The very newest Surrey Covid an infection charges for every a part of the county

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New knowledge reveals that an infection charges have risen in 4 areas – though they’re nonetheless falling in Surrey as a complete.

Charges have gone up in 4 areas and down in seven – however one in a single space, Epsom and Ewell, the speed has risen by 89 per cent week-on-week.

General, the coronavirus an infection fee is decrease than the nationwide common in all eleven native authority areas in Surrey – and one space, Mole Valley, has one of many lowest charges in England.

The an infection fee for the entire county of Surrey is now 29.6 instances per 100,000 individuals – nicely under the English common of 53.9.

There have been a complete of 354 optimistic assessments throughout Surrey within the week ending March 27, which is 6 fewer instances than the earlier week. The variety of instances has fallen within the county by 2 per cent.

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Spelthorne now has the very best coronavirus an infection fee in Surrey, based on the most recent knowledge from Public Well being England.

There have been 52 confirmed instances there within the week ending March 27, which is equal to an an infection fee of 52.1 instances per 100,000 individuals.

The bottom coronavirus an infection fee within the county is once more in Mole Valley the place the most recent fee is 16.0 instances per 100,000 inhabitants and is down by 7 per cent in comparison with the earlier week.

What the figures for every space of Surrey present

In Spelthorne , there have been 52 optimistic Covid-19 assessments within the week ending March 27, which is 2 fewer than the earlier 7 days.

The an infection fee in Spelthorne is barely up on the day prior to this however the long run week-on-week development is down by 4 per cent.

There have been 43 optimistic assessments during the last week in Runnymede , which is eighteen fewer than within the earlier week.

The week-on-week development in Runnymede is down by 30 per cent and the most recent an infection fee is 48.1 instances per 100,000 individuals.

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In Epsom and Ewell , the most recent an infection fee is 44.7 instances per 100,000 individuals and the variety of instances has gone up by 89 per cent.

A complete of 36 individuals examined optimistic for Covid in Epsom and Ewell over the seven days ending on March 27, which is 17 greater than the week earlier than.

Woking recorded 36 coronavirus instances, which is 8 fewer than within the earlier seven days.

The most recent an infection fee in Woking is 35.7 instances per 100,000 individuals and that’s down by 18 per cent week-on-week.

The development is up in Reigate and Banstead , the place there have been 41 optimistic Covid-19 assessments within the week ending March 27, which is 9 greater than the earlier 7 days. That’s up by 28 per cent in comparison with the earlier week.

Guildford noticed a complete of 37 instances within the week ending March 27, which is 3 greater than the earlier week. That could be a rise of 9 per cent.

There was a fall of 13 per cent in instances in Tandridge over the week ending March 27. Tandridge recorded 21 optimistic Covid-19 assessments, and that’s 3 fewer than the earlier week.

In Surrey Heath , the variety of instances was down 20 per cent. There have been 20 optimistic Covid-19 assessments within the week ending March 27, which is 5 fewer than the earlier 7 days.

There have been 29 instances recorded in Elmbridge , which is 3 fewer than the earlier week – a fall of 9 per cent.

Waverley recorded 25 instances within the week ending March 27, which is 5 greater than the earlier week, and equal to an increase of 25 per cent.

Mole Valley , which has the bottom an infection fee within the area, recorded 14 optimistic Covid-19 assessments within the week ending March 27, which is 1 fewer than the earlier 7 days. The speed in Mole Valley, is down by 7 per cent.

In the meantime, coronavirus an infection charges have gone up in additional than a 3rd of the native authority areas within the nation.

Within the week ending March 27, the an infection fee went up in 130 (41%) of the council areas in England and stayed degree in 10 areas.

Within the remaining 175 areas the an infection fee went down. That’s equal to 56% of the 315 native authority districts in England.

Corby is the world with the very best coronavirus an infection fee within the nation, based on the most recent knowledge from Public Well being England.

There have been 155 confirmed instances in Corby in Northamptonshire for the week ending March 27, which implies the an infection fee within the space is 214.6 instances per 100,000 individuals.

