National COVID-19 Surveillance Data Report for England: 23 July 2020

Weekly rate of COVID-19 cases per 100,000 population tested under Pillar 1 and 2, by upper-tier local authority, England in alphabetical order. Source: Public Health England national COVID-19 surveillance reports. 

For reference local information over the past 4 weeks. Rate per 100,000 population:

Authority 2/7/20 9/7/20 16/7/20 23/7/20
Nottingham 8.5 4.8 1.8 4.5
Nottinghamshire 5.4 3.9 2.7 3.3
Derby 12.8 7.8 6.2 5.8
Derbyshire 6.4 4.0 2.3 2.8
Leicester 141.3 116.0 101.4 70.1
Leicestershire 17.8 14.8 10.9 11.5
Lincolnshire 3.0 3.2 2.8 3.2

Report 23 July 2020:

UTLA code UTLA name Rate per 100,000 population
E09000002 Barking and Dagenham 4.3
E09000003 Barnet 5.6
E08000016 Barnsley 13.9
E06000022 Bath and North East Somerset 1.6
E06000055 Bedford 13.4
E09000004 Bexley 4.9
E08000025 Birmingham 12.3
E06000008 Blackburn with Darwen 79.2
E06000009 Blackpool 2.9
E08000001 Bolton 14.7
E06000058 Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 2.0
E06000036 Bracknell Forest 2.5
E08000032 Bradford 39.7
E09000005 Brent 1.5
E06000043 Brighton and Hove 2.8
E06000023 Bristol, City of 1.7
E09000006 Bromley 1.5
E10000002 Buckinghamshire 3.0
E08000002 Bury 10.0
E08000033 Calderdale 20.9
E10000003 Cambridgeshire 4.6
E09000007 Camden 2.3
E06000056 Central Bedfordshire 6.0
E06000049 Cheshire East 5.0
E06000050 Cheshire West and Chester 5.6
E06000052 Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 0.5
E06000047 County Durham 2.1
E08000026 Coventry 6.3
E09000008 Croydon 1.0
E10000006 Cumbria 10.4
E06000005 Darlington 2.8
E06000015 Derby 5.8
E10000007 Derbyshire 2.8
E10000008 Devon 2.0
E08000017 Doncaster 5.2
E06000059 Dorset 1.1
E08000027 Dudley 1.3
E09000009 Ealing 2.6
E06000011 East Riding of Yorkshire 0.9
E10000011 East Sussex 6.5
E09000010 Enfield 4.8
E10000012 Essex 4.9
E08000037 Gateshead 2.5
E10000013 Gloucestershire 1.6
E09000011 Greenwich 1.8
E09000012/E09000001 Hackney and City of London 15.3
E06000006 Halton 2.3
E09000013 Hammersmith and Fulham 1.1
E10000014 Hampshire 1.4
E09000014 Haringey 5.2
E09000015 Harrow 2.4
E06000001 Hartlepool 4.3
E09000016 Havering 6.2
E06000019 Herefordshire, County of 23.9
E10000015 Hertfordshire 3.0
E09000017 Hillingdon 3.9
E09000018 Hounslow 3.7
E06000046 Isle of Wight
E09000019 Islington 2.9
E09000020 Kensington and Chelsea 1.9
