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How many coronavirus cases in my local area?

CASES of the coronavirus are rising in some parts of England and the country has been split into a tier system in order to curb the spread.

The map below shows how your area ranks in terms of coronavirus infections per 100,000 of the population.

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Areas of the country that have the highest rates of infection are seen shaded in dark red – this includes areas of the North West.

These are places that have over 300 cases per 100,000 of the population.

This includes places like Manchester, where the most recent data suggests that the area currently has 424.7 cases per 100,000 of the population.

Andy Burnham, Mayor of Manchester has said he will ask people in the area to obey the law after he finally accepted tougher restrictions after battling with No 10 to keep Manchester in Tier 2.

The red markings on the map indicate a high rate of infection and these are places that have 100-300 cases per 100,000.

The amber markings indicate places that have 20-100 cases per 100,000 and the green areas are places that have under 20 cases per 100,000.

The map above shows that there is clear divide between the North and South of the country, with the majority of the North being in the red.

However experts previously warned that infections were spreading south, claiming the virus “isn’t just a problem in the North”.

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Manchester is set to face tougher restrictions [/caption]

‘Not just the North’

Deputy chief medical office Prof Jonathan Van Tam previously said the epidemic has picked up in the North but that all areas are seeing a growth in infection rates.

Those living in the dark red have been hit with the toughest restrictions and are in Tier 3.

Others are in Tier 2 such as Cheshire and various parts of the North East.

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Nottingham currently has the highest rate of infection in the country [/caption]

People living in Tier 3 areas are not allowed to mix either indoors or outdoors.

Pubs and bars will also close in those areas, but restaurants will continue serving food until 10pm following a major backlash from regional leaders.

The restrictions will be reviewed monthly.

Knowsley and Liverpool, two of the affected areas, are in the top three for infection rates in England – at 673.5 per 100,000 people and 606.6 respectively.

Data in the seven days to October 15 shows that Nottingham has the highest case rate in the country with 711.3 cases per 100,000 – despite this the area is in a Tier 2 lockdown area.

This means that pubs will remain open – but that people are unable to mix with other households indoors.

The area is set to be forced to comply with Tier 3 restrictions if it continues to experience a high rate of cases.

Tier One — medium risk — will see current social distancing measures, the “rule of six” and a pub curfew of 10pm enforced.

Areas in Tier Two will have the same restrictions plus a ban on households mixing.

High risk

HIGHEST RATE – dark red

The areas of the map shaded in dark red have over 300 cases per 100,000 of the population.

From left to right it reads the name of the local authority followed by cases in the seven days up to October 15, followed by the week before with the seven days to October 8.

Nottingham 711.3 (2368), 1001.2 (3333)

Knowsley 673.5 (1016), 729.1 (1100)

Liverpool 606.6 (3021), 684.7 (3410)

Burnley 536.4 (477), 545.4 (485)

Blackburn with Darwen 513.7 (769), 382.1 (572)

Rossendale 472.8 (338), 316.2 (226)

Rochdale 469.4 (1044), 402.9 (896)

Pendle 450.5 (415), 406.0 (374)

West Lancashire 447.9 (512), 445.3 (509)

Wigan 436.9 (1436), 378.8 (1245)

Sefton 427.3 (1181), 473.6 (1309)

St. Helens 424.7 (767), 428.6 (774)

Manchester 424.7 (2348), 511.5 (2828)

Salford 421.1 (1090), 384.4 (995)

Oldham 407.8 (967), 380.8 (903)

Bolton 398.5 (1146), 310.2 (892)

Bury 396.4 (757), 356.0 (680)

Sheffield 393.4 (2301), 496.0 (2901)

Preston 387.7 (555), 359.8 (515)

Gedling 369.8 (436), 268.9 (317)

Leeds 369.8 (2933), 426.8 (3385)

Barnsley 364.6 (900), 248.7 (614)

Bradford 355.7 (1920), 326.1 (1760)

County Durham 350.5 (1858), 299.8 (1589)

Lancaster 349.9 (511), 282.8 (413)

Stockton-on-Tees 348.6 (688), 323.3 (638)

Newcastle upon Tyne 348.4 (1055), 545.5 (1652)

Ribble Valley 348.2 (212), 308.8 (188)

Tameside 346.6 (785), 319.7 (724)

Rushcliffe 344.8 (411), 311.3 (371)

Hartlepool 342.7 (321), 276.5 (259)

Warrington 340.9 (716), 347.1 (729)

Halton 338.5 (438), 399.5 (517)

Rotherham 336.5 (893), 269.8 (716)

Hyndburn 335.6 (272), 351.7 (285)

Blackpool 323.4 (451), 240.2 (335)

Trafford 321.9 (764), 342.1 (812)

South Ribble 317.7 (352), 266.3 (295)

Sunderland 315.8 (877), 313.6 (871)

Broxtowe 313.1 (357), 300.8 (343)

Only two households will be able to mix, and then only in gardens. In Tier Three “very high” risk areas overnight stays will be outlawed for residents and visitors.

