COVID Kingdom: the UK COVID-19 Tracker

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Explore the latest Covid-19 data in Britain - click on a region or area to see detailed maps and data to track how the virus spread locally and across Britain. See the patterns of tests, excess deaths, and the Reuters estimate of when infections arrived.

Last updated: Mon 30 Nov


NATIONS
Area Infection rate

(weekly cases to 26 Nov
per 100,000 people)

change in 14 days Deaths since September* Deaths in last 30 days* Excess deaths 2020

(per 100,000 people)**

England 189 -39% 14289 9588 107
Northern Ireland 430 281
Scotland 140 -17% 1229 809 93
Wales 248 16% 943 618 84
* Deaths within 28 days of positive test (Source: Public Health England API).

** Deaths from all causes above 5-year average (Source: Reuters analysis from ONS, NRS and NISRA data)



REGIONS See Maps and Charts
Area Infection rate

(weekly cases to 26 Nov
per 100,000 people)

change in 14 days Deaths since September Deaths in last 30 days Excess deaths 2020

(per 100,000 people)

West Midlands 262 -37% 1716 1257 131
Wales 248 16% 943 618 84
North East 245 -49% 1236 713 130
Yorkshire and The Humber 245 -52% 2409 1688 110
East Midlands 219 -44% 1516 1115 104
North West 195 -52% 3876 2240 141
London 177 -17% 871 562 104
South East 158 -21% 1022 780 94
East of England 132 -22% 795 554 91
South West 117 -46% 680 528 58


TOP RISING INFECTION DISTRICTS
Area Infection rate

(weekly cases to 26 Nov
per 100,000 people)

change in 14 days Deaths since September Deaths in last 30 days Excess deaths 2020

(per 100,000 people)

Swale 628 9% 71 62 97
Boston 569 10% 34 34 48
Medway 561 84% 63 55 40
Thanet 512 -5% 43 40 134
Blaenau Gwent 495 37% 139
Torfaen 491 141% 78
Gravesham 432 35% 15 9 122
Stoke-on-Trent 418 -32% 135 115 49
Oadby and Wigston 410 -29% 14 10 139
Lincoln 391 -22% 19 11 1


ALL LOCAL AUTHORITIES
Area Infection rate

(weekly cases to 26 Nov per 100,000 people)

change in 14 days Deaths since September* Deaths in last 30 days* Excess deaths 2020

(per 100,000 people)

