top of the list when it pertained to deciding who got the jab first.

This implied the senior and individuals with health conditions got theirs initially and the UK is now working through the over 45s.

While some locations in England have experienced a boost in cases, there are some places where infection levels stay low.

Rother in East Sussex has the least infections in England with just one per 100,000.

Other areas with low infection rates include North Devon, Hastings and Stroud.

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It was yesterday reported that Covid deaths plunged by 43 percent in the last week.

An additional 2,672 Brits checked favorable for the virus bringing the total amount of infections to 4,380,976.

On April 8, the UK lost 53 individuals to coronavirus while an additional 3,023 brand-new cases of the virus were recorded.

The week before on April 1, the everyday infection rate was at 4,470 and the daily death toll stood at 51.

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