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PA Media has published figures showing the rolling seven-day rate for new coronavirus cases for every local authority in England. Here are the top 100 local areas, rated according to where there are the highest number of new cases per head of population.

There are four figures for every local authority. They show: the rate of new cases in the seven days to 13 September, expressed as number of new cases per 100,000 people; (the total actual number of new cases in that period); the rate of new cases in the seven days to 6 September, expressed as number of new cases per 100,000 people; (and the actual number of new cases in that period).

According to PA Media, cities recording sharp increases in their seven-day rates include:

– Liverpool (up from 56.8 to 106.4, with 530 new cases)
– Leicester (up from 60.7 to 89.8, with 318 new cases)
– Salford (up from 75.3 to 89.6, with 232 new cases)
– Newcastle upon Tyne (up from 51.2 to 64.1, with 194 new cases)

Here is the list.

Bolton 204.1 (587), 152.0 (437)
Oadby and Wigston 136.8 (78), 52.6 (30)
Hyndburn 132.0 (107), 64.2 (52)
Preston 125.8 (180), 75.5 (108)
Burnley 124.8 (111), 70.9 (63)
Blackburn with Darwen 120.2 (180), 73.5 (110)
Oldham 114.7 (272), 66.6 (158)
Liverpool 106.4 (530), 56.8 (283)
Tameside 105.1 (238), 75.1 (170)
Warrington 104.8 (220), 57.6 (121)

Knowsley 102.7 (155), 51.0 (77)
St Helens 101.3 (183), 50.4 (91)
Rossendale 96.5 (69), 44.8 (32)
Bradford 93.6 (505), 82.8 (447)
South Tyneside 93.4 (141), 60.9 (92)
Wirral 91.7 (297), 66.0 (214)
Rochdale 90.8 (202), 68.8 (153)
Leicester 89.8 (318), 60.7 (215)
Salford 89.6 (232), 75.3 (195)
Bury 85.9 (164), 70.2 (134)

Birmingham 83.4 (952), 80.9 (924)
Sunderland 82.1 (228), 73.5 (204)
Gateshead 81.7 (165), 58.4 (118)
Manchester 79.9 (442), 68.7 (380)
Leeds 72.9 (578), 66.1 (524)
Halton 72.6 (94), 28.6 (37)
Pendle 71.7 (66), 58.6 (54)
Kirklees 70.7 (311), 42.7 (188)
Solihull 68.4 (148), 64.7 (140)
Newcastle upon Tyne 64.1 (194), 51.2 (155)

Blaby 63.0 (64), 53.2 (54)
Sandwell 62.4 (205), 41.7 (137)
Calderdale 58.6 (124), 45.4 (96)
Wolverhampton 55.4 (146), 41.4 (109)
Barrow-in-Furness 53.7 (36), 29.8 (20)
Sefton 52.5 (145), 37.3 (103)
Hartlepool 52.3 (49), 52.3 (49)
Rugby 51.4 (56), 28.5 (31)
Selby 49.7 (45), 47.5 (43)
Wyre 49.1 (55), 23.2 (26)

South Ribble 48.7 (54), 39.7 (44)
Sheffield 47.7 (279), 38.1 (223)
North Tyneside 46.7 (97), 37.5 (78)
Wigan 45.3 (149), 37.7 (124)
Stockport 45.0 (132), 32.7 (96)
Chorley 44.8 (53), 20.3 (24)
Spelthorne 44.1 (44), 31.0 (31)
Windsor and Maidenhead 43.6 (66), 20.5 (31)
High Peak 43.2 (40), 25.9 (24)
Trafford 43.0 (102), 32.9 (78)

Corby 41.5 (30), 47.1 (34)
Rotherham 41.4 (110), 30.1 (80)
St Albans 39.7 (59), 20.9 (31)
Charnwood 38.7 (72), 20.4 (38)
Craven 38.5 (22), 26.3 (15)
Redbridge 38.3 (117), 35.4 (108)
Northampton 38.3 (86), 33.4 (75)
Scarborough 37.7 (41), 39.5 (43)
County Durham 37.4 (198), 32.4 (172)
Bolsover 37.2 (30), 18.6 (15)

Fylde 37.1 (30), 17.3 (14)
Hounslow 36.8 (100), 30.2 (82)
Kettering 36.4 (37), 28.5 (29)
Middlesbrough 36.2 (51), 51.8 (73)
Walsall 36.1 (103), 25.2 (72)
Broxtowe 36.0 (41), 40.3 (46)
Mansfield 34.8 (38), 26.5 (29)
Stevenage 34.2 (30), 17.1 (15)
Coventry 33.4 (124), 27.5 (102)
Wakefield 33.0 (115), 25.3 (88)

Ashfield 32.8 (42), 28.9 (37)
Cannock Chase 32.8 (33), 12.9 (13)
Barking and Dagenham 32.4 (69), 30.1 (64)
Blackpool 32.3 (45), 22.9 (32)
Hambleton 31.7 (29), 10.9 (10)
Hertsmere 31.5 (33), 49.6 (52)
York 30.9 (65), 14.2 (30)
West Lancashire 30.6 (35), 38.5 (44)
Amber Valley 30.4 (39), 14.0 (18)
Stockton-on-Tees 30.4 (60), 24.3 (48)

Enfield 30.3 (101), 23.4 (78)
South Staffordshire 30.2 (34), 24.0 (27)
Wellingborough 30.1 (24), 18.8 (15)
Nottingham 30.0 (100), 31.8 (106)
Cheshire West and Chester 30.0 (103), 19.8 (68)
Castle Point 29.9 (27), 16.6 (15)
Harborough 29.8 (28), 20.3 (19)
Havering 29.7 (77), 33.5 (87)
North East Derbyshire 29.6 (30), 17.7 (18)
Welwyn Hatfield 29.3 (36), 18.7 (23)

Stoke-on-Trent 29.3 (75), 30.0 (77)
Harrogate 29.2 (47), 34.8 (56)
Ealing 29.0 (99), 20.8 (71)
Tamworth 28.7 (22), 20.9 (16)
Hammersmith and Fulham 28.6 (53), 28.6 (53)
Hackney and City of London 28.5 (83), 19.9 (58)
Bromsgrove 28.0 (28), 29.0 (29)
Runnymede 28.0 (25), 15.7 (14)
Malvern Hills 28.0 (22), 30.5 (24)
Luton 27.7 (59), 26.3 (56)


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