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Covid cases now in every Bristol neighbourhood

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No neighbourhoods in Bristol recorded fewer than three covid cases in recent days, according to the latest government data.

The last time this happened was back in February, when England was under its third national lockdown.

In comparison, ten days ago, four neighbourhoods in Bristol had their data suppressed after fewer than three cases were confirmed.

Lawrence Weston (13 cases, infection rate 156.7) and Henbury & Brentry (19 cases, rate 165.6) recorded the city’s lowest covid rates in the seven days to July 3.

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The news comes after Bristol’s director of public health has said the number of covid cases confirmed in Bristol is expected to rise above what we have seen in previous waves.

Christina Gray said that Bristol’s infection rate reached about 500 per 100,000 at the second peak but that, by the end of this week, the city will be above 400 per 100,000.

She said national modelling, SAGE and the Government are saying that covid cases across the country will reach levels we have not seen before, and that it appears this will be the case in Bristol as well.

Below are the areas in the region with the lowest number of cases in the seven days to July 3, with the number of cases listed and followed by infection rate in brackets:

Bristol

Lawrence Weston 13 (156.7)

Henbury & Brentry 19 (165.6)

South Gloucestershire

Alveston, Olveston & Oldbury 10 (154.8)

Thornbury North 13 (159.3)

Thornbury South 11 (165.2)

Cadbury Heath South & North Common 18 (171.6)

Bradley Stoke North East 18 (174.7)

Bradley Stoke Central 22 (194.9)

North Somerset

Wrington, Felton and Dundry 5 (80.9)

Winscombe, Langford & Blagdon 8 (94.7)

Mid Worle 12 (137.1)

Weston Clarence 9 (145.7)

Weston Milton 16 (169.1)

Weston Winterstoke 16 (173)

Weston Hillside 17 (184.2)

Weston Town 21 (197.3)

Where is the data coming from?

You can see the latest national data on the government’s website.

The map displays weekly data, which are updated everyday.

The data can be viewed by local authority but also by smaller sections called ‘Middle Super Output Areas’.

The map highlights which areas of the nation have three or more confirmed cases of the virus and colour co-coordinates the areas by how many cases they have.

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