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PremierLeague-News.Com- A steady drop in case numbers throughout March saw Peterborough move away from the peak of January
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Peterborough’s rolling coronavirus infection rate is now at its lowest level since October, according to the latest government data. In the seven days to March 31 (the latest period available on the government’s interactive Covid map), Peterborough had a rate of 80.6 cases per 100,000 people. The city had 163 total cases, which was a 27.2 per cent decrease from the previous period when Peterborough had 224 cases. The latest period was the first time that Peterborough has seen its rolling rate drop below 100 since October. It meant that the city had its lowest rolling rate since the seven days to October 14, when it stood at 71.7. A steady drop in case numbers throughout March saw Peterborough move away from the peak of January, when, in the seven days to January 13, the city had 1059 cases and a rolling rate of 523.6. Click below for email updates from Peterborough Live Sign up to the PeterboroughLive newsletter If you're looking for a way to stay up to date with the latest breaking news from around Peterborough the CambridgeshireLive newsletter is a good place to start. The daily update will deliver the top news and features to your inbox every evening. We choose the most important stories of the day to include in the newsletter, including crime, court news, long reads, traffic and travel, food and drink articles and more. Signing up to the newsletter is simple. All you have to do is to click here and type in your email address. It's one of the many ways that you can read the news that matters to you from Cambridgeshire and PeterboroughLive. However, the city remains the area in Cambridgeshire with the highest rolling rate and is still well above the most recent national average of 44. Case numbers and the infection rate are moving in the right direction though, which has seen six of the 22 neighbourhoods that Peterborough is split into in the government data get to a point where there are so few cases that an infection rate cannot be calculated. This means that there were fewer than three cases of Covid-19 in those areas across the most recent period. Additionally, 10 other neighbourhoods in the city had rolling rates below 100, while only five areas saw their case numbers rise. The map below shows the latest interactive government map for Peterborough. Areas in white have fewer than three cases, while those in light green have a rolling rate between 10 and 49, those in dark green have a rate between 50 and 99, those in blue have a rate between 100 and 199, while those in dark blue have a rate between 200 and 399. Below, we list Peterborough’s 22 neighbourhoods in order of their infection rates in the latest data. (Image: Gov.UK) Neighbourhoods with fewer than 3 cases - unable to calculate a rolling infection rate Eye & Thorney Newborough & Peakirk Walton Werrington Orton West & Castor Longthorpe & Netherton Other neighbourhoods - ranked by rolling infection rate Peterborough Central Total cases: 5 (-4 cases from previous period / -44.4 percent change) Rolling rate: 40.1 cases per 100,000 people West Town & Woodston Total cases: 6 (-4 / -40.
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.3 Bretton Park Total cases: 4 (+0) Rolling rate: 47.8 Fletton Total cases: 5 (-2 / -28.6 per cent) Rolling rate: 50.8 Glinton, Northborough & Maxey Total cases: 3 (-2 / -40.0 per cent) Rolling rate: 52.0 Orton Malborne & Goldhay Total cases: (-6 / -50.0 per cent) Rolling rate: 67.2
Central Park Total cases: 8 (-9 / -52.9 per cent) Rolling rate: 71.3 Harguate & Orton Longueville Total cases: 7 (+3 / +75.0 per cent) Rolling rate: 72.0 North Bretton & Westwood Total cases: 7 (+1 / +16.7 per cent) Rolling rate: 89.3 Millfield & Bourges Boulevard Total cases: 9 (-16 / -64.0 per cent) Rolling rate: 89.6 Barnack, Wittering & Wansford Total cases: 7 (-4 / -36.4 per cent) Rolling rate: 103.1 Fengate & Parnwell Total cases: 14 (-10 / -41.7 per cent) Rolling rate: 115.8 Stanground Total cases: 15 (+0) Rolling rate: 128.5 Paston Total cases: 14 (+1 / +7.7 per cent) Rolling rate: 131.7 Hampton Vale Total cases: 16 (+3 / +23.1 per cent) Rolling rate: 140.4 Dogsthorpe Total cases: 29 (+7 / + 31.8 per cent) Rolling rate: 306.5
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