The second highest an infection fee is in Rotherham in South Yorkshire, the place there have been 170.7 instances per 100,000 inhabitants in the identical interval.

The bottom an infection fee in England is in Hastings in East Sussex. There have been simply 7 confirmed instances in Hastings for the week ending March 27, which was 8 fewer than the earlier week.

The an infection fee in Hastings is now 7.6 instances per 100,000 individuals.

These are the 5 areas which have seen the very best enhance in an infection fee during the last week:

1. North Warwickshire: 168.5, 110 (+62), +95.0

2. Hinckley and Bosworth: 103.4, 117 (+69), +61.0

3. Copeland: 44.0, 30 (+25), +36.7

4. Trafford: 74.2, 176 (+86), +36.2

5. South Kesteven: 120.1, 171 (+51), +35.8

Listed here are the an infection charges for all 315 native authority areas in England, based on the most recent knowledge from Public Well being England:

The under info reveals: native authority; an infection fee per 100,000 in seven days ending March 27; the 7-day complete instances (change on earlier week); change in an infection fee

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1. Corby: 214.6, 155 (+0), +0%

2. Rotherham: 170.7, 453 (+89), +24%

3. North Warwickshire: 168.5, 110 (+62), +129%

4. Barnsley: 148.7, 367 (-95), -21%

5. Doncaster: 144.3, 450 (+71), +19%

6. North Lincolnshire: 141.0, 243 (-33), -12%

7. Bradford: 136.7, 738 (-47), -6%

8. Wakefield: 136.1, 474 (+12), +3%

9. Boston: 129.7, 91 (+16), +21%

10. Hull: 129.3, 336 (-48), -13%

11. Luton: 124.9, 266 (-20), -7%

12. Sheffield: 124.3, 727 (+22), +3%

13. South Kesteven: 120.1, 171 (+51), +43%

14. South Holland: 120.0, 114 (-8), -7%

15. Leeds: 117.9, 935 (+139), +17%

16. East Northamptonshire: 113.2, 107 (+20), +23%

17. Oldham: 111.3, 264 (+24), +10%

18. Blackburn with Darwen: 110.2, 165 (+13), +9%

19. Kirklees: 109.6, 482 (+15), +3%

20. Tameside: 109.1, 247 (-10), -4%

21. Leicester: 108.1, 383 (-15), -4%

22. Calderdale: 106.4, 225 (+37), +20%

23. Peterborough: 105.3, 213 (-41), -16%

24. Hinckley and Bosworth: 103.4, 117 (+69), +144%

25. Rochdale: 103.0, 229 (+8), +4%

26. Preston: 102.7, 147 (+19), +15%

27. Bolton: 101.2, 291 (-21), -7%

28. Tamworth: 99.1, 76 (+20), +36%

29. Redditch: 98.5, 84 (-49), -37%

30. Manchester: 98.2, 543 (+53), +11%

31. Stockton-on-Tees: 96.3, 190 (+5), +3%

32. Sandwell: 94.1, 309 (+21), +7%

33. Hartlepool: 94.0, 88 (+10), +13%

34. Selby: 93.8, 85 (+25), +42%

35. Rugby: 91.8, 100 (-14), -12%

36. Melton: 91.8, 47 (+4), +9%

37. Wigan: 91.6, 301 (-22), -7%

38. Stevenage: 91.1, 80 (+11), +16%

39. Newark and Sherwood: 90.7, 111 (+6), +6%

40. Ashfield: 88.3, 113 (+20), +22%

41. Mansfield: 86.9, 95 (+1), +1%

