The figures, for the seven days to February 21, are based on tests carried out in laboratories (pillar one of the Government’s testing programme) and in the wider community (pillar two).

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

The figure on the LEFT is where cases currently sit, with the figure on the RIGHT being the case numbers seven days ago.

Corby, 351.7, (254), 317.1, (229)

Peterborough, 264.0, (534), 262.0, (530)

Preston, 253.6, (363), 213.8, (306)

Tamworth, 250.3, (192), 189.1, (145)

Rutland, 242.9, (97), 130.2, (52)

North Warwickshire, 234.4, (153), 177.7, (116)

Wellingborough, 229.6, (183), 199.5, (159)

Bury, 227.8, (435), 204.7, (391)

Redditch, 227.5, (194), 190.0, (162)

Fenland, 219.9, (224), 214.0, (218)

Bradford, 217.5, (1174), 192.3, (1038)

Gedling, 203.6, (240), 175.6, (207)

Charnwood, 199.1, (370), 185.6, (345)

Tameside, 197.8, (448), 197.4, (447)

Kirklees, 189.2, (832), 176.4, (776)

South Holland, 187.3, (178), 174.7, (166)

Bassetlaw, 185.6, (218), 181.3, (213)

Wakefield, 184.9, (644), 183.5, (639)

Rochdale, 179.4, (399), 173.6, (386)

Hartlepool, 179.4, (168), 154.8, (145)

Barnsley, 178.6, (441), 177.4, (438)

Blaby, 175.3, (178), 173.4, (176)

Broxtowe, 174.5, (199), 154.3, (176)

Leeds, 166.6, (1321), 157.3, (1248)

Rugby, 164.3, (179), 154.2, (168)

Oadby and Wigston, 163.1, (93), 143.8, (82)

Lancaster, 161.6, (236), 150.0, (219)

Allerdale, 154.5, (151), 147.3, (144)

Pendle, 149.8, (138), 144.4, (133)

Woking, 144.9, (146), 137.9, (139)

Southampton, 143.8, (363), 140.2, (354)

Wyre Forest, 141.2, (143), 137.2, (139)

South Tyneside, 138.4, (209), 136.4, (206)

Malvern Hills, 136.0, (107), 106.7, (84)

Sheffield, 134.7, (788), 118.8, (695)

Gosport, 133.2, (113), 109.6, (93)

South Kesteven, 132.0, (188), 110.2, (157)

North Kesteven, 128.3, (150), 123.2, (144)

Fylde, 127.5, (103), 125.0, (101)

West Lindsey, 126.5, (121), 108.7, (104)

North East Lincolnshire, 124.1, (198), 115.3, (184)

Richmondshire, 121.0, (65), 119.1, (64)

East Riding of Yorkshire, 119.3, (407), 114.0, (389)

Sedgemoor, 118.5, (146), 112.0, (138)

Thurrock, 117.6, (205), 117.0, (204)

Swindon, 115.7, (257), 94.1, (209)

Selby, 110.4, (100), 101.5, (92)

Newcastle-under-Lyme, 107.4, (139), 105.8, (137)

Cherwell, 106.3, (160), 86.4, (130)

Oxford, 106.3, (162), 99.0, (151)

Brentwood, 103.9, (80), 89.6, (69)

Warwick, 102.3, (147), 100.2, (144)

Colchester, 102.2, (199), 88.9, (173)

Derbyshire Dales, 100.9, (73), 96.8, (70)

Herefordshire, County of, 95.4, (184), 78.3, (151)

Surrey Heath, 87.3, (78), 82.9, (74)

Thanet, 86.0, (122), 68.3, (97)

Mid Sussex, 81.4, (123), 72.8, (110)

Worthing, 80.5, (89), 74.2, (82)

South Oxfordshire, 73.2, (104), 61.9, (88)

Mendip, 70.1, (81), 67.5, (78)

Mid Devon, 69.2, (57), 68.0, (56)

Dover, 67.7, (80), 57.6, (68)

South Somerset, 66.5, (112), 58.8, (99)

Craven, 66.5, (38), 54.3, (31)

Elmbridge, 65.8, (90), 65.1, (89)

Vale of White Horse, 65.4, (89), 63.2, (86)

North Norfolk, 51.5, (54), 49.6, (52)

Mid Suffolk, 40.4, (42), 37.5, (39)

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