London Covid: All areas of the capital with currently less than 20 cases of coronavirus

London Covid: All areas of the capital with currently less than 20 cases of coronavirus

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As lockdown restrictions ease, people are carefully enjoying the return of non-essential retail and outdoor hospitality.
But, despite the joy, there is also the fear that cases will rise again – especially with the discovery of cases of variant strains of Covid-19 in several areas of the capital.

The vaccination program continues to be successful and the number of cases in London remains low, so cautious optimism is not the worst of ideas.

There are a number of London boroughs that have less than 20 cases of Covid-19, and each borough has less than 50 cases, a marked improvement in the case rate when we went into lockdown, or even by compared to last month.

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Currently, 17 out of 32 boroughs have less than 20 cases, just over half of London’s neighborhoods.

Southwark, despite launching surge tests, has only recorded eight cases of Covid-19 in the borough, while Bromley and Haringey have 10 each.

Lambeth, another high-risk area for the South African strain, has 12 cases.

Merton and Waltham Forest have the highest cases of this cohort, with 19 cases each, but it’s still relatively low.

While London is not out of the woods just yet, especially as some experts predict local lockdowns will contain the fast-spreading South African variant, this is positive news for the capital’s case rate. .

The highest cases are seen in Hillingdon, Harrow, Hounslow, Newham, Redbridge, Ealing and Barking and Dagenham, all of which have more than 30 cases.

Two months earlier, Ealing had nearly 200 cases, making its rate of exactly 30 cases a feat.

Hillingdon has 43 cases, the highest in London, well below the average in other parts of the country.

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Hillingdon: 43 cases

Herse: 42 cases

Hounslow: 39 cases

Newham: 32 cases

Redbridge: 31 cases

Ealing: 30 cases

Barking et Dagenham: 30 cases

Kingston upon Thames: 29 cases

Westminster: 28 cases

Brent: 27 cases

Barnet: 27 cases

Kensington et Chelsea: 26 cases

Wandsworth: 24 cases

Hamlets of the tower: 23 cases

Hackney and the City of London: 23 cases

Richmond upon Thames: 20 cases

Merton: 19 cases

Waltham Forest: 19 cases

Hammersmith et Fulham: 18 cases

Islington: 17 cases

Croydon: 17 cases

Bexley: 16 cases

Camden: 14 cases

Sutton: 14 cases

Enfield: 14 cases

Lewisham: 13 cases

Havering: 13 cases

Greenwich: 13 cases

Lambeth: 12 cases

Haringey: 10 cases

Bromley: 10 cases

Southwark: 8 cases

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