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Infection Rates Continue to Fall: The Latest Figures of Coronavirus for Greater Manchester

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Even Greater Manchester is suffering from a high number of coronavirus cases, the latest figures showed that infection rates continue to fall in every borough week by week.Ac.cording to the latest data, Salford still has the highest figures of coronavirus cases.

Figures of Public Health England showed that the infection rate for England is 329.5 per 100,000 people now. Following the England-wide trend, the infection rates of all boroughs of Greater Manchester continue to fall.

According to Public Health England, here are the latest infection rates and comparison between the previous week for every borough of Greater Manchester :


Salford still has the highest infection rates in the region with a 325.3 infection rate. But, there is a 10 % decrease comparing the previous week.


The infection rates in Manchester are almost high as in Salford. With 323.8 infection rates, Manchester has the second-highest figures of coronavirus in Greater Manchester. There is a 22% decrease in infection rates.


With 298.5 infection rates, Tameside is the third borough that has one of the highest numbers. According to the latest data, a 14% decrease has been reported in Tameside.


With a 19 % decrease comparing the previous week, the infection rate of Bolton is now 298.0.


The infection rate in Wigan is 295.7 with a 20 % decrease comparing the last week.


Bury is the sixth borough in terms of infection rates. Bury has a 23 % decrease and a 280.1 infection rate.


With a 17 percent decrease, Rochdale has now a 277.9 infection rate.


Stockport has one of the lowest figures in the region. Stockport has a 23% decrease in coronavirus infection rates and now has a 277.1 infection rate.


With a 22% decrease, Trafford has one of the lowest figures of Greater Manchester. The infection rate of Trafford is 272.2.


Oldham has the lowest figures of Greater Manchester. There is a 10 percent decrease in the figures and now Oldham has a 254.3 infection rate.

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