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The 10 neighbourhoods with the highest number of coronavirus cases in Suffolk



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With coronavirus cases rising slightly in Suffolk, these are the 10 neighbourhoods with the highest case rates in the county, according to the latest data.

1. North Newmarket, Studlands and Exning - 834.7 cases per 100,000

2. Moreton Hall, Bury St Edmunds - 669.6 cases per 100,000

Cases of coronavirus have increased in Suffolk over the last week, according to the latest Government data.
Cases of coronavirus have increased in Suffolk over the last week, according to the latest Government data.

3. Worlingham - 606.5 cases per 100,000

4. Eye, Palgrave and Occold - 602.9 cases per 100,000

5. Great Cornard - 602.3 cases per 100,000

North Newmarket, Studlands and Exning had the highest case rate in the county with 834.7 cases per 100,000 people.
North Newmarket, Studlands and Exning had the highest case rate in the county with 834.7 cases per 100,000 people.

6. Bury St Edmunds West - 556.5 cases per 100,000

7. Wickham Market - 555.6 cases per 100,000

8. Trimley and Kirton - 540.2 cases per 100,000

9. Eastgate and Southgate, Bury St Edmunds - 539.1 cases per 100,000

10. Rickinghall, Walsham-le-Willows and Gislingham - 535.5 cases per 100,000

The data also reveals the total number of cases in the county as of November 13 was 2,624, an increase of 67 on the previous week.

The case rate per 100,000 people was 344.7.

Brandon ward had the lowest case rate with 115.8 cases per 100,000 people.

Cases across the UK stood at 35,058 as of Thursday, a 14.5 per cent increase on the previous week.

However, as of last Sunday, there were 6,355 people hospitalised with coronavirus, a decrease of 192.

For more information on the latest coronavirus data, go to: https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/details/interactive-map/cases

Case rates are calculated by dividing the seven-day total cases in an area by the population and multiplying by 100,000.

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