16 light postcodes are worst affected by carnavirus

With the spread across the hull, the city has now become one of the worst areas in the country for weekly coronavirus infections.

There were 1,888 new ones Coronavirus According to the PA, the number of cases recorded in the week up to November is a bigger jump than the 1,134 cases in the previous week.

The city is now one of only three places in the UK with a weekly infection rate of more than over00, after it dropped to 7226.8 per 100,000 population.

The seven-day rotating rates are calculated by dividing the seven-day count by the population and multiplying by 100,000.

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Within the city, Sutton South is the most affected area in the week until November 6, with a rolling rate of 1,082.8.

The number of cases in the region has increased by 76.7 per cent in the last seven days, according to a Public Health England data map.

This is the only area in the hall where the rolling rate is more than 1000.

Only one area of ​​the hall has a weekly rotation rate of no more than 400 per 100,000 people.

Sixteen areas have a seven-day rate of over 70,000, nine in the east and seven in the west of the city.

East Ella recorded the second highest rolling rate with 994.9, a 196 percent increase after the cases moved to 74.

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The other four regions currently have seven-day rates above 900, including Southcots Central and Docks (986.5), Gypsyville (950.1), Branshaw West (933.7) and Ins (909.8).

INS has seen the largest increase in coronavirus cases in the week to November 6, after a 226.3 percent increase.

Public health Maps of England show regions with shades above sha00 in shades of purple that have the highest rates in the UK

At the moment, Newland Avenue stands alone with shaded blue meaning it is the only area with a rotation rate of less than 400.

Assisting the heroes of the Hall Hospital

Hull Live and Hull Daily Mail, which support the heroes of Hall Hospital, have run a campaign to raise £ 25,000 to support our incredible hospital staff.

Staff at Hull Royal Infirmary and Castle Hill Hospital are at the forefront of the coronavirus epidemic and are caring for the most critically ill patients.

The goal of this campaign is to raise money to support employees and provide them with small treats to boost their morale and thank you for their incredible work.

The grant will go to the charity WISHH – working individually to support Hull’s hospitals – so it will go directly to Hull’s hospital staff.

How can you help?

A grant …

. 5 A front line nurse will assist with food, drink and a snack.

. 10 A nurse will provide a welfare care package with a protective face and hand cream to take care of the skin from wearing a constant mask and PPE.

. 100 Welcoming room boxes will be provided to maintain comfort with journals, colorful and puzzle books, felt tip pens, puzzles, confusion games and wellbeing books that are accessible to ward staff with captivating and misleading items. The idea for the content of these boxes has been inspired by the staff.

In addition to the above, the charity has proposed to spend £ 1,000 to ড 3,000 to help improve coffee machines, microwaves and furniture, improve drinking facilities, and improve hospital staff rest rooms.

The more money donated, the more the charity will be able to help 9,500 hospital staff in Hull as much as possible and help the charity during and beyond the epidemic.

How to donate

You can donate here through the dedicated JustGiving page.

Alternatively, checks may be issued as charitable donations, written on the back of the ‘Hull Live COVID-19 Appeal’ to the WISHH Office, Hull Live COVID-19 Appeal, First Floor Administration Block, Castle Hill Hospital, Castleham, Catingham, HU16 5JQ.

The sixteen areas of the hall here currently have a seven-day rate over seven days from November to November:

Field – Case // Weekly rolling rate

Sutton South – 76 // 1,082.8

East Ella – 74 // 994.9

Southcoats Central and Docks – 87 // 986.5

Gypsyville – 90 // 950.1

Branshaw West – 67 // 933.7

Ings – 62 // 909.8

East in Bransholm – 78 // 895.5

Bilton Grange – 57 // 849.6

Kingswood – 119 // 796.1

Bricknell East – 63 // 786.7

Deringham – 50 // 772.9

Anlaby Park and Peking – 60 // 766.4

University and Newland – 53 // 760.8

Longhill – 62 // 753.3

New Washington – 58 // 722.4

Bransholm Central – 57 // 711.9

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