E10000016 Kent 8.2
E06000010 Kingston upon Hull, City of 5.8
E09000021 Kingston upon Thames 2.9
E08000034 Kirklees 28.0
E08000011 Knowsley 3.3
E09000022 Lambeth 2.8
E10000017 Lancashire 9.3
E08000035 Leeds 6.1
E06000016 Leicester 70.1
E10000018 Leicestershire 11.5
E09000023 Lewisham 4.3
E10000019 Lincolnshire 3.2
E08000012 Liverpool 2.8
E06000032 Luton 27.6
E08000003 Manchester 13.0
E06000035 Medway 2.2
E09000024 Merton 2.9
E06000002 Middlesbrough 5.7
E06000042 Milton Keynes 0.7
E08000021 Newcastle upon Tyne 3.7
E09000025 Newham 6.0
E10000020 Norfolk 0.8
E06000012 North East Lincolnshire 3.1
E06000013 North Lincolnshire 2.9
E06000024 North Somerset 1.9
E08000022 North Tyneside 1.0
E10000023 North Yorkshire 1.6
E10000021 Northamptonshire 13.6
E06000057 Northumberland 1.6
E06000018 Nottingham 4.5
E10000024 Nottinghamshire 3.3
E08000004 Oldham 18.3
E10000025 Oxfordshire 3.5
E06000031 Peterborough 17.4
E06000026 Plymouth 1.5
E06000044 Portsmouth 1.9
E06000038 Reading 4.9
E09000026 Redbridge 6.3
E06000003 Redcar and Cleveland 2.9
E09000027 Richmond upon Thames 1.5
E08000005 Rochdale 47.3
E08000018 Rotherham 23.1
E06000017 Rutland 10.1
E08000006 Salford 10.6
E08000028 Sandwell 22.6
E08000014 Sefton 6.9
E08000019 Sheffield 11.2
E06000051 Shropshire 0.6
E06000039 Slough 4.7
E08000029 Solihull 8.8
E10000027 Somerset 1.4
E06000025 South Gloucestershire 2.1
E08000023 South Tyneside 0.7
E06000045 Southampton 1.2
E06000033 Southend-on-Sea 8.2
E09000028 Southwark 3.2
E08000013 St. Helens 1.7
E10000028 Staffordshire 5.4
E08000007 Stockport 7.9
E06000004 Stockton-on-Tees 1.5
E06000021 Stoke-on-Trent 4.7
E10000029 Suffolk 1.2
E08000024 Sunderland 2.5
E10000030 Surrey 1.9
E09000029 Sutton 2.4
E06000030 Swindon 7.2
E08000008 Tameside 4.9
E06000020 Telford and Wrekin 8.4
E06000034 Thurrock 3.5
E06000027 Torbay 1.5
E09000030 Tower Hamlets 4.4
E08000009 Trafford 10.2
E08000036 Wakefield 17.4
E08000030 Walsall 9.5
E09000031 Waltham Forest 5.8
E09000032 Wandsworth 5.2
E06000007 Warrington 4.3
E10000031 Warwickshire 4.2
E06000037 West Berkshire 3.2
E10000032 West Sussex 3.6
E09000033 Westminster 3.1
E08000010 Wigan 4.0
E06000054 Wiltshire 2.2
E06000040 Windsor and Maidenhead 4.0
E08000015 Wirral 2.2
E06000041 Wokingham 1.2
E08000031 Wolverhampton 5.0
E10000034 Worcestershire 1.9
E06000014 York 1.0
 – represents no cases reported

