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These are the current infection rates for the North East: (Infection rates are the number of cases for each 100,000 residents. The data, taken from the UK Governments Covid dashboard, is appropriate for the week ending July 2) Newcastle – 726.2 (2,199 total cases, a boost of 64%) Northumberland – 371.9 (1,119 overall cases, a boost of 85.9%) North Tyneside – 602.2 (1,252 total cases, a boost of 43.1%) Gateshead – 674.6 (1,363 total cases, an increase of 114.6%) Sunderland – 642.4 (1,784 overall cases, an increase of 120.5%) South Tyneside – 766.3 (1,157 total cases, an increase of 171.6%) County Durham – 599 (3,175 overall cases, an increase of 62.1%) Subscribe to ChronicleLives newsletters
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Cases rocketed by 171.6% in South Tyneside, the fastest increase in the region. The Staffordshire market town has nudged ahead of Newcastle, with new cases there connected to fans seeing Euro 2020 matches in bars. Comparatively, in the week ending May 21, South Tyneside had simply 19 cases – suggesting infections have actually considering that increased by 5,989% And in the areas 2 main present hotspots – Brockley Whins and Biddick Hill – more than one in every 100 citizens checked positive last week.
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Cases soared by 171.6% in South Tyneside, the fastest boost in the area. The Staffordshire market town has pushed ahead of Newcastle, with new cases there linked to fans enjoying Euro 2020 matches in clubs. Comparatively, in the week ending May 21, South Tyneside had simply 19 cases – meaning infections have actually since increased by 5,989% And in the locations two main current hotspots – Brockley Whins and Biddick Hill – more than one in every 100 homeowners tested favorable last week.

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