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Coronavirus infection rates have risen in six boroughs of Greater Manchester, the latest data show.

According to the latest figures from the British Health Security Agency, cases have increased in Trafford, Wigan, Stockport, Tameside, Bury and Oldham.

Prices have fallen in Salford, Rochdale, Manchester and Bolton.

Trafford continues to have the highest rate in the whole region, which currently stands at 470.6 cases per year. 100,000 people.

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In Greater Manchester as a whole, the infection rate is now 379.9 – lower than the national average of 471.8.

A total of 10,772 people tested positive for coronavirus across the region in the week ending December 1st.

The total number has increased by 41 cases compared to the week before, which means that the infection rate was at the level of 0 percent in the last week.

Hospital admissions

In the week ending November 28, a total of 191 patients were admitted to Greater Manchester NHS hospitals with Covid-19.

That is 18 fewer than the week before, a decrease of 10 per cent.

On Tuesday, November 30, there were 32 Mechanical Ventilation (MV) beds occupied by Covid patients at Greater Manchester NHS hospitals. That’s four less than a week earlier.

These are the latest available data for hospital admissions, the figures for NHS trusts are not updated daily.

Deaths: Dead

In the week ending December 1, a total of 39 people died within 28 days of a positive Covid test in Greater Manchester, which is three fewer than the week before.

Cases reported in each of the ten districts



The latest infection rates for coronavirus on December 5th

Tameside recorded 913 cases of coronavirus, which is 25 more than in the previous seven days.

The latest infection rate is 402 – an increase of three percent week-to-week.

IN Stockport , the most recent infection rate is 407.6, and the number of cases has increased by four per cent.

A total of 1199 people tested positive for Covid during the seven days ending December 1, which is 46 more than the week before.

Bolton , which has the lowest infection rate in the region, recorded 887 positive Covid-19 tests. which is 82 fewer than the previous week.

The infection rate is now 307.7 and has dropped by eight percent week-to-week.

Bury saw a total of 759 cases in the week ending December 1, which is 9 more than the previous week. This is an increase of one per cent.

The most recent coronavirus infection rate is now 398.0.

The trend is down in Salford , where there were 1,046 positive Covid-19 tests in the week ending December 1, which is 115 fewer than the previous week. That’s a 10 percent drop from the week before.

The latest infection rate is 398.2, which is lower than the national average.

IN Oldham , the number of cases has increased by six percent compared to the previous week – leaving the infection rate of 323.6.

There were 769 positive Covid-19 tests in the week ending December 1, which was 42 more than the previous week.

Manchester is an area where the trend is downward. The latest infection rate here is 319.2.

There were 1,774 cases, which is 46 fewer than the week before – a drop of three percent. “

There was a decrease of eight percent in cases in Rochdale in the week ending December 1, and the infection rate is now 394.8.

The district recorded 883 positive Covid-19 tests over a seven-day period, which is 81 fewer than the previous week.

There were 1424 positive tests during the last week in Wigan , which is 125 more than in the previous week.

The week-to-week trend has increased by ten percent and the latest infection rate is 430.6.

IN Trafford , there were 1118 positive Covid-19 tests in the week ending December 1, which is 118 more than the previous week.

The infection rate has increased slightly compared to the day before, and the week-to-week trend has increased by 12 percent.

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