The daily coronavirus report released by the council shows cases continue to climb in each of the city’s thirty neighborhoods.
It continues a trend that started to take hold towards the end of last year and has not abated since.
The number of departments with more than 200 new cases reported in the past seven days has more than doubled since the council’s last report on Friday, with eight of them having passed that milestone.
Riverside, the worst affected area, has 267 cases and is followed by Warbreck and Clubmoor, which each have 229.
Yew Tree (224 cases), West Derby (224 cases), Speke-Garston (221 cases), Childwall (214 cases) and Belle Valle (205 cases) are also among the worst affected areas.
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No service has a single or double digit number of new cases, with the lowest levels, at Greenbank, still at 105 in the past seven days.
Leaders in the city and region have continued to warn residents of the need to strictly follow lockdown rules as hospitals in the region follow the lead of those in the Southeast and feel increasing pressure.
Last week, the city’s metropolitan area mayor Steve Rotheram, Liverpool acting mayor Wendy Simon and the city’s director of public health Matt Ashton all told residents not to leave the house until for absolutely essential trips.
This was followed by a letter to the parents of Mr Ashton and the council’s head of children’s services, Steve Reddy.
They warned that the pressure on schools and the continued rise in infection rates could lead to fewer places for the children of key workers in classrooms, with more forced to stay at home to contain the infection.
In that letter, Mr Reddy and Mr Ashton said Liverpool were ‘in the eye of the storm’ and once again called on people to follow the rules.
They said, “We are in the eye of the storm with this pandemic. We desperately need to reduce infection rates and give our essential services the time and space to deliver the care they need for Covid and non-Covid-related ailments, and allow the vaccine to roll out at such a rate. fast possible.
“The most important action we can all take is to stay at home to protect the NHS and save lives. Do not leave the house unless absolutely necessary. People have to stick to the rules and ask themselves just because they can do something, that doesn’t mean they should. Please: be part of the solution, not part of the problem. ”
Here are the infection numbers in each part of the city
- Allerton et Hunts Cross – 178
- Anfield – 148
- Beautiful valley – 205
- Centre – 165
- Childwall – 214
- Church – 146
- Clubmoor – 229
- County – 146
- Cressington – 185
- Croxteth – 160
- Everton – 177
- Fazakerley – 189
- Greenbank – 105
- Kensington et Fairfield – 115
- Kirkdale – 190
- Gnarled Ash – 195
- Mossley Hill – 164
- Norris Green – 192
- Old Swan – 177
- Picton – 119
- Parc des Princes – 136
- Riverside – 267
- Saint-Michel – 112
- Speke-Garston – 221
- Tuebrook et Stoneycroft – 171
- Warbreck – 229
- Wavertree – 178
- Western Derby – 224
- Woolton – 140
- Yew tree – 224