The latest figures show an increase in coronavirus cases in five northeastern regions.
In the seven days leading up to October 2, the number has risen in Gateshead, Sunderland, Newcastle, North Tinside and North Barland.
Of the seven east-east local authority areas, Gateshead currently has the highest rate of infection, with an additional 776 recorded cases compared to the previous week.
Infection rates have declined in southern Tyneside and county Durham, but increased in northern Tyneside, although Northumberland has the lowest infection rates in the northeast, it has also increased slightly.
Newcastle and Sunderland each saw more than 900 new cases over a seven-day period.
There are two restrictions on the whole of the Northeast, meaning families cannot mix at home to prevent further spread of the virus.
Nationally, Northwest and Yorkshire remain the most affected areas, with the Midlands rapidly emerging as the next area of concern.
Today it is published as official paper that the second wave of coronavirus is now almost certainly worse than the government’s “worst case scenario”.
SEJ experts are convinced that a new national lockdown is the only chance to “save Christmas”, believing that it is now inevitable that the whole country will end some lockdown if we can prevent the death of more than 500 coyotes a day in winter.
However, scientists warn that the current expansion of Tier 3 will still not be enough to fight the virus.
Tory ministers are rejecting calls for a full-fledged national lockdown, as in France, but also for a new, even tougher Tier 4.
And while the UK’s coronavirus R rate has dropped for a second week, it still stands above 1.5 in some areas.
The latest figures show a new case for seven days on October 26, revolving at a rate of 100,000 people per seven days.
The figures are based on tests conducted in laboratories – one of the pillars of the government’s experimental program – and in the larger population – two pillars.
From 27 to 30 October, the most recent four-day data has been omitted because it is incomplete and does not reflect the actual number of cases.
The list is based on data from Public Health England published on the official coronavirus dashboard on 30 October.
From left to right, it reads: Name of local authority; New case rate on October 26 within seven days; Number of new cases recorded in seven days from 2 October to October (in brackets); The rate of new seven-day cases is 19 October; Number of new cases recorded from seven days to 19 October (in brackets)
Gateshead 384.1 (776), 262.8 (531)
Sunderland 327.7 (910), 300.0 (833)
Newcastle on Tyne 325.9 (987), 299.2 (906)
North Tyside 294.4 (612), 218.8 (455)
County Durham 278.8 (1478), 329.6 (1747)
South Tyneside 231.8 (350), 233.1 (352)
Northbarland 187.9 (606), 178.3 (575)
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