According to the latest Government data released by Public Health England, the 10 areas are now reporting infection rates more than 400 cases per 100,000 people.
In Darnall, the infection rate continues to rise as 48 confirmed cases were reported in the suburb, an increase of 54.8 percent in the seven days to January 12 (the latest data made available).
This brings the infection rate in the area to 561.9 cases, the highest in Sheffield.
However, Crookes has one of the lowest infection rates in the country as it successfully managed to keep the rate down, with only 80.2 cases per 100,000 people.
As of January 12, it only recorded five cases, a drop by six cases from the previous week.
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Darnall has an infection rate of 561.9 after it recorded a further 48 positive cases, an increase of 17 cases or 54.8 per cent.
2. Crabtree and Fir Vale
Crabtree and Fir Vale has an infection rate of 556.5 after it recorded 55 new cases, an increase of 24 cases or 77.4%.
3. Norfolk Park
Norfolk Park has an infection rate of 542.3 after a further 41 positive cases were recorded in the area, an increase by nine cases or 28.1 percent.
Although Birley did not record any increase in positive cases in the previous week, the infection rate remains high at 479.7 with 53 cases.