The dashboard prompts people to enter their contact details and set the radius, giving them access to data on a more local level than anywhere else.
Rates and seven-day cases are updated online daily by Public Health England, but they are broken down by district and borough, giving a broader view of the situation.
The NHS Checker allows people to see the rates in their “average super production area” – smaller areas with an average population of around 7,000 people.
Access to these figures at the neighborhood level helps governments monitor trends and the spread of the virus. statistics.
The data will allow people to better understand what is happening where they live.
The number of ‘telephone triage’ in an area – clinical assessments by NHS 111 of people with potential symptoms of coronavirus – is also displayed.
Charts and maps show how the virus is spreading and display a week-by-week update on cases and infection rates.
It also allows people to view fares within ten miles of their place of residence.
Cases and rates across the county continued to rise this week with a big spike on Monday due to a change in the way the numbers are counted.
Since then, daily updates have leveled off but remain high, with public health officials warning Leicester and Leicestershire could be placed in levels with higher restrictions if rates do not decline.
Hospital admissions also hit a crunch this week, with hospital heads revealing that there are now more virus infected patients being treated now than there were in April at the first peak of the pandemic.
The NHS Digital Postcode Checker can be found here.
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