Three North East areas see rise in Covid rates after schools reopen – full list

Three North East areas saw a rise in Covid cases in the two weeks after schools reopened, new analysis has shown.

Figures analysed by The Mirror found that in total, 122 areas in England saw coronavirus cases increase – 38 per cent of the 315 local authority areas in the country.

South Tyneside, Sunderland and Northumberland were among them, with Northumberland seeing its rate jump from 54.3 to 74.7 per 100,000.

Rates and cases continued to decrease in North Tyneside, Newcastle, Gateshead and County Durham in the week to Monday, compared with the seven days to March 7 – the day before schools reopened

The figures come as England gets ready to ease restrictions further after the weekend, with the “stay at home” restriction set to be lifted and people allowed to meet outdoors in groups once more.

On March 7 – the day before lockdown restrictions began to be eased with schools reopening – 33 areas had an infection rate of more than 100 cases per 100,000.

Latest data shows that has not changed dramatically, with 32 recording rates of 100 or more.

Is the virus spreading?

Today the government confirmed the coronavirus reproduction number, or R value, across the UK is between 0.7 to 0.9 – up from 0.6 to 0.9 last week.

R represents the average number of people each Covid-19 positive person goes on to infect.

When the figure is above 1, an outbreak is growing, but when it is below 1, it means the epidemic is shrinking.

An R number between 0.7 and 0.9 means that, on average, every 10 people infected will infect between seven and nine other people.

The latest growth rate is between minus 5 per cent to minus 2 per cent, which means the number of new infections is shrinking by between 2 per cent and 5 per cent every day.

What happens next?

From Monday, lockdown restrictions are set to ease still further.

People will be allowed to meet in groups of six outside, while outdoor sporting facilities – including golf courses, tennis courts and swimming pools – will be allowed to open.

But experts have warned the government to proceed with caution, and for the public to continue sticking to rules.

Earlier this week chief medical officer Prof Chris Whitty said there will “definitely” be another wave of Covid cases.

He said: “The path from here on in does look better than the last year but there are going to be lots of bumps and twists on the road from here on in.

“There will definitely be another surge at some point, whether it’s before winter or in the next winter, we don’t know.”

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The full list

Figures show the latest Public Health England data – for the seven days to this Monday – compared to the week to March 7 – the day before schools went back

