The figures are available to view in an interactive map.

The 12 areas of Sheffield where Covid-19 infection rates are lower than 100

Coronavirus case rates have continued to drop in the majority of neighbourhoods in and around Sheffield.

By Sophie Wills
Monday, 7th December 2020, 12:38 pm

According to an interactive map which collates data from Public Health England, these areas of the city all have rolling seven-day case rates of less than 100 per 100,000 of the population.

This is lower than the current national average of around 150.

It’s promising news for those hoping Sheffield- currently subject to Tier 3 level lockdown restrictions- will be downgraded to a lower tier on December 16.

Please note that the images in this article are for illustrative purposes only and not linked to any data.

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