Covid generally decreasing but still lingering clusters

Surveillance indicators suggest that COVID-19 activity at a national level has decreased during week 48 between 23 and 29 November 2020.

Case rates have fallen across all age groups. The highest case rates were seen in those aged 40 to 49, with a rate of 190.3 per 100,000 population.

Case rates have fallen the most in those aged 20 to 29. In week 48 they were 171.9 per 100,000 population, compared to 240.9 in the previous week.

Case rates per 100,000 have fallen across all regions. Meanwhile, here are the local figures from the interactive map for the 7 days ending 28th November.

  • Bude, 21 cases, rolling rate 196.9
  • Poundstock and Kilkhampton, 3 cases, rolling rate of 39.7
  • Holsworthy, Bradworthy and Welcombe, 15 cases, rolling rate of 148
  • Crackington and Tintagel, 3 cases, rolling rate of 41.7
  • Camelford, numbers suppressed (fewer than 3 cases)
  • Launceston, 6 cases, rolling rate of 55
  • Hartland Coast, 14 cases, rolling rate of 215.1

Cornwall 157 cases, rolling rate of 27.5

Devon 643 cases, rolling rate 80.1

Torridge 70 cases, rolling rate of 102.5

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