Areas where cases have risen are shown in bold – North East areas are undrlined

Corby – 191.1 with 138 cases, up from 130.2 with 94 cases

Barnsley – 185.1 with 457 cases, up from 144.6 with 357 cases

North Lincolnshire – 161.4 with 278 cases, up from 92.3 with 159 cases

Hull – 151.3 with 393 cases, down from 156.3 with 406 cases

Redditch – 150.1 with 128 cases, up from 138.4 with 118 cases

Doncaster – 142.7 with 445 cases, up from 95.5 with 298 cases

Bradford – 142.5 with 769 cases, up from 141.2 with 762 cases

Rotherham – 140.9 with 374 cases, down from 148.4 with 394 cases

South Holland – 137.9 with 131 cases, up from 134.7 with 128 cases

Wakefield – 135.5 with 472 cases, up from 128.9 with 449 cases

Luton – 131.9 with 281 cases, up from 111.2 with 237 cases

Bassetlaw – 128.6 with 151 cases, up from 122.6 with 144 cases

Sheffield – 125.2 with 732 cases, up from 80.2 with 469 cases

Peterborough – 123.6 with 250 cases, down from 138.9 with 281 cases

West Lindsey – 122.3 with 117 cases, up from 71.1 with 68 cases

Tameside – 120.5 with 273 cases, up from 103.8 with 235 cases

Darlington – 116.1 with 124 cases, up from 104.9 with 112 cases

Boston – 115.4 with 81 cases, up from 112.6 with 79 cases

Rugby – 112.9 with 123 cases, up from 79.9 with 87 cases

Fenland – 110.9 with 113 cases, up from 102.1 with 104 cases

Leicester – 110.4 with 391 cases, down from 134.9 with 478 cases

East Northamptonshire – 106.8 with 101 cases, up from 65.6 with 62 cases

Bolton – 106.4 with 306 cases, up from 94.9 with 273 cases

Salford – 105.1 with 272 cases, down from 109.3 with 283 cases

Kirklees – 103.9 with 457 cases, up from 102.5 with 451 cases

Blackburn with Darwen – 103.5 with 15 cases, down from 106.9 with 160 cases

Oldham – 103.3 with 245 cases, up from 81.8 with 194 cases

Derbyshire Dales – 102.3 with 74 cases – down from 179.7 with 130 cases

Wigan – 102.2 with 336 cases, up from 95.8 with 315 cases

Stockton-on-Tees – 101.9 with 201 cases, down from 107.4 with 212 cases

Leeds – 101.5 with 805 cases, up from 98.1 with 778 cases

East Staffordshire – 101.0 with 121 cases, down from 109.4 with 131 cases

Rossendale – 99.3 with 71 cases, up from 56.0 with 40 cases

Rochdale – 98.0 with 218 cases, down from 117.8 with 262 cases

North West Leicestershire – 96.5 with 100 cases, down from 125.5 with 130 cases

Bury – 96.3 with 184 cases, up from 85.3 with 163 cases

Broxtowe – 94.7 with 108 cases, up from 64.9 with 74 cases

Mansfield – 93.3 with 102 cases, up from 90.6 with 99 cases

Bolsover – 93.1 with 75 cases, up from 69. with 56 cases

Preston – 92.9 with 133 cases, down from 143.9 with 206 cases

Calderdale – 92.7 with 196 cases, up from 91.3, with 193 cases

Newark and Sherwood – 91.5 with 112 cases, up from 67.8 with 83 cases

Hartlepool – 90.8 with 85 cases, down from 119.6 with 112 cases

Stevenage – 89.9 with 79 cases, up from 66.0 with 58 cases

Manchester – 89.9 with 497 cases, up from 78.5 with 434 cases

North East Lincolnshire – 89.6 with 143 cases, down from 108.4 with 173 cases

South Kesteven – 89.2 with 127 cases, up from 59.0 with 84 cases

Dudley – 86.1 with 277 cases, up from 70.0 with 225 cases

Warrington – 84.3 with 177 cases, stayed the same

South Ribble – 83.9 with 93 cases, down from 109.2 with 121 cases

Tamworth – 83.4 with 64 cases, down from 95.2 with 73 cases

Southampton – 82.4 with 208 cases, up from 57.4 with 145 cases

Sandwell – 82.2 with 270 cases, down from 96.2 with 316 cases

