UK news Small Cambs neighbourhoods with infection rates still above 400 last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- One part of the county has an infection rate of over 1,000
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Over the last few weeks, Covid-19 infection rates have fallen steadily across Cambridgeshire. There are parts of the county that have very few cases at all and have practically eradicated the virus. Cambridge, which once had the highest infection rate in the county now has very few cases, and Peterborough, which has seemingly had a high infection rate since the very beginning, is also seeing significant falls in rates. But there are still two places in the county that have very high infection rates, above 400 cases per 100,000 people. The place with the highest infection rate in Cambridgeshire is the Millfield and Bourges Boulevard area of Peterborough. CambridgeshireLive email updates: We bring the stories to you Signing up to the CambridgeshireLive newsletter means you'll receive our daily news email. It couldn't be simpler and it takes seconds - simply click here, enter your email address and follow the instructions. You can also enter your address at the top of this page in the box below the picture on most desktop and mobile platforms. Changed your mind? There's an 'unsubscribe' button at the bottom of every newsletter we send out. While the average infection rate for the city was 240.3 (cases per 100,000) in the seven days up to February 15, this small neighbourhood in Cambridgeshire was recording over 1,000. Comparatively, the rolling infection rate for Millfield and Bourges Boulevard was 1,263.
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. This huge infection rate is five times the average for the city and far higher than the county's average as well. According to data from Public Health England (PHE), cases are rapidly increasing in this part of the city, with 94 more cases being recorded in the last week compared to the week before. There are currently 127 cases in the area. You can find out how many cases there are in your local area in the widget below:
The second-highest local infection rate in Cambridgeshire was the northern part of Wisbech. The average infection rate for Fenland was 204.2 in the seven days up to February 15, while in the same time period Wisbech North had a rate of 624.1, with 71 total cases in the seven days up to February 16. Comparatively, Wisbech South, which also includes Peckover, had a rate of 397.1 which is also quite high, had 57 cases. However, the good news for Wisbech is that cases are falling not rising. Wisbech North had eight fewer cases in the last week compared to the week before, while Wisbech South and Peckover had 18 cases less.