The latest publicly available data shows cases on the whole in the city have fallen.
There were 2,351 confirmed infections in the seven days to 31 October, down 246 from the previous week.
Sheffield – like the rest of England - will enter a second lockdown from Thursday until Wednesday, 2 December.
These are the least worst hit neighbourhoods for coronavirus infections in the seven days to 29 October – the latest date for which reliable data is available.
Images are for illustrative purposes only and are not linked to the data in the article.
1. Latest available data
The data covers the seven days to 29 October.
Photo: Jonathan Gawthorpe
2. Upper Stannington and Loxley
19 cases in the seven days to 29 October. There were also 20 cases in Lower Stannington across the same period.
Photo: Jane Coltman
3. Sheffield Lane Top and Longley Park
16 cases in the seven days to 23 October.
Photo: Chris Etchells
4. Charnock and Basegreen
23 cases in the seven days to 23 October.