Neighbourhoods in Kenilworth with the lowest Covid rates as cases continue to plummet across the town

Overall, the Warwick district's rate is still falling

Wednesday, 10th March 2021, 5:12 pm

Positive Covid-19 cases are still falling in and around Kenilworth - with two areas being classed as 'nearly Covid-free'.

The data covers the seven days up to March 4.

In that time, all the town areas showed continual decreases in cases, with the wards of Kenilworth West and Balsall Common showing fewer than three cases.

Positive Covid-19 cases are still falling in and around Kenilworth - with two areas being classed as 'nearly Covid-free'.

Overall, there were just seven new cases in Kenilworth and 99 new cases across the Warwick district in the seven-day period, a decrease of 22 per cent compared to the previous seven-day rates.

Here are the figures for Kenilworth, covering the seven days up to March 4, in order from lowest rolling rate to highest.

The rolling rate is the rate of positive cases per 100,000 people.

Kenilworth West

There were fewer than 3 cases so there is no data. This means the area is classed as 'nearly Covid free'.

Kenilworth South

Total cases: 3

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week by 2 (-40.0%)

Rolling rate: 42.0 (below the national average)

Kenilworth East

Total cases: 4

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week by 4 (-50.0%)

Rolling rate: 49.8 (below the national average)

RURAL AREAS

Balsall Common

There were fewer than 3 cases so there is no data. This means the area is classed as 'nearly Covid free'.

Kingswood & Leek Wootton

Total cases: 3

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week by 2 (-40.0%)

Rolling rate: 57.3 (below the national average)

OVERALL

Warwick district

Total cases: 99

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week by 28 (-22.0%)

Rolling rate: 68.9 (just above the national average)

Warwickshire

Total cases: 417

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week by 254 (-37.9%)

Rolling rate: 72.2 (just above the national average)