Latest coronavirus figures for each area of England show 13 places not in Tier 3 but where cases are rising worryingly fast.

Some of the emerging hotspots have seen cases nearly double and others are up by almost 50% – but none are so far in the strictest ‘very high’ category of the three-tier system.

While the North West and Yorkshire remain the worst-hit areas, as the full list of areas below shows, the Midlands is fast emerging as the next area of major concern.

The latest stats show the rolling seven-day rate per 100,000 people of new cases for the seven days to October 26.

In the borough of Charnwood in Leicestershire – containing Loughborough which is going into Tier 2 from tomorrow, the case rate has increased from 315.3 in the previous seven day period – 586 cases in total – to 494.5 – 919 cases in total.

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In South Staffordshire, which is also going into Tier 2 from tomorrow, the case rate has increased from 237.5 in the previous seven day period – 267 cases – to 401.1 – 451 cases.

And in Bristol, where on Wednesday the Mayor Marvin Rees invented a ‘Tier 1-plus’ coronavirus level not seen anywhere else in the country, the case rate has increased from 263.9 in the previous seven day period – or 1,223 cases in total – to 385.0 – or 1,784 cases in total.

Among places experiencing sharp rises in case that are not in Tier 3, are Charnwood – which is in Tier 2; South Staffordshire – Tier 2; Bristol – Tier ‘1+’; Gateshead – Tier 2; North East Lincolnshire – Tier 2; North East Derbyshire – Tier 2; Derby – Tier 2; South Derbyshire – Tier 2; Cannock Chase – Tier 2; Chesterfield – Tier 2; Walsall – Tier 2; Erewash – Tier 2 and Hull – Tier 2.

Scroll through the list in full below to see where your area ranks in the latest figures.

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The figures, for the seven days to October 26, are based on tests carried out in laboratories – pillar one of the Government’s testing programme – and in the wider community – pillar two.

Data for the most recent four days, October 27 to 30, has been excluded as it is incomplete and does not reflect the true number of cases.

Blackburn with Darwen continues to have the highest rate in England, with 1,150 new cases recorded in the seven days to October 26 – the equivalent of 768.2 cases per 100,000 people.

This is up from 635.3 cases per 100,000 in the seven days to October 19.

Derby City Centre, which is in becoming a new Covid hotspot
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Oldham has the second highest rate, up from 507.8 to 703.5, with 1,668 new cases.

Wigan is in third place, where the rate has risen from 495.0 to 687.3, with 2,259 new cases.

Other areas recording big jumps in case rates include Doncaster (up from 400.8 to 568.5, with 1,773 new cases); and Mansfield (up from 212.2 to 376.9, with 412 new cases).

The list is based on Public Health England data published on October 30 on the Government’s  coronavirus  dashboard.

Bristol City centre where shoppers have been slow to return after the Coronavirus pandemic lockdown was eased
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It comes as official papers today reveal the coronavirus second wave is now almost certainly worse than the government’s “worst-case scenario ”.

SAGE experts are convinced that a new national lockdown is the only chance of “saving Christmas”, believing it is now inevitable that the whole country will end up in some form of lockdown if we are to prevent more than 500 Covid deaths a day over Winter.

But scientists warn the current expansion of Tier 3 will still not be enough to combat the virus.

Tory ministers are refusing calls to impose a full-blown national lockdown like in France but have not ruled out a new, even stricter Tier 4.

And while the UK coronavirus R rate has dropped for a second week, it is still as high as 1.5 in some areas.

The list of infection rates in full – number on right 7 days to October 19

Blackburn with Darwen 768.2 (1150), 635.3 (951)

Oldham 703.5 (1668), 507.8 (1204)

Wigan 687.3 (2259), 495.0 (1627)

Salford 610.8 (1581), 518.5 (1342)

Rochdale 591.7 (1316), 541.3 (1204)

Rossendale 589.0 (421), 609.9 (436)

Bolton 569.6 (1638), 475.7 (1368)

Doncaster 568.5 (1773), 400.8 (1250)

Bury 550.8 (1052), 439.8 (840)

Tameside 533.3 (1208), 393.4 (891)

Hyndburn 518.2 (420), 431.9 (350)

Rotherham 517.7 (1374), 416.7 (1106)

Knowsley 513.7 (775), 662.9 (1000)

