The 10 areas of north Derbyshire with the highest Covid-19 infection rates at the end of July. Image: Pixabay.

The 10 areas of north Derbyshire with the highest Covid-19 infection rates at the end of July

National coronavirus restrictions came to an end on July 19 – but which areas in north Derbyshire were recording the highest infection rates at the end of last month?

Friday, 6th August 2021, 2:45 pm

According to Derbyshire County Council’s Covid Surveillance report, there have been a total of 591 cases of Covid-19 identified by testing in Chesterfield at a rate of 563.4 per 100,000 population, in the fortnight up to July 30.

This is a decrease from the previous 14-day period which reported 839 cases.

In Bolsover, there have been 447 cases at a rate of 554.9 per 100,000 population – a decrease from the previous 14-day period which reported 596 cases.

And in North East Derbyshire, 625 cases were identified, at a rate of 616.0 per 100,000 population. This is a decrease from the previous fortnight which reported 944 cases.

Here are the neighbourhoods in the three districts with the highest rates over this period.

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