Coronavirus infection rates are declining throughout the Liverpool city area, but they remain well above the national average.

Both Liverpool and Knowsley It showed a significant decrease in the number of new Covid-19 Cases have been since the second week of October while other neighborhoods have remained nearly stable during the same period.

However, while the overall infection rate in the UK continues to increase, it is still well below the levels seen at Wirral, The city area with the lowest infection rate.

The incidence rate in the United Kingdom for the week ending 24 October was 225 cases per 100,000 people, while the Wirral infection rate was 302.5 cases per 100,000 people.

Knowsley remains the most affected area in the region, but its infection rate has decreased from 730.5 cases per 100,000 residents on October 9 to 582 on October 24.

Liverpool saw a faster drop in the number of cases over the same period, from 692.3 cases per 100,000 people to 487.1, but its infection rate is still nearly twice the national average.

Just St. Helens The infection rate is higher than it was on October 9, but it appears that cases are still declining in town and it looks likely to drop below that level soon.

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