The larger Manchester neighborhoods where Covid is soaring

The region’s hardest-hit Covid-19 hotspot is a neighborhood in Rochdale, recent figures have revealed.

Trafford, the borough that has consistently topped the table for the highest overall infection rates, now has no areas in the ten most affected localities.

Instead, it is dominated by parts of Rochdale, Bury, Tameside and Wigan.

Meanwhile, neighborhoods in Bolton, Manchester, Oldham, Salford and Tameside are recording the lowest prices in the region.

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Five areas saw cases in singles in the week leading up to November 2nd.

The region’s Covid-19 hotspots and ‘notspots’ have been identified through an interactive map, which maps the number of positive test results in each neighborhood across the country using government data.

It shows the number of infections per local area, divided into neighborhoods with about 7,000 people.

The number of new cases is then used to calculate the infection rate per 100,000 people.

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Top for the week to November 2 is Deep in Rochdale, where there were 88 new cases of the virus – 51 more than the previous week, an increase of 137 per cent.

This corresponds to an infection rate of 881.5 per 100,000 inhabitants.

In second place is Sedgley Park in Bury, where the infection rate is 826, where 80 people tested positive for coronavirus.

Nuttall and Tottington , also in Bury, is third with a rate of 794.3 and 59 new cases.

It is followed by another Bury neighborhood, Whitefield West and Park Lane , which registered 55 cases of Covid-19.

This corresponds to a local infection rate of 793.3 per 100,000 people.

Summer seat , a Bury neighborhood that has previously appeared in the top ten hotspots, is in fifth place with a rate of 749.5.

It saw 43 new cases, no change from the previous week.

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Nearby Ramsbottom is the next with a rate of 715.4 and 63 people testing positive for Covid-19.

In seventh place is Hooley Bridge and the North West in Rochdale, which recorded 43 new cases and a rate of 697.8.

Next is Littleborough North and Calderbook in Rochdale, which in the week to November 2 had a rate of 679.4.

It registered 44 new cases, an increase of 14 from the previous seven days.

Carrbrook and Micklehurst in Tameside is in ninth place with a rate of 678.3 per. 100,000 and 49 new cases – an increase of 29.

Finally Wigan Central is in tenth place with 53 new cases and a local infection rate of 675.2.

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At the other end of the scale, Rumworth North in Bolton has the region’s lowest rate, standing at 45.4 with only four recorded cases.

In second place is the neighbor Rumworth south with six cases – a decrease of 12 compared to the previous week – and a rate of 71.4.

That University North and Whitworth Street The Manchester area comes with eight new cases and a rate of 72.1.

Oldham Town South is in fourth place with eight cases and a rate of 89.8 per. 100,000.

Another Oldham downtown area, Alexandra Park , registered 13 new cases of the virus and a local rate of 106.7.

Bush in Oldham is the next with 11 occurrences of Covid-19, resulting in an infection rate of 117.

In seventh place is Langworthy Buile Hill in Salford, where the rate was 145.7 with ten new cases recorded.

Droylsden Vest in Tameside comes with nine cases and a rate of 146.3 per. 100,000 inhabitants.

Another Bolton neighborhood, Lostock and Ladybridge , also appears in the ‘notspots’ list with 11 new cases and a rate of 149.9.

Finally is Chadderton North in Oldham, where the frequency was 150 and 11 people were tested positive for Covid-19.

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