Across Sheffield, two areas are also classed as nearly Covid-19 free as they documented less than three more virus infections in the week to February 9 – meaning there is not enough Government data to calculate a rolling rate or total number of new cases for the neighbourhood.
Coronavirus tests in the community and in hospitals in the latest seven day recording period shows there are 21 areas in the city with less than 10 new infections – as the city’s rate of infection continues to fall.
To find out where the neighbourhoods with the lowest number of Covid-19 are located around Sheffield, read the article below.
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1. Heeley and Newfield Green
Heeley and Newfield Green had less than three new Covid-19 infections in the seven days to February 9.
2. Springvale and Steel Bank
Fewer than three residents tested positive for coronavirus in the Springvale and Steel Bank area in the week ending February 9.
In the seven days to February 9, Hackenthorpe had three new virus cases.
4. Devonshire Quarter
A total of three people in the Devonshire Quarter contracted Covid-19 in the week ending February 9.