Bristol news The 11 areas in the Bristol region that are almost Covid-free PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Infection rates have been falling rapidly across the region over the past few days
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Coronavirus infection rates have been plummeting across the Bristol region - and 11 areas now have almost no cases. The latest data shows 23 areas across our city recorded infection rates below 100 per 100,000 population in the seven days to February 17 - and that is a rise of five locations in four days. Meanwhile, North Somerset confirmed 18 postcodes recording below 100 per 100,000, while South Gloucestershire reported 16. And every authority had at least one area where data was suppressed because cases had fallen below three. Seven areas in North Somerset are almost entirely Covid-free, three in Bristol and one in South Gloucestershire - making 11 in total that are currently almost Covid-free. Horfield, Westbury Village and Crews Hole - which includes parts of St George - all confirmed the lowest infections in Bristol. In addition, Portishead, Pill and Clevedon in North Somerset had barely any cases. What are your views on easing lockdown? Join the debate below. Read More Related Articles Three more people die after testing positive for Covid as hundreds of infections confirmed Read More Related Articles What Bristol pub owners think of Boris Johnson's lockdown announcement And Longwell Green & Oldland Common now has the fewest cases in South Gloucestershire. All areas across the the Bristol region are now recording infection rates below 400 per 100,000, the latest government data also shows. Below are the neighbourhoods with a case rate below 100, listed in ascending order: The areas in the region with the lowest infection rates (The number of actual positive cases of Covid-19 in the seven days up to Saturday, February 13 is shown in the list below, with the average case rate in brackets) Bristol: Horfield - fewer than three cases (data suppressed) Westbury Village - fewer than three cases (data suppressed) Crews Hole - fewer than three cases (data suppressed) Fishponds North 3 (30.9) Cotham 3 (33.4) Redland & St Andrew's 4 (37.6) Bristol City Centre 7 (36.9) Fishponds North 4 (41.2) Monks Park 3 (44.8) Southville 5 (45) Westbury Park 4 (46.9) Clifton Village 3 (48.8) Knowle Park 4 (48.8) Kingsdown & Stokes Croft 5 (48.5) Lockleaze 4 (52.6) Clifton East 5 (55.5) Horfield 5 (66.2) Totterdown 5 (70.4) Bedminster 8 (80.4) Headley Park 5 (81.4) Upper Horfield 7 (85.
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South Gloucestershire: Longwell Green & Oldland Common - fewer than three cases (data suppressed) Hanham 3 (32.5) Marshfield, Wick & Hawkesbury 4 (37.4) Winterbourne 3 (47.2) Alveston, Olveston & Oldbury 3 (46.4) Thornbury North 4 (49) Emersons Green 6 (49.4) Staple Hill South & Kingswood North West 6 (60.2) Chipping Sodbury 4 (62.1) Stoke Gifford 5 (65.8) Charfield, Wickwar & Iron Acton 6 (73) Frenchay & Great Stoke 12 (75.3) Frampton Cotterell 6 (85.5) Bradley Stoke Central 10 (88.6) Thornbury South 6 (90.1) Yate North 7 (92.7) North Somerset: Pill & Easton - fewer than three cases (data suppressed) Nailsea East - fewer than three cases (data suppressed) Clevedon North & Walton - fewer than three cases (data suppressed) Clevedon South & Yeo - fewer than three cases (data suppressed) Portishead South - fewer than three cases (data suppressed) Portishead Central - fewer than three cases (data suppressed) Clevedon Central - fewer than three cases (data suppressed) Mid Worle 3 (34.3) Portishead Redcliffe 3 (48.6) Portishead Central 5 (50.6) North Worle 5 (53.5) Clevedon Central 5 (61.7) Long Ashton & Gordano 9 (66) Weston Hillside - 6 (65) Weston Uphill - 4 (67.3) Nailsea West 7 (76.7) Yatton & Cleeve 8 (84.8) Weston Clarence 6 (97.1) Where is the data coming from? You can see the latest national data on the government's website. The map displays weekly data that is updated every day. The data can be viewed by local authority but also by smaller sections called 'Middle Super Output Areas'.
The map highlights which areas of the nation have three or more confirmed cases of the virus and colour co-coordinates the areas by how many cases they have.
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