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Rushcliffe Covid cases reach over 461 per 100,000 residents – Nottingham at 438 – see your area

Figures released today show the increasing extent of the virus in Nottingham city and Rushcliffe borough. 

Figures released by a joint data unit at Nottinghamshire County Council and Nottingham City County show Nottingham city has the highest Covid-19 figures in Nottinghamshire, that is the rate per 100,000 resident population.

Data up to and including 7 July shows that the city has seen 1,459 cases in last seven days and has a rate per 100,000 residents of 438.3 cases. 2,720 cases have been recorded over the last fourteen days.

In Rushcliffe data up to 7 July shows that the borough has recorded 550 cases in the last seven days, with 930 in the last fourteen days. Its rate per 100,000 residents is currently 461.5 up to the same date.

The age of cases throughout the whole county shows that since 1 June 2021 – 68% in under-30s. 33% in under 19s.

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Rushcliffe’s rate is now highest among local authorities in Nottinghamshire.

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In other local authority areas the numbers are:

County of Nottinghamshire total – 376.3 cases / 100,000 – 4,369 cases in seven days ( 14 days = 7,237 cases )

Nottingham rate per 100,000 over seven days 438.3 –  cases in seven days 1,459

Rushcliffe 461.5  rate 550 cases

Newark 304.7  rate 373 cases

Mansfield 210.4 rate 230 cases

Gedling 455.5  rate 537 cases

Broxtowe 435.8 rate 497 cases

Bassetlaw 331.2 rate 389 cases

Ashfield 261.1 rate 334 cases




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