Coronavirus cases in the South West are continuing to rise as the Government steps up its vaccine rollout.
The number of cases per 100,000 people in the region is currently 349.7, which is higher than it was two weeks earlier.
Despite the rise, England's average number of infections per 100,000 people remains significantly higher at 520.4.
Some parts of the region have even recorded a fall in the number of cases per 100,000, including Gloucester and Somerset West and Taunton.
The current infection rate where you live
These are the latest official figures for the number of cases per 100,000 people for the seven days to 29 December.
Bath and North East Somerset - 373
Bristol - 448
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly - 287.7
Devon - 198.2
Dorset - 302
Gloucestershire - 260.4
North Somerset - 409.2
Somerset - 300.1
South Gloucestershire - 401.6
Wiltshire - 356.8
The rise in cases comes as the Government continues to ramp up its Covid-19 vaccination programme.
Data from NHS England shows that more than 450,000 doses of the Covid-19 vaccines have now been administered to people across the West Country - which is roughly eight percent of the region’s population.