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ondon faces a worsening Covid-19 crisis with nearly 32,000 new cases recorded in a week, shocking numbers revealed today.

They have shown an alarming infection rate in northeast London and surrounding neighborhoods, with other areas across the city being severely affected.

  • A daily record of 6,777 new confirmed cases was announced on Wednesday and 31,882 cases in the week ending December 13th. The true figure is estimated to be several times higher, with one in three people suffering from the disease without symptoms.
  • The rate of new cases in London rose for seven days to 298.8 per 100,000 people in the week ending December 11, and to 596 in Hovering.
  • Seven boroughs have a seven-day average over 400, and the other six are Barking and Dagenham (512), Redbridge (480.3), Waltham Forest (431.1), Enfield (430.2), Newham and Bexley (both 406.4).
  • Ten neighborhoods contracted more than 1,000 new cases in the week ending 11 December; Havering (1547), Redbridge (1466), Enfield (1436), Newham (1435), Tower Hamlets (1211), Waltham Forest (1194) Barking and Dagenham (1090), Bromley (1064), Croydon (1056) and Bexley ( 1009)
  • Richmond is seeing a weekly increase in cases of 115.2%, Hammersmith and Fulham 93.5%, Lewisham 93.2%, Southwark 91.9% and Enfield 91.5%
  • Twenty-four regions are experiencing a weekly increase of more than 50 percent
  • Hospital admissions for Covid patients continue to rise, with 1,706 per week until December 13th, with 287 in the thirteenth
  • The number of Covid patients using ventilators in London hospitals rose to 291 on December 16th

“Cases are increasing in those at risk over the 1960s, and while there is a mixed picture of case numbers in various neighborhoods, we are now seeing sustained growth in nearly all of them, as well as in neighboring parts of Essex and Kent.”

“With the deployment of the vaccine already underway in London and across the country, we can now see a light at the end of the tunnel. But we still have work to do to keep us and our loved ones safe over Christmas and the New Year.”

He added, “The actions of each of us today will have a direct impact on the direction London is heading. That is why we must all unite together as one city to put pressure on the curve, reduce the rate of transition and make sure that there is no crisis in our hospitals in the coming weeks.

“To support these efforts, we are increasing the availability of testing across the city and are already running asymptomatic mass testing in 15 locations.”

Full numbers appear Richmond It witnessed 368 new cases in the week ending December 11, an increase of 197 (115.2 per cent) or 185.8. Hammersmith and Fulham 360 cases, up 174 (93.5 percent), at a rate of 194.4, Lewisham 742 cases, an increase of 358 cases (93.2%) at a rate of 242.6, Southwark 758 cases, up 363 (91.9%), at a rate of 237.7, Enfield – 1436 cases, up 686 (91.5%), at a rate of 430.2. Lambeth 785 cases, an increase of 358 cases (83.8%), a rate of 240.8, Islington 546 cases, an increase of 248 (83.2%) at a rate of 225.2, Bromley 1,064 cases, up 458 (75.6 percent), at a rate of 320.2, Wandsworth – 734 cases, an increase of 315 (75.2%) at a rate of 222.6, Camden 443 cases, up 188 (73.7%), at a rate of 164.1, Croydon – 1056 cases, an increase of 439 cases (71.2%), a rate of 273.1, Westminster – 406 cases, an increase of 166 (69.2%), a rate of 155.4, Barking and Dagenham 1,090 cases, up 445 (69 percent), at a rate of 512, and Sutton 608 cases, up 248 (68.9%) with a rate of 294.6.

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at Merton, The number of cases reached 635, an increase of 250 (64.9%) at a rate of 307.4. Tower Hamlets – 1,211 cases, an increase of 474 (64.3 percent) at a rate of 372.9, Redbridge – 1466 cases, up 571 (63.8%), with a rate of 480.3, Hovering 1,547 cases, an increase of 601 (63.5 percent) by 596, Hounslow 678 cases, an increase of 258 (61.4%) at a rate of 249.7, Brent 788 cases, an increase of 295 (59.8%), a rate of 239, Newham – 1,435 cases, an increase of 527 cases (58 percent), a rate of 406.4. Hackney and the City of London – 830 cases, an increase of 301 (56.9 percent), a rate of 285.4, Bexley – 1,009 cases, an increase of 359 cases (55.2 percent) at a rate of 406.4, Greenwich – 839 cases, an increase of 280 (50.1%) at a rate of 291.4, Haringey 773 cases, up 246 (46.7%), at a rate of 287.7, Waltham Forest 1,194 cases, an increase of 367 cases (44.4%), a rate of 431.1, Kingston 556 cases, an increase of 164 (41.8%) at a rate of 313.2, harrow 760 cases, up 222 (41.3%), at a rate of 302.6. Kensington and Chelsea 246 cases, an increase of 70 cases (39.8%), a rate of 157.6, Hillingdon 753 cases, an increase of 203 (36.9 percent), a rate of 245.4, Barnet 912 cases, an increase of 226 (32.9 percent), a rate of 230.4, and Ealing 754 cases, up 175 cases (30.2 percent), at a rate of 220.6.