The Preston areas where Covid is almost gone as concerns continue to grow over Indian variant

The vaccine roll out is in full swing and lockdown has been gradually lifting in Preston and across England as cases and deaths dwindle.

Friday, 14th May 2021, 10:06 am
Updated Friday, 14th May 2021, 10:26 am
The Preston areas where Covid is almost gone as concerns continue to grow over Indian variant

But with the so-called Indian variant fast becoming a cause of concern for the Government with infections identified across the UK, there are fears the roadmap out of lockdown could be threatened.

The latest figures show 13 out of 17 neighbourhoods still saw a drop in infections in the latest seven-day period, the first week of May.

Now with gyms, bars and restaurants opened up to customers again, we reveal which neighbourhoods have seen the lowest rate of cases per 100,000 people between May 1 to May 8 (In alphabetic order).

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Ashton-on-Ribble & Larches recorded an infection rate of 0-2 from May 1 to May 8.

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Brookfield & Holme Slack recorded an infection rate of 0-2 from May 1 to May 8.
Broughton & Wychnor recorded an infection rate of 0-2 from May 1 to May 8.
Cadley & College recorded an infection rate of 0-2 from May 1 to May 8.
Fulwood recorded an infection rate of 0-2 from May 1 to May 8.
Grimsargh & Goosnargh recorded an infection rate of 0-2 from May 1 to May 8.
Haslam Park recorded an infection rate of 0-2 from May 1 to May 8.
Lea & Marina recorded an infection rate of 0-2 from May 1 to May 8.
Ingol recorded an infection rate of 0-2 from May 1 to May 8.
Longsands recorded an infection rate of 0-2 from May 1 to May 8.
Moor Park recorded an infection rate of 0-2 from May 1 to May 8.
Plungington & University recorded an infection rate of 0-2 from May 1 to May 8.
St George's recorded an infection rate of 0-2 from May 1 to May 8.