Swale 628 9% 71 62 97
Boston 569 10% 34 34 48
Medway 561 84% 63 55 40
Thanet 512 -5% 43 40 134
Blaenau Gwent 495 37% 139
Torfaen 491 141% 78
Gravesham 432 35% 15 9 122
Stoke-on-Trent 418 -32% 135 115 49
Oadby and Wigston 410 -29% 14 10 139
Lincoln 391 -22% 19 11 1
Dudley 385 -38% 99 75 127
Neath Port Talbot 384 18% 26
Newport 380 104% 65
East Lindsey 363 -40% 113 97 62
Dover 363 78% 20 20 91
Kingston upon Hull, City of 361 -60% 126 98 41
Maidstone 361 56% 11 10 31
Leicester 358 -40% 78 60 93
Sandwell 357 -38% 156 115 137
Burnley 349 -29% 75 42 154
Rhondda Cynon Taf 346 135
Merthyr Tydfil 345 -19% 148
Pendle 342 -27% 70 53 126
Basildon 336 55% 54 31 82
Redbridge 336 15% 94 43 113
Slough 336 -12% 29 23 43
Blackburn with Darwen 329 -53% 99 68 94
Caerphilly 328 23% 78
Rochdale 326 -48% 198 139 112
Wolverhampton 325 -21% 73 47 143
Havering 325 -11% 119 80 127
Newcastle-under-Lyme 324 -37% 56 46 104
Swansea 323 22% 44
Rossendale 319 -27% 37 22 124
Oldham 317 -55% 173 115 75
Kirklees 315 -53% 202 128 97
East Staffordshire 315 -35% 66 44 134
North East Lincolnshire 313 -52% 111 92 33
Hyndburn 311 -32% 41 25 56
Walsall 309 -34% 111 84 138
Birmingham 308 -28% 358 234 119
Bradford 307 -51% 242 155 132
Luton 304 -3% 32 24 92
Hartlepool 301 -53% 39 27 75
South Tyneside 297 -38% 69 27 107
North Warwickshire 297 -31% 17 15 162
North Lincolnshire 291 -40% 66 59 38
Calderdale 290 -47% 76 52 77
Wakefield 290 -50% 138 107 113
Darlington 289 -27% 70 38 102
Stafford 289 -39% 60 45 114
Bolton 288 -45% 146 91 112
Tamworth 288 -40% 36 31 78
Barking and Dagenham 285 -1% 58 38 62
Wigan 280 -49% 311 194 119
Dartford 280 -21% 11 10 45
Nuneaton and Bedworth 279 -30% 28 27 126
North Tyneside 275 -43% 75 57 17
Bury 274 -53% 125 84 106
West Lindsey 270 -10% 38 21 68
South Staffordshire 270 -48% 36 29 126
Stockton-on-Tees 268 -47% 95 58 70
Blaby 265 -46% 29 24 102
South Ribble 264 -8% 34 23 71
Canterbury 264 15% 20 18 -13
Bolsover 261 -51% 38 30 2
Bassetlaw 260 -45% 53 40 45
Buckinghamshire 259 -28% 110 82 76
Cannock Chase 252 -38% 39 31 39
Amber Valley 250 -50% 49 39 48
Preston 247 -53% 74 44 128
Harlow 247 56% 10 7 55
Middlesbrough 245 -56% 34 16 93
Newham 245 9% 45 25 78
East Riding of Yorkshire 243 -56% 118 87 79
Telford and Wrekin 242 -43% 27 18 84
Bexley 242 -21% 45 35 54
Newcastle upon Tyne 240 -52% 103 64 37
Derby 239 -53% 92 75 79
Fife 239 -16% 31 24 31
Carmarthenshire 238 42% 20
Lanarkshire 238 -19% 275 186 132
Rotherham 237 -47% 157 114 145
Harborough 237 -34% 16 9 134
County Durham 236 -50% 246 164 134
Staffordshire Moorlands 236 -49% 41 35 64
Thurrock 236 6% 75 48 85
Cardiff 236 24% 53
Peterborough 235 -2% 28 16 -18
Manchester 234 -48% 231 134 34
Doncaster 234 -45% 267 171 124
Waltham Forest 234 -8% 24 14 77
Mid Ulster 234 -17% 43 31
Barnsley 233 -52% 217 168 160
Bristol, City of 233 -59% 68 55 6
Bridgend 233 -10% 97
Redditch 232 -40% 20 19 137
Tower Hamlets 231 -20% 29 18 39
Sunderland 230 -52% 194 97 154
Tonbridge and Malling 228 13% 8 8 61
Ashfield 227 -37% 52 40 73
Folkestone and Hythe 226 52% 14 12 53
Leeds 223 -56% 301 180 59
North West Leicestershire 223 -52% 32 25 48
Lichfield 223 -54% 41 32 144
Gateshead 222 -58% 107 55 116
Derry City and Strabane 220 -14% 57 31
North Kesteven 218 -33% 40 36 52
Newark and Sherwood 218 -24% 39 28 47
Solihull 218 -41% 72 48 181
Coventry 216 -31% 44 27 72
Northumberland 215 -37% 133 73 58
Gloucester 215 20% 18 16 58
Greater Glasgow and Clyde 215 -29% 437 295 135
South Derbyshire 214 -53% 30 21 89
Redcar and Cleveland 212 -62% 71 37 130
Chorley 212 -31% 43 32 140
Broxbourne 212 -20% 14 9 143
