How many coronavirus cases in my area? Map reveals how bad Covid infection rates are near you

CORONAVIRUS cases are now above 20 per 100,000 of the population in every local authority in England, data from Public Health England (PHE) has revealed.

Areas such as Knowsley, Nottingham and Liverpool top the list, and the map below shows how bad virus infections are in your area.

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Places further north such as West Lancashire and Blackpool also have over 400 cases per 100,000 of the population.

Earlier this week it was revealed that Greater Manchester would be pushed into a Tier 3 lockdown – as part of the government’s drive to curb infections in the area.

Places such as Liverpool are already in Tier 3 and this means that pubs are shut and households cannot mix in any settings.

The government lockdown is split into three Tiers and this reflects the level of infection across the country.

The infection map above has three categories, dark red, red and amber.

But previously it had included a green category – for areas where cases were under 20 per 100,000.

Earlier this week Folkestone and Hythe in Kent was the only place in England to have remained in the category as it had 18.6 cases per 100,000.

It has now moved into the amber section and has 25.7 per 100,000, according to data from PHE – which includes figures from the week up to October 17.

As infection rates across Kent have continued to rise – the area has remained low in case numbers.


Areas of the country that have the highest rates of infection are seen shaded in dark red – this includes areas of the North West.

These are places that have over 300 cases per 100,000 of the population.

Knowsley currently has the highest rate of infection in the country 666.8 cases per 100,000.

The red markings on the map indicate a high rate of infection and these are places that have 100-300 cases per 100,000.

Wakefield is at the top of the red list with 294 cases per 100,000.

The amber markings indicate places that have 20-100 cases per 100,000 and Swale is at the top of this list with 99.3 cases per 100,000.

HIGHEST RATE – dark red

The areas of the map shaded in dark red have over 300 cases per 100,000 of the population.

From left to right it reads the name of the local authority followed by cases in the seven days up to October 17, followed by the week before with the seven days to October 10.

Knowsley 666.8 (1006), 709.3 (1070)

Nottingham 639.5 (2129), 975.1 (3246)

Liverpool 596.3 (2970), 691.7 (3445)

Blackburn with Darwen 556.5 (833), 436.2 (653)

Rossendale 514.8 (368), 334.3 (239)

Burnley 502.7 (447), 571.3 (508)

Rochdale 486.5 (1082), 417.2 (928)

West Lancashire 466.3 (533), 455.8 (521)

Salford 461.7 (1195), 391.0 (1012)

Wigan 459.4 (1510), 401.0 (1318)

Oldham 447.5 (1061), 390.5 (926)

Sefton 438.8 (1213), 479.7 (1326)

Bolton 436.4 (1255), 323.1 (929)

Pendle 434.3 (400), 456.0 (420)

Blackpool 427.4 (596), 276.1 (385)

Manchester 426.0 (2355), 484.0 (2676)

Barnsley 423.3 (1045), 264.5 (653)

St. Helens 420.3 (759), 455.7 (823)

Bury 415.7 (794), 374.4 (715)

Ribble Valley 413.9 (252), 294.0 (179)

Sheffield 412.4 (2412), 471.6 (2758)

Preston 398.9 (571), 350.7 (502)

Bradford 384.0 (2073), 332.2 (1793)

Gedling 383.4 (452), 315.5 (372)

Leeds 382.5 (3034), 405.2 (3214)

Rotherham 376.0 (998), 275.8 (732)

Lancaster 374.6 (547), 315.0 (460)

Hyndburn 371.4 (301), 329.5 (267)

Tameside 369.5 (837), 316.6 (717)

Rushcliffe 365.0 (435), 319.7 (381)

Stockton-on-Tees 361.8 (714), 328.4 (648)

Warrington 348.1 (731), 341.9 (718)

Hartlepool 348.1 (326), 285.1 (267)

County Durham 344.8 (1828), 326.2 (1729)

South Ribble 333.1 (369), 280.7 (311)

Middlesbrough 330.5 (466), 289.4 (408)

Halton 327.6 (424), 398.0 (515)

Sunderland 323.4 (898), 291.3 (809)

Doncaster 322.2 (1005), 217.7 (679)

Trafford 321.9 (764), 354.3 (841)

Newcastle upon Tyne 317.0 (960), 505.3 (1530)

Broxtowe 310.4 (354), 313.1 (357)

Wyre 305.1 (342), 230.2 (258)

Stockport 302.0 (886), 289.7 (850)

Barrow-in-Furness 301.3 (202), 295.3 (198)

York 300.5 (633), 272.1 (573)

Areas that also remain in the amber category include Norfolk, where factory workers have just tested positive for the virus.

