More than 20 neighborhoods in the Bristol area have recorded infection rates of more than 400, placing it in the highest category on the government map.

Public health data for England shows 23 Bristol areas recorded seven days Corona Virus The case rate is over 400 cases from October 20 to October 27.

That number has increased nearly four times since October 27, with the Only six regions record averages over 400 at that point.

Meanwhile, the number of neighborhoods in the Bristol area that recorded double digits of positive coronavirus tests has increased by more than 300 percent in recent weeks – from 16 neighborhoods at the beginning From October to 70 regions by October 24th.

According to the most recent figures, Frenchay & Great Stoke is the area in the city with the highest score (991.7) followed by Bristol City Center (833.8). The two regions recorded the same number of cases, 158.

Last week, we reported on how coronavirus cases emerged at the University of the West of England They increased by over 500 percent in just over a week.

Students at UWE began moving into the halls on the weekend of October 10, and of the 3,000 first-year students at UWE who live in halls, the majority live on Frenchay campus across a number of buildings.

This means that Two universities in Bristol are now reporting similar daily heights Of cases of infection with the Coronavirus.

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23 neighborhoods in Bristol have the highest rates of coronavirus infection

Frenchhai & Great Stock: 158 cases (Average 991.7)

Bristol city centerCases: 158 (Average 833.8)

Temple Meads: 75 cases (average 772.2)

Kingsdown & Stokes Croft: 70 cases (average 679.2)

Hot wells: 48 cases (average 646.3)

St. Paul: 86 cases (Average: 638.6)

Clifton Village: 37 cases (average 601.4)

Stock Bishop: 52 cases (average 557)

a lock: 42 cases (average 552.6)

Barton Hill: 44 cases (average 536.5)

Sherhampton & Avonmouth: 52 cases (average 527)

Bishopstone: 67 cases (average 525.8)

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Stapleton: 35 cases (average 525.2)

Sea mills: 28 cases (average 473.8)

Cutham: 44 cases (average 490.4)

Horfield: 36 cases (average 476.6)

Upper Easton: 34 cases (average 469.5)

Clifton East: 41 cases (average 454.9)

Red earth & St. Andrews: 48 cases (average 450.7)

Monks Park: 31 cases (average of 463.2)

Hengrove: 41 cases (average of 453)

Bishopsworth: 26 cases (average 438.3)

Lower Easton: 36 cases (average of 406.5)

What about other areas?

Between 20 October and 27 October, a total of 1,871 cases of coronavirus were recorded in Bristol – raising the city’s rate to 403.8, higher than the UK average. this means Bristol is now among the places hardest hit When it comes to Coronavirus cases.

In comparison, 711 positive tests were recorded in South GloucestershireAnd 453 in Bath and Northeast Somerset and 326 in North Somerset.

Every neighborhood in the region has at least three cases.

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in a North SomersetAnd Stone Clarence is the only region with a rate of over 400 (501.8), with 31 cases confirmed.

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Where does the data come from?

You can see the latest national data at Government website.

The map displays weekly data that is updated every day.

The data can be viewed by the local authority but also in smaller sections called “Super Medium Output Areas”.

The map highlights regions of the nation that have three or more confirmed cases of the virus, and the color coordinates regions according to the number of cases they have.