One postcode in northern Lincolnshire has seen their case rate skyrocket in recent days.

Many neighbourhoods will be enjoying some Christmas good news with the case rate falling or even so low it doesn’t register.

However, one Scunthorpe neighbourhood has hit a rate of more than 800 coronavirus cases per 100,000.

This is higher than the peak of most areas during the second wave of the pandemic.

One area in Scunthorpe is raising concerns as its Covid rate goes through the roof

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North East Lincolnshire is faring better on a whole, with most areas under 100 per 100,000.

In New Clee, there have been fewer than three new cases in the latest data, in which case the government considers it ‘suppressed’.

However, Scunthorpe Lincoln Gardens has a rate of 850.6 per 100,000 people.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has warned about the spread of a new strain
(Image: Kirsty Wigglesworth/PA)

There are concerns that a third wave may be coming as a more contagious strain of coronavirus spreads across the UK.

The government has placed more parts of the south into Tier 4 restrictions in a bid to halt it.

See the government’s interactive Covid case map for yourself here.

Figures are a case rate out of 100,000 people, for the seven days up to December 18.

Grimsby

Covid rates in Grimsby
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Great Coates and The Willows – 120.6

Grimsby East Marsh and Port – 54.4

Grimsby West Marsh – 91

Holme Hill – 66.7

Laceby Acres and Wybers Wood – 100.3

Laceby, Healing, and Stallingborough – 38

Littlefield North – 69.6

Littlefield South & Grange – 144.3

Nunsthorpe – 193.5

Scartho – 112.7

Wellow – 155.4

Yarborough – 54.4

Cleethorpes

Covid rates in Cleethorpes
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Cleethorpes Beacon Hill – 51.5

Cleethorpes Haverstoe – 107.3

Cleethorpes North – 118.9

Cleethorpes West – 162.4

New Clee – Covid is considered ‘suppressed’ with less than three cases

Sidney Park – 79.5

Weelsby and Old Clee – 83.9

Humberston, Waltham, and New Waltham

Covid rates around Humberston
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Humberston – 69.3

New Waltham – 128.7

Waltham and East Ravendale – 140.1

Holton-le-Clay and Louth

Covid rates around Louth
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Holton-le-Clay, Binbrook, and Tetney – 323.7

Louth Central & South – 56.4

Louth North & East – 106.6

Marshchapel, Somercotes, and Grimoldby – 46.5

Immingham, Caistor, and Barton-upon-Humber

Covid rates around Immingham
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Barnetby, Ulceby, and Killingholme – 155

Barton-upon-Humber – 60

Caistor, Kelsey & Keelby – 92.3

Goxhill, Barrow & New Holland – 47.6

Immingham & Habrough – 162.1

Winterton

Covid rates around Winterton
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Brigg & South Ferriby – 146.7

Broughton & Appleby – 91.1

Burton-upon-Stather, Alkborough & Gunness – 254

Winterton & Winteringham – 139

Messingham, Crowle, and Epworth

Covid rates around North Lincolnshire
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Crowle & Keadby – 237.8

Epworth & Bracon – 156.1

Kirton & Hibaldstow – 85

Messingham & Scawby – 174.7

Westwoodside, Haxley & Owston Ferry – 96.9

Scunthorpe

Covid rates around Scunthorpe
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Scunthorpe Ashby – 172.7

Scunthorpe Berkeley – 417.3

Scunthorpe Bottesford – 243.1

Scunthorpe Central & Crosby – 249.5

Scunthorpe Central Park – 84.3

Scunthorpe Frodingham – 270.7

Scunthorpe Lakeside – 170.1

Scunthorpe Lincoln Gardens – 850.6

Scunthorpe North – 291.2

Scunthorpe Westcliff – 165.6

Scunthorpe Yaddlethorpe – 287.8



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