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Covid-19: Number of cases in Harlow passes 1000 per 100,000 mark

News / Wed 30th Dec 2020 at 07:53am

THE NUMBER of cases in Harlow has increased again.

Figures released on Tuesday show a rate of 1013.0 cases per 100,000

Monday: 987.7 cases per 100,000.

Sunday’s: 976.3 cases per 100,000.

This is an increase of 54.2%. Monday’s was 67.3%. Sunday was 103.9%

This places Harlow in 14th out of 315 local authorities.

There have been 882 cases.

YH understands that there are 141 Covid in-patients, including 12 on ventilators. There are 74 outstanding test results.

Reference point

https://coronavstats.co.uk

Plus Twitter account @RP131

Increase

Dec 21st: 581.2

Dec 22nd: 657.0

Dec 23rd: 736.0

Dec 24th: 771.8

Dec 25th: 833.8

Dec 26th: 933.8

Dec 27th: 976.3

Dec 28th: 987.7

Dec 29th: 1013

On November 19th it was 251st out of 315 local authorities. Then the rate started to rise and it climbed up the chart. By November 30th, it was in 53rd place. This is its highest position.

The infection rate tells a similar story. Back on September 30th it was 29.9. October 16th: 68.9. November 8th: 118.3. November 22nd it was 206.7. December 2nd it was 221.7.

For further reference, may we signpost is channel which has, to date, over 800 Covid-related news items on channel since March. Go to our Covid-19 report on December 12th for a fuller explanation of the statistics.

https://www.yourharlow.com/category/health-and-well-being/covid-19/

Look at the percentage increase of the areas close to Harlow.

Other areas

Brentwood: 1st:: 1419.1

Epping Forest: 2nd: 1413.9

Thurrock: 3rd: 1339.9

Havering : 4th: 1213.6

Southend: 7th: 1114.5

Basildon: 11th: 1120.7

Broxbourne: 14th: 1070.5

Chelmsford: 24th: 870.0

Braintree: 26th: 865.0

Local Authorities

England local authorities by highest number of COVID-19 positives per 100k population.

Seven–day rolling rate by specimen date – ending Dec 23rd

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