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How many coronavirus cases are there in your part of Norfolk?

PUBLISHED: 18:14 14 September 2020 | UPDATED: 08:13 16 September 2020

Parts of Norfolk have some of the lowest rates of new coronavirus cases in the country  Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto/Samara Heisz

Parts of Norfolk have some of the lowest rates of new coronavirus cases in the country Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto/Samara Heisz

Getty Images/iStockphoto/Samara Heisz

Parts of Norfolk have some of the lowest levels of Covid-19 in England as the rule of six comes into force.

Shoppers wearing masks in Norwich city centre. Picture: DENISE BRADLEYShoppers wearing masks in Norwich city centre. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Latest figures show the benchmark rate of new cases per 100,000 people in North Norfolk is the second-lowest in the country.

Just one new case was recorded during the seven days to September 10, a fall from five the previous week.

MORE - Why coronavirus rates in North Norfolk are among the lowest in Britain

Tendring, in Essex, also reported a single new case, while its rate of new cases per 100,000 people was marginally lower at 0.7 compared to one per 100,000 in North Norfolk.

In East Cambridgeshire, there were 2.2 new cases per 100,000 people, while the rate was 5.3 in West Norfolk, 6.1 in Broadland, 6.9 in Fenland, 8.4 in East Suffolk, 8.5 in South Norfolk, 9.2 in Norwich, 10 in Breckland and 13.1 in Great Yarmouth.

At the other end of the scale, the highest rates of new cases were in Bolton, which saw 192 new cases per 100,000 people.

Norfolk is now below the alert level for the virus, while the peak of the outbreak centred on Banham Poultry has passed.

MORE - Cases down in Norfolk as peak of Banham Poultry outbreak passes

A mobile testing unit near the factory in Attleborough recorded three positive tests last week, compared to 92 in the previous seven days.

MORE - Banham Poultry outbreak has not spread to wider community

It comes as new restrictions limiting gatherings to a maximum of six people come into force.

People face fines of up to £3,200 if they do not abide by the law, which applies both indoors and out.

More than 3,000 Covid-19 cases were recorded in the UK for the third day in a row on Sunday - the first time since May that cases were above 3,000 on three consecutive days.

Aside from limited exemptions including work and education, police will be able to disperse gatherings of more than six people and issue fines ranging from £100 to £3,200.

A poll by the British Medical Association (BMA) found 86pc of doctors and medical students feared that a second peak was likely or very likely in the next six months.

Dr Chaand Nagpaul, BMA council chairman, said: “With daily cases still alarmingly high, and winter just around the corner, we are at a critical crossroads in the fight against this deadly virus.

“All efforts must be made to avoid a repeat of the horror and tragedy we all experienced earlier this year.”

Here are the figures for each local authority. From left to right, it reads: Name of local authority; rate of new cases in the seven days to September 10; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to September 10; rate of new cases in the seven days to September 3; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to September 3.

Bolton 192.0 (552), 126.2 (363)

Blackburn with Darwen 118.2 (177), 61.5 (92)

Hyndburn 114.8 (93), 43.2 (35)

Oadby and Wigston 114.0 (65), 24.6 (14)

Preston 102.0 (146), 61.5 (88)

Warrington 98.1 (206), 29.0 (61)

Tameside 94.5 (214), 56.5 (128)

Sunderland 94.3 (262), 34.2 (95)

Oldham 91.5 (217), 66.6 (158)

Bradford 90.0 (486), 73.2 (395)

Birmingham 88.8 (1014), 53.0 (605)

Burnley 86.6 (77), 59.6 (53)

Knowsley 86.2 (130), 30.5 (46)

Liverpool 85.1 (424), 32.9 (164)

Wirral 81.2 (263), 46.9 (152)

Salford 80.7 (209), 65.3 (169)

St. Helens 79.7 (144), 25.5 (46)

Bury 78.5 (150), 47.6 (91)

Leicester 78.2 (277), 44.0 (156)

Manchester 77.4 (428), 54.3 (300)

Rochdale 75.5 (168), 57.6 (128)

South Tyneside 75.5 (114), 51.7 (78)

Gateshead 74.2 (150), 43.1 (87)

