This interactive map reveals how many people have tested positive for the coronavirus in your zip code area.
Britons can use the government tool to search for Covid-19 data for their region.
To visit the card’s website, click here.
On mobile, enter your postal code, zoom in and click on the point to reveal your region. Then click on the arrow to reveal Covid infections. If empty, there is no case. Click on ‘X’ to perform another search.
An increase in testing across the country means more cases of the virus can be detected.
Coronavirus infections have increased in parts such as Manchester.
Mayor Andy Burnham has called for a return to protection after a major incident was declared in the area.
Areas such as Rochdale and Oldham have seen an increase in cases.
Wardleworth & Newbold Brow in Rochdale has 22 cases, as does Alexandra Park in Rochdale.
It comes days after news of a new rapid lockdown for 4.5 million people living in Greater Manchester, East Lancashire and West Yorkshire.
Public Health England’s postcode tool allows you to see how many cases are in your area as well as the surrounding area.
The figures for England will be published weekly initially with the aim of updating them daily.
Officials say the homes of people who have tested positive for the coronavirus will not be identifiable from the data.
Public health professionals in each region will also receive positive test data and contact tracing figures every day.
Today, other NHS data revealed UK deaths from the coronavirus fell 26% in one week.
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The ONS said there were 217 deaths related to the bug in the week ending July 24 – up from 295 the previous week.
The last time coronavirus deaths were so low was in the week ending March 20 – before the lockdown was introduced – when 103 deaths were recorded.
However, as the number of bug-related deaths plummeted across most of England, Yorkshire and the Humber and the East Midlands saw an increase.
Overall, more than 56,600 deaths involving Covid-19 have now been recorded in the UK.
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