Ribble Valley – 82.1 with 50 cases, down from 101.8 with 62 cases

Burnley – 82.1 with 73 cases, up from 77.6 with 69 cases

Ashfield – 82.1 with 105 cases, down from 90.7 with 116 cases

South Tyneside – 81.5 with 123 cases, up from 72.2 with 109 cases

Sunderland – 80.7 with 224 cases, up from 77.4 with 215 cases

South Derbyshire – 80.2 with 86 cases, down from 120.3 with 129 cases

Northampton – 80.1 with 180 cases, up from 77.5 with 174 cases

North Warwickshire – 78.1 with 51 cases, down from 81.2 with 53 cases

Stoke-on-Trent – 77.2 with 198 cases, down from 99.9 with 256 cases

Solihull – 77.2 with 167 cases, up from 54.1 with 117 cases

Melton – 76.2 with 39 cases, up from 43.0 with 22 cases

East Lindsey – 75.5 with 107 cases, up from 48.0 with 68 cases

Gedling – 75.5 with 89 cases, down from 78.9 with 93 cases

Hyndburn – 75.3 with 61 cases, down from 102.4 with 83 cases

Newcastle-under-Lyme – 74.9 with 97 cases, down from 76.5 with 99 cases

Slough – 74.9 with 112 cases, down from 82.9 with 124 cases

Northumberland – 74.7 with 241 cases, up from 54.3 with 175 cases

Birmingham – 74.4 with 850 cases, down from 87.1 with 995 cases

Stockport – 74.3 with 218 cases, down from 80.8 with 237 cases

East Riding of Yorkshire – 74.2 with 253 cases, up from 70.6 with 241 cases

Nottingham – 73.9 with 246 cases, down from 89.5 with 298 cases

Blaby – 73.9 with 75 cases, down from 104.4 with 106 cases

Cheshire West and Chester – 73.7 with 253 cases, up from 60.6 with 208 cases

Ipswich – 72.3 with 99 cases, up from 42.4 with 58 cases

Stratford-on-Avon – 71.5 with 93 cases, up from 43.0 with 56 cases

Walsall – 70.4 with 201 cases, down from 82.7 with 236 cases

Worcester – 70.1 with 71 cases, up from 58.3 with 59 cases

Swindon – 69.8 with 155 cases, up from 68.4 with 152 cases

Selby – 69.5 with 63 cases, up from 56.3 with 51 cases

Pendle – 69.5 with 64 cases, up from 56.5 with 52 cases

County Durham – 69.4 with 368 cases, down from 73.9, with 392 cases

Charnwood – 68.9 with 128 cases, down from 97.9 with 182 cases

Kettering – 68.8 with 70 cases, down from 85.5 with 87 cases

Lincoln – 68.5 with 68 cases, down from 79.6 with 79 cases

West Lancashire – 67.4 with 77 cases, down from 89.2 with 102 cases

Wyre Forest – 67.1 with 68 cases, down from 97.7 with 99 cases

Cannock Chase – 65.5 with 66 cases, stayed the same

Breckland – 65.0 with 91 cases, stayed the same

Sedgemoor – 64.9 with 80 cases, up from 39.0 with 48 cases

North Tyneside – 64.9 with 135 cases, down from 81.3 with 169 cases

Runnymede – 64.9 with 58 cases, up from 30.2 with 27 cases

Ealing – 64.1 with 219 cases, down from 72.8 with 249 cases

Chorley – 63.4 with 75 cases, up from 55.0 with 65 cases

Halton – 63.4 with 82 cases, up from 56.4 with 73 cases

Harborough – 62.9 with 59 cases, down from 70.4 with 66 cases

Redcar and Cleveland – 62.7 with 86 cases, down from 78.0 with 107 cases

Hillingdon – 62.6 with 192 cases, down from 69.7 with 214 cases

Middlesbrough – 62.4 with 88 cases, down from 106.4 with 150 cases

Coventry – 62.2 with 231 cases, down from 67.8 with 252 cases

Fylde – 61.9 with 50 cases, down from 74.3 with 60 cases

Wolverhampton – 61.5 with 162 cases, down from 63.8 with 168 cases

Staffordshire Moorlands – 61.0 with 60 cases, down from 82.3 with 81 cases

St Helens – 60.4 with 109 cases, down from 86.4 with 156 cases

Derby – 60.2 with 155 cases, down from 85.5 with 220 cases

