Latest coronavirus rate for each part of Birmingham and West Midlands with more areas on brink of tier 2 lockdowns

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Here is Wednesday’s update of the rolling seven-day rate of new cases of Covid-19 for every local authority area in England.

The figures, for the seven days to October 10, are based on tests carried out in laboratories (pillar one of the Government’s testing programme) and in the wider community (pillar two).

The rate is expressed as the number of new cases per 100,000 people.

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Data for the most recent four days (October 11-14) has been excluded as it is incomplete and does not reflect the true number of cases.

Birmingham has shot up to 184 now, with Solihull at 170, both rising from 154 and 111 per 100,000 people respectively.

Walsall has risen from 118 and Coventry from 103, to 158 cases and 156 cases per 100k respevtively.

Sandwell has risen, too, to 138 cases per 100k.

Bromsgrove has now surpassed a rate of 125, with other tier one areas – like Rugby, Warwick and Tamworth – above 100 cases per 100k now.

Other areas recording big jumps in their seven-day rates include West Lancashire (up from 266.0 to 443.5, with 507 new cases); Blackburn with Darwen (up from 235.1 to 426.9, with 639 new cases); and County Durham (up from 179.8 to 322.4, with 1,709 new cases).

The list has been calculated by the PA news agency and is based on Public Health England data published on October 14 on the Government’s coronavirus dashboard.

Here is the list in full. From left to right, it reads: name of local authority; rate of new cases in the seven days to October 10; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to October 10; rate of new cases in the seven days to October 3; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to October 3.

Top 60:

Nottingham 954.9 (3179), 510.7 (1700)

Knowsley 701.3 (1058), 563.4 (850)

Liverpool 677.5 (3374), 555.4 (2766)

Burnley 554.4 (493), 435.2 (387)

Newcastle upon Tyne 500.0 (1514), 457.7 (1386)

Manchester 477.5 (2640), 583.3 (3225)

Sefton 473.9 (1310), 347.3 (960)

Sheffield 458.2 (2680), 347.8 (2034)

St Helens 446.3 (806), 343.3 (620)

Pendle 445.1 (410), 315.9 (291)

West Lancashire 443.5 (507), 266.0 (304)

Blackburn with Darwen 426.9 (639), 235.1 (352)

Rochdale 413.2 (919), 319.2 (710)

Leeds 398.7 (3162), 367.9 (2918)

Wigan 393.7 (1294), 253.8 (834)

Halton 391.8 (507), 333.0 (431)

Exeter 388.9 (511), 306.7 (403)

Oldham 386.7 (917), 270.3 (641)

Salford 380.9 (986), 309.5 (801)

Bury 362.8 (693), 283.3 (541)

Trafford 348.8 (828), 256.6 (609)

Preston 347.2 (497), 319.3 (457)

Warrington 337.6 (709), 248.1 (521)

Rossendale 331.6 (237), 246.2 (176)

Hyndburn 323.3 (262), 288.7 (234)

Bradford 323.1 (1744), 288.3 (1556)

County Durham 322.4 (1709), 179.8 (953)

Stockton-on-Tees 321.8 (635), 217.9 (430)

Bolton 314.0 (903), 261.5 (752)

Wirral 312.3 (1012), 242.0 (784)

Rushcliffe 309.6 (369), 180.4 (215)

Tameside 309.5 (701), 236.2 (535)

Lancaster 306.1 (447), 167.1 (244)

Gedling 303.7 (358), 131.5 (155)

Broxtowe 303.4 (346), 172.8 (197)

Ribble Valley 289.1 (176), 244.7 (149)

Middlesbrough 288.7 (407), 249.7 (352)

Barrow-in-Furness 287.8 (193), 179.0 (120)

Sunderland 286.3 (795), 293.5 (815)

Stockport 285.6 (838), 219.1 (643)

Hartlepool 280.8 (263), 246.6 (231)

South Ribble 276.2 (306), 198.6 (220)

North Tyneside 269.3 (560), 210.2 (437)

Rotherham 268.3 (712), 191.4 (508)

York 266.8 (562), 175.7 (370)

Gateshead 262.8 (531), 227.7 (460)

Barnsley 260.1 (642), 144.2 (356)

Chorley 252.1 (298), 151.4 (179)

South Tyneside 249.0 (376), 272.2 (411)

Calderdale 240.2 (508), 161.7 (342)

Kirklees 238.5 (1049), 183.5 (807)

Newark and Sherwood 236.9 (290), 122.5 (150)

Blackpool 236.7 (330), 177.1 (247)

Wakefield 228.8 (797), 152.4 (531)

Oadby and Wigston 219.2 (125), 135.1 (77)

Charnwood 216.3 (402), 99.0 (184)

Redcar and Cleveland 215.8 (296), 148.7 (204)

Doncaster 202.6 (632), 132.7 (414)

Fylde 200.5 (162), 136.2 (110)

Darlington 197.6 (211), 178.8 (191)

Cheshire West and Chester 195.3 (670), 133.8 (459)

Wyre 190.9 (214), 126.7 (142)

Northumberland 186.4 (601), 174.3 (562)

Birmingham and West Midlands:

Birmingham 184.0 (2101), 154.9 (1769)

Solihull 170.5 (369), 111.8 (242)

Walsall 158.3 (452), 118.4 (338)

Coventry 156.4 (581), 103.4 (384)

Newcastle-under-Lyme 142.9 (185), 108.9 (141)

Sandwell 138.2 (454), 114.5 (376)

South Staffordshire 130.7 (147), 86.3 (97)

Stafford 127.5 (175), 107.8 (148)

Bromsgrove 125.1 (125), 105.1 (105)

Wolverhampton 122.6 (323), 74.4 (196)

Stoke-on-Trent 106.9 (274), 60.8 (156)

Rugby 104.6 (114), 82.6 (90)

Warwick 103.7 (149), 56.3 (81)

East Staffordshire 102.7 (123), 55.1 (66)

Staffordshire Moorlands 102.6 (101), 58.9 (58)

Tamworth 101.7 (78), 50.9 (39)

Stratford-on-Avon 99.9 (130), 70.7 (92)

Ryedale 99.3 (55), 95.7 (53)

Wyre Forest 97.7 (99), 59.2 (60)

Dudley 91.4 (294), 78.7 (253)

Cannock Chase 91.3 (92), 57.6 (58)

North Warwickshire 88.9 (58), 53.6 (35)

Redditch 84.4 (72), 55.1 (47)

Lichfield 83.1 (87), 79.2 (83)

Shropshire 82.6 (267), 57.6 (186)

Worcester 82.0 (83), 74.1 (75)

Malvern Hills 81.3 (64), 52.1 (41)

Nuneaton and Bedworth 78.5 (102), 72.4 (94)

Telford and Wrekin 76.2 (137), 59.5 (107)

Wychavon 67.2 (87), 62.6 (81)





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