The number of coronavirus cases in Kent continues to drop with all areas seeing their lowest infection rates in almost four months.
All 13 districts in the county recorded a fall in the week on week rates, according to the latest government data.
The infection rate is calculated based on the number of new infections recorded in the seven days leading up to February 16, per 100,000 residents.
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The current average coronavirus infection rate for England is 128.5, putting every area in the county below this benchmark.
The infection rate for Kent as a whole is currently 71.4 with 1,130 cases of coronavirus recorded in the county.
This is down over 30 per cent compared to the previous seven day period.
Canterbury and Tonbridge and Malling continue to have an infection rate of below 50, with rates of 42.3 and 46.2 respectively.
Gravesham and Dartford have the highest rates in the county, both sitting above 100 but still below national average.
Gravesham recorded an infection rate of 114.1 and Dartford recorded an infection rate of 104.8.
The current picture across Kent
Here is the list in full. From left to right, it reads: name of local authority; rate of new cases in the seven days to February 16; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to February 16; rate of new cases in the seven days to February 9; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to February 9.
Gravesham: 114.1, (122), 133.7, (131)
Dartford: 104.8, (118), 127.9, (144)
Swale: 93.9, (141), 102.6 (154)
Ashford: 87.7, (114), 115.4, (150)
Medway: 80.4, (224), 113.4, (316)
- Folkestone and Hythe: 73.5, (83), 131, (148)
- Thanet: 70.5, (100), 109.9, (156)
Maidstone: 68.1, (117), 160, (275)
Dover: 60.9, (72), 97.3, (115)
Sevenoaks: 56.3 (68), 87, (105)
- Tunbridge Wells: 53.9, (64), 84.2 (100)
- Tonbridge and Malling: 46.2, (61), 65.8 (87)
Canterbury: 42.3, (70), 64.1, (106)