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  1. Yes, not very good at all for Broxtowe as all other areas in the county are reducing.
    In the previous Covid post my Notts CC the Director of Public Health states that “rates are reducing across Nottinghamshire”
    Could a local politician confirm the correct data and is it possible for them to get some granular data for wards in Broxtowe? and especially Bramcote?

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  2. Seven–day rates are expressed per 100,000 population and are calculated by dividing the seven day count by the area population and multiplying by 100,000.

    All data used in the map are available in the public domain and may be downloaded from the relevant section of the website or via the API.

    https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/details/interactive-map

    Have a look at the information you can find by putting your postcode in by using the link above. You can zoom in and out as well.

    I hope you find this helpful to what you asked about.

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  3. The link below has the national data albeit about 5 days in arrears. If view map in bottom right you can zoom in to ward level so can get data for Bramcote. Problem at that level a few cases either way make a big difference to case rates. Whole of Nottinghamshire has been poor and rates been coming slower than almost anywhere in the country. Overall over last six months, Broxtowe has been better than most areas in Notts, but if government ever went back to Tiers, Notts would be in the highest. Many here are now ignoring the restrictions so maybe only hope is vaccinations, where Broxtowe has been doing well.
    https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/

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