The Covid infection rate in every Chesterfield neighbourhood as cases fall

New figures show the Covid-19 infection rate in every area of Chesterfield up to September 17.

Friday, 24th September 2021, 3:57 pm
Figures from Derbyshire County Council reveal the latest Covid-19 rates in Chesterfield. Image: Pixabay.

According to Derbyshire County Council’s Covid Surveillance report, there have been a total of 562 cases of Covid-19 identified by testing in Chesterfield at a rate of 515.7 per 100,000 population, in the fortnight up to September 17.

This is a decrease from the previous 14-day period which reported 614 cases.

The average age of all cases was 33.4 and 55.9 per cent of all cases were female.

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New Whittington recorded an infection rate of 710.8 per 100,000 during the period of September 4 to 17, according to figures by Derbyshire County Council in its latest Covid-19 Surveillance Report. Image for illustrative purposes only.

Here is the situation in every neighbourhood of Chesterfield:

Staveley recorded an infection rate of 643.6 per 100,000 during the period of September 4 to 17, according to figures by Derbyshire County Council in its latest Covid-19 Surveillance Report. Image for illustrative purposes only.
Inkersall Green and Duckmanton recorded an infection rate of 629.3 per 100,000 during the period of September 4 to 17, according to figures by Derbyshire County Council in its latest Covid-19 Surveillance Report. Image for illustrative purposes only.
Ashgate and Brockwell recorded an infection rate of 578.3 per 100,000 during the period of September 4 to 17, according to figures by Derbyshire County Council in its latest Covid-19 Surveillance Report. Image for illustrative purposes only.
Newbold recorded an infection rate of 577.4 per 100,000 during the period of September 4 to 17, according to figures by Derbyshire County Council in its latest Covid-19 Surveillance Report. Image for illustrative purposes only.
Spital and Hasland recorded an infection rate of 577.3 per 100,000 during the period of September 4 to 17, according to figures by Derbyshire County Council in its latest Covid-19 Surveillance Report. Image for illustrative purposes only.
Loundsley Green recorded an infection rate of 574 per 100,000 during the period of September 4 to 17, according to figures by Derbyshire County Council in its latest Covid-19 Surveillance Report. Image for illustrative purposes only.
Dunston recorded an infection rate of 502.4 per 100,000 during the period of September 4 to 17, according to figures by Derbyshire County Council in its latest Covid-19 Surveillance Report. Image for illustrative purposes only.
Central Chesterfield recorded an infection rate of 496.7 per 100,000 during the period of September 4 to 17, according to figures by Derbyshire County Council in its latest Covid-19 Surveillance Report. Image for illustrative purposes only.
Brookside and Walton recorded an infection rate of 442.9 per 100,000 during the period of September 4 to 17, according to figures by Derbyshire County Council in its latest Covid-19 Surveillance Report. Image for illustrative purposes only.
Boythorpe recorded an infection rate of 427.5 per 100,000 during the period of September 4 to 17, according to figures by Derbyshire County Council in its latest Covid-19 Surveillance Report. Image for illustrative purposes only.
Old Whittington recorded an infection rate of 389.7 per 100,000 during the period of September 4 to 17, according to figures by Derbyshire County Council in its latest Covid-19 Surveillance Report. Image for illustrative purposes only.
Brimington South recorded an infection rate of 363.1 per 100,000 during the period of September 4 to 17, according to figures by Derbyshire County Council in its latest Covid-19 Surveillance Report. Image for illustrative purposes only.