North Somerset 212 -36% 38 28 34
Ealing 211 -25% 42 26 112
Sheffield 208 -43% 238 156 67
Melton 207 -60% 21 18 98
Monmouthshire 205 39% 0
Tameside 204 -59% 195 85 142
Woking 203 13% 17 12 136
Castle Point 201 14% 11 7 81
Northampton 200 -39% 28 23 129
Salford 199 -64% 142 79 106
Ribble Valley 199 -48% 39 20 190
Mansfield 198 -50% 35 25 69
Ceredigion 198 38% 21
North East Derbyshire 197 -40% 28 20 95
Hounslow 197 -11% 34 23 83
Brent 196 -20% 18 6 131
South Gloucestershire 196 -50% 48 43 73
Enfield 195 -9% 19 14 132
Wrexham 195 5% 55
Scarborough 194 -71% 53 45 39
Nottingham 193 -39% 150 91 72
Epping Forest 192 -26% 19 11 99
Brentwood 191 -31% 34 20 75
Blackpool 189 -47% 97 61 56
Wyre Forest 189 -43% 21 11 134
Stockport 188 -52% 100 63 86
Rugby 186 -37% 16 12 76
Hillingdon 186 -28% 28 23 80
Vale of Glamorgan 186 44% 28
Fylde 184 -45% 54 29 104
Kingston upon Thames 184 -12% 22 19 16
Bromsgrove 180 -46% 7 7 51
Selby 179 -40% 16 12 -2
Ashford 178 24% 7 5 109
Gedling 177 -42% 52 36 84
Greenwich 174 -4% 17 11 71
Halton 171 -38% 47 16 77
Ipswich 171 61% 10 10 -16
Warrington 169 -54% 104 58 87
Charnwood 168 -62% 32 20 72
Merton 168 -2% 16 13 94
Runnymede 168 -38% 9 8 95
South Kesteven 166 -36% 26 21 24
Barnet 166 -21% 37 27 123
Carlisle 164 -34% 18 14 132
Swindon 164 -32% 15 10 107
Mid and East Antrim 164 -7% 22 18
South Northamptonshire 162 -36% 17 16 0
Broxtowe 160 -44% 46 30 71
Gosport 160 -32% 9 8 12
St. Helens 158 -50% 77 42 87
Harrow 158 -25% 12 5 138
Spelthorne 158 -46% 13 11 16
Ayrshire and Arran 158 -16% 140 107 116
Hertsmere 156 1% 20 12 192
Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon 156 -38% 48 28
Reading 155 -2% 30 14 109
Oxford 154 -47% 2 2 30
Hackney and City of London 153 -14% 20 11 74
Watford 152 -32% 22 10 88
Milton Keynes 152 -18% 32 32 56
Croydon 151 -8% 33 26 107
Surrey Heath 151 -21% 4 3 98
Shropshire 150 -48% 67 48 88
Causeway Coast and Glens 150 -60% 40 35
Sutton 149 -24% 25 22 87
Derbyshire Dales 148 -44% 15 10 39
Erewash 148 -58% 63 40 115
Rochford 148 -8% 5 4 57
Portsmouth 148 -55% 22 18 -26
Rother 147 5% 20 17 46
Havant 147 -38% 18 16 86
Cheshire East 146 -49% 62 40 109
Three Rivers 146 -35% 17 11 11
South Holland 145 -46% 38 28 66
East Devon 144 -20% 14 12 -49
Trafford 142 -65% 86 53 67
Kettering 142 -44% 3 3 112
Wealden 142 19% 16 15 26
Wyre 141 -50% 89 55 101
Southend-on-Sea 141 -24% 16 15 38
Bromley 141 -12% 16 10 63
Knowsley 140 -62% 90 34 141
Sevenoaks 140 -21% 15 11 60
Fermanagh and Omagh 140 -29% 16 7
Epsom and Ewell 139 -47% 12 6 103
Lancaster 138 -16% 60 37 27
West Lancashire 138 -57% 64 32 128
Craven 138 -51% 10 7 149
Belfast 138 -43% 87 58
Chesterfield 137 -60% 20 19 35
Hammersmith and Fulham 137 -38% 13 9 69
Haringey 137 -17% 15 5 96
Warwick 136 -56% 16 14 129
Kensington and Chelsea 136 -16% 11 9 22
Corby 134 -36% 17 14 64
Rushcliffe 134 -42% 35 22 24
Sefton 132 -60% 199 95 212
Norwich 132 -14% 6 6 49
Mendip 132 22% 9 8 36
Cheltenham 131 -24% 13 10 85
East Northamptonshire 130 -54% 19 15 99
Hinckley and Bosworth 129 -68% 19 14 74
Wellingborough 129 -23% 8 5 120
East Hertfordshire 129 -33% 10 8 81
High Peak 128 -64% 52 27 106
Daventry 127 -57% 17 11 86
Braintree 127 16% 18 13 48
South Norfolk 127 -42% 14 11 18
North Devon 127 -29% 8 7 -13
Tewkesbury 127 -10% 9 9 27
Pembrokeshire 127 110% 1
Cheshire West and Chester 126 -65% 102 85 56
Liverpool 126 -62% 337 140 174
Broadland 126 -28% 14 11 35
Richmondshire 125 -58% 8 8 100
Lambeth 124 -33% 10 4 71
Guildford 122 -34% 10 7 46
Flintshire 122 -28% 92
Ryedale 121 -48% 11 10 51
Bedford 121 -27% 29 22 83
