Coventry’s Covid-19 rate has fallen slightly according to the most recent Public Health England data.
In the seven days to November 15 the city recorded a rate of 273.74 per 100,000 people from 1,017 new recorded cases.
That was a fall from a rate of 284.24 in the seven days to November 14.
As the pandemic has gone on there has been a change in which areas of the city have recorded the highest case numbers.
For some time, Cannon Park and University was seeing the highest rates of cases, but the numbers there have now reduced.
Below you can see which five areas in Coventry had the most new recorded cases during the week up to November 14.
You can use this government map to see the data for your area.
Walsgrave and Woodway Park
Walsgrave and Woodway Park took the top spot for the number of new Covid-19 cases in the city for the week up to November 14.
That was an increase of 25 from the previous seven day period.
They had a total of 58 cases, sitting far above the national average.
During this period they had an infection rate of 692.4 cases per 100,000 people.
Ernesford Grange and Stoke Aldermoor
Ernesford Grange and Stoke Aldermoor had 43 cases in the seven days running up to November 14, 15 fewer than Walsgrave and Woodway Park.
That was an increase of eight cases on the previous week.
This was a rolling rate of 401.6 cases per 100,000 putting it well above the national average.
In the week up to November 14, Ravensdale had a total of 40 cases, a jump of 14 new cases when compared to the previous week in the same area.
This puts the area well above the England average with a rolling rate of 478.2 per 100,000 people.
Henley Green and Wood End
Henley Green and Wood End have the same number of cases as Ravensdale but at a lower rolling rate.
In the week up to November 14 they had 40 cases, putting them above the national average. That was a jump of 15 cases on the previous week.
However they had a rolling rate of 390.1 per 100,000 people.
Naul’s Mill and Bishopsgate Green
Naul’s Mill and Bishopgate Green had 39 cases in the week running up to November 14, a jump of 19 from the previous week.
The area is above the national average with a rolling rate of 332.1 per 100,000.
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