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Most areas of Preston and South Ribble see coronavirus cases decline but Preston city centre, Hutton and New Longton buck the trend

Posted on - 16th February, 2021 - 10:30am | Author - | Posted in - Fylde News, Health, Preston buildings & attractions, Preston News, Ribble Valley News, South Ribble News, Wyre News
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The majority of areas in Preston and South Ribble have see a decline in coronavirus cases.

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However, some areas have stayed the same or increased.

Preston City Centre and New Longton and Hutton saw a rise in case numbers in the last week.

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Figures are updated weekly by Public Health England in the government’s coronavirus dashboard, with an interactive map of cases

Below is the full list of positive cases by area from 3 February to 10 February. Figures for the previous week (27 January to 3 February) are shown in brackets.

Ashton-on-Ribble and Larches – 33 (34)
Bamber Bridge East – 13 (18)
Bamber Bridge West – 19 (27)
Brookfield and Holme Slack – 44 (54)
Broughton and Wychnor – 13 (32)
Cadley and College – 10 (25)
Farington – 25 (30)
Frenchwood and Fishwick – 27 (52)
Fulwood – 13 (24)
Gregson Lane and Coupe Green – 13 (13)
Grimsargh and Goosnargh – 14 (19)
Haslam Park – 17 (14)
Ingol – 10 (20)
Lea and Marina – 20 (27)
Leyland North – 17 (19)
Leyland South East and Buckshaw Village – 14 (24)
Leyland South West – 16 (30)
Longsands – 7 (11) Longton and Walmer Bridge – 13 (38)
Lostock Hall – 22 (22)
Lower Penwortham North – 11(20)
Lower Penwortham South – 8 (19)
Moor Park – 24 (28)
New Longton and Hutton – 11 (8)
Penwortham North – 7 (6)
Penwortham South – 13 (14)
Plungington and University – 33 (40)
Preston City Centre – 40 (27)
St George’s – 22 (26)
St Matthew’s – 34 (42)
Walton-le-Dale – 11 (21)

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Preston’s Covid case rate per 100,000 over the last seven days is 248.0, which is a decrease in previous data but makes Preston the highest infection rate across Lancashire.

England’s rate currently stands at 148.3 which is also a decrease from previous data.

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