Thanet – 59.9 with 85 cases, up from 48.6 with 69 cases

Erewash – 59.8 with 69 cases, down from 99.7 with 115 cases

Hounslow – 59.7 with 162 cases, down from 68.5 with 186 cases

South Staffordshire – 59.6 with 67 cases, up from 55.1 with 62 cases

Huntingdonshire – 59.0 with 105 cases, down from 78.7 with 140 cases

Wellingborough – 57.7, with 46 cases, down from 77.8 with 62 cases

Newcastle upon Tyne – 57.5 with 174 cases, down from 69.7 with 211 cases

Spelthorne – 57.1 with 57 cases, up from 51.1 with 51 cases

Nuneaton and Bedworth – 57.0 with 74, down from 79.3 with 103 cases

Oadby and Wigston – 56.1 with 32 cases, down from 80.7 with 46 cases

Gateshead – 55.9 with 113 cases, down from 57.9 with 117 cases

Castle Point – 55.3 with 50 cases, up from 27.7 with 25 cases

Wyre – 54.4 with 61 cases, up from 35.7 with 40 cases

Brent – 54.3 with 179 cases, up from 47.6 with 157 cases

Crawley – 54.3 with 61 cases, up from 42.7 with 48 cases

Windsor and Maidenhead – 54.2 with 82 cases, up from 51.5 with 78 cases

Harrogate – 54.1 with 87 cases, up from 44.8 with 72 cases

Tendring – 53.9 with 79 cases, up from 49.1 with 72 cases

Barking and Dagenham – 53.5 with 114 cases, down from 54.0 with 115 cases

Lichfield – 53.5 with 56 cases, down from 64.9 with 68 cases

Harlow – 52.8 with 46 cases, down from 57.4 with 50 cases

Redbridge – 52.7 with 161 cases, up from 49.8 with 152 cases

Cheshire East – 52.3 with 201 cases, down from 64.3 with 247 cases

Central Bedfordshire – 51.6 with 149 cases, up from 48.2 with 139 cases

South Somerset – 51.1 with 86 cases, down from 54.6 with 92 cases

Wycombe – 50.4 with 88 cases, down from 53.3 with 93 cases

Thurrock – 49.3 with 86 cases, up from 48.8 with 85 cases

Bristol – 49.2 with 228 cases, up from 48.3 with 224 cases

Chesterfield – 48.6 with 51 cases, down from 80.1 with 84 cases

Milton Keynes – 48.6 with 131 cases, down from 70.5 with 190 cases

Chichester – 47.9 with 58 cases, up from 18.2 with 22 cases

Bromsgrove – 47.1 with 47 cases, down from 49.1 with 49 cases

Hinckley and Bosworth – 46.8 with 53 cases, down from 70.7 with 80 cases

Woking – 46.6 wth 47 cases, down from 49.6 with 50 cases

Sefton – 46.3 with 128 cases, down from 65.8 with 182 cases

Kingston upon Thames – 46.2 with 82 cases, down from 50.7 with 90 cases

Knowsley – 45.7 with 69 cases, down from 60.3 with 91 cases

Portsmouth – 45.6 with 98 cases, down from 59.6 with 128 cases

North Kesteven – 45.3 with 53 cases, up from 37.6 with 44 cases

Richmondshire – 44.7, with 24 cases, up from 29.8 with 16 cases

Swale – 44.6 with 67 cases, down from 46.6 with 70 cases

Warwick – 44.5 with 64 cases, down from 54.3 with 78 cases

Blackpool – 44.5 with 62 cases, down from 68.8 with 96 cases

Eastbourne – 44.3 with 46 cases, up from 12.5 with 13 cases

Harrow – 44.2 with 111 cases, down from 63.3 with 159 cases

Colchester – 44.2 with 86 cases, down from 56.5 with 110 cases

Eastleigh – 44.2 with 59 cases, down from 51.7 with 69 cases

Canterbury – 44.1 with 73 cases, up from 33.9 with 56 cases

Reading – 43.9 with 71 cases, up from 33.4 with 54 cases

Trafford – 43.0 with 102 cases, down from 59.0 with 140 cases

Rutland – 42.6 with 17 cases, down from 65.1 with 26 cases

Wychavon – 42.5 with 55 cases, down from 53.3 with 69 cases

Greenwich – 42.0 with 121 cases, up from 38.5 with 111 cases

Vale of White Horse – 41.9 with 57 cases, up from 35.3 with 48 cases

Daventry – 41.9 with 36 cases, down from 58.2 with 50 cases