42. North East Lincolnshire: 86.5, 138 (-14), -9%

43. North West Leicestershire: 81.1, 84 (-10), -11%

44. Broxtowe: 80.7, 92 (-11), -11%

45. Fenland: 80.5, 82 (-27), -25%

46. Charnwood: 80.2, 149 (+30), +25%

47. Stoke-on-Trent: 79.2, 203 (+4), +2%

48. Dudley: 78.7, 253 (-18), -7%

49. Salford: 77.3, 200 (-87), -30%

50. Chorley: 77.0, 91 (+24), +36%

51. Blaby: 75.8, 77 (+0), +0%

52. Slough: 75.6, 113 (+0), +0%

53. Breckland: 75.0, 105 (+20), +24%

54. Trafford: 74.2, 176 (+86), +96%

55. Darlington: 74.0, 79 (-35), -31%

56. East Staffordshire: 73.5, 88 (-30), -25%

57. Bassetlaw: 73.2, 86 (-62), -42%

58. Walsall: 73.2, 209 (+22), +12%

59. Bury: 72.8, 139 (-47), -25%

60. Burnley: 72.0, 64 (-7), -10%

61. Birmingham: 71.8, 820 (-19), -2%

62. Nottingham: 71.8, 239 (-9), -4%

63. Ipswich: 70.8, 97 (+0), +0%

64. Southampton: 70.5, 178 (-36), -17%

65. Northampton: 69.5, 156 (-22), -12%

66. Swindon: 69.3, 154 (+8), +5%

67. Stockport: 69.2, 203 (-26), -11%

68. Windsor and Maidenhead: 68.0, 103 (+24), +30%

69. West Lindsey: 67.9, 65 (-53), -45%

70. Hyndburn: 67.9, 55 (-5), -8%

71. South Somerset: 67.7, 114 (+38), +50%

72. Oadby and Wigston: 66.6, 38 (+11), +41%

73. South Ribble: 65.9, 73 (-24), -25%

74. Kettering: 65.8, 67 (+0), +0%

75. Sunderland: 65.5, 182 (-35), -16%

76. South Derbyshire: 65.3, 70 (-13), -16%

77. Rutland: 65.1, 26 (+10), +63%

78. Tendring: 64.1, 94 (+30), +47%

79. Huntingdonshire: 64.1, 114 (+24), +27%

80. Dartford: 63.1, 71 (+36), +103%

81. West Lancashire: 63.0, 72 (-2), -3%

82. Halton: 62.6, 81 (+10), +14%

83. Wolverhampton: 61.9, 163 (-4), -2%

84. Barking and Dagenham: 61.5, 131 (+31), +31%

85. Solihull: 61.5, 133 (-42), -24%

86. East Lindsey: 61.4, 87 (-19), -18%

87. Lichfield: 61.1, 64 (+8), +14%

88. Swale: 60.6, 91 (+29), +47%

89. Excessive Peak: 60.4, 56 (+22), +65%

90. Hounslow: 60.0, 163 (-5), -3%

91. County Durham: 60.0, 318 (-21), -6%

92. Bexley: 59.6, 148 (+79), +114%

93. Cannock Chase: 59.5, 60 (-10), -14%

94. Rossendale: 58.8, 42 (-32), -43%

95. Gedling: 58.5, 69 (-20), -22%

96. East Using of Yorkshire: 58.3, 199 (-65), -25%

97. Cheshire West and Chester: 58.0, 199 (-43), -18%

98. Oxford: 57.1, 87 (+44), +102%

99. Hillingdon: 56.4, 173 (-24), -12%

100. Nuneaton and Bedworth: 56.2, 73 (+0), +0%

101. Harrow: 56.1, 141 (+20), +17%

102. Central Bedfordshire: 56.1, 162 (+22), +16%

103. Warrington: 54.3, 114 (-55), -33%

104. Bromsgrove: 54.1, 54 (+5), +10%

105. Sedgemoor: 53.6, 66 (-7), -10%

106. Coventry: 53.3, 198 (-10), -5%

107. Fylde: 53.2, 43 (-10), -19%

108. Middlesbrough: 53.2, 75 (-18), -19%

109. Spelthorne: 52.1, 52 (-2), -4%

110. West Oxfordshire: 51.5, 57 (+25), +78%

