Bristol news The seven Bristol neighbourhoods where Covid rates are still high PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - One area has a case rate eight times the national average

Bristol news The seven Bristol neighbourhoods where Covid rates are still high PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - One area has a case rate eight times the national average

Bristol news  The seven Bristol neighbourhoods where Covid rates are still high PremierLeague-News.Com
03 May 2021 - 04:16

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A large village near Bristol is still recording one of the highest coronavirus case rates in the entire country. Winterbourne in South Gloucestershire is the only neighbourhood in the West of England with a rolling rate of more than 100 cases per 100,000 of the population. Six other areas are recording case rates of more than 50 per 100,000, which is still classed as "above average" and more than double the national rate for England. Figures cover the seven days up to April 26, which is the most recent data available. To get breaking news like this straight to your inbox, click here. The number of areas around the West of England with above average rates has dropped from 12 areas in the seven days up to April 21. The blue area on the map below represents Winterbourne, where the case rate is more than eight times the national rate for England. The government's map showing case rates in the Bristol area for the seven days up to April 26 (Image: Office for National Statistics licensed under the Open Government Licence v.3.0) As reported last week, the village recorded a rate of 141.7 new cases per 100,000 of the population in the seven days up to April 21. This has risen again, and the case rate in the seven days up to April 26 was 188.9 per 100,000, based on 12 new cases recorded within that week-long period.

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.4 cases per 100,000. Often case rates can be skewed by an outbreak in a particular place, such as a school, workplace or care home. These are the six other areas with case rates classed by the Government as "above average" in comparison to the national picture: Bradley Stoke Central: Case rate of 70.9 based on eight new cases in the seven days up to April 26 Barton Hill: Case rate of 61 based on five new cases Hartcliffe: 56.1 with four new cases Clifton East: 55.5 with five new cases Hengrove: 55.2 with five new cases Henleaze: 50.8 with three new cases Read More Related Articles Just two new coronavirus cases confirmed in Bristol area Read More Related Articles Area near Bristol goes 24 hours without any new coronavirus cases in latest official breakdown Seven–day rates are calculated by dividing the seven day case number count by the area population, and multiplying by 100,000. People can search via their postcode or simply zoom in on the map on the government's website. The map is updated every day but only displays weekly data, meaning there is a lag of several days. More up to date figures are published by the government daily and reported by Bristol Live each evening, but these only cover local authority areas like Bristol or North Somerset, rather than the smaller individual neighbourhoods. Across Bristol yesterday (Sunday, May 2) there were just two new coronavirus cases recorded.

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