Based on tests in hospitals and the community, most recent government health figures show that nearly two dozen areas in Sheffield had a rolling rate of less than 150 in the week to February 3.
It comes as one neighbourhood in the city was nearly Covid-19 free as it reported less than three new positive cases in the most recently recorded period.
Find out where the 23 areas with the lowest rates of coronavirus infection are in Sheffield below.
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1. Springvale and Steel Bank
In the seven days to February 3, Springvale and Steel Bank had less than three new positive Covid-19 tests.
2. Endcliffe and Ranmoor
Endcliffe and Ranmoor had an average rate of 49.6 cases per 100,000 people in the week ending February 3.
3. Batemoor and Jordanthorpe
The Batemoor and Jordanthorpe neighbourhood had a rate of 62 coronavirus cases in every 100,000 people in the week ending February 3.
4. Sandygate and Crosspool
In the seven days to February 3, Sandygate and Crosspool had an average rolling rate of 63.4 infections per 100,000.