Pubs and bars will be required to close and no household mixing will be allowed for socialising either indoors or outdoors.

Tier Three gyms and leisure facilities have closed.

But, after a furious backlash, restaurants are able to serve until 10pm but without booze.

Local authorities are expected to get more power over Test and Trace set ups, with the autonomy to use their own local knowledge and teams.

RED – high rate

The areas of the map shaded in red have 100 to 300 cases per 100,000 of the population

From left to right it reads the name of the local authority followed by cases in the seven days up to October 15, followed by the week before with the seven days to October 8.

Middlesbrough 297.9 (420), 310.0 (437)

York 289.6 (610), 262.1 (552)

Charnwood 288.9 (537), 172.2 (320)

Wirral 276.2 (895), 314.2 (1018)

Barrow-in-Furness 275.9 (185), 289.3 (194)

Stockport 273.0 (801), 290.0 (851)

Doncaster 271.2 (846), 203.0 (633)

Wakefield 268.4 (935), 223.1 (777)

Oadby and Wigston 268.4 (153), 192.9 (110)

Kirklees 262.9 (1156), 242.6 (1067)

Chorley 259.7 (307), 240.2 (284)

Darlington 259.4 (277), 200.4 (214)

Redcar and Cleveland 255.9 (351), 218.7 (300)

Calderdale 254.4 (538), 249.7 (528)

Wyre 248.0 (278), 196.3 (220)

Fylde 237.7 (192), 193.1 (156)

Gateshead 236.6 (478), 274.7 (555)

South Tyneside 229.2 (346), 276.2 (417)

Exeter 223.0 (293), 414.7 (545)

Leicester 216.8 (768), 170.5 (604)

North East Lincolnshire 216.2 (345), 138.5 (221)

Erewash 215.0 (248), 152.6 (176)

Birmingham 210.3 (2401), 184.7 (2109)

High Peak 209.4 (194), 178.1 (165)

North Tyneside 207.8 (432), 288.1 (599)

Bristol 206.3 (956), 117.8 (546)

Ashfield 201.7 (258), 137.6 (176)

North East Derbyshire 186.3 (189), 173.5 (176)

Mansfield 185.7 (203), 95.1 (104)

Walsall 185.0 (528), 147.1 (420)

Solihull 184.9 (400), 160.8 (348)

Cheshire West and Chester 183.6 (630), 191.5 (657)

Sandwell 182.7 (600), 134.6 (442)

Coventry 176.0 (654), 147.2 (547)

Northumberland 170.6 (550), 195.1 (629)

Newark and Sherwood 169.1 (207), 234.4 (287)

Selby 167.7 (152), 131.3 (119)

Cheshire East 167.6 (644), 167.6 (644)

Cannock Chase 165.7 (167), 94.3 (95)

Wolverhampton 163.7 (431), 113.5 (299)

Harrogate 163.5 (263), 165.4 (266)

Eden 163.4 (87), 60.1 (32)

South Staffordshire 162.8 (183), 127.2 (143)

Bassetlaw 158.4 (186), 101.3 (119)

Stafford 158.1 (217), 138.4 (190)

Bromsgrove 157.2 (157), 127.2 (127)

Lincoln 153.1 (152), 111.8 (111)

North Lincolnshire 152.6 (263), 146.8 (253)

Stoke-on-Trent 150.2 (385), 89.7 (230)

Blaby 149.7 (152), 146.8 (149)

East Riding of Yorkshire 149.5 (510), 129.3 (441)

Staffordshire Moorlands 149.3 (147), 92.4 (91)

Derby 148.1 (381), 116.2 (299)

Ealing 148.0 (506), 133.4 (456)

Carlisle 145.4 (158), 81.0 (88)

Newcastle-under-Lyme 142.9 (185), 153.7 (199)

Bolsover 137.8 (111), 122.9 (99)

Richmond upon Thames 137.4 (272), 144.9 (287)