Barnsley 504.3 (1245), 493.0 (1217)

Manchester 498.3 (2755), 462.3 (2556)

Charnwood 494.5 (919), 315.3 (586)

Bradford 491.1 (2651), 423.7 (2287)

Blackpool 484.1 (675), 474.7 (662)

Preston 482.1 (690), 424.8 (608)

Pendle 475.5 (438), 433.2 (399)

Trafford 444.9 (1056), 351.8 (835)

Stockport 444.8 (1305), 315.9 (927)

Sheffield 442.3 (2587), 438.9 (2567)

Nottingham 439.5 (1463), 566.5 (1886)

Stockton-on-Tees 437.3 (863), 399.3 (788)

Liverpool 435.3 (2168), 575.9 (2868)

Warrington 432.4 (908), 352.8 (741)

Wakefield 431.2 (1502), 343.9 (1198)

West Lancashire 427.8 (489), 451.4 (516)

Ribble Valley 427.0 (260), 486.1 (296)

St Helens 425.3 (768), 466.3 (842)

South Ribble 418.8 (464), 377.3 (418)

Wyre 414.8 (465), 364.0 (408)

Kirklees 413.2 (1817), 328.1 (1443)

Gedling 413.1 (487), 409.7 (483)

Leeds 411.9 (3267), 401.4 (3184)

Calderdale 411.4 (870), 354.7 (750)

Burnley 403.7 (359), 497.1 (442)

South Staffordshire 401.1 (451), 237.5 (267)

Bristol 385.0 (1784), 263.9 (1223)

Gateshead 384.1 (776), 262.8 (531)

North East Lincolnshire 378.5 (604), 272.6 (435)

Mansfield 376.9 (412), 212.2 (232)

Sefton 375.5 (1038), 446.8 (1235)

Chorley 373.0 (441), 320.6 (379)

North East Derbyshire 372.6 (378), 265.1 (269)

Rushcliffe 370.0 (441), 385.1 (459)

Middlesbrough 359.6 (507), 363.9 (513)

Fylde 350.3 (283), 339.2 (274)

Derby 344.3 (886), 200.5 (516)

South Derbyshire 344.0 (369), 207.0 (222)

Cannock Chase 343.4 (346), 230.2 (232)

Chesterfield 343.2 (360), 181.1 (190)

Broxtowe 342.9 (391), 338.5 (386)

Leicester 342.7 (1214), 235.4 (834)

Bolsover 336.4 (271), 225.9 (182)

Walsall 336.3 (960), 235.0 (671)

Derby City Centre, as the region prepares to enter Tier 2
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Erewash 333.7 (385), 257.4 (297)

Sunderland 327.7 (910), 300.0 (833)

Newcastle upon Tyne 325.9 (987), 299.2 (906)

Hartlepool 325.6 (305), 327.8 (307)

Bassetlaw 323.5 (380), 245.2 (288)

Sandwell 317.9 (1044), 223.5 (734)

Hull 317.6 (825), 169.0 (439)

Stoke-on-Trent 315.9 (810), 221.6 (568)

Lancaster 314.3 (459), 412.9 (603)

Ashfield 312.7 (400), 261.9 (335)

Oadby and Wigston 310.4 (177), 282.4 (161)

Halton 309.9 (401), 333.0 (431)

High Peak 296.8 (275), 207.2 (192)

Newcastle-under-Lyme 295.9 (383), 198.5 (257)

Redcar and Cleveland 294.6 (404), 315.0 (432)

North Tyneside 294.4 (612), 218.8 (455)

Darlington 293.1 (313), 297.7 (318)

Blaby 290.6 (295), 159.6 (162)

Tamworth 289.5 (222), 146.0 (112)

North Warwickshire 285.0 (186), 170.1 (111)

County Durham 278.8 (1478), 329.6 (1747)

Lincoln 277.9 (276), 180.3 (179)

Birmingham 276.4 (3156), 240.6 (2747)

Wirral 273.4 (886), 290.1 (940)

East Riding of Yorkshire 273.2 (932), 189.3 (646)

East Staffordshire 267.2 (320), 159.5 (191)

Staffordshire Moorlands 264.1 (260), 206.2 (203)

Dudley 260.6 (838), 163.9 (527)

Amber Valley 254.4 (326), 206.0 (264)

Wolverhampton 251.0 (661), 197.8 (521)

