The 15 areas in Doncaster where coronavirus rates are currently RISING

Most recent data from Public Health England documents the 15 neighbourhoods across Doncaster where coronavirus cases are going up.

Wednesday, 11th November 2020, 12:56 pm
The latest data from Public Health England shows the 15 areas in Doncaster where Covid-19 rates are rising.

The latest government health figures, which are based on data recorded in the seven days to November 5, highlights the areas in the town where Covid-19 cases are increasing.

It comes as Health Secretary Matt Hancock confirmed that Doncaster will receive mass coronavirus testing soon, after a successful pilot in Liverpool last week.

The new rapid turnaround lateral flow tests will be available to people that show no Covid-19 symptoms in an attempt to root out asymptomatic patients, which can deliver results within an hour.

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Cases in New Rossington have increased by more than half in the seven days to November 5. A total of 53 cases were recorded in the area, an increase if 18 than the week before. The data shows the number of cases have risen by 51.4%.

Find out where the 15 neighbourhoods are in Doncaster where virus cases are rising the fastest below.

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In the seven days to November 5, the number of virus positive tests increased in Intake by 40 per cent. There were 42 new cases in this period, an increase of 12 from the previous week.

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The number of coronavirus cases increased by 37 per cent in the seven days to November 5. There were 37 new Covid-19 cases in this period, an increase of 10 from the week before.
The number of Covid-19 cases have increased in Edlington by 32.7 per cent in the seven days to November 5. The area had a total of 73 new cases in this time period, with an additional 18 more than the week before.
Cases in Wheatley Hills rose by 25.9 per cent in the seven days to November 5 with 34 new positive cases recorded in the same period. This was an increase of seven new cases compared to the last week.
There was an increase in coronavirus cases by 25.7 percent in Old Cantley, Auckley and Finningley in the seven days to November 5. Cases increased by nine more than the previous week, with 44 more positive tests in total.
Cases also rose by 24% in the Tickhill and Wadworth area in the seven days to November 5. Public Health England data shows there were 31 total new cases in this period, an increase of six from the previous week.
In Hatfield East, the number of Covid-19 cases increased by 23.8 per cent in the seven days to November 5. There were 52 new cases in this period, a rise of 10 from the week before.
In the seven days to November 5, there was an increase of 22.7 per cent in the number of virus cases in Hexthorpe and Balby North. There were 27 total new cases in this period, a rise of five from the previous week.
There was a 22.5 per cent rise in the number of Covid-19 cases in the Cantley Park area in the seven days to November 5. There were 49 cases in this period, with an increase of nine more positive tests than the previous week.
Cases increased by 14.8 per cent in Askern, Campsall and Norton in the seven days to November 5. The number of virus cases rose by nine, with 70 new positive tests recorded in this period, compared to the previous week.
Cases rose by 17.9 percent in Stainforth from the seven days up to November 5. There were 33 new cases in this time frame, with an increase of five from the previous week.
In Armthorpe South, there was an increase of 13 per cent in the number of virus cases in the seven days to November 5. There were 26 new cases in this period, a rise of three more cases than the week before.
There was a rise of 9.1 per cent in Cadeby, Hickleton and Hampole, with 24 new virus cases detected in the seven days to November 5. This was an increase of two from the previous week.
Coronavirus cases rose by 3.2 per cent in Bentley Rise in the seven days to November 5. There were 32 new cases in this period, an increase of one from the previous week.