Lancashire neighborhoods where Covid rates continue to climb

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Lancashire neighborhoods where Covid rates continue to climb


Three months after the UK’s third national lockdown and the Covid situation in general is starting to look clearer.
In Lancashire alone, there are more than 40 neighborhoods where transmission of the coronavirus has slowed, with virtually no cases reported each week.

According to figures released by the government for the seven days to March 25, dozens of these neighborhoods had reported three or fewer cases, or less than one case per day in the locality.

In larger figures, nearly half of Lancashire is seeing infection rates fall below the national average, with 10 boroughs now seeing cases declining overall.

The current average in England is 55.4 new cases per 100,000 population.

And in the latest weekly data, Fylde, Ribble Valley, Lancaster, Pendle, Blackpool and Wyre have all seen their rates drop below.

All six have seen their infection rates drop, with the exception of Lancaster, who has seen a slight increase.

However, despite the progress being made, there are still problem areas in several districts.

Blackburn along with Darwen and Preston still have infection rates above 100, with daily infections continuing to be recorded at a constant rate, meaning there is little chance of change over the next few days.

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At a more local level, there are still dozens of neighborhoods with infection rates well above the national average.

Here are the Super Average Production Areas (MSOA) with rates above 100 cases per 100,000 population in the seven days leading up to March 25:

– Skelmersdale East (180.8 with 12 cases in one week)

– Skelmersdale Ashurt (101.5 with 6 cases in one week)

– Croston & Mawdesley (123.9 with 10 cases in one week)

– Leyland Southeast and Buckshaw Village (239.5 with 18 cases in one week)

– Whittle-le-Woods & Anglezarke (144.6 with 13 new cases in one week)

– Chorley East (108.8 with 8 new cases in one week)

– South Darwen and Whitehall (107.0 with 9 new cases in one week)

– Darwen Town (173.1 with 11 new cases in one week)

– Ewood and Fenhurst (143.1 with 11 new cases in one week)

– Meadowhead (323.0 with 23 new cases in one week)

– Witton, Mill Hill and Hollin Bank (181.6 with 19 new cases in one week)

– Queen’s Park and Higher Croft (154.1 with 15 new cases in one week)

– Shadsworth & Intack (112.0 with 12 new cases in one week)

– Central Blackburn (123.5 with 11 new cases in one week)

– Bastwell (133.5 with 10 new cases in one week)

– Lammack & Revidge (101.2 with 9 new cases in one week)

– Roe Lee, Brownhill & Sunnybower (116.8 with 12 new cases in one week)

– Clayton-le-Moors & Huncoat (105.8 with 12 new cases in one week)

– Padiham (267.8 with 24 new cases in one week)

-Nelson Bradley (144.4 with 10 new cases in one week)

– Colne Waterside (115.2 with 6 new cases in one week)

– Clitheroe South (114.6 with 10 new cases in one week)

– Longridge South (120.5 with 7 new cases in one week)

– Lostock Hall (108.4 with 8 new cases in one week)

– Bamber Bridge West (128.4 with 7 new cases in one week)

– Frenchwood & Fishwick (128.6 with 12 new cases in one week)

– Preston Town Center (165.1 with 18 new cases in one week)

– Ribbleton (205.5 with 21 new cases in one week)

– Brookfield & Holme Slack (265.4 with 27 new cases in one week)

– Cadley & College (114.2 with 9 new cases in one week)

– Ashton-on-Ribble and Larches (112.5 with 12 new cases in one week)

– Kirkham & Wesham (108.2 with 13 new cases in one week)

– Poulton North and Carleton East (100.8 with 8 new cases in one week)

– Central Blackpool (140.5 with 10 new cases in one week)

– Bonds, Bilsborrow & Wyresdale (101.9 with 7 new cases in one week)

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