These are the areas in the North East with the lowest rates of coronavirus as the region enters Tier 4 restrictions.
Matt Hancock announced the region would face the toughest restrictions in the House of Commons on Wednesday.
As the area entered the tightest restrictions, there were a number of places across the region with infection rates below 100 per 100,000 people in the week leading up to December 25.
Seahouses, Belford and Wooler has no data as it recorded fewer than three cases, while Walkergate has a rate of just 35.7, according to data from Public Health England.
Forest Hall and West Moor also has one of the lowest rates with 35.7, while Forest Hall and West Moor is 48.8.
Under Tier 4 restrictions, non-essential shops, hairdressers, and leisure and entertainment venues must close, with a new “stay at home” message introduced.
People are allowed to travel for education or childcare, and exercise is unlimited.
Outdoors, people can only meet with one person from another household at a time. And those in Tier 4 must not leave the region they live in.
The Government reviews the tier system on a fortnightly basis, using a number of methods to decide how well areas are coping with Covid-19.
Areas with infection rates below 100:
Seahouses, Belford and Wooler no data as fewer than three cases recorded
Forest Hall and West Moor 48.8
Shieldfield and Heaton Park 53.8
Durham City 55.3
Berwick-upon-Tweed Town 62.8
Wallsend East 66.1
Newton Aycliffe West 69.4
Concord and Sulgrave 72.0
Horsley Hill 76.0
North Cramlington 77.8
South Jesmond and Sandyford 78.0
East Cramlington and Parkside 78.7
Whitley Bay North 82.6
Amble, Shilbottle and Swarland 86.9
City Centre and Arthur’s Hill 88.1
Morpeth South and West 90.0
South Hylton 91.8
Seaton Delaval and Seghill 93.6
Peterlee East 93.8
North Heaton 93.9
Oxclose and Lambton 95.6
Morpeth Central and East 97.1