Figures from Public Health England show the seven-day rolling rate of new cases

These are the South Ribble areas with the highest infection rates as lockdown begins

Earlier this week reported that infections rates had fallen in every part of Lancashire, with Rossendale, Blackpool, Ribble Valley, West Lancashire, Burnley and Lancaster seeing the biggest rate change.

By Colin Ainscough
Thursday, 5th November 2020, 5:45 pm
Updated Thursday, 5th November 2020, 5:48 pm

South Ribble has [NUMBER] neighbourhoods with a coronavirus rate of over [RATE NUMBER] new cases in every 100,000 people according to the latest Public Health England data.

Figures from Public Health England show the seven-day rolling rate of new cases up to [DATE].

The infection rate across South Ribble as of [DATE], ranges from [RATE NUMBER] per 100,000 people, to above [RATE NUMBER] in some areas.

The seven–day rates are expressed per 100,000 population and are calculated by dividing the seven day count by the area population and multiplying by 100,000, the government health body have said.

Images are used for illustrative purposes only and are not linked to the data in the article.

Below are the latest infection rates for each area of the district, from lowest to highest.

Gregson Lane & Coupe Green 27 cases Rolling rate: 440.2 per 100,000 Down 11 (-28.9 per cent)

Lower Penwortham North 27 cases Rolling rate: 478.8 per 100,000 Up 5 (+22.7 per cent)

Walton-le-Dale 35 cases Rolling rate: 483.6 per 100,000 Down 11 (-23.9 per cent)

New Longton & Hutton 31 cases Rolling rate: 518.5 per 100,000 Up 10 (+47.6 per cent)

Penwortham North 39 cases Rolling rate: 727.5 per 100,000 Up 4 (+11.4 per cent)

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