Warrington’s COVID-19 hotspots and vaccination data as latest figures suggest Omicron variant has peaked

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WHILE COVID-19 infection rates remained high, many areas of Warrington saw fewer new infections over a seven-day period, according to the latest small area data – suggesting the surge caused by the Omicron variant has peaked.

The latest data published yesterday, January 13, for the week ending January 8, show COVID-19 infection rates in Warrington had dropped slightly to 4,437 new cases in a seven-day period compared to 4,816 the previous week and 3,083 the week before that.

It follows on from the two previous weeks where every area of Warrington had seen increases, whereas the latest data saw most areas with decreases.

It follows four consecutive days of decreases in this week’s daily data.

The area with the highest number of new cases was Callands & Old Hall, with 272, closely followed by Fairfield & Howley with 267.

Small area cases for Week Ending January 8 (Jan 1)
Culcheth West & Croft 107 (126)
Culcheth East & Hollins Green 140 (115)
Winwick & Burtonwood 126 (161)
Locking Stumps 96 (116)
Oakwood & Gorse Covert 123 (122)
Hulme 173 (190)
Houghton Green & Fearnhead 147 (164)
Blackbrook 194 (216)
Kingswood & Whittle Hall 227 (334)
Callands & Old Hall 272 (222)
Orford 208 (225)
Padgate & Paddington 216 (220)
Bewsey & Dallam 191 (168)
Woolston 138 (174)
Great Sankey 139 (216)
Hood Manor & Sankey Bridges 175 (225)
Fairfield & Howley 267 (247)
Central Warrington 250 (269)
Penketh & Cuerdley 191 (225)
Latchford 206 (234)
Lymm 239 (282)
Grappenhall 161 (175)
Stockton Heath & Hillcliffe 200 (198)
Appleton Thorn, Stretton & Walton 139 (134)
Appleton 112 (98)
Total 4,437 (4,816)

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To find out more about COVID-19 testing, and to book a test if you have symptoms, visit http://warrington.gov.uk/get-tested-coronavirus
For the latest COVID-19 guidance for Warrington visit https://www.warrington.gov.uk/coronavirus-latest-guidance
Local data is also available at https://www.warrington.gov.uk/coronavirus-figures-warrington

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