Has lockdown worked for Chorley? Here are the neighbourhoods where Covid infections fell the fastest in the last seven days

Chorley has now been in a lockdown for more than two months - but are coronavirus cases falling everywhere?

Thursday, 11th March 2021, 1:00 pm
Updated Thursday, 11th March 2021, 2:57 pm
Here’s where Covid cases are falling the fastest in Chorley

The latest figures show 11 out of 14 neighbourhoods have seen a drop in infections in the latest seven-day period.

Here we reveal which neighbourhoods have seen the biggest drop in case rates per 100,000 people between 25 February and 04 March.

Whittle-le-Woods & Anglezarke has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 100%, from 26 February and 05 March.

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Euxton has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 77%, from 26 February and 05 March.
Chorley Town & South has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 64%, from 26 February and 05 March.
Coppull has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 58%, from 26 February and 05 March.
Chorley South West has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 57%, from 26 February and 05 March.
Croston & Mawdesley has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 57%, from 26 February and 05 March.
Chorley East has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 50%, from 26 February and 05 March.
Brindle & Withnell has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 40%, from 26 February and 05 March.
Adlington & Rivington has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 36%, from 26 February and 05 March.
Clayton-le-Woods has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 30%, from 26 February and 05 March.
Chorley West has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 10%, from 26 February and 05 March.
Chorley North has seen rates of positive Covid cases not change, from 26 February and 05 March.
Eccleston & Charnock Richard has seen rates of positive Covid cases not change, from 26 February and 05 March.
Clayton Brook has seen rates of positive Covid cases rise by 50%, from 26 February and 05 March.