The company’s site in Great Witchingham, Norfolk, has seen 75 of its staff receive positive tests for the killer bug.

Last week, 72 employees at its facility near Halesworth, Suffolk, tested positive for Covid-19 – bringing the total number to 147.

Suffolk is also in the amber category.

Around 600 staff at the Norfolk site were tested – with some tests still being processed.  

When it comes to the area with the least infections, the Isle of Wight is at the bottom with 24.7 cases per 100,000 of the population.

But those who are living in highly infected areas in England face the toughest restrictions – which will be reviewed every month.

RED – high rate

The areas of the map shaded in red have 100 to 300 cases per 100,000 of the population

From left to right it reads the name of the local authority followed by cases in the seven days up to October 17, followed by the week before with the seven days to October 10.

Wakefield 294.0 (1024), 235.4 (820)

Kirklees 292.2 (1285), 244.9 (1077)

Calderdale 286.6 (606), 243.1 (514)

Fylde 284.7 (230), 221.6 (179)

Charnwood 283.6 (527), 217.9 (405)

Darlington 282.8 (302), 199.4 (213)

Wirral 271.3 (879), 313.9 (1017)

Redcar and Cleveland 270.5 (371), 218.0 (299)

Chorley 269.0 (318), 253.8 (300)

Oadby and Wigston 259.6 (148), 219.2 (125)

Gateshead 243.5 (492), 266.3 (538)

South Tyneside 233.8 (353), 253.7 (383)

North East Lincolnshire 228.1 (364), 158.6 (253)

Erewash 226.2 (261), 167.3 (193)

Ashfield 225.1 (288), 136.8 (175)

High Peak 224.5 (208), 178.1 (165)

Bristol 223.1 (1034), 146.5 (679)

Leicester 223.0 (790), 173.9 (616)

Birmingham 221.5 (2529), 188.7 (2155)

North East Derbyshire 211.9 (215), 164.6 (167)

Mansfield 207.7 (227), 97.0 (106)

Sandwell 205.5 (675), 140.7 (462)

North Tyneside 203.5 (423), 270.8 (563)

Walsall 202.5 (578), 162.5 (464)

Cannock Chase 201.5 (203), 93.3 (94)

Solihull 201.0 (435), 174.2 (377)

Exeter 194.8 (256), 398.8 (524)

South Staffordshire 191.2 (215), 131.6 (148)

Cheshire West and Chester 188.9 (648), 196.5 (674)

Bassetlaw 188.2 (221), 102.2 (120)

Stoke-on-Trent 185.7 (476), 113.5 (291)

Carlisle 184.0 (200), 91.1 (99)

Selby 182.1 (165), 139.0 (126)

Coventry 180.1 (669), 160.4 (596)

Wolverhampton 179.6 (473), 132.5 (349)

Bolsover 175.0 (141), 127.9 (103)

Northumberland 173.7 (560), 187.6 (605)

Newark and Sherwood 172.4 (211), 241.0 (295)

Cheshire East 171.8 (660), 167.6 (644)

Bromsgrove 169.2 (169), 127.2 (127)

East Riding of Yorkshire 167.1 (570), 135.7 (463)

Lincoln 166.2 (165), 106.7 (106)

Staffordshire Moorlands 165.6 (163), 108.7 (107)

Stafford 165.4 (227), 128.9 (177)

Eden 165.2 (88), 93.9 (50)

Derby 161.7 (416), 124.4 (320)

Harrogate 161.7 (260), 161.7 (260)

Newcastle-under-Lyme 161.5 (209), 145.2 (188)

North Lincolnshire 159.0 (274), 150.9 (260)

Warwick 157.9 (227), 103.7 (149)

South Derbyshire 156.6 (168), 96.0 (103)

Amber Valley 156.1 (200), 122.5 (157)

Blaby 154.6 (157), 148.7 (151)

Chesterfield 154.4 (162), 148.7 (156)