111. Ribble Valley: 50.9, 31 (-20), -39%

112. Ealing: 50.6, 173 (-43), -20%

113. Wellingborough: 50.2, 40 (-8), -17%

114. North Tyneside: 50.0, 104 (-27), -21%

115. Redbridge: 49.1, 150 (-10), -6%

116. Milton Keynes: 49.0, 132 (+5), +4%

117. Bristol, Metropolis of: 48.6, 225 (-19), -8%

118. Runnymede: 48.1, 43 (-18), -30%

119. Scarborough: 47.8, 52 (+15), +41%

120. Wyre Forest: 47.4, 48 (-15), -24%

121. Craven: 47.3, 27 (+9), +50%

122. Thanet: 47.2, 67 (-21), -24%

123. Northumberland: 47.1, 152 (-79), -34%

124. Wycombe: 47.1, 82 (-8), -9%

125. Redcar and Cleveland: 46.7, 64 (-14), -18%

126. Hammersmith and Fulham: 46.5, 86 (+30), +54%

127. Derby: 46.2, 119 (-26), -18%

128. Canterbury: 46.0, 76 (+8), +12%

129. Broadland: 45.9, 60 (+19), +46%

130. Plymouth: 45.4, 119 (+18), +18%

131. North Kesteven: 45.3, 53 (+7), +15%

132. Newcastle upon Tyne: 44.9, 136 (-39), -22%

133. Cheshire East: 44.8, 172 (-32), -16%

134. Epsom and Ewell: 44.7, 36 (+17), +89%

135. South Oxfordshire: 44.3, 63 (+2), +3%

136. Copeland: 44.0, 30 (+25), +500%

137. St. Helens: 43.7, 79 (-35), -31%

138. Rochford: 43.5, 38 (+4), +12%

139. North Hertfordshire: 43.4, 58 (+16), +38%

140. North East Derbyshire: 43.4, 44 (+7), +19%

141. Lancaster: 43.1, 63 (+11), +21%

142. Gateshead: 43.1, 87 (-14), -14%

143. Derbyshire Dales: 42.9, 31 (-41), -57%

144. Greenwich: 42.7, 123 (+22), +22%

145. Dacorum: 42.6, 66 (+14), +27%

146. Brent: 42.2, 139 (-47), -25%

147. Erewash: 41.6, 48 (-15), -24%

148. Harborough: 41.6, 39 (-18), -32%

149. Havant: 41.2, 52 (+22), +73%

150. Eastleigh: 41.2, 55 (-7), -11%

151. Merton: 41.2, 85 (-2), -2%

152. Knowsley: 41.1, 62 (-5), -7%

153. King’s Lynn and West Norfolk: 41.0, 62 (+5), +9%

154. Portsmouth: 40.9, 88 (-12), -12%

155. Newcastle-under-Lyme: 40.9, 53 (-47), -47%

156. Crawley: 40.9, 46 (-13), -22%

157. Stratford-on-Avon: 40.7, 53 (-36), -40%

158. Amber Valley: 40.6, 52 (-3), -5%

159. Worcester: 40.5, 41 (-27), -40%

160. South Gloucestershire: 40.3, 115 (+6), +6%

161. Pendle: 40.2, 37 (-27), -42%

162. Chesterfield: 40.0, 42 (-6), -13%

163. Welwyn Hatfield: 39.8, 49 (+9), +23%

164. Hart: 39.1, 38 (+21), +124%

165. South Staffordshire: 39.1, 44 (-29), -40%

166. West Suffolk: 39.1, 70 (+25), +56%

167. South Tyneside: 39.1, 59 (-73), -55%

168. Colchester: 38.5, 75 (-13), -15%

169. Studying: 38.3, 62 (-14), -18%

170. Lincoln: 38.3, 38 (-26), -41%

171. Thurrock: 37.9, 66 (-18), -21%

172. East Cambridgeshire: 37.8, 34 (+1), +3%

173. Bedford: 37.5, 65 (+6), +10%

174. Wokingham: 37.4, 64 (+0), +0%

175. Liverpool: 37.3, 186 (-11), -6%

176. Kingston upon Thames: 37.2, 66 (-15), -19%

177. Southend-on-Sea: 37.1, 68 (+6), +10%

