Covid-19 rates have risen again in parts of Warwickshire.
For the second day running Nuneaton and Bedworth and Warwick have seen slight increases.
North Warwickshire has also seen a rise.
Due to a delay in the recording of data, the latest figures available on the Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull dashboard are for the seven days to December 4.
They show that the Covid-19 rate in Nuneaton and Bedworth has risen to 189.40 per 100,000 compared to 185.55 per 100,000 people recorded yesterday. That rise came from 246 new recorded cases during the latest time period.
In the seven days to December 3 there were 241 recorded cases.
Warwick has seen its rate rise to to 109.91 (158 cases) per 100,000 people – an increase from 104.35 (153 cases) per 100,000 people.
After a dip, North Warwickshire has seen its rate rise to 124.11 (81 cases) per 100,000 people – compared to 117.98 (77 cases).
But Stratford continues to have the lowest rate in Warwickshire for many weeks.
It has seen a drop in rate – on December 4 it stood at 45.35 (59 cases) compared to 47.66 (62 cases) per 100,000 people in the seven days to December 3.
In Rugby the rate has fallen to 110.16 (120 cases) per 100,000 people, a slight drop from the seven days to December 3 which saw a rate of 112.91 (123 cases).
It is a week today when the government will review the Tier restrictions across the country.
As we reported in our newsletter Matt Hancock has pledged to assess Warwickshire on its own merit when the first national Tier restrictions review is held.
Rates and cases are one of five measures used by the government when deciding what restrictions should be in each area.
Looking at the county as a whole, in the seven days to December 4 there were 664 new recorded cases giving the county an infection rate of 114.89 per 100,000 people.
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