Barrow-in-Furness 244.6 (164), 281.9 (189)

Harrogate 243.7 (392), 164.8 (265)

Stafford 243.3 (334), 162.4 (223)

Carlisle 242.9 (264), 199.7 (217)

York 240.7 (507), 307.2 (647)

South Gloucestershire 235.4 (671), 130.1 (371)

Lichfield 234.8 (246), 164.2 (172)

South Tyneside 231.8 (350), 233.1 (352)

Cheshire West and Chester 231.1 (793), 203.7 (699)

Solihull 229.2 (496), 225.5 (488)

Cheshire East 225.4 (866), 177.8 (683)

Hammersmith and Fulham 223.6 (414), 177.2 (328)

Ealing 221.8 (758), 182.9 (625)

Telford and Wrekin 219.6 (395), 168.5 (303)

Warwick 218.4 (314), 168.3 (242)

Bath and North East Somerset 217.8 (421), 120.0 (232)

Newark and Sherwood 214.0 (262), 178.1 (218)

Selby 209.7 (190), 200.8 (182)

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 208.4 (824), 156.8 (620)

Coventry 206.4 (767), 192.5 (715)

North Lincolnshire 200.8 (346), 172.4 (297)

Breckland 200.0 (280), 74.3 (104)

Nuneaton and Bedworth 198.6 (258), 117.0 (152)

Kingston upon Thames 197.7 (351), 161.7 (287)

Hounslow 196.3 (533), 155.4 (422)

Portsmouth 193.6 (416), 156.8 (337)

South Bucks 192.7 (135), 161.3 (113)

Redbridge 192.6 (588), 137.3 (419)

East Lindsey 190.5 (270), 117.8 (167)

Northumberland 187.9 (606), 178.3 (575)

Hambleton 187.8 (172), 133.2 (122)

North West Leicestershire 182.4 (189), 113.9 (118)

Bromsgrove 182.2 (182), 176.2 (176)

Eden 182.1 (97), 184.0 (98)

Redditch 180.6 (154), 122.0 (104)

Luton 179.3 (382), 141.3 (301)

Havering 179.2 (465), 129.8 (337)

Broxbourne 177.8 (173), 124.4 (121)

Hillingdon 177.3 (544), 145.3 (446)

Brentwood 176.6 (136), 120.7 (93)

Hinckley and Bosworth 175.9 (199), 131.7 (149)

Slough 175.9 (263), 165.2 (247)

Derbyshire Dales 175.6 (127), 154.9 (112)

Hackney and City of London 175.0 (509), 167.8 (488)

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Thurrock 174.9 (305), 132.5 (231)

Harborough 174.8 (164), 130.1 (122)

Cambridge 173.9 (217), 158.7 (198)

Melton 173.8 (89), 121.1 (62)

Tower Hamlets 173.1 (562), 139.5 (453)

Northampton 172.3 (387), 142.0 (319)

Newham 170.8 (603), 138.8 (490)

Brighton and Hove 169.8 (494), 103.8 (302)

South Holland 169.4 (161), 105.2 (100)

Cherwell 166.1 (250), 89.7 (135)

West Lindsey 165.2 (158), 85.7 (82)

Craven 162.8 (93), 175.0 (100)

Haringey 162.3 (436), 135.1 (363)

Richmond upon Thames 162.1 (321), 158.1 (313)

Great Yarmouth 162.1 (161), 116.8 (116)

Runnymede 161.0 (144), 98.4 (88)

Worcester 160.0 (162), 101.8 (103)

Hertsmere 159.2 (167), 102.0 (107)

Enfield 159.1 (531), 145.9 (487)

Richmondshire 158.2 (85), 111.7 (60)

Waltham Forest 155.6 (431), 113.0 (313)

Barking and Dagenham 155.5 (331), 120.7 (257)

Watford 155.3 (150), 129.4 (125)

Lambeth 154.3 (503), 128.5 (419)

Plymouth 154.1 (404), 121.7 (319)

Crawley 153.9 (173), 62.3 (70)

Barnet 153.6 (608), 120.5 (477)

Basildon 152.8 (286), 117.5 (220)

Eastleigh 152.0 (203), 93.6 (125)

Boston 151.1 (106), 111.2 (78)

Westminster 150.8 (394), 116.7 (305)

Merton 150.6 (311), 105.5 (218)

