Covid data for Devon shows where numbers are rising

New official data shows where coronavirus infection rates and cases are rising across Devon.

Robert Rowlands www.devonlive.com 

Statistics released from the Government today show there have been 142 new cases reported across the county.

That takes the total since the pandemic arrived to 12,067.

Analysis of clusters in the county – areas where more than two cases have been reported – shows where infection rates are rising, falling and staying the same.

The data for the seven days to December 26 shows that 10 areas of East Devon have seen their rate rise according to the new data.

The same is true of eight areas of Exeter, nine areas of Mid Devon, two areas of North Devon, eight areas of South Hams, six areas of Teignbridge, five areas of Torbay, six areas of Torridge and five areas of West Devon.

In addition, one new area without a cluster has emerged – Paignton Central in Torbay.

Five other areas remain cluster-free, meaning they have two cases or fewer: Oakehampton, Seaton, Totnes Town, Great Torrington and Ipplepen & Broadhempston.

The area with the most positive cases remains Chagford, Princetown and Dartmoor (64) after an outbreak at the prison.

[Owl reproduces the detailed data for East Devon and Exeter – see devonlive article for details of the remaining Devon districts]

Data from UK government released December 31, showing new confirmed cases and infection rate per 100,000 in the seven days to December 26. Note – place names that are bolded up have seen their infection rate and case numbers go up

East Devon


 
East Devon (Devon)Axminster13139.5

 
East Devon (Devon)Budleigh Salterton696.5

 
East Devon (Devon)Clyst, Exton & Lympstone11160.9

 
East Devon (Devon)Cranbrook, Broadclyst & Stoke Canon26193.1

 
East Devon (Devon)Dunkesewell, Upottery & Stockland14241.1

 
East Devon (Devon)Exmouth Brixington692.6

 
East Devon (Devon)Exmouth Halsdon13187.4

 
East Devon (Devon)Exmouth Littleham21279.5

 
East Devon (Devon)Exmouth Town8108.3

 
East Devon (Devon)Exmouth Withycombe Raleigh12161.9

 
East Devon (Devon)Feniton & Whimple19216.9

 
East Devon (Devon)Honiton North & East13214.9

 
East Devon (Devon)Honiton South & West11200

 
East Devon (Devon)Kilmington, Colyton & Uplyme447.9

 
East Devon (Devon)Ottery St Mary & West Hill27303.1

 
East Devon (Devon)Poppleford, Otterton & Woodbury348.8

 
East Devon (Devon)Seaton00

 
East Devon (Devon)Sidbury, Offwell & Beer474.1

 
East Devon (Devon)Sidmouth Sidford685.3

 
East Devon (Devon)Sidmouth Town6114.5

*Indicates there were fewer than three cases

Exeter


 
Exeter (Devon)Alphington & Marsh Barton12163.4

 
Exeter (Devon)Central Exeter17140.6

 
Exeter (Devon)Countess Wear & Topsham11142.6

 
Exeter (Devon)Exwick & Foxhayes12158.6

 
Exeter (Devon)Heavitree East & Whipton South13172.4

 
Exeter (Devon)Heavitree West & Polsloe11128.8

 
Exeter (Devon)Middlemoor & Sowton18143.4

 
Exeter (Devon)Mincinglake & Beacon Heath685.5

 
Exeter (Devon)Pennsylvania & University1194.6

 
Exeter (Devon)Pinhoe & Whipton North12128.1

 
Exeter (Devon)St James’s Park & Hoopern10104.3

 
Exeter (Devon)St Leonard’s17253

 
Exeter (Devon)St Thomas East16195.5

 
Exeter (Devon)St Thomas West13178.7

 
Exeter (Devon)Wonford & St Loye’s15181

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