Latest coronavirus rate for every part of West Midlands with Birmingham warned it faces tier 3 until next year

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Friday’s update of the rolling seven-day rate of new cases of Covid-19 for every local authority area in England has been announced.

The figures, for the seven days to November 23, are based on tests carried out in laboratories (pillar one of the Government’s testing programme) and in the wider community (pillar two).

Walsall now has a rate of 292, underneath 300 having been above 400 cases per 100,000 last week.

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Tamworth has also fallen, from 432 to 303 cases per 100,000 people.

Birmingham has fallen to 313 from 375 cases per 100,000 people, and is behind Wolverhampton at 328.

Further down the list, Cannock has plunged to 235 cases, down from 326, with Lichfield down from 399 to 231.

Solihull is even lower, at 224 now, having been 311 cases per 100,000 people this time last week.

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

Data for the most recent four days (November 24-27) has been excluded as it is incomplete and does not reflect the true number of cases.

A majority of areas in England (298 out of 315) have seen a fall in case rates.

The list has been calculated by the PA news agency, based on Public Health England data published on November 27 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 November 23; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to November 23; rate of new cases in the seven days to November 16; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to November 16.

Top 50:

Swale, 560.4, (841), 655.0, (983)

Thanet, 468.6, (665), 521.4, (740)

Boston, 453.2, (318), 468.8, (329)

Medway, 447.7, (1247), 343.6, (957)

Hull, 415.4, (1079), 702.9, (1826)

Stoke-on-Trent, 402.9, (1033), 533.2, (1367)

Gravesham, 392.7, (420), 334.8, (358)

Oadby and Wigston, 384.1, (219), 515.7, (294)

Dudley, 383.1, (1232), 538.6, (1732)

East Lindsey, 372.5, (528), 572.9, (812)

Sandwell, 372.4, (1223), 492.6, (1618)

Leicester, 359.9, (1275), 490.9, (1739)

Newcastle-under-Lyme, 359.2, (465), 459.7, (595)

Hyndburn, 359.1, (291), 446.7, (362)

Kirklees, 348.8, (1534), 526.4, (2315)

Oldham, 340.8, (808), 500.2, (1186)

North East Lincolnshire, 339.7, (542), 481.3, (768)

Rochdale, 337.7, (751), 478.8, (1065)

Burnley, 334.0, (297), 392.5, (349)

Bradford, 330.9, (1786), 492.1, (2656)

Wolverhampton, 328.5, (865), 364.9, (961)

Lincoln, 326.3, (324), 416.9, (414)

East Staffordshire, 324.8, (389), 442.6, (530)

Slough, 321.0, (480), 357.1, (534)

South Tyneside, 320.6, (484), 384.2, (580)

Blackburn with Darwen, 319.3, (478), 469.6, (703)

Pendle, 317.0, (292), 419.1, (386)

Hartlepool, 315.0, (295), 557.3, (522)

Birmingham, 313.7, (3582), 375.9, (4292)

North Lincolnshire, 312.8, (539), 467.2, (805)

Havering, 308.6, (801), 386.4, (1003)

Tamworth, 303.8, (233), 432.9, (332)

Wakefield, 301.5, (1050), 426.6, (1486)

Dover, 300.5, (355), 238.7, (282)

Redbridge, 298.8, (912), 289.0, (882)

Rossendale, 296.6, (212), 366.5, (262)

Maidstone, 295.6, (508), 238.0, (409)

South Staffordshire, 294.4, (331), 438.5, (493)

Walsall, 292.8, (836), 407.4, (1163)

Stockton-on-Tees, 290.4, (573), 446.9, (882)

Bolsover, 289.2, (233), 335.1, (270)

Stafford, 289.2, (397), 415.2, (570)

Calderdale, 285.2, (603), 452.1, (956)

Nuneaton and Bedworth, 281.0, (365), 375.0, (487)

Blaby, 279.7, (284), 452.1, (459)

Luton, 278.3, (593), 295.7, (630)

Bury, 278.0, (531), 410.0, (783)

Bolton, 277.9, (799), 412.5, (1186)

Darlington, 276.2, (295), 355.8, (380)

Bassetlaw, 275.8, (324), 399.3, (469)

Rest of West Midlands:

North Warwickshire, 268.1, (175), 378.5, (247)

Cannock Chase, 235.2, (237), 326.5, (329)

Lichfield, 231.0, (242), 399.0, (418)

Solihull, 224.1, (485), 311.0, (673)

Staffordshire Moorlands, 220.5, (217), 398.2, (392)

Rugby, 196.4, (214), 264.4, (288)

Coventry, 188.4, (700), 268.4, (997)

Bromsgrove, 174.2, (174), 285.3, (285)

Shropshire, 156.0, (504), 211.1, (682)

Warwick, 144.0, (207), 231.6, (333)

Worcester, 131.4, (133), 235.1, (238)

Wychavon, 98.9, (128), 153.0, (198)

Stratford-on-Avon, 96.9, (126), 143.0, (186)

Malvern Hills, 86.4, (68), 101.7, (80)





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