Leeds 69.8 (554), 48.4 (384)

Sandwell 69.1 (227), 23.1 (76)

Solihull 65.6 (142), 36.0 (78)

Newcastle upon Tyne 63.4 (192), 29.1 (88)

Wolverhampton 59.2 (156), 22.4 (59)

Pendle 58.6 (54), 59.7 (55)

Selby 58.5 (53), 19.9 (18)

Rossendale 57.4 (41), 79.7 (57)

Blaby 55.2 (56), 35.5 (36)

Kirklees 54.8 (241), 38.9 (171)

Halton 52.5 (68), 21.6 (28)

Calderdale 52.5 (111), 35.0 (74)

South Ribble 50.5 (56), 18.1 (20)

Hartlepool 50.2 (47), 43.8 (41)

Corby 49.8 (36), 34.6 (25)

Sheffield 49.1 (287), 29.8 (174)

Spelthorne 48.1 (48), 24.0 (24)

North Tyneside 46.2 (96), 21.2 (44)

Sefton 44.5 (123), 32.2 (89)

County Durham 43.8 (232), 18.5 (98)

Middlesbrough 43.3 (61), 43.3 (61)

West Lancashire 42.9 (49), 20.1 (23)

Wigan 42.3 (139), 24.3 (80)

Stockport 40.9 (120), 20.8 (61)

Trafford 40.9 (97), 31.6 (75)

Scarborough 38.6 (42), 23.0 (25)

Northampton 37.8 (85), 28.0 (63)

Broxtowe 37.7 (43), 35.1 (40)

Rugby 37.6 (41), 11.9 (13)

Barrow-in-Furness 37.3 (25), 14.9 (10)

Ashfield 36.7 (47), 18.0 (23)

Rotherham 36.5 (97), 20.7 (55)

Kettering 36.4 (37), 23.6 (24)

Redbridge 35.4 (108), 26.5 (81)

Mansfield 34.8 (38), 18.3 (20)

Chorley 33.8 (40), 16.1 (19)

Hertsmere 33.4 (35), 57.2 (60)

Walsall 33.3 (95), 17.5 (50)

Stockton-on-Tees 32.9 (65), 20.8 (41)

Hounslow 32.8 (89), 23.2 (63)

Newham 32.6 (115), 21.5 (76)

Windsor and Maidenhead 32.4 (49), 18.5 (28)

Enfield 32.4 (108), 13.2 (44)

Harrogate 32.3 (52), 24.9 (40)

Wyre 32.1 (36), 17.0 (19)

Bromsgrove 32.0 (32), 20.0 (20)

Havering 32.0 (83), 22.7 (59)

Welwyn Hatfield 30.9 (38), 17.9 (22)

Charnwood 30.7 (57), 10.8 (20)

Amber Valley 30.4 (39), 5.5 (7)

Dudley 30.2 (97), 19.3 (62)

Coventry 30.1 (112), 22.6 (84)

Cannock Chase 29.8 (30), 7.9 (8)

Craven 29.8 (17), 15.8 (9)

Barking and Dagenham 29.6 (63), 25.4 (54)

Kensington and Chelsea 29.5 (46), 30.1 (47)

Peterborough 28.7 (58), 29.7 (60)

South Staffordshire 28.5 (32), 14.2 (16)

Tower Hamlets 28.3 (92), 24.3 (79)

Wakefield 28.1 (98), 15.8 (55)

Harrow 27.9 (70), 25.5 (64)

Wychavon 27.8 (36), 10.8 (14)

Ealing 27.8 (95), 15.8 (54)

St Albans 27.6 (41), 17.5 (26)

Stevenage 27.3 (24), 14.8 (13)

East Staffordshire 26.7 (32), 32.6 (39)

Nottingham 26.4 (88), 23.7 (79)

Redcar and Cleveland 26.2 (36), 22.6 (31)

Oxford 26.2 (40), 13.8 (21)

Tamworth 26.1 (20), 18.3 (14)

Lambeth 26.1 (85), 20.6 (67)

Haringey 26.1 (70), 18.6 (50)

Fylde 26.0 (21), 13.6 (11)

High Peak 25.9 (24), 22.7 (21)

