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MetiNews.Com - Many of the most severe coronavirus hotspots are in the south of the city

Bristol news The 28 Bristol areas with the worst Covid rates MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Many of the most severe coronavirus hotspots are in the south of the city

Bristol news  The 28 Bristol areas with the worst Covid rates MetiNews.Com
24 January 2021 - 06:16

Breaking News ! South Bristol continues to be the worst-hit part of the city in the latest coronavirus wave, according to government data. There are 28 neighbourhoods in Bristol, which sit in the second most severe category for infection rates, covering areas with rates between 400 and 799 cases per 100,000 people. Many of those are in south Bristol, while the east and north-west areas of the city are also hotspots, according to the government's latest cluster map. There is only one area in the Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset region which falls in the most severe category, for areas with rates higher than 800. That area is Kingswood North East, which has a rate of 963.3, making it one of the worst-hit places in the country. Its figure is lower than it was earlier this week, though, when it reached 1,053.2. Get more of the biggest stories from across Bristol straight to your inbox. Here are the areas with rates higher than 400 in Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset: Bristol The Government's Covid cluster map on January 23 Southmead: 71 cases, rolling rate of 592.8 Henbury & Brentry: 63 cases, rolling rate of 549.1 Sea Mills: 32 cases, rolling rate of 541.5 Lawrence Weston: 38 cases, rolling rate of 458.1 Broomhill: 32 cases, rolling rate of 420.1 Crews Hole: 32 cases, rolling rate of 554.3 Redfield: 42 cases, rolling rate of 424.8 Barton Hill: 40 cases, rolling rate of 487.7 Lower Easton: 38 cases, rolling rate of 429.1 Eastville: 44 cases, rolling rate of 564.8 Speedwell: 43 cases, rolling rate of 529.1 Two Mile Hill: 38 cases, rolling rate of 583.5 Fishponds South: 29 cases, rolling rate of 455.0 Fishponds North: 65 cases, rolling rate of 670.1 Brislington: 29 cases, rolling rate of 441.0 Stockwood: 82 cases, rolling rate of 776.6 Whitchurch Park: 44 cases, rolling rate of 646.4 Hartcliffe: 47 cases, rolling rate of 658.

.2 Highridge: 36 cases, rolling rate of 594.6 Bishopsworth: 38 cases, rolling rate of 640.6 Ashton: 30 cases, rolling rate of 438.4 Bedminster: 51 cases, rolling rate of 512.6 Headley Park: 37 cases, rolling rate of 602.2 Knowle West: 48 cases, rolling rate of 636.9 Knowle: 63 cases, rolling rate of 748.4 Knowle Park: 33 cases, rolling rate of 402.7 Hengrove: 49 cases, rolling rate of 541.4 North Somerset Hutton, Locking & Banwell: 43 cases, rolling rate of 420.7 Weston Clarence: 41 cases, rolling rate of 663.6 Weston Hillside: 43 cases, rolling rate of 465.9 Weston Uphill: 27 cases, rolling rate of 454.3 Mid Worle: 45 cases, rolling rate of 514.3 North Worle: 50 cases, rolling rate of 535.4 Weston Winterstoke: 42 cases, rolling rate of 454.1 South Gloucestershire Kingswood North East: 75 cases, rolling rate of 963.3 Mangotsfield: 27 cases, rolling rate of 404.3 Patchway: 82 cases, rolling rate of 582.5 Longwell Green and Oldland Common: 42 cases, rolling rate of 419.3 Read More Related Articles Another 18 people die with Covid across Bristol area as cases rise by hundreds Read More Related Articles The number of South West people now vaccinated against Covid Understanding the map You can see the latest data on the online Covid-19 cluster map. The map uses data from Public Health England's "second generation surveillance system". It highlights areas of the nation which have three or more confirmed cases of the virus. The map is divided into sections - officially known as 'Middle Super Output Areas' - which each have 5,500 to 10,000 residents. Each section is coloured a different shade depending on the rate of positive tests. The darker the colour on the image, the more positive test results have been recorded.

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