Coronavirus infection rates are rising in Cambridgeshire in two regions

Coronavirus infection rates are rising in Cambridgeshire in two regions

Coronavirus infection rates have soared in Cambridgeshire in two districts of the province.

But in the good news, rates are down four other places.

Cambridge and Peterborough remain the two places with the highest infection rate. Both cities have an average of more than 200, twice the rate the government needed to put places in local lockdown two weeks ago.

When the national lockdown ends on December 2, the government said it would restore a tiered lockdown system, but with tighter restrictions on places at higher levels.

While the rate has decreased in Cambridge in the week through November 16, the rate is still very high.

Peterborough

The rate in Peterborough has continued to increase, and it is now the place with the highest in the county.

The rate has also increased in Vineland, making it now the third worst affected region. Previously, Vinland had few cases and a low infection rate.

But it is good news for the county’s remaining three counties – Huntingdonshire, East Campus and South Campus – which all saw a drop in the previous week’s rate.

East Campus remains the least affected part of the county, and has half the number of cases compared to the next least affected area in the county.

Here’s a breakdown of the weekly Covid-19 infection rates in Cambridgeshire. The data is accurate for the 7 days through November 16, and is the most recent data.

Weekly price breakdowns compared to the previous week for each part of Cambridgeshire:

  • Peterborough 208.1, up from 190.3 (+17.8)
  • Cambridge 206.7 down from 213.1 (-6.4)
  • Finland, 134.5, up from 92.3 (+42.2)
  • SOUTH CAMBRIDGSHIRE 104.3 down from 109.4 (-5.1)
  • Huntingdonshire 91.0 down from 106.8 (-15.8)
  • East Cambridgeshire 65.7 down from 72.4 (-6.7)
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The number of cases has also been released in each region, and the number of cases has increased dramatically in Peterborough and Finland, while it has decreased in every other area.

Below is a breakdown of the number of cases per region. This is the number of new cases recorded in the seven days through November 16:

  • Peterborough 421 up from 385 (+36)
  • Cambridge 258 down from 266 (-8)
  • SOUTH CAMBRIDGSHIRE 166 down from 174 (-8)
  • Huntingdonshire 162 down from 190 (-28)
  • Finland 137 height from 94 (+43)
  • East Cambridgeshire 59 down from 65 (-6)

You can also use the tool below to see the number of cases and more in your local area:

For more information and data, including the total number of cases, deaths, and more for each part of Cambridgeshire, you can read our story here.

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