Latest coronavirus rate in every part of Birmingham and West Midlands as Boris Johnson speech looms

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Here is Monday’s update of the seven-day rolling rate of new Covid-19 cases for every local authority area in England.The rate shows Birmingham fell from 92 cases per 100,000 to 91, with Sandwell down slightly from 0 cases to 67.6.

Solihull also fell, from 81 cases to 57, with Rugby at 55 to 45. Walsall fell from 37 to 46, with increases to Stafford, North Warwickshire and Stoke-on-Trent as well.

The rates were released as Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces a 10 p.m. curfew for pubs, restaurants and hospitality at a historic address to the nation tonight.

The Prime Minister will address the nation this evening.

The figures, for the seven days through Sept. 18, are based on tests done in laboratories (first pillar of the government’s testing program) and in the wider community (second pillar).

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

Data for the last three days (September 19-21) have been excluded as they are incomplete and subject to revision.

The list was calculated by the PA news agency and is based on data from Public Health England released on September 21 on the government’s coronavirus dashboard.

Here is the full list. From left to right, we read: the name of the local authority; rate of new cases in the seven days to September 18; number (in brackets) of new cases registered in the seven days prior to September 18; rate of new cases in the seven days to September 11; number (in parentheses) of new cases recorded in the seven days preceding September 11.

Top 25

Bolton 196,5 (565), 213,5 (614)

Rossendale 176,3 (126), 61,6 (44)

Preston 156,5 (224), 106,2 (152)

Hyndburn 155,5 (126), 127,1 (103)

Liverpool 155,0 (772), 101,6 (506)

Halton 153,8 (199), 62,6 (81)

Blackburn avec Darwen 146,3 (219), 125,6 (188)

Knowsley 141,9 (214), 100,1 (151)

Burnley 141,7 (126), 97,8 (87)

Bury 141.4 (270), 96.9 (185)

South Tyneside 140,4 (212), 98,7 (149)

Oldham 132,4 (314), 114,7 (272)

Manchester 131,1 (725), 82,8 (458)

Salford 120,9 (313), 88,9 (230)

Rochdale 118,7 (264), 92,2 (205)

Wirral 118,2 (383), 96,3 (312)

Bradford 116,9 (631), 101,3 (547)

Pendle 116,2 (107), 58,6 (54)

St.Helens 115,7 (209), 99,7 (180)

Tameside 113,0 (256), 113,5 (257)

Newcastle upon Tyne 108,3 (328), 72,0 (218)

Sunderland 101,2 (281), 98,3 (273)

Warrington 95,7 (201), 114,8 (241)

Gateshead 94,5 (191), 80,7 (163)

Leicester 94,3 (334), 89,5 (317)

Birmingham et les West Midlands:

Birmingham 91,8 (1048), 92,7 (1058)

Sandwell 67,6 (222), 69,1 (227)

Solihull 57,3 (124), 81,3 (176)

Rugby 55,1 (60), 45,0 (49)

Wolverhampton 54,3 (143), 61,5 (162)

Walsall 46,9 (134), 37,5 (107)

Stoke-on-Trent 34,3 (88), 30,0 (77)

North Warwickshire 30,6 (20), 13,8 (9)

Stafford 29,9 (41), 24,0 (33)

South Staffordshire 29,4 (33), 34,7 (39)

Nuneaton et Bedworth 29,3 (38), 20,0 (26)

Dudley 28,9 (93), 30,8 (99)

Tamworth 28,7 (22), 26,1 (20)

Lichfield 25,8 (27), 22,0 (23)

ForĂȘt de Wyre 23.7 (24), 18.8 (19)

Worcester 22,7 (23), 18,8 (19)

Cannock Chase 21,8 (22), 35,7 (36)

East Staffordshire 21,7 (26), 31,7 (38)

Stratford-sur-Avon 18.4 (24), 15.4 (20)

Bromsgrove 18,0 (18), 34,0 (34)

Newcastle-under-Lyme 17,0 (22), 25,5 (33)

Warwick 16,0 (23), 15,3 (22)

Staffordshire Moorlands 14,2 (14), 16,3 (16)

Shropshire 13,3 (43), 15,2 (49)

Malvern Hills 12,7 (10), 30,5 (24)

Redditch 11,7 (10), 12,9 (11)

Wychavon 9,3 (12), 24,7 (32)

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