Revealed: Areas with the highest and lowest Covid levels in Greater Manchester

The largest Covid-19 hotspot in the area has risen in Wigan since cases more than doubled in one neighborhood.

The ten areas with the highest infection rates are Wigan, Stockport, Bolton, Tameside and Rochdale.

In contrast, the boroughs of Manchester, Salford, Oldham and Bolton have seen the lowest prices in Greater Manchester.

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There were eight areas in the agglomeration where cases were isolated figures in the week to 11 November.

Coronavirus “hotspots” and “notspots” can be revealed on an interactive map that maps the number of positive Covid-19 test results in each district across the country using government data.

It shows the number of infections per local area, divided into residential areas of about 7,000 inhabitants.

The highest areas of Covid

Based on the number of new cases, the infection rate per 100,000 people is calculated.

Top is Astley, Blackmoor and Mosley Common In Wigan, the figure was 953.7 and 81 cases.

This was 33 additions from the previous week.

The next is Marple and Rose Hill In Stockport, the figure was 713.4 cases per 100,000 people and 52 positive cases of the virus.

In third place is Dunscar and Egerton In Bolton, where there were also 52 cases, corresponding to 697.1 cases.

The number of cases has increased by 24 since the last seven-day period.

In the Tameside neighborhood Carrbrook and Micklehurst is next in the number 650.6 and 47 in the new case.

Worsley Mesnes and Hawkley , the second Wigan area, is in fifth place with 47 cases, corresponding to 648.8.

Cheetham Fold and Gee Cross , including Tameside, saw 594.9 cases in the week before 11 November, and there were 43 cases.

Heaton Mersey In Stockport, the area that has consistently ranked among the top ten hotspots has the next infection rate per 100,000 in 592.5 and 47 cases.

Leigh West Wigan is eighth in 47 cases and 589.6.

The only district in Rochdale to be among the top ten hotspots is Spotland Bridge, where the figure was 579.3, and 49 cases of the virus were reported.

Tenth place is Tyldesley South In Wigan, 47 cases and 563.4 cases per 100,000.

The lowest areas of Covid

Area in the Notspots list North University andWhitworth Street Manchester is at its peak again.

It detected only eight cases, corresponding to 72.1 cases in the week before 11 November.

The next is Pendleton In Salford, where the number was 75 and only five virus outbreaks were recorded.

Salem In Oldham, six cases follow and 76.9 cases per 100,000 people.

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Several parts of Manchester follow Piccadilly and Ancoats ranked fourth in 19 cases and ranked 96.4.

The next is Hulme Park and St. George’s seven cases and a percentage of 103.6.

And then Belle Vue and West Gorton where its 11 cases corresponded to an infection rate of 105.7%.

Salford district Broughton Park is eighth in the ha number at 108.8 and in eight cases.

Oldham Town South is next with ten virus incidences and 112.3 infections.

Bolton area Astley Bridge and Waters Meeting was 123.2 in the week ending November 11th and 11 new cases.

The last one is Rumworth North , also in Bolton, where there were 11 cases and 124.8

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