Wellingborough 150.6 (120), 128.0 (102)

Wandsworth 149.8 (494), 124.4 (410)

Islington 149.7 (363), 124.6 (302)

Rugby 149.6 (163), 116.6 (127)

Kensington and Chelsea 149.2 (233), 141.5 (221)

North Somerset 147.4 (317), 87.4 (188)

South Kesteven 146.7 (209), 116.6 (166)

Harrow 146.5 (368), 133.0 (334)

Copeland 143.7 (98), 88.0 (60)

Swale 143.3 (215), 108.6 (163)

Stratford-on-Avon 143.0 (186), 120.7 (157)

Epping Forest 142.8 (188), 112.4 (148)

Torbay 141.6 (193), 115.2 (157)

Southwark 140.2 (447), 105.4 (336)

Windsor and Maidenhead 138.7 (210), 132.7 (201)

Epsom and Ewell 137.7 (111), 98.0 (79)

Colchester 137.1 (267), 106.3 (207)

Peterborough 136.0 (275), 98.9 (200)

Bexley 135.7 (337), 88.6 (220)

Shropshire 135.5 (438), 87.3 (282)

Southampton 135.0 (341), 82.8 (209)

Swindon 134.6 (299), 81.5 (181)

East Northamptonshire 134.4 (127), 85.7 (81)

Scarborough 134.2 (146), 101.1 (110)

Oxford 132.5 (202), 133.8 (204)

Exeter 132.4 (174), 184.9 (243)

North Kesteven 130.9 (153), 108.6 (127)

South Northamptonshire 130.2 (123), 111.1 (105)

West Oxfordshire 129.2 (143), 79.5 (88)

Winchester 128.9 (161), 91.3 (114)

Mole Valley 128.4 (112), 91.7 (80)

Wyre Forest 128.3 (130), 81.0 (82)

Waverley 128.2 (162), 103.7 (131)

Guildford 128.2 (191), 92.6 (138)

Bromley 127.6 (424), 95.7 (318)

Rushmoor 124.7 (118), 138.5 (131)

Elmbridge 124.3 (170), 152.1 (208)

Brent 123.1 (406), 111.6 (368)

Stevenage 122.9 (108), 64.9 (57)

Croydon 122.8 (475), 85.9 (332)

South Lakeland 122.8 (129), 141.8 (149)

Sutton 122.1 (252), 107.1 (221)

Three Rivers 121.1 (113), 126.4 (118)

Camden 120.0 (324), 130.7 (353)

Thanet 119.8 (170), 57.8 (82)

Greenwich 119.5 (344), 91.7 (264)

Reading 119.3 (193), 106.9 (173)

Spelthorne 119.2 (119), 83.1 (83)

Wychavon 119.0 (154), 95.0 (123)

Dartford 116.3 (131), 68.4 (77)

Welwyn Hatfield 116.2 (143), 101.6 (125)

Daventry 115.2 (99), 76.8 (66)

Milton Keynes 115.0 (310), 67.9 (183)

Chichester 113.9 (138), 47.1 (57)

Bracknell Forest 113.4 (139), 79.2 (97)

Woking 113.1 (114), 102.2 (103)

Aylesbury Vale 112.8 (225), 85.2 (170)

Chiltern 112.6 (108), 91.7 (88)

Bedford 112.5 (195), 83.1 (144)

Norwich 111.0 (156), 115.2 (162)

Dorset 110.2 (417), 81.4 (308)

Gravesham 109.4 (117), 67.3 (72)

Dacorum 108.6 (168), 84.6 (131)

Fareham 108.4 (126), 75.7 (88)

West Suffolk 108.4 (194), 65.3 (117)

Lewisham 108.2 (331), 82.1 (251)

East Hertfordshire 108.2 (162), 88.8 (133)

Kettering 108.1 (110), 101.2 (103)

Allerdale 107.4 (105), 71.6 (70)

Castle Point 107.3 (97), 125.0 (113)

Gosport 107.3 (91), 28.3 (24)

Test Valley 106.2 (134), 72.1 (91)

New Forest 106.1 (191), 76.1 (137)

South Oxfordshire 105.6 (150), 74.6 (106)

Gloucester 104.5 (135), 76.7 (99)

Malvern Hills 102.9 (81), 71.2 (56)

