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



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With the latest data showing coronavirus cases in Suffolk on the rise, these are the 10 neighbourhoods with the highest case rates per 100,000 people in the county.

The data, as of November 20, shows:

1. Moreton Hall - 1,124.4 per 100,000

Moreton Hall has the highest case rate in Suffolk.
Moreton Hall has the highest case rate in Suffolk.

2. Haverhill East and South - 840.1 per 100,000

3. Bury St Edmunds West - 726.9 per 100,000

4. Worlingham and Barnby - 698.1 per 100,000

The case rate in Suffolk was 393.8 as of November 20.
The case rate in Suffolk was 393.8 as of November 20.

5. Priory Heath - 683.5 per 100,000

6. Trimley and Kirton - 680.6 per 100,000

7. North Newmarket, Studlands and Exning - 660.8 per 100,000

8. Thurston, Badwell Ash, and Elmswell North - 654.6 per 100,000

9. Fressingfield, Laxfield and Worlingworth - 643.6 per 100,000

10. Oulton - 638.2 per 100,000

The total number of cases recorded across West Suffolk as of November 20 was 861.

In Mid Suffolk there were 391 cases, Babergh 375.3, Ipswich 471 and East Suffolk 927.

There were 2998 cases across the entire county.

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