Covid: Map reveals worst hit areas in Gedling borough over seven-day period

 Covid: Map reveals worst hit areas in Gedling borough over seven-day period

A government data map shows coronavirus cases by neighbourhood

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The Government has again updated information revealing how many cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Gedling borough neighbourhoods over a seven-day period.

The data reveals that all places have seen a significant rise in the weekly period up until January 5.

The biggest increase was 44 in Carlton.

You can see the details for each Government-defined neighbourhood in the borough in the list below.

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.

Arnold Town

Total cases – 21 an increase of 7 (50%)

Rolling rate is 344.9

Bestwood Village

Total cases – 39 an increase of 22 (129.4%)

Rolling rate is 644.5

Burton Joyce and Lambley

Total cases – 29 an increase of 16 (123.1%)

Rolling rate is 466.2

Calverton & Woodborough

Total cases – 46 an increase of 5 (12.2%)

Rolling rate is 488.5

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Infections are on the rise in most areas

Carlton

Total cases – 64 an increase of 44 (220.0%)

Rolling rate is 630.2

Carlton Hill

Total cases – 61 an increase of 40 (190.5%)

Rolling rate is 858.3

Daybrook

Total cases – 32 an increase of 6 (23.1%)

Rolling rate is 465.9

Gedling North

Total cases – 46 an increase of 16 (53.3%)

Rolling rate is 572.6

Gedling South

Total cases – 44 an increase of 18 (69.2%)

Rolling rate is 491.0

Mapperley & Porchester

Total cases – 54 an increase of 30 (125.0%)

Rolling rate is 619.6

Netherfield & Colwick

Total cases – 38 an increase of 19 (100.0%)

Rolling rate is 498.0

Ravenshead & Newstead (Including Linby and Papplewick)

Total cases – 27 which is an increase of 6 (28.6%)

Rolling rate is 325.6

Redhill

Total cases – 33 an increase of 10 (43.5%)

Rolling rate – 461.0

Woodthorpe & Arno Vale

Total cases – 31 an increase of 8 (34.8%)

Rolling rate is 308.5

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