Covid levels on the rise in parts of Berwick constituency - here are the figures where you live

Several areas in the Berwick constituency have seen a significant rise in coronavirus levels.

Saturday, 14th November 2020, 7:00 am
Coronavirus in Berwick constituency.

There are now only four council wards with rates of under 100 positive cases per 100,000. Seven days ago there were 10.

Data from Public Health England, published by Northumberland County Council, reveals the county-wide infection rate stands at 288.8 positive cases per 100,000.

There were 925 confirmed positive cases in the seven days up to November 11.

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There have been 35 positive cases in Druridge Bay ward over the past seven days. There are 536.4 positive cases per 100,000.

Here are the latest figures for 15 council wards in the Berwick constituency…

There have been 25 positive cases in Alnwick ward. The rate is 252.3.
There have been 13 positive cases in Berwick West with Ord. The rate is 311.4.
There have been 13 positive cases in Amble. The rate is 247.6.
There have been 10 positive cases in Shilbottle ward. The rate is 198.6.
There have been nine positive cases in Lynemouth. The rate is 200.5.
There have been eight positive cases in Longhorsley ward. The rate is 196.3 per 100,000.
There have been seven positive cases in Amble West with Warkworth. The rate is 173.5.
There have been seven positive cases in Berwick East. The rate is 144.6.
There have been five positive cases in Rothbury ward. The rate is 101.6.
There have been five positive cases in Bamburgh ward. The rate is 109.9.
There have been 0-4 positive cases in Longhoughton ward. The rate is 88.5.
There have been 0-4 positive cases in Berwick North. The rate is 65.3.
There have been 0-4 positive cases in Norham and Islandshire ward. The rate is 71.3.
There have been 0-4 positive cases in Wooler ward. The rate is 44.7.