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New data shows declining numbers in most Warrington COVID-19 “hotspots”

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NEW data released today by Public Health England showing COVID-19 “hotspots” reveals declining numbers in most areas of Warrington.

Overall numbers for the seven days ending on the 14th November are down from 965 to 600, with the only areas showing small increases being Culcheth East and Hollins Green and Penketh and Cuerdley.
Other areas of the town that had high cases numbers are showing significant decreases as Tier 3 restrictions and the national lockdown started to kick in.
The local area data shows the decline in case numbers around most areas of the town. (Last week’s data in brackets)

Culcheth West & Croft 26 (29)
Culcheth East & Hollins Green 32 (28)
Winwick & Burtonwood 10 (10)
Locking Stumps 22 (23)
Oakwood & Gorse Covert 9 (19)
Hulme 23 (28)
Houghton Green & Fearnhead 31 (32)
Blackbrook 30 (54)
Kingswood & Whittle Hall 28 (48)
Callands & Old Hall 38 (39)
Orford 26 (45)
Padgate & Paddington 34 (48)
Bewsey & Dallam 20 (36)
Woolston 24 (45)
Great Sankey 15 (27)
Hood Manor & Sankey Bridges 31(42)
Fairfield & Howley 30 (31)
Central Warrington 29 (46)
Penketh & Cuerdley 32 (31)
Latchford 22 (31)
Lymm 27 (39)
Grappenhall 11 (17)
Stockton Heath & Hillcliffe 24 (27)
Appleton Thorn, Stretton & Walton 13 (16)
Appleton 13 (18)
Total 600 (965)

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The declining numbers in Warrington

Two more COVID-19 related deaths and 45 new cases as downward trend continues

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