Case rate per 100,000 on April 1: 0 Case rate per 100,000 on April 8: 47.5 An increase of 47.5 per 100,000

Here's how the Covid infection rates are changing in your area as lockdown restrictions ease

The Bucks Herald has collated date from April 1 to April 8, and catalogued the changes.

Wednesday, 14th April 2021, 3:07 pm
Updated Wednesday, 14th April 2021, 3:08 pm

The current U.K average cases rate per 100,000 is 27.9.

We've got the recorded infection rates from 1 of April to the 8th of April - so you can see how infection rates are changing in your area.

Some areas have shown a dramatic reduction in cases, while in some the case numbers seem to be proliferating.

The latest Government figures show 4,651 neighbourhoods in England were almost Covid-free in the first week of April, with fewer than three cases in the latest seven-day period.

Now with gyms, bars and restaurants opening up to customers again, we reveal which neighbourhoods saw the fewest number of cases between 1 and 8 April.

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