Coronavirus cases, infection rates and levels of levels for where you live


With ever increasing infection rates and coronavirus cases, Leicestershire is now divided with Tier 1 and 2 districts Reviews yesterday have pushed Charnwood to Level 2 – where he joins Leicester, Oadby and Wigston on high alert.

The number of cases and infections among the region’s over-60s is believed to have been the main factor behind the change in restrictions for the district.

Here, LeicestershireLive examines cases, rates, grades and levels across the county and city.

BLABY – Level 1

Blaby borough sign.

The neighborhood was placed on the government watchlist last month after a sharp increase in cases, but things seem to have calmed down now.

Since the peak it has fallen off the radar as an area of ​​concern.

There have been 1,541 cumulative cases in Blaby since the start of the pandemic. More recently, the numbers have increased in the younger age groups.

Part of the district was included in the red line when Leicester’s lockdown was first announced at the end of June.

Alert level: Way

Last price over seven days: 251 per 100,000 inhabitants


Charnwood could be placed at level 2

Attention has turned to Charnwood after a recent surge in positive cases. Originally thought to be due to a high student population, government bosses are now concerned about rates in the over-60s, prompting a move to a higher level of restriction yesterday.

There have been 3,406 cases so far and daily increases of over 100 cases have become the norm in the region.

Alert level: Way

Last price over seven days: 439 per 100,000 inhabitants


Deserted high street

Earlier this week, the district surpassed 1,000 cases since the start of the pandemic. There have now been 1,022 cumulative confirmed cases, but the area has managed to escape any further restrictions.

Alert level: Way

Last price over seven days: 170 per 100,000 inhabitants


Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council Building

Hinckley and Bosworth is an area that has largely gone under the radar when it comes to infection rates.

There have been 1,304 positive coronavirus tests returned to the region since records began.

Alert level: Way

Last price over seven days: 174 per 100,000 inhabitants

MELTON – Level 1

Bureaux du Melton Borough Council Parkside.

At one point, the borough was at the center of a localized outbreak, but after additional measures were taken and testing intensified, further restrictions from above were unnecessary.

Melton has the county’s lowest case count since the start of the pandemic – 511.

It generally has the lowest daily increase of all districts and boroughs.

Alert level: Way

Last price over seven days: 178 per 100,000 inhabitants

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Coalville Memorial Clock Tower
Coalville Memorial Clock Tower

North West Leicestershire had the second lowest number of infections after Melton.

However, it is in the process of crossing the 1,000 mark with 931 confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic.

Alert level: Way

Last price over seven days: 167 per 100,000 inhabitants


Covid-19 Test Station, Oadby and Wigston Borough Council Offices.

The small borough joined Leicester in the local lockdown last month after an alarming increase in cases.

The area, which in parts of neighboring town, was also kept under local lockdown longer than other parts of the county when the local lockdown began.

It was suggested earlier this week that the borough could be subject to tighter restrictions, but so far nothing has been confirmed.

With cases and rates still high, the district has been placed on the high alert level.

The region has had 1,371 confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic.

Alert level: Haute

Last price over seven days: 278 per 100,000 inhabitants


Panneaux d’information Leicester Covid-19 / coronavirus. Loseby Lane.

The city of Leicester won the ignominious title of being the first place in the country to be placed in local lockdown 123 days ago today.

Cases in the city have not increased as quickly in recent weeks as the neighboring city of Nottingham, which for a period had the highest infection rate in the country and will enter Level 3 tomorrow.

Earlier this week, the city’s 10,000th case was confirmed. When the local lockdown went into effect, the highest number of cases added to the city’s totals in a day was 97. It now regularly records more than 100 every 24 hours.

Alert level: Haute

Last price over seven days: 317 houses per 100,000

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