St Albans 121 -27% 17 14 111
Windsor and Maidenhead 121 -45% 22 13 46
Hambleton 120 -49% 23 18 75
Islington 118 -41% 6 6 42
Chelmsford 117 -14% 15 8 43
Dacorum 117 -26% 16 7 115
Fenland 116 -17% 9 9 41
Wokingham 116 -34% 28 17 79
Mole Valley 116 -35% 6 5 201
Exeter 116 -36% 16 15 -42
Harrogate 115 -64% 13 10 112
Southwark 115 -16% 3 3 58
Westminster 115 -34% 14 6 43
Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 115 -59% 95 66 29
Wandsworth 114 -44% 18 12 42
Sedgemoor 114 -33% 18 13 128
Lothian 114 -3% 145 94 89
Worcester 112 -65% 8 8 79
Lewisham 112 -16% 12 6 75
Lisburn and Castlereagh 112 -39% 32 20
South Lakeland 111 -54% 36 21 223
York 111 -46% 16 11 53
Welwyn Hatfield 110 -39% 7 6 76
Forest of Dean 110 -14% 10 9 75
Forth Valley 110 -6% 57 45 114
Tayside 110 -9% 57 41 86
Wychavon 109 -45% 23 18 117
Mid Sussex 109 -35% 18 17 117
Torridge 108 4% 6 4 -25
Newry, Mourne and Down 108 -19% 29 15
Stevenage 107 -42% 4 3 33
Reigate and Banstead 107 -42% 18 11 77
Stroud 107 -49% 24 22 42
Ards and North Down 107 -40% 15 9
Babergh 105 -47% 38 35 67
Camden 104 -29% 3 2 36
South Somerset 104 -32% 15 14 -9
North Hertfordshire 103 -35% 5 4 24
East Hampshire 103 -43% 7 6 56
Cherwell 102 -46% 6 5 109
King's Lynn and West Norfolk 101 -25% 14 8 50
Basingstoke and Deane 101 -34% 23 22 79
North Norfolk 100 64% 7 7 94
Richmond upon Thames 100 -35% 13 11 23
Bath and North East Somerset 100 -63% 7 4 46
Torbay 100 -60% 36 16 -19
Antrim and Newtownabbey 100 -53% 31 20
Winchester 97 -51% 17 12 12
Fareham 96 -46% 11 9 81
Plymouth 96 -64% 39 23 -8
Herefordshire, County of 95 -47% 17 8 93
Stratford-on-Avon 94 -48% 19 8 126
Southampton 94 -62% 11 5 31
Elmbridge 94 -37% 17 16 80
Allerdale 93 -59% 15 11 114
Eastbourne 92 -12% 8 5 -29
Tandridge 92 -50% 5 4 129
Wiltshire 92 -27% 53 47 92
Denbighshire 92 -1% 45
Tunbridge Wells 91 -29% 5 4 27
Powys 91 -26% 48
Central Bedfordshire 90 -38% 23 16 92
Rushmoor 90 -38% 3 2 54
Great Yarmouth 89 -65% 19 13 22
Cambridge 86 -72% 2 1 -22
Barrow-in-Furness 85 -58% 45 25 137
Uttlesford 85 -52% 4 3 71
Hastings 85 1% 1 1 -22
Lewes 85 -14% 8 6 135
Chichester 85 -46% 10 6 129
Grampian 84 78% 32 19 35
Isle of Anglesey 83 107% 63
Wirral 82 -62% 125 52 137
Colchester 81 -28% 45 31 20
Malvern Hills 80 -38% 7 6 41
Waverley 80 -46% 12 8 93
Crawley 79 -58% 11 7 22
Bracknell Forest 78 -46% 12 6 29
Horsham 77 -37% 17 10 131
West Devon 77 -35% 3 3 20
Copeland 75 -71% 24 18 56
Rutland 75 -53% 9 7 63
West Berkshire 75 -47% 13 6 92
Mid Devon 75 -13% 5 4 10
Test Valley 74 -41% 19 8 113
Eastleigh 73 -51% 11 9 92
Hart 73 -39% 2 2 25
East Cambridgeshire 70 -21% 3 2 82
Tendring 70 -4% 43 29 94
Maldon 69 -22% 2 2 72
Somerset West and Taunton 69 -42% 6 6 50
Breckland 68 -56% 14 10 59
East Suffolk 68 -34% 26 22 33
Vale of White Horse 68 -57% 6 5 119
Huntingdonshire 65 -52% 6 5 68
Brighton and Hove 65 -67% 24 16 16
Arun 65 -37% 6 5 54
Eden 64 -74% 12 9 53
Dumfries and Galloway 64 -56% 28 13 74
South Oxfordshire 63 -61% 10 5 30
Borders 62 -11% 6 4 56
West Oxfordshire 56 -62% 5 3 70
Dorset 55 -57% 42 30 35
Teignbridge 55 -38% 15 12 21
Adur 54 -48% 4 0 26
South Cambridgeshire 53 -62% 5 3 34
New Forest 46 -70% 23 15 99
South Hams 45 -61% 8 5 -49
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 43 -54% 21 19 -29
Cotswold 42 -77% 21 18 99
West Suffolk 40 -50% 6 3 75
Isle of Wight 39 -58% 10 8 -8
Mid Suffolk 38 -55% 7 7 96
Worthing 35 -56% 17 8 82
Highland 35 -35% 3 1 41
Gwynedd 31 -44% 0
Conwy 23 -69% -2
Shetland 18 1 1 -30
Orkney 9 1 1 76
Western Isles 4 -67% 0 0 0
City of London 41
Isles of Scilly -135
England and Wales 106