Latest number of Covid-19 cases where you live Leamington, Warwick and Kenilworth - one ward is now in the 'high' band

Most wards are still below the national average with some seeing a decrease in cases

Tuesday, 10th November 2020, 4:59 pm
Updated Tuesday, 10th November 2020, 5:00 pm

Some areas in the Warwick district have seen decreases in the number of positive Covid-19 cases over the latest seven-day period.

But one area - Leamington Brunswick - has moved into the highest 'band' with 46 cases, which means its rolling rate per 100,000 people is above 400 (Leamington Brunswick is 420.6).

Most areas across Leamington, Warwick and Kenilworth are still below the national averages when it comes to the roilling number of the seven–day rates which are expressed per 100,000 population (calculated by dividing the seven day count by the area population and multiplying by 100,000).

The Government map of Covid-19 cases. The darker the colour, the higher the rates. Leamington Brunswick can be seen in the dark red colour - the highest band on the chart.
The Government map of Covid-19 cases. The darker the colour, the higher the rates. Leamington Brunswick can be seen in the dark red colour - the highest band on the chart.

The figures are supplied by the Government and cover the seven days up to November 4.

Here are some of the wards in our area:

LEAMINGTON, LILLINGTON AND WHITNASH

Leamington Brunswick

Cases over seven days up to November 4th: 46

This is an increase of 7 (17.9%) compared to the previous week

The area has a rolling rate of 420.6 which is above the national average - it is only district in the area in the 'high' band

Leamington East and Sydenham

Cases over seven days up to November 4th: 36

This is a decrease of 15 (29.4%) compared to the previous week

The area has a rolling rate of 324.9 which is below the national average

Leamington Central and North

Cases over seven days up to November 4th: 33

This is a decrease of 28 (-45.9%) compared to the previous week

The area has a rolling rate of 241.3 which is below the national average

Leamington West and Milverton

Cases over seven days up to November 4th: 14

This is a decrease of 9 (-39.1%) compared to the previous week

The area has a rolling rate of 145.1 which is below the national average

Lillington

Cases over seven days up to November 4th: 16

This is an increase of 5 (45.5%) compared to the previous week.

The area has a rolling rate of 292 which is below the national average

Whitnash

Cases over seven days up to November 4th: 29

This is an increase of 3 (11.5%) compared to the previous week.

The area has a rolling rate of 295.5 which is below the national average

WARWICK

Warwick South East, Myton and Heathcote

Cases over seven days up to November 4th: 36

This is an increase of 15 (125%) compared to the previous week.

The area has a rolling rate of 309 which is above the national average

Warwick North

Cases over seven days up to November 4th: 25

This is an increase of 12 (92.3%) compared to the previous week.

The area has a rolling rate of 297.3 which is below the national average

Warwick South East, Myton and Heathcote

Cases over seven days up to November 4th: 36

This is an increase of 20 (125%) compared to the previous week

The area has a rolling rate of 309.5 which is below the national average

Warwick South West and Aylesford

Cases over seven days up to November 4th: 12

This is an increase of 2 (14.3%) compared to the previous week

The area has a rolling rate of 127.1 which is below the national average

Bishops Tachbrook, Barford and Hatton Park

Cases over seven days up to November 4th: 17

This is a decrease of 4 (19%) compared to the previous week

The area has a rolling rate of 175.1 which is below the national average

KENILWORTH

Kenilworth West

Cases over seven days up to November 4th: 14

This is the same as last week.

The area has a rolling rate of 187.9 which is below the national average

Kenilworth South

Cases over seven days up to November 4th: 11

This is an increase of 4 (57.1%) compared to the previous week.

The area has a rolling rate of 154.1 which is below the national average

Kenilworth East

Cases over seven days up to November 4th: 13

This is a decrease of 2 (18.2%) compared to the previous week.

The area has a rolling rate of 162 which is below the national average

RURAL

Cubbington, Stoneleigh & Radford Semele

Cases over seven days up to November 4th: 17

This is a decrease of 10 (-37%) compared to the previous week.

The area has a rolling rate of 131.5 which is below the national average

Kingswood and Leek Wootton

Cases over seven days up to November 4th: 15

This is an increase of 6 (66.7%) compared to the previous week.

The area has a rolling rate of 283 which is below the national average