Ealing 151.0 (516), 148.0 (506)

Craven 150.5 (86), 155.8 (89)

Richmond upon Thames 149.0 (295), 142.9 (283)

Slough 147.8 (221), 97.0 (145)

Hammersmith and Fulham 146.9 (272), 118.3 (219)

Hackney and City of London 146.5 (426), 130.3 (379)

Dudley 146.1 (470), 94.5 (304)

Elmbridge 143.3 (196), 136.7 (187)

Telford and Wrekin 142.9 (257), 79.0 (142)

Luton 142.2 (303), 88.2 (188)

Tamworth 140.8 (108), 106.9 (82)

Portsmouth 135.9 (292), 96.8 (208)

Derbyshire Dales 134.1 (97), 114.8 (83)

Windsor and Maidenhead 134.1 (203), 114.3 (173)

Redbridge 133.7 (408), 124.8 (381)

Hambleton 133.2 (122), 136.5 (125)

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 131.8 (521), 139.4 (551)

Hull 131.3 (341), 105.1 (273)

Northampton 130.9 (294), 113.1 (254)

Lichfield 130.8 (137), 87.8 (92)

Three Rivers 130.7 (122), 122.2 (114)

Enfield 130.6 (436), 89.9 (300)

East Staffordshire 130.3 (156), 104.4 (125)

Kensington and Chelsea 129.4 (202), 94.2 (147)

Hounslow 128.9 (350), 114.2 (310)

Tower Hamlets 125.9 (409), 96.1 (312)

Oxford 125.3 (191), 154.1 (235)

Kingston upon Thames 125.1 (222), 101.4 (180)

Cambridge 125.0 (156), 90.5 (113)

Hillingdon 123.2 (378), 106.2 (326)

South Bucks 122.8 (86), 129.9 (91)

Hinckley and Bosworth 121.1 (137), 113.1 (128)

South Lakeland 120.9 (127), 140.8 (148)

Newham 120.1 (424), 105.9 (374)

Haringey 119.9 (322), 120.6 (324)

Havering 119.4 (310), 94.8 (246)

Camden 118.9 (321), 109.2 (295)

Redditch 118.5 (101), 88.0 (75)

North Warwickshire 118.0 (77), 93.5 (61)

Wellingborough 116.7 (93), 101.6 (81)

Harrow 116.3 (292), 121.8 (306)

Lambeth 115.6 (377), 96.0 (313)

Islington 115.5 (280), 90.7 (220)

Rushmoor 115.2 (109), 68.7 (65)

South Kesteven 112.3 (160), 127.1 (181)

Thurrock 111.8 (195), 71.1 (124)

Hertsmere 111.5 (117), 114.4 (120)

Harborough 109.8 (103), 116.2 (109)

Bath and North East Somerset 109.7 (212), 115.9 (224)

Melton 109.4 (56), 103.5 (53)

Stratford-on-Avon 109.1 (142), 103.0 (134)

Norwich 108.8 (153), 92.5 (130)

Basildon 108.4 (203), 79.1 (148)

Barnet 106.9 (423), 115.4 (457)

Watford 106.7 (103), 110.8 (107)

Rugby 106.5 (116), 106.5 (116)

Barking and Dagenham 105.7 (225), 97.7 (208)

Boston 105.5 (74), 65.6 (46)

Wandsworth 104.0 (343), 103.4 (341)

South Gloucestershire 103.8 (296), 86.6 (247)

Ryedale 102.9 (57), 99.3 (55)

Castle Point 102.9 (93), 69.7 (63)

Richmondshire 102.4 (55), 93.1 (50)

Waverley 102.1 (129), 97.4 (123)

Epping Forest 101.8 (134), 87.3 (115)

East Northamptonshire 101.6 (96), 83.6 (79)

Colchester 101.2 (197), 60.1 (117)

Nuneaton and Bedworth 100.9 (131), 81.6 (106)

South Northamptonshire 100.5 (95), 91.0 (86)

North West Leicestershire 100.4 (104), 128.4 (133)

Westminster 100.3 (262), 90.3 (236)

People living in Tier 3 areas are not allowed to mix either indoors or outdoors.

Pubs and bars will also close in those areas, but restaurants will continue serving food until 10pm following a major backlash from regional leaders.

