New coronavirus cases broken down by local area


The latest figures have been released showing which local areas are currently the worst affected by Covid-19 and how these figures compare to the previous week.

The map, produced by Public Health England, has been updated to show where the new coronavirus cases have been recorded during the 7 day period ending November 11th.

The map breaks down areas by 'middle super output areas' and highlights that Mobberley, Plumley and High Legh is currently of the worst affected in our local area with an infection of 559.9 per 100,000 people.

These latest figures from Public Health England show the number of cases during the 7 day period and the infection rate per 100,000 people.

• Alderley Edge and Chelford – 32 386.6 (23.1%)

• Handforth and Dean Row – 39 358.8 (50%)

• Mobberley, Plumley and High Legh – 67 559.9 (97.1%)

• Wilmslow Town – 22 313.8 (-18.5%)

• Lacey Green and Wilmslow Park - 28 424 (75%)

• Fulshaw Park and Lindow - 18 249 (-28%)

• Prestbury and Adlington - 12 234.6 (33.3%)

% = change from previous 7 day period.

During this seven day period, Cheshire East had 961 cases, which represents a 22.6% increase on the previous 7 days. The infection rate per 100,000 is 250.2.



Here's what readers have had to say so far. Why not add your thoughts below.

Andy Brown
Tuesday 17th November 2020 at 6:54 pm
I'd like to see how many of these numbers are concentrated in care homes.
Duncan Herald
Wednesday 18th November 2020 at 9:30 am
Why the lumping together?
Do A/E and Chelford have that much in common?
Pete Taylor
Wednesday 18th November 2020 at 1:27 pm
@Duncan Herald; instead of asking here, why not ask Google?
Duncan Herald
Thursday 19th November 2020 at 2:52 pm
because I trust 'here'.
Pete Taylor
Friday 20th November 2020 at 5:45 pm
@ Duncan but until someone like me comes along and points you in the right direction, you will not get an answer "here".

Lisa runs this (and the Wilmslow site) alone, she can't be expected to answer random questions from everybody who logs in.

It took me ten seconds to find your answer.
Duncan Herald
Sunday 22nd November 2020 at 10:45 am
Good Morning Pete,
I would not expect Lisa to answer; why would I?
I was hoping some informed citizen would give an answer.
As to no answer, well I'm used to not getting answers from Cheshire East etc. They are much too busy to answer questions from me and other citizens.
Shall we put that claim to the test? By my asking who was behind the new flower-beds/tubs in the park (aka playing field) and how much did it cost and who paid for it and was there any consultation?
Merry Xmas
Duncan Herald
Saturday 28th November 2020 at 2:17 pm
Well Pete,
what do you think? A full working week has passed, but alas no answers to my questions.
Such is life?
By he way, what do you think of the abovementioned tubs?