All the places in Yorkshire where coronavirus is rising - and the areas where it is falling

This is the latest coronavirus rate for every local authority area in Yorkshire, listed in descending order.

Thursday, 6th August 2020, 2:04 pm
These are the infection rates for every area in Yorkshire

The figures, for the seven days up to and including August 2, are based on tests that have been carried out both in laboratories (pillar one of the Government's testing programme) and in the wider community (pillar two).

The list is based on the latest Public Health England figures.

The list shows the rate of new cases in the seven days to August 2, followed by the equivalent figure for the previous seven days to July 26.

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Week ending August 2: 49.1, week ending July 26: 48.5, rising

Data for the most recent three days (August 3-5) has been excluded as it is incomplete and likely to be revised.

The rate is expressed as the number of new cases per 100,000 population.

Week ending August 2: 30.3, week ending July 26: 39.3, falling
Week ending August 2: 25.7, week ending July 26: 21.1, rising
Week ending August 2: 16.1, week ending July 26: 5.3, rising
Week ending August 2: 14.4, week ending July 26: 14.1, rising
Week ending August 2: 13.3, week ending July 26: 17.1, falling
Week ending August 2: 12.6, week ending July 26: 5.7, rising
Week ending August 2: 11.7, week ending July 26: 11.3, rising
Week ending August 2: 10.9, week ending July 26: 0.0, rising
Week ending August 2: 5.6, week ending July 26: 7.5, falling
Week ending August 2: 3.7, week ending July 26: 1.9, rising
Week ending August 2: 2.3, week ending July 26: 4.2, falling
Week ending August 2: 1.9, week ending July 26: 3.2, falling
Week ending August 2: 1.5, week ending July 26: 1.2, rising
Week ending August 2: 1.4, week ending July 26: 4.3, falling
Week ending August 2: 0.9, week ending July 26: 0.0, rising
Week ending August 2: 0.0, week ending July 26: 2.2, falling
Week ending August 2: 0.0, week ending July 26: 5.3, falling
Week ending August 2: 0.0, week ending July 26: 0.0, stayed the same