Areas in Tier Two will have the same restrictions plus a ban on households mixing.

Tier One — medium risk — will see current social distancing measures, the “rule of six” and a pub curfew of 10pm enforced.

AMBER – medium rate

Areas on the map shaded in amber have cases between 20 and 100 per 100,000 of the population.

From left to right it reads the name of the local authority followed by cases in the seven days up to October 17, followed by the week before with the seven days to October 10.

Swale 99.3 (149), 64.0 (96)

Waltham Forest 98.9 (274), 96.0 (266)

Brentwood 98.7 (76), 68.8 (53)

Kettering 98.3 (100), 76.6 (78)

Tendring 98.3 (144), 92.8 (136)

Rutland 97.7 (39), 152.8 (61)

North Kesteven 94.9 (111), 78.7 (92)

Scarborough 94.7 (103), 96.5 (105)

Broxbourne 94.6 (92), 97.7 (95)

Brent 94.3 (311), 99.5 (328)

Welwyn Hatfield 94.3 (116), 65.0 (80)

East Hertfordshire 94.2 (141), 102.8 (154)

Plymouth 93.5 (245), 65.6 (172)

Torbay 93.2 (127), 82.9 (113)

East Lindsey 91.7 (130), 66.3 (94)

Great Yarmouth 90.6 (90), 67.4 (67)

Merton 88.6 (183), 78.4 (162)

Runnymede 88.3 (79), 78.3 (70)

Woking 88.3 (89), 80.4 (81)

Shropshire 87.6 (283), 83.9 (271)

Sutton 86.7 (179), 76.6 (158)

Worcester 85.9 (87), 82.0 (83)

Reading 85.9 (139), 79.7 (129)

Peterborough 85.0 (172), 81.1 (164)

Southwark 85.0 (271), 80.6 (257)

Mole Valley 84.8 (74), 98.6 (86)

Brighton and Hove 83.9 (244), 85.9 (250)

Cherwell 83.7 (126), 89.7 (135)

Bromley 83.7 (278), 73.7 (245)

Wychavon 81.9 (106), 68.8 (89)

Bracknell Forest 81.6 (100), 52.2 (64)

Chiltern 81.3 (78), 116.8 (112)

Bedford 80.8 (140), 89.4 (155)

Greenwich 80.2 (231), 74.7 (215)

Wyre Forest 80.0 (81), 110.6 (112)

Guildford 79.9 (119), 80.5 (120)

Epsom and Ewell 79.4 (64), 84.3 (68)

Surrey Heath 78.4 (70), 92.9 (83)

Copeland 77.7 (53), 83.6 (57)

West Lindsey 77.4 (74), 134.8 (129)

South Oxfordshire 76.0 (108), 64.1 (91)

Uttlesford 75.6 (69), 74.5 (68)

Lewisham 75.5 (231), 80.1 (245)

Croydon 75.5 (292), 75.3 (291)

Dacorum 75.0 (116), 89.8 (139)

West Oxfordshire 74.1 (82), 65.1 (72)

Vale of White Horse 73.5 (100), 60.3 (82)

Daventry 73.3 (63), 96.6 (83)

Reigate and Banstead 73.3 (109), 70.6 (105)

Spelthorne 73.1 (73), 68.1 (68)

Wokingham 73.0 (125), 61.4 (105)

Harlow 72.4 (63), 57.4 (50)

Eastleigh 71.9 (96), 50.9 (68)

Tandridge 71.5 (63), 49.9 (44)

Winchester 71.3 (89), 80.1 (100)

St Albans 70.7 (105), 86.2 (128)

Southampton 70.1 (177), 59.0 (149)

Chelmsford 70.1 (125), 66.7 (119)

Wycombe 69.9 (122), 84.2 (147)

Gloucester 69.7 (90), 78.2 (101)

Bexley 69.7 (173), 69.3 (172)

Test Valley 68.2 (86), 79.3 (100)

Dorset 67.4 (255), 56.0 (212)

New Forest 67.2 (121), 46.6 (84)

Southend-on-Sea 67.2 (123), 51.9 (95)

Rochford 66.4 (58), 58.4 (51)

Malvern Hills 66.1 (52), 83.9 (66)

Hart 65.9 (64), 54.6 (53)

East Devon 65.6 (96), 55.4 (81)

