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Three areas in Preston and South Ribble record less than three Covid cases

Posted on - 16th March, 2021 - 11:09am | Author - | Posted in - Health, Politics, Preston buildings & attractions, Preston News, South Ribble News
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Three places in Preston and South Ribble have recorded less than three Covid cases in the last week.

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However, some areas have seen in increase such as Leyland North, Brookfield and Holme Slack and St George’s.

Read more: Preston’s coronavirus rate rises and Prime Minister insists Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine is safe to have

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 March to 10 March Figures for the previous week (27 February to 3 March) are shown in brackets.

Ashton-on-Ribble and Larches – 19 (9)
Bamber Bridge East – 6 (14)
Bamber Bridge West – 5 (7)
Brookfield and Holme Slack – 29 (14)
Broughton and Wychnor – 5 (6)
Cadley and College – 5 (9)
Farington – Less than 3 cases (9)
Frenchwood and Fishwick – 11 (16)
Fulwood – 9 (6)
Gregson Lane and Coupe Green – Less than 3 cases (3)
Grimsargh and Goosnargh – 6 (6)
Haslam Park – Less than 3 cases (9)
Ingol – 3 (7)
Lea and Marina – 7 (11)
Leyland North – 12 (9)
Leyland South East and Buckshaw Village – 8 (9)
Leyland South West – 11 (9)
Longsands – 6 (14)
Longton and Walmer Bridge – 10 (7)
Lostock Hall – 4 (6)
Lower Penwortham North – 9 (Less than 3 cases)
Lower Penwortham South – 8 (7)
Moor Park – 7 (7)
New Longton and Hutton – 9 (4)
Penwortham North – 3 (6)
Penwortham South – 15 (Less than 3 cases)
Plungington and University –13 (28)
Preston City Centre – 20 (13)
St George’s – 16 (9)
St Matthew’s – 25 (14)
Walton-le-Dale – 3 (4)

Read more: Preston and South Ribble’s Covid infection rates upturn during early March and legal battle begins to open indoor hospitality venues earlier than roadmap dates

Preston’s Covid case rate per 100,000 over the last seven days is 144.6, which is an increase in previous data and still makes Preston the highest infection rate across Lancashire.

England’s rate per 100,000 over the last seven days is 58.4 which is a decrease from previous data.

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