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Newark: Most parts of Advertiser area see rises in coronavirus cases in past week




Most parts of the Advertiser area have seen rises in coronavirus cases in the past week, some by as much as 120%.

However, a few areas have seen less of a rise, with other parts seeing cases fall by as much a half.

You can see an area breakdown below. The figures are for the seven-day period to January 5, the latest public data by Public Health England.

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Newark North

Total cases, 51

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +19 (59.4%)

Rolling rate, 409.1 per 100,000

Newark South East

Total cases, 26

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +11 (73.3%)

Rolling rate, 265.0

Newark South West

Total cases, 12

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -6 (-33.3%)

Rolling rate, 143.9

Balderton

Total cases, 23

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -2 (-8.0%)

Rolling rate, 227.8

Fernwood, Farndon & Fiskerton

Total cases, 33

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +1 (3.1%)

Rolling rate, 353.7

Southwell

Total cases, 20

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +3 (17.6%)

Rolling rate, 270.7

Winthorpe, Coddington & Collingham

Total cases, 14

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -1 cases (-6.7%)

Rolling rate, 185.4

East Bridgford & Aslockton

Total cases, 27

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -11 (-28.9%)

Rolling rate, 363.0

Bingham

Total cases, 40

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +13 (48.1%)

Rolling rate, 392.3

Cotgrave

Total cases, 42

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +16 (61.5%)

Rolling rate, 517.7

Radcliffe & Shelford

Total cases, 43

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +23 (115.0%)

Rolling rate, 456.6

Tuxford, Markham & Rampton

Total cases, 40

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +11 (37.9%)

Rolling rate, 425.8

Muskham, Sutton-on-Trent & Walesby

Total cases, 22

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +9 (69.2%)

Rolling rate, 275.7

Ollerton & Boughton

Total cases, 45

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +21 (87.5%)

Rolling rate, 404.8

Edwinstowe & Clipstone

Total cases, 67

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +36 (116.1%)

Rolling rate, 616.5

Bilsthorpe & Farnsfield

Total cases, 38

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +9 (31.0%)

Rolling rate, 404.1

Long Bennington, Allington & Barrowby

Total cases, 29

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +1 (3.6%)

Rolling rate, 318.3

Lowdham & Gunthorpe

Total cases, 14

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -4 (-22.2%)

Rolling rate, 205.9

Calverton & Woodborough

Total cases, 46

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +5 (12.2%)

Rolling rate, 488.5

Bottesford, Harby & Croxton Kerrial

Total cases, 15

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -13 (-46.4%)

Rolling rate, 154.2

Burton Joyce & Lambley

Total cases, 29

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +16 (123.1%)

Rolling rate, 466.2

Navenby, Harmston & Brant Broughton

Total cases, 18

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +8 (80.0%)

Rolling rate, 263.3

Ancaster, Caythorpe & Claypole

Total cases, 15

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -12 (-44.4%)

Rolling rate, 207.8

Cropwell Bishop, Kinoulton & Upper Broughton

Total cases, 16

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +3 (23.1%)

Rolling rate, 279.2

Skellingthorpe, Witham & Bassingham

Total cases, 49

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +7 (16.7%)

Rolling rate, 345.4

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.



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