National COVID-19 Surveillance Data Report for England: 27 August 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 9 weeks. Rate per 100,000 population:

Authority 2/7/20 9/7/20 16/7/20 23/7/20 30/7/20 6/8/20
Nottingham 8.5 4.8 1.8 4.5 2.4 7.6
Nottinghamshire 5.4 3.9 2.7 3.3 4.7 5.7
Derby 12.8 7.8 6.2 5.8 2.7 6.6
Derbyshire 6.4 4.0 2.3 2.8 4.9 4.8
Leicester 141.3 116.0 101.4 70.1 53.2 55.5
Leicestershire 17.8 14.8 10.9 11.5 8.6 11.9
Lincolnshire 3.0 3.2 2.8 3.2 2.3 3.7

 

Authority 13/8/20 20/8/20 27/8/20
Nottingham 4.5 9.7 11.5
Nottinghamshire 7.3 10.3 8.8
Derby 5.4 5.4 8.2
Derbyshire 4.9 4.5 3.8
Leicester 64.2 44.8 42.2
Leicestershire 6.9 11.0 10.5
Lincolnshire 5.4 4.6 3.3

Report 27 August 2020:

UTLA name Rate per 100,000 population
Barking and Dagenham 12.3
Barnet 13.0
Barnsley 7.8
Bath and North East Somerset 14.6
Bedford 10.5
Bexley 8.1
Birmingham 22.1
Blackburn with Darwen 50.4
Blackpool 6.5
Bolton 16.5
Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 3.8
Bracknell Forest 4.1
Bradford 38.5
Brent 7.6
Brighton and Hove 7.2
Bristol, City of 11.4
Bromley 10.0
Buckinghamshire 7.4
Bury 33.1
Calderdale 26.2
Cambridgeshire 4.0
Camden 9.9
Central Bedfordshire 6.7
Cheshire East 7.6
Cheshire West and Chester 7.9
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 1.9
County Durham 7.8
Coventry 9.8
Croydon 8.0
Cumbria 5.6
Darlington 1.9
Derby 8.2
Derbyshire 3.8
Devon 5.3
Doncaster 3.2
Dorset 3.5
Dudley 6.2
Ealing 17.3
East Riding of Yorkshire 5.9
East Sussex 2.9
Enfield 12.3
Essex 5.6
Gateshead 5.4
Gloucestershire 4.4
Greenwich 3.5
Hackney and City of London 23.9
Halton 3.1
Hammersmith and Fulham 16.7
Hampshire 5.4
Haringey 14.8
Harrow 11.6
Hartlepool 7.5
Havering 9.7
Herefordshire, County of 4.7
Hertfordshire 9.1
Hillingdon 13.1
Hounslow 10.0
Isle of Wight 1.4
Islington 9.2
Kensington and Chelsea 14.1
Kent 5.2
Kingston upon Hull, City of 2.7
Kingston upon Thames 8.0
Kirklees 22.6
Knowsley 4.7
Lambeth 10.7
Lancashire 13.9
Leeds 17.5
Leicester 42.2
Leicestershire 10.5
Lewisham 11.2
Lincolnshire 3.3
Liverpool 15.8
Luton 12.6
Manchester 41.6
Medway 3.2
Merton 8.2
Middlesbrough 13.5
Milton Keynes 9.3
Newcastle upon Tyne 14.3
Newham 6.5
Norfolk 3.3
North East Lincolnshire 3.1
North Lincolnshire 5.8
North Somerset 1.9
North Tyneside 4.4
North Yorkshire 5.4
Northamptonshire 20.2
Northumberland 10.3
Nottingham 11.5
Nottinghamshire 8.8
Oldham 52.6
Oxfordshire 13.2
Peterborough 15.9
Plymouth 6.5
Portsmouth 4.7
Reading 10.4
Redbridge 6.6
Redcar and Cleveland 5.9
Richmond upon Thames 8.1
Rochdale 36.4
Rotherham 4.9
Rutland 7.6
Salford 24.8
Sandwell 20.2
Sefton 9.8
Sheffield 10.3
Shropshire 6.2
Slough 12.7
Solihull 7.9
Somerset 4.3
South Gloucestershire 10.3
South Tyneside 11.3
Southampton 5.1
Southend-on-Sea 4.9
Southwark 15.4
St. Helens 8.3
Staffordshire 6.3
Stockport 11.7
Stockton-on-Tees 1.5
Stoke-on-Trent 20.7
Suffolk 2.9
Sunderland 5.8
Surrey 9.4
Sutton 12.2
Swindon 38.3
Tameside 28.9
Telford and Wrekin 10.1
Thurrock 4.1
Torbay 8.1
Tower Hamlets 9.1
Trafford 19.9
Wakefield 17.4
Walsall 12.0
Waltham Forest 9.0
Wandsworth 17.2
Warrington 2.4
Warwickshire 4.7
West Berkshire 5.7
West Sussex 6.4
Westminster 12.9
Wigan 12.6
Wiltshire 3.6
Windsor and Maidenhead 25.2
Wirral 5.9
Wokingham 6.6
Wolverhampton 12.2
Worcestershire 7.9
York 4.3

