Covid-19 case rates for Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk
There have been more than three million confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK and over 90,000 people have died, government
However, these figures include only people who have died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 and other measures suggest
the number of deaths is higher.
England is in lockdown, meaning schools have closed to almost all pupils, and people have been instructed to stay at home as much
According to the latest figures, the infection rate in Tendring in Essex has fallen to 845.4 cases per 100,000 people, the 13th-highest
rate in England in the week to 16 January.
Essex had three districts in England's top 20 for case rates, but all districts saw a week-on-week fall in case rates.
All districts in Suffolk and Norfolk also had a week-on-week fall in case rates.
Below is a table showing the rate of cases per 100,000 people by council district in the week to 16 January, and the figure at the same
point the previous week.
The table below shows how many people have tested positive for coronavirus in the week to 16 January by county, and the figure for
the week before.
The table below shows how many people have died from coronavirus since the start of the pandemic.
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