So, the interactive map now takes us to the 7 days up to 7th January, and there are some real Covid hotspots in Cornwall.
Overall, Cornwall is listed as having 1938 cases for that period. Devon is catching up on 1717, with Torridge up to 81.
Camelford and Tresmeer is the worst part of our immediate area, on 22 cases, along with Launceston, also on 22 cases.
Further afield, St Breward, Tredethy and Lanivet hit 25 but with a high rolling rate, while Bodmin East is on 64. There are clusters around Truro, Roseland and dotted around to the west.
Here, Bude shows 8 cases, Poundstock and Kilkhampton, 10. Crackington & Tintagel reached 7. Holsworthy, Bradworthy and Welcombe sit at 9, while Hartland Coast is down to 4. Bideford south and east, however, is up to 27 for the period.
Home Secretary, Priti Patel has pledged tougher police enforcement of the rules, while all the major supermarkets have now imposed a ban on customers not wearing masks (apart from those with medical exemption).
Today, 1,243 deaths (up) were recorded, 45,533 new cases (down), and 35,075 in hospital (up).
Keep safe, people.
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