Confinement allows London to improve its data against Covid-19

London reported on Thursday of 24 new positives of Covid-19, along with a only death of a 90 year old woman. In addition, according to data from the Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) the biggest declines are in the London city center areas, those most affected by the second wave of coronavirus. Meanwhile, the MLHU has explained on its website new changes in the way of counting total cases.

At North of the city, the municipality of Enfield he has reduced their cases by 42% and has managed to decrease its incidence rate to 174.1. In Islington data was contracted by up to 42,4% and the rate fell to 124,6.

South of the River Thames, Southwestern Public Health reported that the highest number of positive cases this week has been 18. In addition, districts What Southwark Y Lewisham recorded decreases in 42,9% Y 39,2%, respectively. They also saw the incidence rate drop to 148,4 Y 165,4.

In the districts bordering London the numbers also improve considerably. On the one hand, cases they lowered a 45,8% in Tower Hamlets and its rate incidence deflated to 118.9. In the city of London, this last data fell to 124.1 per 100,000 residents. Camden has for its part the lower incidence rate located in 104,8, after a 37.4% decrease in cases.

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In the opposite way, they are districts located at west london those who are experiencing the milder falls. For example, cases like Richmond with a drop of just the 17,9% or the 26,6% in Hounslow.

According to the new report, Middlesex-London has 221 active cases, a total of 5,959 cases recorded and 180 deaths. On the other hand, lMLHU continues to report on new outbreaks active in London.

Active outbreaks of Covid-19 in the region

The MLHU is in charge of reporting on active sprouts. This is where the cases are in the region, according to published data:

  • Elgin-Oxford: 18 new, 120 active, 2,416 total, 2,232 resolved, 64 deaths
  • Huron-Perth: eight new, 42 active, 1,280 total, 1,191 resolved, 47 deaths (one new death)
  • Haldimand-Norfolk: two new, 43 active, 1,377 total, 1,290 resolved, 39 deaths (one new death)
  • Gray-Bruce: four new, 17 active, 669 total, 651 resolved, one death
  • Sarnia-Lambton: seven new, 59 active, 1,904 total, 1,800 resolved, 45 deaths (one new death)

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