Coronavirus: Case rates in Devon and Cornwall

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Here are the latest rates of cases of Covid-19 in Devon and Cornwall.

The figures are the number of coronavirus cases per 100,000 people in the seven days up to and including 18 January, with the week before shown in brackets for comparison.

The breakdown of the figures by local authority area is:

  • Cornwall – 236.4 (down from 313.4)
  • Plymouth – 319.7 (up from 309.0)
  • Exeter – 222.2 (down from 284.6)
  • Mid Devon – 151.9 (down from 270.9)
  • East Devon – 161.3 (down from 266.6)
  • Torbay – 214.3 (down from 261.3)
  • Teignbridge – 214.7 (down from 234.0)
  • South Hams – 159.8 (down from 188.5)
  • West Devon – 179.2 (up from 127.2)
  • North Devon – 69.0 (down from 123.5)
  • Torridge – 58.6 (down from 99.6)

For comparison, the figure for England is 452.5.

For a more detailed look at coronavirus where you live, use the BBC’s postcode checker:

East Devon (latest)

Figures were updated on 22 January and come from the government’s coronavirus dashboard.

126 cases per 100,000 people in the latest week 15 Jan-21 Jan. The average area in England had 355.

185 cases in the latest week 15 Jan-21 Jan, down 154 compared with the previous week

3,467 total cases to 25 Jan