The graph shows that the number of Kovid-19 cases is declining in our borough as it grows elsewhere in the UK.

Coronavirus infection rates are declining across the Liverpool City area, but are well above the national average.

Both Liverpool and Nostalgia have seen significant reductions in new Covid-19 cases since the second week of October, and other boroughs have remained almost stable over the same period.

However, while the overall infection rate in the UK continues to rise, it is still below the level of urban warriors in urban areas with the lowest infection rates.

As of October 24, the UK had an infection rate of 225 per 100,000 people this week, compared to 302.5 cases per 100,000 people in Urals.

Nolsai remains the deadliest hit borough in the region, but its infection rate dropped from a high of 730.5 per 100,000 inhabitants on October 9 to 582 on October 24, 2015.

Liverpool has seen a sharp decline in cases at the same time, rising from 692.3 cases per 100,000 people to 487.1, but its infection rate is still almost double the national average.

The infection rate in St. Helens alone is higher than it was on October 9, but cases in the borough still seem to be declining and it is likely to drop below the level soon.

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