The 55 places where Covid cases are increasing despite the UK infection rate declining.


The 55 places where Covid cases are increasing despite the UK infection rate declining.

COVID instances are declining in most British cities, towns, and villages, according to new Office for National Statistics statistics, but cases are increasing in 55 localities – is yours one of them?

This week, England’s longest continuous run of dropping daily COVID cases since February began, with COVID-19-related hospital admissions beginning to diminish in every part of the nation. The number of daily new cases in England is fewer than it was a week ago, as it has been for the past 18 days. Since February, when the lockdown was initiated to substantially cut cases, preserve the NHS, and save lives, this is the longest run of drops.

Daily coronavirus cases are still high, but the average number of daily confirmed cases has dropped slightly in recent weeks.

On Thursday, November 11, 42,408 new cases were verified, bringing the total number of confirmed cases for the week to 242,203, a decrease of 12%.

The current rate per 100,000 persons in the United Kingdom is 356.1, with England having the lowest rate per 100,000 people at 346.5.

Scotland is right behind it, at 348.3 per 100,000 people.

At 499.5 and 426.1 per 100,000 people, respectively, Wales and Northern Ireland have rates that are higher than the UK average.

According to the most recent ONS data, daily Covid fatalities have been close to or slightly above 200 in the last week.

Since Spring 2021, this is the greatest total ever.

Daily instances, on the other hand, have been marginally reduced in the recent week, indicating a trend in the correct direction.

In the UK, 55 (15%) of the 377 local areas have seen a week-on-week increase in rates.

According to the ONS, 321 locations (85 percent) have seen a decrease, while one has remained steady.

According to the Government’s Covid dashboard, Torfaen in Wales had the highest rate per 100,000 population in the seven days leading up to November 6, at 671.7 per 100,000.

In the seven days leading up to November 6, a total of 637 cases were reported in the area, a decrease of 72 cases (10.2 percent).

The Orkney Islands in Scotland have seen a considerable increase in instances in the last seven days, with 150 new cases reported from November 6 to November 6, an increase of 48 cases (47.1 percent).

The “Brinkwire Summary News” is located in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales.


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