Uttlesford – 41.6 with 38 cases, up from 30.7 with 28 cases

South Oxfordshire – 41.5 with 59 cases, up from 31.7 with 45 cases

Amber Valley – 41.4 with 53 cases, down from 60.9 with 78 cases

East Cambridgeshire – 41.2 with 37 cases, up from 26.7 with 24 cases

High Peak – 41.0 with 38 cases, down from 66.9 with 62 cases

Epping Forest – 41.0 with 54 cases, up from 36.4 with 48 cases

Norwich – 40.5 with 57 cases, up from 34.9 with 49 cases

Arun – 40.4 with 65 cases, down from 69.0 with 111 cases

Merton – 40.2 with 83 cases, stayed the same

Winchester – 40.0 with 50 cases, up from 21.6 with 27 cases

Wokingham – 39.7 with 68 cases, up from 33.9 with 58 cases

Ryedale – 39.7 with 22 cases, up from 25.3 with 14 cases

Islington – 39.6 with 96 cases, up from 24.7 with 60 cases

Scarborough – 39.5 with 43 cases, up from 31.3 with 34 cases

Brighton and Hove – 39.2 with 114 cases, up from 28.5 with 83 cases

South Gloucestershire – 38.9 with 111 cases, up from 34.7 with 99 cases

Worthing – 38.9 with 43 cases, down from 45.2 with 50 cases

King’s Lynn and West Norfolk – 38.3 with 58 cases, down from 54.8 wth 83 cases

Wandsworth – 37.9 with 125 cases, down from 39.4 with 130 cases

Liverpool – 37.5 with 187 cases, down from 55.8 with 278 cases

Three Rivers – 37.5 with 35 cases, up from 36.4 with 34 cases

Dacorum – 37.5 with 58 cases, down from 58.8 with 91 cases

Plymouth – 37.4 with 98 cases, up from 33.2 with 87 cases

Newham – 37.4 with 132 cases, down from 51.0 with 180 cases

Herefordshire – 37.3 with 72 cases, up from 22.8 with 44 cases

Southend-on-Sea – 37.1 with 68 cases, down from 44.2 with 81 cases

Lancaster – 37.0 with 54 cases, down from 37.7 with 55 cases

Ashford – 36.9 with 48 cases, down from 37.7 with 49 cases

Rochford – 36.6 with 32 cases, up from 33.2 with 29 cases

Stafford – 36.4 with 50 cases, down from 37.2 with 51 cases

Bedford – 36.4 with 63 cases, down from 58.9 with 102 cases

Basingstoke and Deane – 36.2 with 64 cases, down from 48.7 with 86 cases

West Oxfordshire – 36.2 with 40 cases, up from 28.0 with 31 cases

Rushcliffe – 36.1 with 43 cases, down from 69.6 with 83 cases

North Hertfordshire – 35.9 with 48 cases, up from 26.2 with 35 cases

Barrow-in-Furness – 35.8 with 24 cases, down from 38.8 with 26 cases

Dartford – 35.5 with 40 cases, down from 43.5 with 49 cases

North East Derbyshire – 35.5 with 36 cases, down from 53.2 with 54 cases

Waltham Forest – 35.0 with 97 cases, down from 43.3 with 120 cases

Craven – 35.0 with 20 cases, down from 47.3 with 27 cases

Hammersmith and Fulham – 34.6 with 64 cases, down from 35.6 with 66 cases

Broadland – 34.4 with 45 cases, up from 22.2 with 29 cases

Gosport – 34.2 with 29 cases, down from 41.3 with 35 cases

Welwyn Hatfield – 34.1 with 42 cases, down from 61.8 with 76 cases

Tunbridge Wells – 33.7 with 40 cases, up from 16.8 with 20 cases

Mid Suffolk – 33.7 with 35 cases, up from 24.1 with 25 cases

Aylesbury Vale – 33.6 with 67 cases, down from 48.6 with 97 cases

Tower Hamlets – 33.6 with 109 cases, down from 36.6 with 119 cases

Medway – 33.4 with 93 cases, down from 37.7 with 105 cases

Richmond upon Thames – 33.3 with 66 cases, up from 32.8 with 65 cases

Cambridge – 32.9 with 41 cases, up from 22.4 with 28 cases

Hambleton – 32.8 with 30 cases, down from 36.0 with 33 cases

Hertsmere – 32.4 with 34 cases, down from 35.3 with 37 cases

West Suffolk – 31.8 with 57 cases, down from 40.2 with 72 cases

