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Latest coronavirus rate in each part of Birmingham and West Midlands with one area among 18 rising in UK



Wednesday’s update of Covid-19 case rates for every local authority area in England has been released.

Of the 315 local areas in England, 18 (6%) have seen a rise in case rates, 293 (93%) have seen a fall and four are unchanged.

Walsall is in the top 50 with Birmingham, but both have rates beneath 90 cases per 100,000 people.

Sandwell and Tamworth have rates in the nineties, alongside Wyre Forest, Worcs, and Stoke on Trent, Staffs.

East Staffordshire also has a high rate, but not quite as high as Redditch, which remains in the top 10 with a rate of 137 cases per 100k.

While not being in the top 50, Staffordshire Moorlands now has a rising rate.

The figures, for the seven days to March 6, are based on tests carried out in laboratories (pillar one of the Government’s testing programme) and in the wider community (pillar two).

The rate is expressed as the number of new cases per 100,000 people.

Data for the most recent four days (March 7-10) has been excluded as it is incomplete and does not reflect the true number of cases.

The list has been calculated by the PA news agency based on Public Health England data published on March 10 on the Government’s coronavirus dashboard.

Here is the list in full. From left to right, it reads: name of local authority; rate of new cases in the seven days to March 6; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to March 6; rate of new cases in the seven days to February 27; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to February 27.

Top 50:

Derbyshire Dales, 160.4, (116), 63.6, (46)

Hull, 152.8, (397), 160.9, (418)

Rotherham, 151.8, (403), 148.8, (395)

South Holland, 144.2, (137), 181.0, (172)

Barnsley, 142.6, (352), 160.4, (396)

Preston, 142.5, (204), 171.9, (246)

Bradford, 141.5, (764), 164.3, (887)

Peterborough, 140.9, (285), 182.9, (370)

Redditch, 137.2, (117), 173.6, (148)

South Derbyshire, 136.1, (146), 156.6, (168)

Leicester, 135.5, (480), 197.1, (698)

Wakefield, 134.4, (468), 136.1, (474)

North West Leicestershire, 126.4, (131), 205.6, (213)

Corby, 124.6, (90), 216.0, (156)

Boston, 122.6, (86), 173.9, (122)

Rochdale, 116.5, (259), 155.6, (346)

Hartlepool, 116.4, (109), 154.8, (145)

Bassetlaw, 115.8, (136), 149.8, (176)

Luton, 113.6, (242), 152.5, (325)

North East Lincolnshire, 109.0, (174), 118.4, (189)

Middlesbrough, 108.5, (153), 153.9, (217)

East Staffordshire, 107.7, (129), 155.3, (186)

Hyndburn, 107.4, (87), 149.3, (121)

Tameside, 104.6, (237), 145.7, (330)

Kirklees, 104.1, (458), 141.4, (622)

Stockton-on-Tees, 103.4, (204), 121.6, (240)

Fenland, 103.1, (105), 190.5, (194)

Blackburn with Darwen, 102.9, (154), 154.3, (231)

Darlington, 101.1, (108), 131.1, (140)

South Ribble, 100.2, (111), 129.1, (143)

Blaby, 99.5, (101), 126.1, (128)

Leeds, 99.5, (789), 135.4, (1074)

Salford, 99.3, (257), 123.6, (320)

Bolton, 99.1, (285), 160.0, (460)

Wyre Forest, 98.7, (100), 134.3, (136)

Erewash, 97.9, (113), 142.2, (164)

Charnwood, 97.9, (182), 136.7, (254)

Stoke-on-Trent, 97.1, (249), 125.2, (321)

Wigan, 96.8, (318), 133.0, (437)

Doncaster, 94.9, (296), 142.0, (443)

Tamworth, 93.9, (72), 142.1, (109)

Mansfield, 93.3, (102), 169.2, (185)

Sandwell, 91.6, (301), 170.5, (560)

Ashfield, 91.5, (117), 181.4, (232)

West Lancashire, 91.0, (104), 93.6, (107)

Nottingham, 90.7, (302), 157.4, (524)

Birmingham, 89.0, (1016), 122.1, (1394)

Ribble Valley, 88.7, (54), 78.8, (48)

North Lincolnshire, 87.6, (151), 95.2, (164)

Gedling, 87.4, (103), 162.9, (192)

Walsall, 87.2, (249), 123.0, (351)

Rest of West Midlands:

North Warwickshire, 84.3, (55), 163.9, (107)

Nuneaton and Bedworth, 80.1, (104), 110.1, (143)

Staffordshire Moorlands, 77.2, (76), 75.2, (74)

Rugby, 77.1, (84), 113.8, (124)

Dudley, 72.5, (233), 121.3, (390)

Coventry, 71.3, (265), 110.6, (411)

Cannock Chase, 70.5, (71), 107.2, (108)

Malvern Hills, 69.9, (55), 105.5, (83)

Lichfield, 67.8, (71), 96.4, (101)

Wolverhampton, 64.2, (169), 113.2, (298)

Worcester, 60.3, (61), 89.9, (91)

Warwick, 58.4, (84), 76.5, (110)

Wychavon, 57.2, (74), 97.3, (126)

South Staffordshire, 56.9, (64), 99.6, (112)

Bromsgrove, 53.1, (53), 85.1, (85)

Solihull, 52.2, (113), 77.6, (168)

Telford and Wrekin, 51.2, (92), 141.8, (255)

Stratford-on-Avon, 45.4, (59), 69.2, (90)

Shropshire, 43.0, (139), 87.6, (283)

Stafford, 38.6, (53), 87.4, (120)

Herefordshire, 22.8, (44), 63.8, (123)





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