Figures from Derbyshire County Council reveal the latest Covid-19 rates in Chesterfield. Image: Pixabay.

The Covid situation in every Chesterfield neighbourhood as restrictions return amid Omicron variant fears

New figures from Derbyshire County Council show the Covid-19 infection rate in every area of Chesterfield as restrictions return to tackle the new Omicron variant.

Tuesday, 30th November 2021, 11:17 am

As of 4am today face masks are again compulsory in shops and on public transport as part of new measures to combat the spread of the variant.

According to the council’s Covid Surveillance Report, there were a total of 444 cases of Covid-19 identified by testing in Chesterfield at a rate of 423.3 per 100,000 population, in the week up to November 19.

This is a decrease from the previous week, which reported 496 cases, and is the fourth highest seven-day rate among the districts and boroughs of Derbyshire.

The average age of all cases was 34.4 and 50.5 per cent of all cases were female.

Here is the situation in every neighbourhood of Chesterfield:

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