Wandsworth 25.8 (85), 21.2 (70)

North East Derbyshire 25.6 (26), 15.8 (16)

Harborough 25.6 (24), 24.5 (23)

Malvern Hills 25.4 (20), 19.1 (15)

Hammersmith and Fulham 25.4 (47), 28.1 (52)

Cheshire West and Chester 25.4 (87), 15.7 (54)

Darlington 25.3 (27), 12.2 (13)

Hillingdon 25.1 (77), 15.3 (47)

Runnymede 24.6 (22), 6.7 (6)

Luton 24.4 (52), 23.5 (50)

Hackney and City of London 24.1 (70), 17.5 (51)

Chesterfield 23.8 (25), 11.4 (12)

Bracknell Forest 23.7 (29), 13.9 (17)

Barnsley 23.5 (58), 25.9 (64)

York 23.3 (49), 15.2 (32)

Castle Point 23.2 (21), 23.2 (21)

Eastbourne 23.1 (24), 6.7 (7)

North Kesteven 23.1 (27), 18.0 (21)

Bedford 23.1 (40), 19.6 (34)

Brent 22.7 (75), 18.8 (62)

Barnet 22.7 (90), 21.7 (86)

Stoke-on-Trent 22.6 (58), 26.1 (67)

Worthing 22.6 (25), 21.7 (24)

Wellingborough 22.6 (18), 15.1 (12)

Hinckley and Bosworth 22.1 (25), 13.3 (15)

Northumberland 21.7 (70), 18.9 (61)

Erewash 21.7 (25), 11.3 (13)

Southwark 21.6 (69), 16.9 (54)

Melton 21.5 (11), 19.5 (10)

North Somerset 21.4 (46), 19.5 (42)

Swale 21.3 (32), 6.7 (10)

Bolsover 21.1 (17), 18.6 (15)

Lichfield 21.0 (22), 11.5 (12)

North Lincolnshire 20.9 (36), 8.7 (15)

Richmond upon Thames 20.7 (41), 14.1 (28)

Lancaster 20.5 (30), 11.0 (16)

Reading 20.4 (33), 9.9 (16)

Stafford 20.4 (28), 12.4 (17)

Gedling 20.4 (24), 11.0 (13)

Cheshire East 20.3 (78), 21.3 (82)

Horsham 20.2 (29), 5.6 (8)

Lincoln 20.1 (20), 37.3 (37)

Rushcliffe 20.1 (24), 23.5 (28)

Newcastle-under-Lyme 20.1 (26), 22.4 (29)

Blackpool 20.1 (28), 12.2 (17)

South Bucks 20.0 (14), 15.7 (11)

West Lindsey 19.9 (19), 12.5 (12)

Islington 19.8 (48), 15.7 (38)

South Derbyshire 19.6 (21), 19.6 (21)

Elmbridge 19.0 (26), 20.5 (28)

Brighton and Hove 18.9 (55), 11.0 (32)

Woking 18.9 (19), 12.9 (13)

Westminster 18.8 (49), 18.4 (48)

Slough 18.7 (28), 19.4 (29)

Adur 18.7 (12), 12.4 (8)

Watford 18.6 (18), 17.6 (17)

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 18.5 (73), 12.9 (51)

Brentwood 18.2 (14), 9.1 (7)

Herefordshire 18.2 (35), 6.2 (12)

South Lakeland 18.1 (19), 6.7 (7)

New Forest 17.8 (32), 14.4 (26)

Reigate and Banstead 17.5 (26), 16.8 (25)

Hambleton 17.5 (16), 17.5 (16)

Camden 17.4 (47), 14.1 (38)

Epsom and Ewell 17.4 (14), 18.6 (15)

Waltham Forest 17.3 (48), 15.5 (43)

East Northamptonshire 16.9 (16), 21.2 (20)

South Kesteven 16.9 (24), 12.6 (18)

Test Valley 16.6 (21), 24.6 (31)

Broxbourne 16.4 (16), 13.4 (13)

Ribble Valley 16.4 (10), 19.7 (12)

Doncaster 16.4 (51), 8.7 (27)

West Suffolk 16.2 (29), 11.7 (21)

