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Updated data: Top 20 areas of Nottingham city for Covid cases and rates per 100,000 residents

Nottingham City COVID-19 Updated to 8 November – The reports show the areas of the city with the most cases, and the cases per 100,000 residents. 

Nottingham City COVID-19 Updated

This report summarises the information from the surveillance system which is used to monitor the cases of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
pandemic in Nottingham.

The report is based on daily data up to 8 November 2020.

The COVID-19 cases are broken down by Pillars 1 and 2, indicating how the test was collected.

Pillar 1 + 2

combined data from both Pillar 1 and Pillar 2 of the UK Government’s COVID- 19 testing programme

Pillar 1

data from swab testing in PHE labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers

Pillar 2

data from swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance
The maps presented in the report examine counts and rates of COVID-19 at Middle Super Output Area level. Middle Layer Super Output Areas are a census based geography used in the reporting of small area statistics in England and Wales.

The minimum population is 5,411 and the average is 8,363. As such they are larger than electoral wards but smaller than Districts.

Disclosure control rules have been applied to all figures not currently in the public domain. All counts of 1 or 2 have been suppressed.

Data has been sourced from Public Health England. The report has been compiled by Performance, Intelligence and Policy Team at Nottinghamshire County Council.

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University areas of the city remain at the top on both measures, number of cases and number of cases per 100,000 resident population.

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Nottingham City COVID-19 Updated 8 November