Amber Valley 137.3 (176), 113.2 (145)

Tamworth 135.6 (104), 104.3 (80)

Craven 134.8 (77), 173.3 (99)

South Derbyshire 134.3 (144), 87.6 (94)

Hackney and City of London 134.1 (390), 135.8 (395)

Hammersmith and Fulham 134.0 (248), 103.2 (191)

Chesterfield 133.5 (140), 132.5 (139)

Hambleton 133.2 (122), 128.8 (118)

Warwick 130.8 (188), 101.6 (146)

Elmbridge 128.7 (176), 150.6 (206)

Telford and Wrekin 127.9 (230), 65.1 (117)

Hertsmere 127.7 (134), 111.5 (117)

South Bucks 127.1 (89), 109.9 (77)

Slough 127.1 (190), 103.0 (154)

East Staffordshire 126.1 (151), 92.7 (111)

Dudley 125.6 (404), 89.6 (288)

Melton 125.0 (64), 99.6 (51)

Northampton 124.7 (280), 107.3 (241)

Hull 123.6 (321), 102.0 (265)

Cambridge 123.4 (154), 87.3 (109)

Portsmouth 122.8 (264), 77.7 (167)

Oxford 122.7 (187), 146.9 (224)

Luton 122.5 (261), 92.0 (196)

West Lindsey 122.3 (117), 105.6 (101)

Redbridge 122.2 (373), 131.4 (401)

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 121.2 (479), 130.5 (516)

Haringey 119.5 (321), 109.8 (295)

Hounslow 118.2 (321), 106.1 (288)

Hillingdon 117.6 (361), 96.1 (295)

Windsor and Maidenhead 116.9 (177), 120.2 (182)

South Kesteven 116.6 (166), 124.3 (177)

Kingston upon Thames 116.1 (206), 106.5 (189)

Kensington and Chelsea 115.9 (181), 104.4 (163)

Lichfield 115.5 (121), 91.6 (96)

Havering 115.2 (299), 91.3 (237)

Newham 114.7 (405), 99.4 (351)

Bath and North East Somerset 113.3 (219), 103.0 (199)

Hinckley and Bosworth 113.1 (128), 115.8 (131)

Three Rivers 112.5 (105), 124.3 (116)

South Lakeland 112.3 (118), 157.0 (165)

Camden 112.2 (303), 97.4 (263)

Redditch 111.4 (95), 79.8 (68)

Harrow 111.1 (279), 123.4 (310)

Islington 110.5 (268), 82.9 (201)

Tower Hamlets 109.0 (354), 102.8 (334)

Harborough 108.7 (102), 118.3 (111)

Barking and Dagenham 108.0 (230), 82.7 (176)

Derbyshire Dales 107.8 (78), 112.0 (81)

Enfield 107.3 (358), 90.8 (303)

Boston 106.9 (75), 55.6 (39)

Watford 106.7 (103), 102.5 (99)

Thurrock 106.1 (185), 59.7 (104)

Wellingborough 102.9 (82), 89.1 (71)

Lambeth 102.4 (334), 93.2 (304)

Norwich 102.4 (144), 84.7 (119)

Richmondshire 102.4 (55), 91.2 (49)

Wandsworth 102.2 (337), 100.4 (331)

Barnet 102.1 (404), 111.9 (443)

South Northamptonshire 101.6 (96), 72.0 (68)

Ryedale 101.1 (56), 117.4 (65)

Epping Forest 101.0 (133), 85.0 (112)

Stratford-on-Avon 100.7 (131), 106.8 (139)

Rugby 100.1 (109), 113.8 (124)

Today new figures revealed that deaths from the coronavirus have gone up the fifth week in a row.

The number of weekly registered Covid-19 deaths increased by 438 in the week ending October 9, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.

This made up 4.4 per cent of all deaths in England and Wales in the most recent week.

It is the highest number of registered deaths involving Covid-19 since the week ending July 3.

From left to right it reads the name of the local authority followed by cases in the seven days up to October 15, followed by the week before with the seven days to October 8.