Bristol 16.2 (75), 16.6 (77)

Derby 15.9 (41), 13.6 (35)

Tandridge 15.9 (14), 13.6 (12)

South Northamptonshire 15.9 (15), 5.3 (5)

Plymouth 15.6 (41), 18.7 (49)

North Warwickshire 15.3 (10), 12.3 (8)

Tunbridge Wells 15.2 (18), 12.6 (15)

Daventry 15.1 (13), 17.5 (15)

Waverley 15.0 (19), 19.8 (25)

Three Rivers 15.0 (14), 16.1 (15)

Croydon 15.0 (58), 17.3 (67)

North Hertfordshire 15.0 (20), 9.0 (12)

Wyre Forest 14.8 (15), 8.9 (9)

Rushmoor 14.8 (14), 10.6 (10)

Stratford-on-Avon 14.6 (19), 10.0 (13)

Guildford 14.1 (21), 11.4 (17)

East Riding of Yorkshire 14.1 (48), 8.8 (30)

Mid Sussex 13.9 (21), 13.2 (20)

Nuneaton and Bedworth 13.9 (18), 10.0 (13)

Worcester 13.8 (14), 10.9 (11)

Lewisham 13.7 (42), 16.3 (50)

South Holland 13.7 (13), 1.1 (1)

Bassetlaw 13.6 (16), 9.4 (11)

Portsmouth 13.5 (29), 7.4 (16)

Telford and Wrekin 13.3 (24), 11.1 (20)

Cherwell 13.3 (20), 6.0 (9)

Wycombe 13.2 (23), 20.0 (35)

Southend-on-Sea 13.1 (24), 12.0 (22)

Great Yarmouth 13.1 (13), 23.2 (23)

Newark and Sherwood 13.1 (16), 15.5 (19)

Richmondshire 13.0 (7), 5.6 (3)

Kingston upon Thames 13.0 (23), 16.3 (29)

Hastings 13.0 (12), 13.0 (12)

Bromley 12.9 (43), 13.8 (46)

Bexley 12.9 (32), 14.1 (35)

Cambridge 12.8 (16), 12.8 (16)

Basildon 12.8 (24), 14.4 (27)

Merton 12.6 (26), 14.0 (29)

Rutland 12.5 (5), 12.5 (5)

Chiltern 12.5 (12), 26.1 (25)

Rother 12.5 (12), 5.2 (5)

Dartford 12.4 (14), 3.6 (4)

Bath and North East Somerset 12.4 (24), 10.9 (21)

Wealden 12.4 (20), 9.3 (15)

South Gloucestershire 12.3 (35), 11.2 (32)

Fareham 12.0 (14), 6.9 (8)

South Oxfordshire 12.0 (17), 7.0 (10)

Hull 11.9 (31), 7.3 (19)

Warwick 11.8 (17), 11.1 (16)

Chelmsford 11.8 (21), 6.7 (12)

Redditch 11.7 (10), 16.4 (14)

Gloucester 11.6 (15), 8.5 (11)

North West Leicestershire 11.6 (12), 8.7 (9)

Crawley 11.6 (13), 5.3 (6)

Milton Keynes 11.5 (31), 12.2 (33)

Rochford 11.4 (10), 2.3 (2)

Allerdale 11.3 (11), 12.3 (12)

Mendip 11.2 (13), 8.7 (10)

Arun 11.2 (18), 10.0 (16)

Greenwich 11.1 (32), 16.3 (47)

Wokingham 11.1 (19), 10.5 (18)

West Oxfordshire 10.8 (12), 17.2 (19)

Ryedale 10.8 (6), 9.0 (5)

Exeter 10.7 (14), 7.6 (10)

Epping Forest 10.6 (14), 18.2 (24)

Tonbridge and Malling 10.6 (14), 3.8 (5)

East Lindsey 10.6 (15), 5.6 (8)

Shropshire 10.5 (34), 12.1 (39)

Harlow 10.3 (9), 4.6 (4)

Cheltenham 10.3 (12), 12.9 (15)

Mole Valley 10.3 (9), 13.8 (12)

Staffordshire Moorlands 10.2 (10), 15.2 (15)

