Wellerby recorded the highest rise in Corona Virus Cases in a week according to the latest figures.

This is according to the Public Health England map of local coronavirus cases which shows numbers for the previous seven days through October 24.

The spike in cases in recent weeks has seen Hull and East Riding put into Level 2 lockdown restrictions from 12.01am on Saturday.

The areas shaded in purple on the official government map were the highest rated severity of coronavirus cases.

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Wellery, Annlaby Common and Deringham recorded a total of 109 cases per week

WillerbyAnlaby Common and Derringham in the suburbs of Hull have shown a significant increase recently, with a total of 109.

Wellbeing was recorded at 47, up 35 from the previous week, and the area has a seven-day turnover rate of 631.1 per 100,000 residents.

The second highest number ever recorded came from Hornsea with 45 cases in the seven days through October 24. The average turnover in the region is 541.8.

Juul West showed the third highest number of cases with 42 cases.

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Areas shaded in green are considered to have a lower risk of cases.

Only four cases were recorded in Driffield Central and Beverly North within a week.

In Hull City Center, there have been 28 new cases and the turnover rate over the past seven days is 285.9 per 100,000 residents.

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Hull City Council Chairman Steve Brady said it was a “sad day” as the area prepares to close Level 2.

Unfortunately, these new measures are necessary due to the high infection rates, especially in the over 60 age group which has seen a very worrying increase in the last week.

As a result, it was imperative that we take immediate action.

“All four authorities around Humber are working together on this, but we asked the government that if things show improvement in one area, that board will be considered separately in terms of easing restrictions.

Generally, the situation will be reviewed within 28 days, but it has been clarified that measures can remain in effect for some time unless there is a drop in numbers.

“Unfortunately, the number of cases is going in the wrong direction right now.”