Highest to the Lowest:

Blackburn with Darwen
79.2
Leicester 70.1
Rochdale 47.3
Bradford 39.7
Kirklees 28.0
Luton 27.6
Herefordshire, County of 23.9
Rotherham 23.1
Sandwell 22.6
Calderdale 20.9
Oldham 18.3
Peterborough 17.4
Wakefield 17.4
Hackney and City of London 15.3
Bolton 14.7
Barnsley 13.9
Northamptonshire 13.6
Bedford 13.4
Manchester 13.0
Birmingham 12.3
Leicestershire 11.5
Sheffield 11.2
Salford 10.6
Cumbria 10.4
Trafford 10.2
Rutland 10.1
Bury 10.0
Walsall 9.5
Lancashire 9.3
Solihull 8.8
Telford and Wrekin 8.4
Kent 8.2
Southend-on-Sea 8.2
Stockport 7.9
Swindon 7.2
Sefton 6.9
East Sussex 6.5
Coventry 6.3
Redbridge 6.3
Havering 6.2
Leeds 6.1
Central Bedfordshire 6.0
Newham 6.0
Derby 5.8
Waltham Forest 5.8
Kingston upon Hull, City of 5.8
Middlesbrough 5.7
Barnet 5.6
Cheshire West and Chester 5.6
Staffordshire 5.4
Wandsworth 5.2
Haringey 5.2
Doncaster 5.2
Cheshire East 5.0
Wolverhampton 5.0
Essex 4.9
Reading 4.9
Tameside 4.9
Bexley 4.9
Enfield 4.8
Slough 4.7
Stoke-on-Trent 4.7
Cambridgeshire 4.6
Nottingham 4.5
Tower Hamlets 4.4
Hartlepool 4.3
Warrington 4.3
Lewisham 4.3
Barking and Dagenham 4.3
Warwickshire 4.2
Wigan 4.0
Windsor and Maidenhead 4.0
Hillingdon 3.9
Hounslow 3.7
Newcastle upon Tyne 3.7
West Sussex 3.6
Oxfordshire 3.5
Thurrock 3.5
Knowsley 3.3
Nottinghamshire 3.3
Lincolnshire 3.2
Southwark 3.2
West Berkshire 3.2
North East Lincolnshire 3.1
Westminster 3.1
Buckinghamshire 3.0
Hertfordshire 3.0
Islington 2.9
Redcar and Cleveland 2.9
Merton 2.9
North Lincolnshire 2.9
Blackpool 2.9
Kingston upon Thames 2.9
Liverpool 2.8
Darlington 2.8
Derbyshire 2.8
Lambeth 2.8
Brighton and Hove 2.8
Ealing 2.6
Sunderland 2.5
Bracknell Forest 2.5
Gateshead 2.5
Sutton 2.4
Harrow 2.4
Halton 2.3
Camden 2.3
Wiltshire 2.2
Wirral 2.2
Medway 2.2
South Gloucestershire 2.1
County Durham 2.1
Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 2.0
Devon 2.0
Surrey 1.9
Kensington and Chelsea 1.9
North Somerset 1.9
Portsmouth 1.9
Worcestershire 1.9
Greenwich 1.8
Bristol, City of 1.7
St. Helens 1.7
North Yorkshire 1.6
Gloucestershire 1.6
Bath and North East Somerset 1.6
Northumberland 1.6
Plymouth 1.5
Richmond upon Thames 1.5
Stockton-on-Tees 1.5
Brent 1.5
Bromley 1.5
Torbay 1.5
Somerset 1.4
Hampshire 1.4
Dudley 1.3
Southampton 1.2
Suffolk 1.2
Wokingham 1.2
Hammersmith and Fulham 1.1
Dorset 1.1
Croydon 1.0
North Tyneside 1.0
York 1.0
East Riding of Yorkshire 0.9
Norfolk 0.8
Milton Keynes 0.7
South Tyneside 0.7
Shropshire 0.6
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 0.5
Isle of Wight

5 Comments

  1. FOR STEVE CARR PLEASE
    Steve would you be able to get the granular Covid data for each ward that you represent and publish it here?
    Pillar 1 and 2 data is available for Broxtowe and overall deaths will no doubt be available for your patch since Covid struck.
    Regarding the death data is it possible to break it down by gender and age for the latest period?
    If it is available can you give monthly updates please?.
    This all links into folk of all ages being fully aware of what is happening in our local area.
    Thanks

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    1. Alan – the ONS publishes a map showing ward level information. The latest version shows that in the period March to May 2020 we lost 7 people in Bramcote.
      https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/healthandsocialcare/causesofdeath/articles/deathsinvolvingcovid19interactivemap/2020-06-12
      The next update, due next month, will include the data for July.

      I could not find the breakdown by age or gender you asked for – perhaps someone else can help. There is however much more information here, up to 24 July 2020:
      https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/deaths/bulletins/deathsregisteredweeklyinenglandandwalesprovisional/weekending24july2020#deaths-registered-by-place-of-occurrence

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  2. Many thanks Paul for the links. The map is particulary clear and I suppose the news that Bramcote has not had any deaths in May and June may indicate that residents are following Covid guidelines. Other areas around us seem to show a different picture.

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