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While some areas in Greater Manchester have returned just three positive tests, COVID-19 cases are doubled in some neighbourhoods. Here are the hotspots in Greater Manchester and the areas that have fewer cases:
Bury is one of the areas in Greater Manchester with increasing numbers. Both in Radcliffe and Sedgley Park, coronavirus cases are almost doubled. The figures in Prestwich have doubled that there were 50 positive cases in the region that are 23 more compared to the previous week.
Radcliffe, that is another area in Bury recorded a case rate higher than 400. The cases in Radcliffe have almost doubled to 36 that which was just 22 the previous week.
Bolton is another area in Greater Manchester that has high case rates. Especially, Bolton’s Rumworth North is becoming a particular hotspot for coronavirus. There were 51 cases increase on the previous week, the new infection rate is now 587 per 100,000 people.
Hattersley in Tameside is also a hotspot of coronavirus. Hattersley has a 34% increase and the infection rate is 507.
Some areas in Wigan recorded an increase in the figures. There were 42 positive tests with a new infection rate of 498 in Abram and Bickershaw.
The Areas In Greater Manchester With Fewer Cases
- Middleton Junction, Trafford’s Ashton Upon Mersey North and Bramhall West In Stockport-decrease in infection rates.
- City Centre North and Collyhurst-where just three positive cases were marked.
- Fallowfield Central-only four cases were reported.
- Ardwick-there were only 10 cases.