England coronavirus infection rates listed – Hull now highest in country as cases rise sharply

A woman wearing a face mask walks through the centre of Bradford, West Yorkshire, one of the areas where new measures have been implemented to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Stricter rules have been introduced for people in Greater Manchester, parts of East Lancashire, and West Yorkshire, banning members of different households from meeting each other indoors.

Hull is now the area with England’s highest coronavirus infection rate, new data shows.

Wednesday’s figures show the city had 726.8 infections per 100,000 people in the seven days up to Saturday (7 November): the latest dates for which data is available.

This was up sharply from Hull’s 436.5 cases per 100,000 in the seven days to 31 October, and means Oldham – which had been top of the list for the past seven days – is now second in England.

The list below contains the latest available data on seven-day infection rates in all English local authority areas.

From left to right, it reads:

local authority name

rate of infections per 100,000 people in the seven days to 7 November (this is how the list is ordered)

number of infections recorded in the seven days to 7 November

that area’s rate of infections per 100,000 people in the seven days to 31 October

number of infections recorded in the seven days to 31 October

What is the coronavirus infection rate in your area?
Hull 726.8 (1888), 436.5 (1134)

Oldham 720.8 (1709), 741.4 (1758)

Blackburn with Darwen 715.4 (1071), 708.1 (1060)

North East Lincolnshire 632.4 (1009), 453.7 (724)

Bradford 592.5 (3198), 532.3 (2873)

Rochdale 570.6 (1269), 597.1 (1328)

Kirklees 568.9 (2502), 490.2 (2156)

Wigan 557.7 (1833), 676.1 (2222)

Bury 555.5 (1061), 565.0 (1079)

Salford 512.7 (1327), 626.3 (1621)

Bolton 505.3 (1453), 564.8 (1624)

Wakefield 504.1 (1756), 468.3 (1631)

South Staffordshire 478.5 (538), 397.6 (447)

Bolsover 469.2 (378), 418.3 (337)

Gateshead 466.2 (942), 353.4 (714)

Scarborough 465.3 (506), 172.9 (188)

Bassetlaw 464.0 (545), 405.2 (476)

Barnsley 460.6 (1137), 521.7 (1288)

Dudley 457.4 (1471), 359.8 (1157)

Derby 455.1 (1171), 388.3 (999)

Doncaster 455.0 (1419), 526.1 (1641)

Tameside 447.7 (1014), 538.6 (1220)

East Riding of Yorkshire 444.6 (1517), 295.7 (1009)

Calderdale 441.7 (934), 378.8 (801)

Amber Valley 441.7 (566), 303.6 (389)

Leicester 439.8 (1558), 370.4 (1312)

Preston 436.0 (624), 456.9 (654)

Sandwell 434.8 (1428), 364.1 (1196)

Leeds 434.0 (3442), 435.4 (3453)

Pendle 432.1 (398), 446.2 (411)

Rossendale 430.9 (308), 435.1 (311)

Stoke-on-Trent 429.4 (1101), 369.8 (948)

Rotherham 428.4 (1137), 527.5 (1400)

Bristol 427.7 (1982), 395.8 (1834)

Redcar and Cleveland 421.4 (578), 271.2 (372)

Hyndburn 420.8 (341), 487.4 (395)

South Derbyshire 415.8 (446), 419.5 (450)

Manchester 415.3 (2296), 475.9 (2631)

Burnley 412.7 (367), 363.2 (323)

Newcastle-under-Lyme 412.5 (534), 418.7 (542)

Middlesbrough 402.9 (568), 312.8 (441)

Hartlepool 402.5 (377), 341.7 (320)

Oadby and Wigston 401.6 (229), 336.8 (192)

Stockton-on-Tees 394.7 (779), 379.5 (749)

Trafford 392.2 (931), 390.1 (926)

Mansfield 388.8 (425), 381.5 (417)

Staffordshire Moorlands 388.1 (382), 337.3 (332)

Stafford 386.8 (531), 333.6 (458)

Tamworth 379.4 (291), 342.9 (263)

Sunderland 379.2 (1053), 315.1 (875)

Warrington 379.0 (796), 460.4 (967)

East Staffordshire 377.4 (452), 332.3 (398)

Newcastle upon Tyne 376.5 (1140), 287.3 (870)

Ribble Valley 369.5 (225), 371.2 (226)

East Lindsey 366.2 (519), 251.2 (356)

County Durham 366.2 (1941), 282.2 (1496)

Stockport 362.3 (1063), 445.4 (1307)

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