England’s coronavirus case rates rise for the first time since March

todayJune 11, 2022

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With Covid restrictions all but lifted throughout the UK; lockdowns, mass rule changes and compulsory mask-wearing are turning into a distant memory. However, for the first time since March Covid case rates are up across the UK.

And in Nottingham, with the government relaxing Covid restrictions in recent months it is no longer an obligation to report cases of Covid-19. However, a per the government’s interactive coronavirus map there are many areas close to the city that have rates above 100 cases per 100,000 people. Cotgrave is the worst-hit area across the whole of Nottinghamshire with 15 confirmed cases at a rate of 180.7 per 100,000 in the seven days to June 5.

Below is a list of the 10 worst-hit Covid areas in and around Nottingham in the seven days to June 5.

10 worst Covid case rates in Nottinghamshire

Area// Case rate per 100,000 people// Total cases

Cotgrave // 180.7// 15

Compton Acres & Lutterell // 164.8// 16

City Centre & Trent Bridge // 144// 19

Sherwood Vale // 141.6// 11

East Bridgford // 135// 10

Netherfield & Colwick // 131.3// 10

Edwalton // 130.7// 11

Wollaton Park // 127.7// 9

Woodthorpe & Arno Vale // 118.6// 12

Plains Estate // 112.2// 8

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