Coronavirus Rates Show 35 Level 1 Places Most At Risk Of Tighter Lockdown Rules

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Many areas with rising coronavirus rates have today been spared tighter lockdown restrictions by Boris Johnson.Most of England will still currently be bound only by national measures such as the ‘rule of six’ and the 10pm bar curfew.

But the latest figures show coronavirus cases are still on the rise across the country.

And Mirror Online’s analysis found that 35 places currently rated as ‘medium’ risk in the new three-tier alert system had rates of over 100 cases per 100,000 cases during the seven days through October 9. .

Exeter, Devon, has the highest rate of any level 1 area at 345.5 – higher than Bolton, Bradford, Leicester and Birmingham.



Cases have increased in York

The surge in coronavirus cases in the city has been blamed on college students.

And two of the other hardest hit places still rated as “medium” risk, York (219.8 cases per 100,000 people) and Charnwood (177.6), where Loughborough is located, are also home to major universities.

The figures also show that the increase in cases is far from limited to the north of England and the Midlands.



Boris Johnson presented his new local lockdown strategy on Monday

Besides Exeter, Elmbridge in Surrey (119.9), Oxford (135.8), Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole (104.2), Windsor and Maidenhead (104.3) and Three Rivers, Herts (107.2) also recorded strong increases in the south of England. .

And four London boroughs, Ealing, Richmond-upon-Thames, Redbridge and Hackney & City of London all now have rates above 100 cases per 100,000 people.

“Medium risk” areas with infection rates greater than 100 per 100,000 inhabitants

Exeter 345,5 (454), 280,8 (369)
Barrow-in-Furness 277,4 (186), 165,6 (111)
York 219,8 (463), 162,4 (342)
Charnwood 177,6 (330), 95,8 (178)
North East Derbyshire 163.6 (166), 95.6 (97)
Harrogate 147,4 (237), 107,6 (173)
Erewash 145,6 (168), 86,7 (100)
Rutland 142,8 (57), 52,6 (21)
Newcastle-under-Lyme 140,6 (182), 97,3 (126)
South Lakeland 139,9 (147), 93,3 (98)
Oxford 135,8 (207), 102,3 (156)
Coventry 135,7 (504), 96,4 (358)
Blaby 133,0 (135), 82,7 (84)
Craven 131,3 (75), 164,5 (94)
Lincolnshire du Nord 127.7 (220), 80.7 (139)
Chesterfield 125,8 (132), 62,0 (65)
Windsor et Maidenhead 104,3 (158), 62,7 (95)
South Staffordshire 120,1 (135), 83,6 (94)
Elmbridge 119,9 (164), 80,4 (110)
Ealing 118,8 (406), 82,2 (281)
North East Lincolnshire 118.4 (189), 61.4 (98)
Stafford 118,0 (162), 104,2 (143)
Richmond on the Thames 117.7 (233), 96.0 (190)
Bromsgrove 116,1 (116) et 91,1 (91)
North West Leicestershire 113,9 (118), 45,4 (47)
South Kesteven 113,0 (161), 56,2 (80)
East Riding of Yorkshire 111,1 (379), 95,0 (324)
Harborough 110,9 (104), 67,2 (63)
Hackney and City of London 109.3 (318), 96.3 (280)
Selby 109,2 (99), 87,2 (79)
Hambleton 109,2 (100), 100,4 (92)
Trois-Rivières 107.2 (100), 55.7 (52)
Redbridge 106,8 (326), 99,3 (303)
Bournemouth, Christchurch et Poole 104,2 (412), 50,6 (200)
Derby 100,3 (258), 75,4 (194)

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