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MetiNews.Com - It's possible to zero in on individual neighbourhoods to see how they compare when it comes to Covid infection rates
Breaking News ! For the most part, infection rates have been consistently falling in Cambridgeshire since the current lockdown began in January, but figures remain varied across individual areas. The Government’s coronavirus dashboard tracks every positive case of the virus across the country, highlighting the effectiveness and impact of the ongoing restrictions. It’s possible to zero in on individual neighbourhoods across the country to see how they’re faring in terms of infection rates and how they compare with one another. Government data allows cases to be broken down at a hyperlocal level, referred to as a 'Middle-layer Super Output Area' or MSOA, which is more specific than looking at a borough or district level. Cambridgeshire is made up of six districts, each containing several MSOAs. Find the latest coronavirus cases in your area: Below are the most and least affected MSOAs in each Cambridgeshire district. Data covers the seven days to February 17 and is given as the name of the district followed by its infection rate in brackets, which is expressed as the number of new cases per 100,000 population. Several of the least affected MSOAs have “suppressed” infection rates, meaning the exact figures are not disclosed because fewer than three cases have been reported in this period. This is to protect individuals’ identities.
.8) Least affected: West Chesterton (Infection rate “suppressed”) Central & West Cambridge: (Infection rate “suppressed”) East Cambridgeshire Most affected: Soham (178.9) Least affected: North Ely (Infection rate “suppressed”) Burwell (Infection rate “suppressed”)
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South Cambridgeshire Most affected: Cambourne (126.7) Least affected: Barrington, Orwell & Gamlingay (Infection rate “suppressed”) Meldreth, Melbourn & Great Chishill (Infection rate “suppressed”) Sawston (Infection rate “suppressed”) Milton, Fen Ditton & Quy (Infection rate “suppressed”) Cottenham (Infection rate “suppressed”) Willingham & Over (Infection rate “suppressed”) Fenland Most affected: Wisbech North (492.3) Least affected: Doddington, Wimblington & Manea (Infection rate “suppressed”) Huntingdonshire Most affected: Huntingdon Hartford (285.5) Least affected: St Neots Priory Park (46.2) Peterborough Most affected: Millfield & Bourges Boulevard (925.4) Least affected: Werrington (89.8)