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Coronavirus infection rates in Newark are worse than the UK average, data has revealed.

Most other Advertiser areas also have case rates higher than the UK average over the last seven-day period.

Case rates are shown per 100,000 people for the seven-day period ending April 21. This is calculated by dividing the seven-day total by the area population and multiplying by 100,000, which makes it easier to compare cases across areas of different population size.

The darker the colour, the worse the cases. (56305896)
The darker the colour, the worse the cases. (56305896)

The UK's case rate per 100,000 people currently stands at 226.2.

See area-by-area case rates below.

Newark North

Total cases, 32

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -4 cases (-11.1%)

Case rate per 100,000 people, 257.1

Newark South West

Total cases, 24

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -9 (-27.3%)

Case rate, 286.8

Newark South East

Total cases, 23

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -22 (-48.9%)

Case rate, 232.9

Ancaster, Caythorpe & Claypole

Total cases, 14

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -16 (-53.3%)

Case rate, 193.6

Balderton

Total cases, 13

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -13 (-50.0%)

Case rate, 127.9

Bilsthorpe & Farnsfield

Total cases, 18

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -19 (-51.4%)

Case rate, 191.3

Bingham

Total cases, 37

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -17 (-31.5%)

Case rate, 357.5

Bottesford, Harby & Croxton Kerrial

Total cases, 17

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -20 (-54.1%)

Case rate, 175.0

Burton Joyce & Lambley

Total cases, 26

The rate has increased relative to the previous week, +6 (30.0%)

Case rate, 407.9

Calverton & Woodborough

Total cases, 20

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -15 (-42.9%)

Case rate, 213.3

Cotgrave

Total cases, 23

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -1 (-4.2%)

Case rate, 277.1

Cropwell Bishop, Kinoulton & Upper Broughton

Total cases, 12

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -15 (-55.6%)

Case rate, 206.8

East Bridgford & Aslockton

Total cases, 18

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -12 (-40.0%)

Case rate, 243.0

Edwinstowe & Clipstone

Total cases, 20

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -18 (-47.4%)

Case rate, 179.7

Fernwood, Farndon & Fiskerton

Total cases, 29

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -7 (-19.4%)

Case rate, 308.8

Long Bennington, Allington & Barrowby

Total cases, 17

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -12 (-41.4%)

Case rate, 186.9

Lowdham, Bleasby & Gunthorpe

Total cases, 9

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -6 (-40.0%)

Case rate, 133.0

Muskham, Sutton-on-Trent & Walesby

Total cases, 12

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -11 (-47.8%)

Case rate, 152.4

Navenby, Harmston & Brant Broughton

Total cases, 15

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -15 (-50.0%)

Case rate, 217.3

Radcliffe & Shelford

Total cases, 22

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -24 (-52.2%)

Case rate, 233.1

Skellingthorpe, Witham & Bassingham

Total cases, 43

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -26 (-37.7%)

Case rate, 300.2

Southwell

Total cases, 8

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -17 (-68.0%)

Case rate, 107.3

Tuxford, Markham & Rampton

Total cases, 19

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -13 (-40.6%)

Case rate, 201.4

Winthorpe, Coddington & Collingham

Total cases, 20

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week, -10 (-33.3%)

Case rate, 261.4



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