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The 5 areas where Covid cases have jumped revealed – is yours on the hotspot list?


While infections have fallen in 90 per cent of areas – they have increased in 10 per cent of places.

Here are the 30 areas where cases have risen. The number on the LEFT represents cases recorded in the seven days to July 31. The number of the RIGHT is for cases recorded the week before, the seven days to July 24.

Lincoln, 749.3, (744), 337.4, (335)

Exeter, 559.3, (735), 366.8, (482)

Hull, 525.4, (1365), 515.1, (1338)

Bournemouth Christchurch and Poole, 512.7, (2027), 467.0, (1846)

Sheffield, 485.1, (2837), 434.0, (2538)

North Kesteven, 427.7, (500), 236.1, (276)

Norwich, 412.6, (580), 323.7, (455)

Brighton and Hove, 408.8, (1189), 376.4, (1095)

Leicester, 348.6, (1235), 343.3, (1216)

Cheltenham, 326.7, (380), 291.5, (339)

West Lindsey, 326.1, (312), 241.5, (231)

Cambridge, 326.1, (407), 304.5, (380)

Peterborough, 316.9, (641), 287.3, (581)

Rutland, 308.1, (123), 273.0, (109)

South Norfolk, 307.4, (433), 252.0, (355)

Dorset, 283.0, (1071), 256.5, (971)

Mid Devon, 279.4, (230), 243.0, (200)

Newham, 272.7, (963), 268.7, (949)

Broadland, 262.3, (343), 247.0, (323)

Somerset West and Taunton, 243.7, (378), 174.7, (271)

Tewkesbury, 243.1, (231), 224.2, (213)

South Kesteven, 238.0, (339), 226.1, (322)

East Suffolk, 231.7, (578), 194.0, (484)

Lewes, 228.5, (236), 217.9, (225)

Breckland, 227.2, (318), 161.5, (226)

Canterbury, 225.5, (373), 210.4, (348)

Horsham, 217.7, (313), 216.3, (311)

North Norfolk, 216.5, (227), 203.2, (213)

East Cambridgeshire, 203.7, (183), 198.1, (178)

Thanet, 202.2, (287), 162.8, (231)





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