Basildon 99.4 (186), 73.2 (137)

Broxbourne 98.7 (96), 92.5 (90)

Tendring 98.3 (144), 92.8 (136)

Waverley 98.2 (124), 99.7 (126)

Rutland 97.7 (39), 155.3 (62)

North West Leicestershire 97.5 (101), 121.6 (126)

East Hertfordshire 96.8 (145), 104.8 (157)

Waltham Forest 96.8 (268), 96.0 (266)

South Gloucestershire 95.8 (273), 74.7 (213)

Rushmoor 94.1 (89), 72.9 (69)

Chiltern 93.8 (90), 106.3 (102)

Scarborough 93.8 (102), 92.9 (101)

Brent 93.4 (308), 92.2 (304)

Westminster 91.5 (239), 93.8 (245)

Nuneaton and Bedworth 90.9 (118), 81.6 (106)

Castle Point 89.6 (81), 65.3 (59)

Brentwood 89.6 (69), 84.4 (65)

Swale 89.3 (134), 60.0 (90)

North Kesteven 89.0 (104), 78.7 (92)

North Warwickshire 88.9 (58), 96.5 (63)

East Northamptonshire 88.9 (84), 87.8 (83)

East Lindsey 88.2 (125), 56.4 (80)

Colchester 86.8 (169), 54.4 (106)

Cherwell 86.4 (130), 77.7 (117)

Reading 85.9 (139), 74.2 (120)

Wyre Forest 85.9 (87), 94.8 (96)

Runnymede 85.0 (76), 74.9 (67)

Shropshire 84.8 (274), 75.5 (244)

Great Yarmouth 84.6 (84), 61.4 (61)

Mole Valley 83.7 (73), 92.8 (81)

Brighton and Hove 83.2 (242), 83.5 (243)

Epsom and Ewell 83.1 (67), 80.6 (65)

Welwyn Hatfield 82.9 (102), 73.1 (90)

Sutton 82.9 (171), 67.4 (139)

Plymouth 82.0 (215), 58.8 (154)

Wychavon 81.9 (106), 59.5 (77)

Merton 81.8 (169), 76.0 (157)

Cotswold 81.2 (73), 65.7 (59)

Southwark 81.2 (259), 75.9 (242)

Guildford 81.2 (121), 79.9 (119)

Peterborough 80.6 (163), 84.1 (170)

Kettering 80.6 (82), 79.6 (81)

Bedford 80.2 (139), 92.9 (161)

Dacorum 80.1 (124), 81.4 (126)

Uttlesford 80.0 (73), 83.3 (76)

Bromley 79.7 (265), 69.5 (231)

Torbay 79.3 (108), 78.5 (107)

Lewisham 77.2 (236), 72.6 (222)

Bexley 75.7 (188), 62.4 (155)

Wycombe 75.0 (131), 72.7 (127)

Croydon 75.0 (290), 71.9 (278)

Daventry 74.5 (64), 94.2 (81)

Woking 74.4 (75), 89.3 (90)

Greenwich 74.3 (214), 74.3 (214)

Surrey Heath 73.9 (66), 99.7 (89)

Copeland 73.3 (50), 79.2 (54)

St Albans 72.8 (108), 86.2 (128)

Wokingham 72.5 (124), 56.7 (97)

Worcester 71.1 (72), 85.0 (86)

South Oxfordshire 70.4 (100), 68.3 (97)

Bracknell Forest 70.2 (86), 62.0 (76)

Winchester 68.9 (86), 67.3 (84)

West Oxfordshire 68.7 (76), 56.0 (62)

Vale of White Horse 68.4 (93), 60.3 (82)

Corby 67.9 (49), 78.9 (57)

Gloucester 67.4 (87), 68.1 (88)

Southend-on-Sea 66.6 (122), 47.0 (86)

Harlow 66.6 (58), 56.3 (49)

Spelthorne 66.1 (66), 75.1 (75)

Reigate and Banstead 64.5 (96), 64.5 (96)

Allerdale 63.4 (62), 71.6 (70)

Chelmsford 63.3 (113), 67.8 (121)

Aylesbury Vale 62.7 (125), 65.2 (130)

Dorset 62.6 (237), 49.4 (187)

Tunbridge Wells 62.3 (74), 70.8 (84)

Malvern Hills 62.3 (49), 80.1 (63)

Eastleigh 62.1 (83), 47.9 (64)

Babergh 61.9 (57), 52.2 (48)

Rochford 61.8 (54), 45.8 (40)

New Forest 61.6 (111), 41.6 (75)

South Cambridgeshire 61.6 (98), 74.8 (119)

Sevenoaks 61.3 (74), 79.5 (96)

Tandridge 61.3 (54), 53.3 (47)

Test Valley 60.2 (76), 84.8 (107)

Hart 59.7 (58), 60.8 (59)

Cheltenham 59.3 (69), 71.4 (83)

