Coronavirus map reveals the areas in Mansfield and Ashfield with the highest Covid-19 cases

A new coronavirus map has revealed the areas in Mansfield and Ashfield with the highest number of Covid-19 cases, according to data from Public Health England.

By Lizzie Day
Friday, 17th July 2020, 1:08 pm
Updated Friday, 17th July 2020, 1:09 pm

The interactive map reveals the number of confirmed positive coronavirus cases between July 6 to July 12, 2020 which were reported to Public Health England by July 15.

The data reveals there is a low risk of a local outbreak in Mansfield or Ashfield as only one ward has three Covid-19 infections.

Public Health England have confirmed Kirkby is the only neighbourhood of the surrounding towns to have three positive cases between July 6 to July 12.

The new coronavirus map from Public Health England shows the number of confirmed Covid-19 cases between 6th July to 12th July 2020.

While the remaining neighbourhoods in Mansfield and Ashfield are confirmed reported to have either zero or a maximum of two positive virus cases in the same week.

In Leicester, where a local lockdown has been imposed, the city had 51 confirmed Covid-19 cases in the week ending July 12.

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