Essex Covid: 23 Essex neighborhoods where covid cases are still on the rise

Covid cases are down in the vast majority of Essex, but there are still 23 neighborhoods where infections are rising.

The latest data from November 2 shows that there was a decrease of 16.5 percent in covid cases per. 100,000 people in Essex compared to the seven days earlier.

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There are currently no ‘black spots’ on the government’s interactive map of coronavirus data, which shows the areas where there are more than 800 cases per year. 100,000 people.

But while this is a good sign across the county, cases are still rising in some areas.

Southend is the district of Essex that is experiencing the most increasing cases of Covid-19 across its departments.

Here are the 23 areas where covid is rising:



Government Interactive Covid Hotspot Map November 10, 2021

Southend

Southend Central has a case rate of 314.6, an increase of 19.4 percent.

The Victoria department has increased by 50 percent, now with a case rate of 483.7.

The Westborough department has a case rate of 481.9, which is an increase of 12.5 per cent.

Prittlewell’s case rate is now 634.1, an increase of 61.9 percent.

And in West Leigh, cases have increased by 10.9 percent, meaning the department has a case rate of 539.2.

The castle point

Hadleigh North’s cases increased by 8.3 percent, reaching a case rate of 643.1.

The South Benfleet department’s cases have increased by 39.3 percent, giving it a case rate of 464.5.

And close, Canvey Island North West’s cases have increased by 61.5 percent, reaching a case rate of 493.7.

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Rochford

Further north, Rochford Town & Canewdon’s case rate has increased by 87.5 percent, giving the department a case rate of 490.8.

Ashingdon’s cases have also risen, up 16.7 percent to a case rate of 422.8.

Basildon

Moving west, Billericay Queen’s Park Department’s cases have increased by 17.5 percent, creating a case rate of 644.5.

Chelmsford and Uttlesford

Rettendon & Runwell’s case rate is currently at 510.3, an increase of 3.3 per cent.

Danbury & Bicknacre’s cases have risen 2.6 percent, while Flitch Green, Felsted & High Easter’s cases have risen 2 percent.

Harlow

A department in Harlow has seen an increase in the number of cases – Mark Hall & Templefields has a case rate of 519.0, an increase of 2.6 percent.

Braintree

West Witham’s cases have increased by 17.4 percent with a case rate of 458.9.

Braintree South has seen cases rise by 1.9 percent, and Blocking Churchstreet & Blackwater’s cases have risen by 8.1 percent.

Colchester

The Abbey Field department, which has generally been a clear black spot on the map over the past few weeks, has a case rate of 697.6, an increase of 17 percent.

Lexden’s cases have risen 7.7 percent, while cases in Central Colchester have risen 29.3 percent to a case rate of 456.8.

Mile End & Braiswick’s case percentage is currently 472.5, up 39.6 percent, and Highwoods is up 27.8 percent.

Tendring

By moving east to Tendring, the Alresford, Great Bentley & Thorrington branch has seen a 40 per cent increase in cases and reached a case rate of 515.5.

Clacton Blocking’s Elms’ case has risen 82.8 percent, leaving the department with a case rate of 611.5.

Weeley & Thorpe-le-Soken’s case rate is currently 510.6, an increase of 11.8 percent, and Harwich West & South’s cases have increased 5.1 percent with a case rate of 453.5.

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