London coronavirus cases revealed by municipality as Covid infections plummet in capital – EzAnime.net

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Ovid-19 cases have plummeted so fast in London that only 13 new confirmed infections were announced for Westminster on Monday, but the inner-city economy faces several more months of being ruined by ‘work from home’ councils .

The seven-day rate in Westminster fell to 54.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 in the week through Feb. 17, down from the peak of 619.2 on Jan. 4.

In Islington, only 13 confirmed cases were also announced on Monday and their rate was even lower on February 17 at 45.4.

Tower Hamlets saw 22 new cases on Monday and the rate fell to 54.8, and Hackney and the City of London 15 new cases with the rate to 67.4.

Ten boroughs in London already have a seven-day rate below 70, according to figures released Monday, although the actual number of infections is significantly higher than confirmed cases, in part due to the number of people suffering from the disease. asymptomatic form.

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Health Secretary Matt Hancock this morning defended the “national approach” to ease the lockdown.

However, this policy means that Covid cases could drop to extremely low levels in central London before counseling on work from home is abandoned, which the Government will consider as part of a review to be reported sooner. June 21, the date of Stage 4 when almost all restrictions could be lifted.

As infections decline significantly, ministers are sure to face increasing calls from conservative heads of business and MPs to ease restrictions more quickly, especially given their impact on inner-city economies across the country.

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In London alone, thousands of businesses are struggling to survive and tens of thousands of jobs are at risk due to the ’emptying’ of the city center with so few people going to work.

The lifting of the “work from home” notice is linked to a review of social distancing restrictions that will be presented before June 21.

“The review… will provide guidance on how to work from home; people should continue to work from home where they can until this review is completed, ”states the government’s plan.

The current lockdown rules say, “You can only leave your home to work if you cannot work from home, to help reduce the spread of the virus and protect others.”

There are signs that the decline in the disease may be slowing down in London, with the seven-day rate reaching 90.6 new cases per 100,000 in the week to February 17, after a 34.9 percent drop, still a significant reduction but below weekly falls of over 42 percent in recent days.

The highest rate was in Hounslow at 152.5.

The seven-day rate for Londoners aged 60 and over has been reduced to 82.2 and for the younger age group to 92.3.

Hospitals in the capital are still under heavy pressure, with 2,734 coronavirus patients, as of Sunday, down from a second wave peak of 7,917 on January 18, with 667 so sick they have ventilators.

Another 848 confirmed cases of Covid were announced for the city on Monday.

The Southeast is down at a seven-day rate of 86.3 after a drop of 26.8, the Southwest of 76.9 after a drop of 27.3, and the Eastern region is at 104.7 with a drop of the 25.7 percent.

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The East Midlands has the highest rate of 180 with a decline of ten percent, the West Midlands 164.9 a decrease of 20.6 percent, the Northwest 164.1 a 17 percent, the Northeast 157.1 a 12.8 and Yorkshire and Humber 151.3 or 8.9 percent. .

Detailed figures show that in:

* Islington there were 110 cases in the week through February 17, 103 (48.4%) with a seven-day rate of 45.4

* Richmond 130 cases, a decrease of 118 (47.6%) rate 65.7

* Greenwich 199 cases, drop 180 (47.5%) rate 69.1

* Bromley 204 cases, a decrease of 171 (45.6%) rate 61.4

* Lewisham 188 cases, decrease of 151 (44.5%) rate 61.5

* Lambeth 272 cases, decrease of 207 (43.2%) rate 83.4

* Westminster 142 cases, a decrease of 104 (42.3%) rate 54.3

* With 236 cases, 170 (41.9%) drop rate 90.9

* Enfield 240 cases, drop from 172 (41.7%) rate 71.9

* Hammersmith and Fulham 181 cases, decrease of 126 (41%) rate 97.8

* Brent 383 cases, 258 (40.2%) down rate 116.1

* Tower Hamlets 178 cases, a decrease of 114 (39%) rate 54.8

* Newham saw 367 cases, a reduction of 221 (37.6%) rate 103.9

* Southwark 207 cases, a decrease of 119 (36.5%) rate 64.9

* Croydon 360 cases, 206 fewer (36.4%) rate 93.1

* Reduction of 511 cases, reduction of 273 (34.8%) rate 149.5

* Harrow 281 cases, 149 (34.7%) below rate 111.9

* Wandsworth 272 cases, a decrease of 135 (33.2%) rate 82.5

* Merton 241 cases, decrease of 119 (33.1%) rate 116.7

* Hillingdon 444 cases, a decrease of 196 (30.6%) rate 144.7

* Barnet 358 cases, low 157 (30.5%) rate 90.4

* Sutton 197 cases, 86 (30.4%) below rate 95.5

* Hounslow 414 cases, 181 (30.4%) down rate 152.5

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* Haringey 215 cases, 87 (28.8%) low rate 80

* Kingston 187 cases, a reduction of 70 (27.2%) rate 105.3

* Waltham Forest 267 cases, a decrease of 93 (25.8%) rate 96.4

* Barking and Dagenham 285 cases, 97 (25.4%) less rate 133.9

* Hackney and City of London 196 cases, a decrease of 65 (24.9%) rate 67.4

* Redbridge 332 cases, 98.8% less (22.8%) rate 108.8

* Bexley 229 cases, a decrease of 64 (21.8%) rate 92.2

* Kensington and Chelsea 134 cases, a decrease of 32 (19.3%) rate 85.8

* Camden 163 cases, a decrease of 35 (17.7%) rate 60.4

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