Infection rates have risen in four numbers in Greater Manchester, yet ten regions still have lower rates than the national average.
The latest official figures show that seven cases have been recorded in Roddale, Oldham, Salford and Trafford.
Infection rates are revealed per 100,000 people and are updated daily by Public Health England (PHE).
The average rate for England continues to rise at a rate of 239.1 per 100,000, a significant increase of 48pc in one week.
This sharp rise could be offset by figures from London where transmission rates have risen to 94 pcs per week, reaching 409.4 per 100,000.
In contrast, Greater Manchester stands at 158.5 and is almost at the same level as the previous seven-day period.
Greater Manchester still has 4,493 cases for the week ending 14 December – just three less than the previous week.
For every twelve days in Greater Manchester, the rate of infection per 100,000 in the seven days ending December 14 is:
Rochdale 213.6 (+ 48pc)
Bury 193.7 (-17 pcs)
Oldham 189.4 (+13)
Manchester 174.9 (-1 pcs)
Wigan 172.2 (-8 pcs)
Bolton 156.1 (unchanged)
Salford 155.7 (+15)
Trafford 122.2 (+38)
Stockport 105.6 (-16)
Thameside 94.5 (-11)
Rochdale still has the highest infection rate in Grade Manchester at 213.6 cases per 100,000 in the week ending Dec. 14.
Since next week it has increased by 10 pcs in the city.
Recently, the hotspot bureau of the case has felt somewhat comfortable with the spread of the virus, at a rate of 1 per 1,000. PC decreased in 1933. It’s down.
The city still has the second highest rate in the region.
Oldham’s infection figure is rising again to 13pc, with 189.4 per 100,000 people.
Manchester had the same amount compared to the previous week with a rate of 174.9 per 100,000, a slight decrease of 1 pc for the city.
Salford’s rate rose 15 pcs to 155.7 and Trafford’s rose 38,000 percent to 122.2 per 1002.
The stockport rate fell to 105.6 per 100,000 – a 16 pc decline – while the Temside fell to 94.5 per 100,000.
Wigan’s rate also dropped slightly to 172.2pc.
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