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MetiNews.Com - One Bradford neighbourhood could be considered the epicentre of the pandemic in West Yorkshire
Breaking News ! The worst place in West Yorkshire for coronavirus has been revealed. A Bradford neighbourhood has the highest infection rate of any in West Yorkshire. Frizinghall and Heaton Grove, a suburb North of Bradford city centre which includes part of Bradford Grammar School, has an infection rate of 657.2 per 100,000 population. By comparison, the district of Bradford, taken as a whole, has an infection rate of less than half that, at just 299.2. The data has been taken from an interactive map, published by Public Health England, which breaks down the country's coronavirus statistics by area. Read More Related Articles Yorkshire hospitals recorded more Covid-19 deaths in past 24 hours than any day in last seven weeks Read More Related Articles UK facing 'biggest health emergency' since World War Two warns NHS boss Each area on the map is home to around 7,200 people, called a Middle layer Super Output Areas (MSOA). The latest infection rates are based on the first seven days of January up to January 7.
.2) and Pellon West and Highroad Well in Halifax (622.4).
West Yorkshire's Covid hotspots Frizinghall & Heaton Grove (Bradford) - 657.2 Osmondthorpe & Neville Hill (Leeds) - 637.2 Pellon West & Highroad Well (Halifax) - 622.4 Chapel Allerton South & Chapeltown (Leeds) - 567.8 Moortown (Leeds) - 566.3 Download the YorkshireLive app to customise the news that matters to you and get the latest updates first.
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