The 31 Northumberland wards with the most recent positive Covid-19 cases

Statistics continue to show the majority of positive Covid-19 cases in Northumberland are in the south east of the county.

Friday, 2nd October 2020, 3:18 pm

Data from Public Health England published by Northumberland County Council reveals there were 321 positive Covid-19 cases across Northumberland in the week up to September 30.

The county-wide infection rate is 100.2 per 100,000 population.

Positive Covid-19 cases by council ward:

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Bedlington East – 14

Hirst – 12

Bywell – 12

Bedlington Central – 12

There were 14 positive Covid-19 cases in Bedlington East in the week up to September 30.

Kitty Brewster – 11

Seaton with Newbiggin West – 10

Hartley – 10

South Blyth – 9

There were 12 positive Covid-19 cases in Ashington Hirst in the week up to September 30.

Newbiggin Central and East – 9

Cramlington Village – 9

Ashington Central – 9

Amble – 9

Seghill with Seaton Delaval – 8

Isabella – 8

Wensleydale – 7

Prudhoe South – 7

Ponteland South with Heddon – 7

Ponteland North – 7

Ponteland East and Stannington – 7

Plessey – 7

Longhorsley – 7

Bothal – 7

Prudhoe North – 6

Druridge Bay – 6

Cramlington Eastfield – 6

Cramlington East – 6

Bedlington West – 6

Morpeth Kirkhill – 6

Holywell – 5

Cramlington West – 5

College – 5

Data is not available for council wards with fewer than five positive cases.

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