The latest coronavirus infection rate where you live in the Anglia region

Find out the number of Covid-19 cases per 100,000 people in your part of the Anglia region

Every day, Public Health England releases data on the number of people with positive tests for coronavirus in every local authority area in the Anglia region.

So areas with large populations, like towns and cities, can be compared directly with rural areas with fewer people living there - the infection rate is expressed as the number of Covid cases per 100,000 people.

The figures are presented as a rolling weekly total of cases and are extracted from the government's official coronavirus dashboard. It discounts data from the four most recent days as the figures are incomplete.


Covid cases per 100,000 in the Anglia region in the week to 14 April


Covid cases per 100,000 in England in the week to 14 April

Clickable map of weekly coronavirus cases per 100,000 in the Anglia region

You can select areas of the map with your cursor to find out the infection rate in your part of the Anglia region. The darker shades of blue indicate the higher infection rates.

The map below indicates the areas of the Anglia region where the weekly total of cases have increased compared with the previous week's figures.

Interactive map of weekly coronavirus cases in each council area of the Anglia region

The areas in the darker red colour had rising or static coronavirus cases in the latest weekly data - the lighter colours had falling cases

Bar chart of weekly coronavirus cases per 100,000 in the Anglia region

The Anglia region consists of the East of England counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk along with Northamptonshire, Milton Keynes and Rutland

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