Telford and Wrekin – 31.7 with 57 cases, down from 48.9 with 88 cases

Lewisham -31.4 with 96 cases, up fro 21.9 with 67 cases

Havering – 31.2 with 81 cases, down from 31.6 with 82 cases

Sutton – 31.0 with 64 cases, down from 41.7 with 86 cases

Bexley – 31.0 with 77 cases, up from 28.6 with 71 cases

Lewes – 31.0 with 32 cases, up from 30.0 with 31 cases

York – 30.9 with 65 cases, down from 52.2 with 110 cases

Dorset – 30.6 with 116 cases, down from 34.3 with 130 cases

Cherwell – 30.6 with 46 cases, down from 35.2 with 53 cases

Enfield – 30.6 with 102 cases, down from 31.5 with 105 cases

Dover – 30.5 with 36 cases, down from 35.6 with 42 cases

West Berkshire – 30.3 with 48 cases, up from 25.9 with 41 cases

Wirral – 30.2 with 98 cases, down from 47.5 with 154 cases

Westminster – 30.2 with 79 cases, down from 33.7 with 88 cases

Bracknell Forest – 30.2 with 37 cases, down from 38.4 with 47 cases

Test Valley – 30.1 with 38 cases, down from 34.9 with 44 cases

South Bucks – 30.0 with 21 cases, down from 45.7 with 32 cases

Lambeth – 29.8 with 97 cases, down from 35.0 with 114 cases

Shropshire – 29.7 with 96 cases, down from 42.1 with 136 cases

Chelmsford – 29.1 with 52 cases, down from 31.4 with 56 cases

East Devon – 28.7 with 42 cases, down from 72.5 with 106 cases

South Northamptonshire – 28.6 with 27 cases, up from 26.5 with 25 cases

Brentwood – 28.6 with 22 cases, down from 57.1 with 44 cases

Rushmoor – 28.5 with 27 cases, down from 31.7 with 30 cases

Fareham – 28.4 with 33 cases, down from 46.5 with 54 cases

Basildon – 28.3 with 53 cases, down from 56.1 with 105 cases

Eden – 28.2 with 15 cases, up from 7.5 with 4 cases

Broxbourne – 27.8 with 27 cases, down from 30.8 with 30 cases

Allerdale – 27.6 with 27 cases, down from 48.1 with 47 cases

Tandridge – 27.2 with 24 cases, down from 30.6 with 27 cases

Chiltern – 27.1 with 26 cases, up from 18.8 with 18 cases

Watford – 26.9 with 26 cases, down from 52.8 with 51 cases

Maidstone – 26.8 with 46 cases, up from 23.9 with 41 cases

Stroud – 26.7 with 32 cases, down from 41.7 with 50 cases

Wiltshire – 26.6 with 133 cases, down from 36.0 with 180 cases

Kensington and Chelsea – 26.3 with 41 cases, up from 22.4 with 35 cases

Cheltenham – 25.8 with 30 cases, up from 24.1 with 28 cases

Tonbridge and Malling – 25.7 with 34 cases, up from 15.1 with 20 cases

Haringey – 24.9 with 67 cases, down from 26.4 with 71 cases

Braintree – 24.9 with 38 cases, down from 51.1 with 78 cases

Reigate and Banstead – 24.9 with 37 cases, up from 22.2 with 33 cases

North Somerset – 24.6 with 53 cases, down from 34.4 with 74 cases

Havant – 24.6 with 31 cases, down from 38.8 with 49 cases

South Cambridgeshire – 24.5 with 39 cases, stayed the same

East Suffolk – 24.5 with 61 cases, up from 23.7 with 59 cases

Oxford – 24.3 with 37 cases, down from 25.6 with 39 cases

Torbay – 24.2 with 33 cases, down from 37.4 with 51 cases

New Forest – 23.9 with 43 cases, down from 26.1 with 47 cases

Southwark – 23.8 with 76 cases, down from 30.7 with 98 cases

Bromley – 23.8 with 79 cases, down from 25.6 with 85 cases

Epsom and Ewell – 23.6 with 19 cases, down from 31.0 with 25 cases

Surrey Heath – 23.5 with 21 cases, down from 24.6 with 22 cases

Barnet – 23.5 with 93 cases, down from 39.7 with 157 cases

Elmbridge – 23.4 with 32 cases, down from 36.6 with 50 cases

Guildford – 22.8 with 34 cases, down from 35.6 with 53 cases

Bournemouth Christchurch and Poole – 22.3 with 88 cases, down from 32.4 with 128 cases

