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Areas of Nottingham with lowest Covid infection rates

Covid infection maps show the areas in Nottingham that have the lowest case rates.

The map, which is sourced from Government data, shows St Ann’s West is the lowest in terms of Covid in Nottingham.

The suburb has 48.3 cases of infections per 100,000 people in the most recent seven-day period.

This is less than half of the second-lowest area, Arboretum, Forest & Trent University, which had 108.1.

Despite the return of students to University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University, case rates in predominantly student areas such as Lenton and Arboretum remain low.

Nottingham has an overall case rate of 243.8, a figure which is significantly lower than surrounding areas in the county, such as Rushcliffe (410.2) and Mansfield (461.8).

The city sits well below the national average of 352.7.

Here is a list of all the areas in Nottingham with Covid rates lower than 200 per 100,000 people:

  • St Ann’s West – 48.3
  • Arboretum, Forest & Trent University – 108.1
  • The Park & Castle – 135.4
  • St Ann’s East – 144.4
  • University Park, Lenton Abbey & Jubilee Campus – 147.1
  • City Centre & Trent Bridge – 159.2
  • Lenton & Dunkirk – 159.6
  • Sneinton – 169.3
  • Basford Park Lane – 173.8
  • Radford – 177.1
  • Hyson Green – 182.2
  • Clifton North – 194.8
  • Bakersfield – 196.6

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