Cotswold 102.4 (92), 70.1 (63)

Rutland 100.2 (40), 120.2 (48)

Canterbury 99.2 (164), 52.6 (87)

Wiltshire 97.2 (486), 73.4 (367)

Ipswich 97.1 (133), 69.4 (95)

Southend-on-Sea 96.7 (177), 77.0 (141)

Sedgemoor 96.6 (119), 68.2 (84)

St Albans 95.7 (142), 79.5 (118)

Babergh 95.6 (88), 59.8 (55)

Herefordshire 95.4 (184), 60.2 (116)

Wokingham 95.3 (163), 90.6 (155)

Medway 94.8 (264), 54.2 (151)

Tandridge 94.2 (83), 84.0 (74)

Chelmsford 93.6 (167), 83.0 (148)

Reigate and Banstead 92.1 (137), 80.0 (119)

Hart 91.7 (89), 62.8 (61)

East Hampshire 90.8 (111), 53.1 (65)

Basingstoke and Deane 90.6 (160), 67.4 (119)

Mid Sussex 90.1 (136), 48.3 (73)

West Berkshire 89.0 (141), 63.7 (101)

Vale of White Horse 89.0 (121), 75.7 (103)

Wycombe 88.8 (155), 88.8 (155)

Havant 88.7 (112), 51.5 (65)

Lewes 87.2 (90), 53.3 (55)

Surrey Heath 86.2 (77), 92.9 (83)

Harlow 86.1 (75), 65.5 (57)

Worthing 85.9 (95), 56.1 (62)

Eastbourne 85.8 (89), 57.8 (60)

Forest of Dean 85.3 (74), 62.2 (54)

Rochford 84.7 (74), 67.5 (59)

North Hertfordshire 84.6 (113), 71.9 (96)

Sevenoaks 82.8 (100), 66.3 (80)

Central Bedfordshire 80.0 (231), 64.4 (186)

East Devon 80.0 (117), 73.8 (108)

Teignbridge 79.8 (107), 52.9 (71)

Maidstone 79.1 (136), 50.6 (87)

Corby 78.9 (57), 96.9 (70)

Fenland 78.5 (80), 55.0 (56)

Arun 78.4 (126), 51.0 (82)

South Hams 78.2 (68), 57.5 (50)

Ryedale 77.6 (43), 93.9 (52)

Wealden 76.8 (124), 62.5 (101)

Uttlesford 75.6 (69), 71.2 (65)

Somerset West and Taunton 74.1 (115), 60.0 (93)

Stroud 73.4 (88), 60.0 (72)

Horsham 72.3 (104), 60.5 (87)

Cheltenham 71.4 (83), 68.8 (80)

South Cambridgeshire 71.0 (113), 55.3 (88)

Tendring 68.9 (101), 116.7 (171)

Tonbridge and Malling 68.9 (91), 46.9 (62)

King’s Lynn and West Norfolk 68.7 (104), 37.7 (57)

West Devon 68.1 (38), 55.6 (31)

Adur 65.3 (42), 42.0 (27)

Ashford 64.6 (84), 46.9 (61)

Tewkesbury 62.1 (59), 51.6 (49)

Broadland 61.9 (81), 61.2 (80)

Dover 61.8 (73), 58.4 (69)

Tunbridge Wells 58.1 (69), 51.4 (61)

Folkestone and Hythe 57.5 (65), 40.7 (46)

Mid Devon 57.1 (47), 59.5 (49)

East Suffolk 56.9 (142), 46.9 (117)

South Somerset 55.8 (94), 28.5 (48)

Maldon 55.4 (36), 63.1 (41)

Braintree 55.0 (84), 60.3 (92)

Hastings 54.0 (50), 47.5 (44)

North Devon 52.5 (51), 44.3 (43)

Mid Suffolk 52.0 (54), 62.6 (65)

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 50.2 (287), 32.4 (185)

Huntingdonshire 50.0 (89), 55.6 (99)

South Norfolk 49.7 (70), 58.9 (83)

Mendip 47.6 (55), 52.8 (61)

Rother 43.7 (42), 41.6 (40) Torridge 42.5 (29), 20.5 (14)

East Cambridgeshire 40.1 (36), 37.8 (34)

Isle of Wight 36.0 (51), 25.4 (36)

North Norfolk 29.6 (31), 40.1 (42)



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