Aylesbury Vale 65.2 (130), 68.7 (137)

Allerdale 64.4 (63), 68.5 (67)

Corby 63.7 (46), 94.2 (68)

Cheltenham 63.6 (74), 69.6 (81)

Swindon 63.5 (141), 48.6 (108)

Cotswold 63.4 (57), 87.9 (79)

Wiltshire 62.6 (313), 53.8 (269)

South Holland 62.1 (59), 52.6 (50)

Milton Keynes 61.6 (166), 68.3 (184)

Babergh 59.8 (55), 61.9 (57)

Sevenoaks 59.6 (72), 75.4 (91)

North Somerset 59.5 (128), 59.5 (128)

North Hertfordshire 59.1 (79), 67.4 (90)

Wealden 58.8 (95), 68.1 (110)

Maldon 58.5 (38), 52.4 (34)

Central Bedfordshire 58.2 (168), 53.7 (155)

Teignbridge 58.1 (78), 61.9 (83)

West Suffolk 58.1 (104), 46.4 (83)

Breckland 57.9 (81), 44.3 (62)

Mid Suffolk 57.8 (60), 40.4 (42)

Braintree 57.7 (88), 46.5 (71)

Sedgemoor 57.6 (71), 24.4 (30)

Huntingdonshire 57.3 (102), 58.4 (104)

Basingstoke and Deane 57.2 (101), 53.2 (94)

Fareham 55.9 (65), 41.3 (48)

Horsham 55.6 (80), 63.3 (91)

North Devon 55.6 (54), 44.3 (43)

South Cambridgeshire 54.7 (87), 76.1 (121)

Stevenage 54.6 (48), 38.7 (34)

West Devon 53.8 (30), 44.8 (25)

Tunbridge Wells 53.1 (63), 72.4 (86)

South Hams 51.7 (45), 46.0 (40)

Crawley 51.6 (58), 49.8 (56)

Dartford 51.5 (58), 52.4 (59)

West Berkshire 51.1 (81), 51.8 (82)

Stroud 50.8 (61), 44.2 (53)

Dover 50.8 (60), 47.4 (56)

Tewkesbury 50.5 (48), 43.1 (41)

East Cambridgeshire 50.1 (45), 57.9 (52)

Mid Devon 49.8 (41), 48.6 (40)

South Norfolk 49.7 (70), 39.8 (56)

Ipswich 49.7 (68), 44.6 (61)

Forest of Dean 49.5 (43), 61.1 (53)

Herefordshire 49.3 (95), 36.8 (71)

Maidstone 48.9 (84), 50.1 (86)

Gravesham 48.6 (52), 55.2 (59)

Canterbury 48.4 (80), 50.8 (84)

Somerset West and Taunton 48.4 (75), 54.8 (85)

Mid Sussex 48.3 (73), 51.0 (77)

Worthing 47.9 (53), 30.7 (34)

Fenland 47.1 (48), 37.3 (38)

Lewes 46.5 (48), 40.7 (42)

Eastbourne 45.3 (47), 25.1 (26)

East Hampshire 45.0 (55), 68.7 (84)

Tonbridge and Malling 44.6 (59), 53.7 (71)

Arun 43.5 (70), 23.6 (38)

Chichester 42.9 (52), 49.5 (60)

Broadland 42.8 (56), 35.2 (46)

Mendip 42.4 (49), 40.7 (47)

Medway 42.4 (118), 42.0 (117)

Thanet 42.3 (60), 33.1 (47)

East Suffolk 41.3 (103), 40.5 (101)

Havant 38.0 (48), 34.9 (44)

Ashford 37.7 (49), 41.5 (54)

North Norfolk 37.2 (39), 35.3 (37)

Adur 35.8 (23), 34.2 (22)

King's Lynn and West Norfolk 35.7 (54), 50.2 (76)

Hastings 35.6 (33), 48.6 (45)

Rother 32.3 (31), 39.6 (38)

Torridge 27.8 (19), 29.3 (20)

South Somerset 26.1 (44), 33.3 (56)

Gosport 25.9 (22), 33.0 (28)

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 25.9 (148), 35.5 (203)

Folkestone and Hythe 25.7 (29), 17.7 (20)

Isle of Wight 24.7 (35), 18.3 (26)

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