178. Braintree: 36.7, 56 (+19), +51%

179. Blackpool: 36.6, 51 (-3), -6%

180. Wychavon: 36.3, 47 (+0), +0%

181. Woking: 35.7, 36 (-8), -18%

182. Fareham: 35.3, 41 (+9), +28%

183. Kensington and Chelsea: 35.2, 55 (+14), +34%

184. Basingstoke and Deane: 35.1, 62 (+8), +15%

185. Bracknell Forest: 35.1, 43 (+10), +30%

186. Wyre: 34.8, 39 (-20), -34%

187. Allerdale: 34.8, 34 (+4), +13%

188. Enfield: 34.8, 116 (+23), +25%

189. Eastbourne: 34.7, 36 (-7), -16%

190. Cambridge: 34.5, 43 (+4), +10%

191. Sefton: 34.4, 95 (-21), -18%

192. Wandsworth: 34.3, 113 (-16), -12%

193. Harrogate: 34.2, 55 (-23), -29%

194. Norwich: 34.1, 48 (-2), -4%

195. Staffordshire Moorlands: 33.5, 33 (-23), -41%

196. Stafford: 33.5, 46 (+5), +12%

197. Harlow: 33.3, 29 (-19), -40%

198. Fortress Level: 33.2, 30 (-18), -38%

199. Aylesbury Vale: 33.0, 67 (+6), +10%

200. Tunbridge Wells: 32.8, 39 (+9), +30%

201. Newham: 32.8, 116 (-36), -24%

202. Waltham Forest: 32.5, 90 (-2), -2%

203. Chichester: 32.2, 39 (-13), -25%

204. Tower Hamlets: 31.7, 103 (-10), -9%

205. Haringey: 31.6, 85 (+21), +33%

206. Richmondshire: 31.6, 17 (-10), -37%

207. Arun: 30.5, 49 (-13), -21%

208. Havering: 30.4, 79 (-8), -9%

209. York: 30.4, 64 (+1), +2%

210. West Berkshire: 30.3, 48 (+3), +7%

211. Chiltern: 30.2, 29 (+9), +45%

212. Medway: 30.2, 84 (-8), -9%

213. Brighton and Hove: 29.9, 87 (-21), -19%

214. Winchester: 29.6, 37 (-8), -18%

215. Dover: 29.6, 35 (+4), +13%

216. Barnet: 29.6, 117 (+29), +33%

217. Hertsmere: 29.5, 31 (-4), -11%

218. South Cambridgeshire: 29.5, 47 (+9), +24%

219. Check Valley: 29.3, 37 (-3), -8%

220. Ashford: 29.2, 38 (-8), -17%

221. Bolsover: 28.5, 23 (-52), -69%

222. Sutton: 28.1, 58 (-10), -15%

223. Mid Devon: 27.9, 23 (+5), +28%

224. Vale of White Horse: 27.9, 38 (-15), -28%

225. Three Rivers: 27.9, 26 (-6), -19%

226. Telford and Wrekin: 27.8, 50 (-11), -18%

227. Wiltshire: 27.8, 139 (+9), +7%

228. Broxbourne: 27.8, 27 (-4), -13%

229. Lambeth: 27.6, 90 (-7), -7%

230. Reigate and Banstead: 27.6, 41 (+9), +28%

231. South Northamptonshire: 27.5, 26 (-4), -13%

232. Dorset: 27.5, 104 (-9), -8%

233. East Devon: 27.3, 40 (-5), -11%

234. Hambleton: 27.3, 25 (-3), -11%

235. Gosport: 27.1, 23 (-5), -18%

236. Watford: 26.9, 26 (+6), +30%

237. East Suffolk: 26.9, 67 (-1), -1%

238. Barrow-in-Furness: 26.8, 18 (-7), -28%

239. Mendip: 26.8, 31 (+9), +41%

240. Daventry: 26.8, 23 (-13), -36%

241. Richmond upon Thames: 26.3, 52 (-22), -30%

242. Maidstone: 26.2, 45 (+3), +7%

243. Rushcliffe: 26.0, 31 (-25), -45%

244. Tonbridge and Malling: 25.7, 34 (+2), +6%

245. North Somerset: 25.6, 55 (-3), -5%

246. Islington: 25.6, 62 (-30), -33%

247. South Bucks: 25.6, 18 (-4), -18%