North Somerset 59.1 (127), 53.0 (114)

Southampton 59.0 (149), 55.4 (140)

North Devon 57.6 (56), 41.2 (40)

Wealden 57.6 (93), 58.2 (94)

South Hams 57.5 (50), 35.6 (31)

Mid Suffolk 56.8 (59), 38.5 (40)

Wiltshire 56.4 (282), 48.8 (244)

Milton Keynes 56.0 (151), 68.3 (184)

Breckland 55.7 (78), 37.2 (52)

Horsham 55.6 (80), 66.8 (96)

North Hertfordshire 55.4 (74), 76.4 (102)

Teignbridge 54.4 (73), 61.9 (83)

Sedgemoor 54.4 (67), 24.4 (30)

East Devon 53.3 (78), 55.4 (81)

Braintree 53.1 (81), 43.9 (67)

Central Bedfordshire 53.0 (153), 48.2 (139)

Fareham 52.5 (61), 33.6 (39)

East Cambridgeshire 52.3 (47), 54.5 (49)

Swindon 51.8 (115), 45.0 (100)

Huntingdonshire 51.7 (92), 53.9 (96)

South Holland 51.6 (49), 47.4 (45)

Crawley 50.7 (57), 51.6 (58)

Basingstoke and Deane 50.4 (89), 51.0 (90)

Stroud 50.0 (60), 40.8 (49)

West Berkshire 49.9 (79), 51.1 (81)

Forest of Dean 49.5 (43), 53.0 (46)

Maldon 49.3 (32), 49.3 (32)

Stevenage 48.9 (43), 39.8 (35)

Somerset West and Taunton 47.7 (74), 54.2 (84)

East Hampshire 47.4 (58), 64.6 (79)

Dartford 47.1 (53), 48.8 (55)

West Suffolk 46.9 (84), 49.1 (88)

Gravesham 46.8 (50), 63.6 (68)

Mid Sussex 46.4 (70), 50.3 (76)

Tewkesbury 46.3 (44), 49.5 (47)

Maidstone 46.0 (79), 50.6 (87)

Tonbridge and Malling 45.4 (60), 58.3 (77)

Canterbury 44.7 (74), 50.2 (83)

Lewes 44.5 (46), 41.6 (43)

Fenland 44.2 (45), 42.2 (43)

South Norfolk 44.0 (62), 38.3 (54)

Chichester 43.8 (53), 46.2 (56)

Mendip 43.3 (50), 41.5 (48)

West Devon 43.0 (24), 52.0 (29)

Ipswich 41.6 (57), 43.8 (60)

Herefordshire 41.5 (80), 37.9 (73)

Havant 40.4 (51), 34.1 (43)

Medway 39.8 (111), 45.2 (126)

Dover 39.8 (47), 46.6 (55)

Mid Devon 38.9 (32), 48.6 (40)

Thanet 38.8 (55), 26.8 (38)

East Suffolk 38.5 (96), 40.5 (101)

Broadland 37.5 (49), 32.9 (43)

North Norfolk 37.2 (39), 32.4 (34)

Worthing 37.1 (41), 27.1 (30)

Eastbourne 36.6 (38), 28.9 (30)

Ashford 35.4 (46), 41.5 (54)

Arun 34.8 (56), 19.3 (31)

Adur 32.7 (21), 28.0 (18)

King’s Lynn and West Norfolk 31.7 (48), 50.9 (77)

South Somerset 31.5 (53), 29.1 (49)

Torridge 30.8 (21), 24.9 (17)

Hastings 30.2 (28), 52.9 (49)

Rother 30.2 (29), 37.5 (36)

Gosport 29.5 (25), 27.1 (23)

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 26.2 (150), 34.1 (195)

Isle of Wight 21.9 (31), 21.2 (30)

In the previous week, up to October 2, there were 117 deaths.

Figures from the ONS show that, since the week ending September 4, registered coronavirus deaths have been roughly doubling every fortnight.

The number of Covid-19 registered deaths increased in Wales and in all English regions except the East and the South East.

A vaccine has still not been developed for the virus and it was today revealed that human volunteers would be given small doses of Covid-19 in order to find out how much of the virus a person needs to be exposed to to become infected.

LOW RATE – green

Areas on the map shaded in green have cases under 20 per 100,000 of the population.

From left to right it reads the name of the local authority followed by cases in the seven days up to October 15, followed by the week before with the seven days to October 8.

Folkestone and Hythe 18.6 (21), 20.4 (23)

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