Southwark cases continued to be the lowest of the six boroughs in South East London
Covid-19 cases in south-east London continued to decline over the past week, with an overall drop of 11% from the previous week.
Cases in Southwark continued to be the lowest of the six boroughs in South East London during the week of November 2 to November 8, at 576, down 1.5% from the previous week.
Positive Lambeth tests fell 16.4% to 602 over the week. Bromley fell the most, dropping 19.2% – though he still had the most cases, at 787.
Greenwich saw cases drop 6.5% to 609, while in Bexley the number of positive tests fell 11.1% to 697.
Lewisham was the only borough in south-east London where cases rose, increasing 6.5% during the week to 633.
Deaths after positive Covid tests also fell slightly from a low base during the week in south-east London, from ten between October 26 and November 1 to eight between November 2 and November 8 November.
Southwark, Lambeth and Bexley each saw one death linked to Covid-19, while Bromley had two and Lewisham had three. There were no deaths in Greenwich.
It comes as the number of people who have suffered a recall in London topped one million last week. Some 1,066,200 people in the capital have accepted the offer of a third vaccine.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and medical experts have called on people to come forward to get their booster shots as protection against the first two wanes over time.