Dover 10.2 (12), 8.5 (10)

Carlisle 10.1 (11), 11.0 (12)

Huntingdonshire 10.1 (18), 4.5 (8)

South Cambridgeshire 10.1 (16), 10.7 (17)

Breckland 10.0 (14), 17.9 (25)

Wiltshire 10.0 (50), 13.4 (67)

Dorset 9.8 (37), 4.2 (16)

Thurrock 9.8 (17), 9.2 (16)

Derbyshire Dales 9.7 (7), 12.4 (9)

Aylesbury Vale 9.5 (19), 4.5 (9)

East Hertfordshire 9.3 (14), 10.0 (15)

North Devon 9.3 (9), 6.2 (6)

Norwich 9.2 (13), 20.6 (29)

Sevenoaks 9.1 (11), 14.9 (18)

Chichester 9.1 (11), 9.9 (12)

Somerset West and Taunton 9.0 (14), 5.8 (9)

Uttlesford 8.8 (8), 19.7 (18)

Lewes 8.7 (9), 7.7 (8)

Swindon 8.6 (19), 17.6 (39)

Boston 8.6 (6), 2.9 (2)

South Norfolk 8.5 (12), 12.1 (17)

East Suffolk 8.4 (21), 3.6 (9)

Dacorum 8.4 (13), 18.1 (28)

Central Bedfordshire 8.3 (24), 10.7 (31)

Maidstone 8.1 (14), 4.7 (8)

Sedgemoor 8.1 (10), 4.9 (6)

Forest of Dean 8.1 (7), 6.9 (6)

Southampton 7.9 (20), 5.1 (13)

Sutton 7.8 (16), 13.6 (28)

Eden 7.5 (4), 9.4 (5)

Stroud 7.5 (9), 7.5 (9)

Tewkesbury 7.4 (7), 8.4 (8)

Vale of White Horse 7.4 (10), 12.5 (17)

Havant 7.1 (9), 2.4 (3)

North East Lincolnshire 6.9 (11), 6.3 (10)

Fenland 6.9 (7), 2.9 (3)

Surrey Heath 6.7 (6), 17.9 (16)

Canterbury 6.7 (11), 6.7 (11)

East Hampshire 6.5 (8), 11.4 (14)

Winchester 6.4 (8), 6.4 (8)

Broadland 6.1 (8), 7.6 (10)

Eastleigh 6.0 (8), 3.0 (4)

Teignbridge 6.0 (8), 4.5 (6)

Torbay 5.9 (8), 5.9 (8)

Copeland 5.9 (4), 5.9 (4)

Torridge 5.9 (4), 5.9 (4)

Ipswich 5.8 (8), 6.6 (9)

South Hams 5.7 (5), 9.2 (8)

Gravesham 5.6 (6), 19.6 (21)

Cotswold 5.6 (5), 6.7 (6)

Folkestone and Hythe 5.3 (6), 8.0 (9)

King’s Lynn and West Norfolk 5.3 (8), 7.3 (11)

Colchester 5.1 (10), 7.2 (14)

West Berkshire 5.0 (8), 10.7 (17)

East Devon 4.8 (7), 11.6 (17)

Gosport 4.7 (4), 5.9 (5)

Medway 4.7 (13), 7.5 (21)

Maldon 4.6 (3), 6.2 (4)

Basingstoke and Deane 4.5 (8), 7.9 (14)

Hart 4.1 (4), 9.3 (9)

Braintree 3.9 (6), 5.9 (9)

Mid Suffolk 3.9 (4), 13.5 (14)

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 3.8 (22), 4.9 (28)

West Devon 3.6 (2), 0.0 (0)

Thanet 3.5 (5), 4.2 (6)

Babergh 3.3 (3), 8.7 (8)

South Somerset 3.0 (5), 8.9 (15)

Isle of Wight 2.8 (4), 4.9 (7)

Mid Devon 2.4 (2), 9.7 (8)

East Cambridgeshire 2.2 (2), 2.2 (2)

Ashford 1.5 (2), 5.4 (7)

North Norfolk 1.0 (1), 4.8 (5)

Tendring 0.7 (1), 3.4 (5)


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