Figures recorded in the seven days to November 27 based on tests in laboroties and in the wider community, show 14 neighbourhoods in and around Sheffield where virus cases are increasing.
It comes as the city is set to receive the new Covid-19 vaccination from next week, after Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust was named as one of the 50 hubs across the country to administer the jab.
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The number of positive cases increased by 100% in Meersbrook in the seven days to November 27 with 11 additional cases from the previous week. A total of 22 infections were recorded in the neighbourhood in the same period.
2. Swallownest and Wales
Close to Sheffield in Swallownest and Wales, the area had an additional six infections in the week ending November 27 - an increase of 85.7% on the previous week. The neighbourhood had 13 total positive cases.
3. Endcliffe and Ranmoor
Endcliffe and Ranmoor had 66.7% more infections in the seven days to November 27 with six additional infections than the previous week. The neighbourhood had a total of 15 cases.
4. Upperthorpe, Netherthorpe and Langsett
In the week ending November 27, Upperthorpe, Netherthorpe and Langsett had nine more coronavirus cases, a 60% increase from the previous week. The area has 24 confirmed positive infections.