The 15 Sheffield areas where coronavirus cases are RISING

The Covid-19 infection rate may be falling across Sheffield, but there are still neighbourhoods where cases are rising.

Saturday, 21st November 2020, 3:35 pm
New data has shown were Covid-19 cases are rising in Sheffield.

New data from Public Health England, available to view on an interactive map, shows which neighbourhoods have seen an increase in coronavirus cases in the past week.

In Sheffield the infection rate now stands at 270 new cases per 100,000 people. This amounts to 1,579 new cases in the week to November 16 – the latest week for which NHS figures are available.

Data for the most recent four days (November 17-20) has been excluded as it is incomplete and does not reflect the true number of cases.

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Firth Park currently has the highest amount of Covid-19 cases, which in the past week have increased by over a half. In the seven days leading up to November 15, 32 cases were confirmed. This was up by 13 from the previous week, showing a percentage rise of 69.4.

In the week to November 9, the infection rate was 352.4 new cases per 100,000 people, which meant there were 2,064 confirmed new cases in the city.

A majority of areas in England (169 out of 315) have seen a rise in case rates.

However, the infection rate has fallen in every local authority area in South Yorkshire.

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

Cases in Walkley have also increased by more than half. In the week leading up to November 15, a total of 30 cases were recorded, up by 11 from the previous week and showing a rise of 57.9 per cent.

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This area has recorded a 32.1 per cent rise in cases after 37 were confirmed in the week leading up to November 15- up by nine cases from the previous week.
A total of 18 cases were recorded here in the week leading up to November 15, up by four cases from the previous week and showing a percentage rise of 28.6 per cent.
This area is showing a percentage rise of 26.7 in cases, after 19 were recorded in the week leading up to November 15- up by four cases from the previous week.
A total of 38 cases were recorded here during the week leading up to November 15, up by seven cases and showing a percentage rise of 22.6.
A total of 28 cases were recorded here during the week leading up to November 15, up by five cases from the previous week and showing a percentage rise of 21.7.
A total of 37 cases were recorded in this area during the week leading up to November 15, up by six cases from the previous week and showing a percentage rise of 19.4.
A total of 31 cases were recorded here during the week leading up to November 15, up by four cases from the previous week and showing a percentage rise of 14.8.
Cases in this area have rise by 11.8 per cent after 19 cases were recorded during the week leading up to November, up by two cases from the previous week.
A total of 21 cases were recorded here during the week leading up to November 15- up by two from the previous week and showing a percentage rise of 10.5.
A total of 23 cases were recorded here during the week leading up to November 15- up by two cases from the previous week and showing a percentage rise of 9.5.
A total of 30 cases were recorded here during the week leading up to November 15- up by two cases from the previous week and showing a percentage rise of 7.1.
This area is showing a 6.9 per cent rise in cases after 77 were recorded in the week leading up to November 15, up by five cases from the previous week.