Covid-19 within the UK: What number of coronavirus instances are there in my space?

Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in my area?


Cases are people who have tested positive for coronavirus. Figures include reinfections. In England, Scotland and Northern Ireland reinfections include anyone who tested positive more than 90 days after their last positive test. In Wales they include anyone who tested positive more than 42 days after their last positive test. Public health bodies may occasionally revise their case numbers up or down. Case rate by age only available for England. *The “average area” means the middle ranking council or local government district when ranked by cases per 100,000 people.
The case rate chart shows how many people have tested positive each day for every 100,000 people in that area. The dark blue line shows the average daily rate over the past seven days. This average helps to show whether cases are rising or falling. The case rate by age chart shows how many people have tested positive in each age group per 100,000 people. Steeper rises in older age groups…