Highest to the Lowest:

UTLA name
Rate per 100,000 population
Oldham 52.6
Blackburn with Darwen 50.4
Leicester 42.2
Manchester 41.6
Bradford 38.5
Swindon 38.3
Rochdale 36.4
Bury 33.1
Tameside 28.9
Calderdale 26.2
Windsor and Maidenhead 25.2
Salford 24.8
Hackney and City of London 23.9
Kirklees 22.6
Birmingham 22.1
Stoke-on-Trent 20.7
Northamptonshire 20.2
Sandwell 20.2
Trafford 19.9
Leeds 17.5
Wakefield 17.4
Ealing 17.3
Wandsworth 17.2
Hammersmith and Fulham 16.7
Bolton 16.5
Peterborough 15.9
Liverpool 15.8
Southwark 15.4
Haringey 14.8
Bath and North East Somerset 14.6
Newcastle upon Tyne 14.3
Kensington and Chelsea 14.1
Lancashire 13.9
Middlesbrough 13.5
Oxfordshire 13.2
Hillingdon 13.1
Barnet 13.0
Westminster 12.9
Slough 12.7
Luton 12.6
Wigan 12.6
Enfield 12.3
Barking and Dagenham 12.3
Sutton 12.2
Wolverhampton 12.2
Walsall 12.0
Stockport 11.7
Harrow 11.6
Nottingham 11.5
Bristol, City of 11.4
South Tyneside 11.3
Lewisham 11.2
Lambeth 10.7
Bedford 10.5
Leicestershire 10.5
Reading 10.4
Northumberland 10.3
Sheffield 10.3
South Gloucestershire 10.3
Telford and Wrekin 10.1
Bromley 10.0
Hounslow 10.0
Camden 9.9
Coventry 9.8
Sefton 9.8
Havering 9.7
Surrey 9.4
Milton Keynes 9.3
Islington 9.2
Tower Hamlets 9.1
Hertfordshire 9.1
Waltham Forest 9.0
Nottinghamshire 8.8
St. Helens 8.3
Merton 8.2
Derby 8.2
Richmond upon Thames 8.1
Torbay 8.1
Bexley 8.1
Croydon 8.0
Kingston upon Thames 8.0
Worcestershire 7.9
Cheshire West and Chester 7.9
Solihull 7.9
County Durham 7.8
Barnsley 7.8
Cheshire East 7.6
Brent 7.6
Rutland 7.6
Hartlepool 7.5
Buckinghamshire 7.4
Brighton and Hove 7.2
Central Bedfordshire 6.7
Redbridge 6.6
Wokingham 6.6
Newham 6.5
Blackpool 6.5
Plymouth 6.5
West Sussex 6.4
Staffordshire 6.3
Dudley 6.2
Shropshire 6.2
East Riding of Yorkshire 5.9
Wirral 5.9
Redcar and Cleveland 5.9
North Lincolnshire 5.8
Sunderland 5.8
West Berkshire 5.7
Cumbria 5.6
Essex 5.6
Gateshead 5.4
Hampshire 5.4
North Yorkshire 5.4
Devon 5.3
Kent 5.2
Southampton 5.1
Southend-on-Sea 4.9
Rotherham 4.9
Warwickshire 4.7
Herefordshire, County of 4.7
Knowsley 4.7
Portsmouth 4.7
Gloucestershire 4.4
North Tyneside 4.4
Somerset 4.3
York 4.3
Bracknell Forest 4.1
Thurrock 4.1
Cambridgeshire 4.0
Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 3.8
Derbyshire 3.8
Wiltshire 3.6
Greenwich 3.5
Dorset 3.5
Norfolk 3.3
Lincolnshire 3.3
Medway 3.2
Doncaster 3.2
North East Lincolnshire 3.1
Halton 3.1
Suffolk 2.9
East Sussex 2.9
Kingston upon Hull, City of 2.7
Warrington 2.4
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 1.9
Darlington 1.9
North Somerset 1.9
Stockton-on-Tees 1.5
Isle of Wight 1.4

1 Comment

  1. The number of cases per 100,000 in each area depends on the number of tests performed, particularly if symptomless people are tested. Areas with high infections probably get tested more. It’s hard to find such data.

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