248. New Forest: 25.5, 46 (+7), +18%

249. Herefordshire, County of: 25.4, 49 (-20), -29%

250. Shropshire: 25.4, 82 (-6), -7%

251. Forest of Dean: 25.3, 22 (+6), +38%

252. Cherwell: 25.2, 38 (+0), +0%

253. Chelmsford: 25.2, 45 (-9), -17%

254. Warwick: 25.0, 36 (-26), -42%

255. Mid Suffolk: 25.0, 26 (-11), -30%

256. Westminster: 24.9, 65 (-12), -16%

257. Guildford: 24.8, 37 (+3), +9%

258. Wirral: 24.4, 79 (-12), -13%

259. Rushmoor: 24.3, 23 (-8), -26%

260. Hackney and Metropolis of London: 24.1, 70 (+21), +43%

261. Lewisham: 23.9, 73 (-17), -19%

262. Tandridge: 23.8, 21 (-3), -13%

263. Malvern Hills: 22.9, 18 (-4), -18%

264. Croydon: 22.8, 88 (-5), -5%

265. Surrey Heath: 22.4, 20 (-5), -20%

266. St Albans: 22.2, 33 (+9), +38%

267. Ryedale: 21.7, 12 (-10), -45%

268. Bromley: 21.7, 72 (-8), -10%

269. Maldon: 21.6, 14 (+7), +100%

270. Camden: 21.5, 58 (+1), +2%

271. Southwark: 21.3, 68 (-8), -11%

272. Lewes: 21.3, 22 (-5), -19%

273. Epping Forest: 21.3, 28 (-27), -49%

274. Elmbridge: 21.2, 29 (-3), -9%

275. Mid Sussex: 21.2, 32 (+9), +39%

276. Carlisle: 21.2, 23 (+6), +35%

277. Uttlesford: 20.8, 19 (-19), -50%

278. Somerset West and Taunton: 20.6, 32 (+6), +23%

279. Exeter: 20.5, 27 (+3), +13%

280. East Hampshire: 20.4, 25 (+6), +32%

281. North Norfolk: 20.0, 21 (+6), +40%

282. Stroud: 20.0, 24 (-4), -14%

283. Worthing: 19.9, 22 (-19), -46%

284. Waverley: 19.8, 25 (+5), +25%

285. Cheltenham: 19.8, 23 (-6), -21%

286. Folkestone and Hythe: 19.5, 22 (+4), +22%

287. East Hertfordshire: 18.7, 28 (-7), -20%

288. Isle of Wight: 18.3, 26 (+10), +63%

289. Basildon: 18.2, 34 (-17), -33%

290. South Norfolk: 17.7, 25 (+11), +79%

291. Bathtub and North East Somerset: 17.6, 34 (-5), -13%

292. Horsham: 17.4, 25 (+1), +4%

293. South Hams: 17.2, 15 (+11), +275%

294. Cornwall and Isles of Scilly: 17.1, 98 (+4), +4%

295. Eden: 16.9, 9 (-4), -31%

296. Gravesham: 16.8, 18 (-2), -10%

297. Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole: 16.7, 66 (-33), -33%

298. Sevenoaks: 16.6, 20 (-8), -29%

299. Babergh: 16.3, 15 (-1), -6%

300. Torbay: 16.1, 22 (-15), -41%

301. Mole Valley: 16.0, 14 (-1), -7%

302. Adur: 15.6, 10 (-3), -23%

303. Wealden: 15.5, 25 (+3), +14%

304. Torridge: 14.6, 10 (+2), +25%

305. South Lakeland: 14.3, 15 (-5), -25%

306. Nice Yarmouth: 14.1, 14 (-2), -13%

307. Gloucester: 13.9, 18 (+1), +6%

308. Brentwood: 13.0, 10 (-15), -60%

309. West Devon: 12.5, 7 (+1), +17%

310. Tewkesbury: 11.6, 11 (-4), -27%

311. Teignbridge: 11.2, 15 (+2), +15%

312. Rother: 10.4, 10 (+1), +11%

313. North Devon: 8.2, 8 (+3), +60%

314. Cotswold: 7.8, 7 (+0), +0%

315. Hastings: 7.6, 7 (-8), -53%





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