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17 November – Coronavirus: Rushcliffe Dashboard – new cases and deaths plus seven-day figures

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17 November – Coronavirus: Rushcliffe Dashboard– See figures for Rushcliffe local authority – includes seven-day versus previous week, deaths and new positive tests.


17 November – Coronavirus: Rushcliffe Dashboard


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Cases are allocated to the person’s area of residence. From 16 November 2020, PHE has updated the way it records the location of people who test positive or negative for COVID-19. It now prioritises addresses given at the point of testing over the details registered on a patient’s NHS Summary Care Record. This better reflects the distribution of cases and testing. However, it may give rise to differences in previously reported numbers of cases and rates in some areas. The change has been retrospectively applied to tests carried out from 1 September 2020, and data in the dashboard was updated to reflect this change on 16 November 2020. Due to reallocation of cases in this way, the number of cases reported by local authority may be artificially high or low on 16 November 2020.


A confirmed case is where a person has had a positive test result for Coronavirus.

There were 44 ( yesterday was 28) new people with a confirmed positive test result reported on 17 November 2020.

Up to 17 November 2020, there have been 2,996 people who have had a confirmed positive test result.

People TESTED positive by specimen date

Seven days to 12 November 2020 TESTED POSITIVE • 21 cases ( yesterday 23 ) 

Rate OF CASES per 100k resident population: 217.6 ( yesterday 238.3)

SEVEN-DAY ROLLING CASE RATE PER 100,000 POPULATION at 12 November 198.9 ( down from 204.7 at 11 November )

LAST SEVEN DAYS cases 245 ( up 12 cases + plus 5.2 % )


There were 0 nil new deaths ( yesterday 0 nil  ) within 28 days of a positive test for Coronavirus reported on 16 November 2020. Last seven days = 7 deaths – no change  from previous seven days.

Total number of people who have died within 28 days of testing positive for Coronavirus as of 16 November 2020 was 81.