Croydon – 22.2 with 86 cases, down from 38.0 with 147 cases

St Albans – 22.2 with 33 cases, up from 21.6 with 32 cases

East Hertfordshire – 22.0 with 33 cases, down from 35.4 with 53 cases

Camden – 21.8 with 59 cases, down from 32.6 with 88 cases

Adur – 21.8 with 14 cases, up from 14.0 with 9 cases

Bath and North East Somerset – 21.7 with 42 cases, down from 26.4 with 51 cases

Malvern Hills – 21.6 with 17 cases, down from 72.4 with 57 cases

Mendip – 19.9 with 23 cases, down from 47.6 with 55 cases

Forest of Dean – 19.6 with 17 cases, down from 33.4 with 29 cases

Hart – 19.6 with 19 cases, down from 23.7 with 23 cases

Folkestone and Hythe – 19.5 with 22 cases, down from 33.6 with 38 cases

Waverley – 19.0 with 24 cases, down from 24.5 with 31 cases

Tewkesbury – 18.9 with 18 cases, down from 30.5 with 29 cases

Hackney and City of London – 18.6 with 54 cases, down from 28.9 with 84 cases

Babergh – 18.5 with 17 cases, up from 17.4 with 16 cases

Mid Devon – 18.2 with 15 cases, down from 24.3 with 20 cases

South Lakeland – 18.1 with 19 cases, down from 19.0 with 20 cases

Gravesham – 17.8 with 19, down from 49.6 with 53 cases

Carlisle – 17.5 with 19 cases, down from 22.1 with 24 cases

Mid Sussex – 17.2 with 26 cases, down from 21.9 with 33 cases

East Hampshire – 17.2 with 21 cases, stayed the same

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly – 17.0 with 97 cases, up from 11.9 with 68 cases

Mole Valley – 16.0 with 14 cases, down from 27.5 with 24 cases

Sevenoaks – 15.7 with 19 cases, down from 24.0 with 29 cases

Somerset West and Taunton – 14.8 with 23 cases, up from 13.5 with 21 cases

Horsham – 14.6 with 21 cases, down from 15.3 with 22 cases

Exeter – 14.5 with 19 cases, down from 22.8 with 30 cases

North Norfolk – 14.3 with 15 cases, up from 10.5 with 11 cases

Wealden – 14.2 with 23 cases, up from 13.6 with 22 cases

Great Yarmouth – 14.1 with 14 cases, down from 21.1 with 21 cases

Hastings – 14.0 with 13 cases, down from 31.3 with 29 cases

Gloucester – 13.9 with 18 cases, down from 26.3 with 34 cases

South Norfolk – 13.5 with 19 cases, down from 24.1 with 34 cases

Torridge – 13.2 with 9 cases, up from 8.8 with 6 cases

Maldon – 12.3 with 8 cases, down from 18.5 with 12 cases

Copeland – 11.7 with 8 cases, down from 45.5 with 31 cases

Rother – 10.4 with 10 cases, up from 9.4 with 9 cases

Isle of Wight – 9.9 with 14 cases, stayed the same

Teignbridge – 9.7 with 13 cases, down from 20.1 with 27 cases

West Devon – 9.0 with 5 cases, up from 7.2 with 4 cases

North Devon – 8.2 with 8 cases, down from 9.3 with 9 cases

Cotswold – 7.8 with 7 cases, down from 17.8 with 16 cases

South Hams – 6.9 with 6 cases, up from 5.7 with 5 cases

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