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What lockdown tier are YOU? Coronavirus map reveals full list of risk areas ahead of Boris' 'traffic light' system

CORONAVIRUS cases are rising across large swathes of the country – and our map shows how at risk YOUR area is.

Boris Johnson is set to unveil a three-tier local lockdown code next week, with regions categorised as high, medium or low risk.

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The PM's new system plans to tackle high risk areas with rising infections, while allowing lower risk spots to carry on mixing households and going to the pub.

It comes as 10million Brits in the North of England face a looming lockdown on Monday, with pubs and restaurants ordered to shut.

Tier 1 will see current social distancing measures, the “rule of six” and a pub curfew of 10pm enforced.

Areas in Tier 2 will have the same restrictions plus a ban on households mixing.

And in Tier 3, people will not be able to mix households and pubs, restaurants and other hospitality businesses will be shut.

Here we outline the high risk and low risk areas of England, using the average infection rate over seven days per 100,000 people up to October 4.

HIGH RISK

  • Allerdale 63.4
  • Amber Valley 74.9
  • Ashfield 100.1
  • Barking and Dagenham 59.7
  • Barnet 79.3
  • Barnsley 141.4
  • Barrow-in-Furness 193.9
  • Basildon 62 Bassetlaw 84.3
  • Bath and North East Somerset 58.5
  • Bedford 68.1
  • Bexley 51.6
  • Birmingham 151.9
  • Blaby 89.6
  • Blackburn with Darwen 248.5
  • Blackpool 177.8
  • Bolsover 67
  • Bolton 255.3
  • Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 67
  • Bradford 282
  • Brent 74.9
  • Brentwood 77.9
  • Brighton and Hove 59.5
  • Bristol 61.1
  • Bromley 53.9
  • Bromsgrove 104.1
  • Broxtowe 165.7
  • Burnley 403.7
  • Bury 281.7
  • Calderdale 165
  • Camden 51.1
  • Cannock Chase 59.5
  • Charnwood 100.6
  • Cherwell 50.5
  • Cheshire East 135.1
  • Cheshire West and Chester 135
  • Chesterfield 77.2
  • Chiltern 60.6
  • Chorley 164.1
  • Co Durham 193.6
  • Coventry 102.8
  • Craven 155.8
  • Croydon 62.3
  • Dacorum 56.9
  • Darlington 171.3
  • Daventry 55.8
  • Derby 75.4
  • Derbyshire Dales 55.3
  • Doncaster 136.3
  • Dudley 73.1
  • Ealing 93.6
  • East Hertfordshire 75.5
  • East Northamptonshire 80.4
  • East Riding of Yorkshire 106.7
  • East Staffordshire 50.9
  • Elmbridge 98.7
  • Enfield 68
  • Epping Forest 66.1
  • Epsom and Ewell 62
  • Erewash 94.5
  • Exeter 338.6
  • Fylde 153.5
  • Gateshead 232.1
  • Gedling 124.7
  • Great Yarmouth 82.5
  • Guildford 66.4
  • Hackney and City of London 95.7
  • Halton 327.6
  • Hambleton 108.1
  • Hammersmith and Fulham 72.4
  • Harborough 72.5
  • Haringey 84.1
  • Harrogate 114.4
  • Harrow 82.8
  • Hartlepool 243.4
  • Havering 55.9
  • Hertsmere 99.1
  • High Peak 128.4
  • Hillingdon 70.4
  • Hinckley and Bosworth 67.2
  • Hounslow 79.2 
  • Hyndburn 282.6
  • Islington 74.2
  • Kensington and Chelsea 71.7
  • Kettering 61.9
  • Kingston upon Hull 92.4
  • Kingston upon Thames 68.2
  • Kirklees 186.5
  • Knowsley 574.7
  • Lambeth 71.2
  • Lancaster 162.3
  • Leeds 363.5
  • Leicester 129.0
  • Lewisham 60.5
  • Lichfield 81.1
  • Lincoln 81.6
  • Liverpool 551.6
  • Luton 59.6
  • Malvern Hills 58.5
  • Manchester 541.5
  • Mansfield 62.2
  • Melton 76.2
  • Middlesbrough 250.4
  • Mole Valley 58.5
  • Newark and Sherwood 117.6
  • Newcastle upon Tyne 479.8
  • Newcastle-under-Lyme 112.8
  • Newham 70.2
  • North East Derbyshire 123.2
  • North East Lincolnshire 68.3
  • North Kesteven 52.2
  • North Lincolnshire 87.6
  • North Tyneside 226.5
  • North Warwickshire 53.6
  • Northampton 53.9
  • Northumberland 177.4
  • Nottingham 496.8
  • Nuneaton and Bedworth 67
  • Oadby and Wigston 126.3
  • Oldham 278.8
  • Oxford 110.9
  • Pendle 299.6
  • Peterborough 56.4
  • Preston 306.7
  • Redbridge 103.9
  • Redcar and Cleveland 169.2
  • Redditch 54
  • Ribble Valley 234.9
  • Richmond upon Thames 103.5
  • Richmondshire 119.1
  • Rochdale 324.6
  • Rossendale 249
  • Rotherham 195.9
  • Rugby 80.8
  • Runnymede 59.3
  • Rushcliffe 181.2
  • Rushmoor 60.3
  • Rutland 85.2
  • Ryedale 102.9
  • Salford 304.8
  • Sandwell 112
  • Scarborough 93.8
  • Sefton 350.6
  • Selby 79.5
  • Sevenoaks 58
  • Sheffield 358.2
  • Shropshire 57.6
  • Slough 79.6
  • Solihull 114.2
  • South Bucks 64.2
  • South Cambridgeshire 50.3
  • South Derbyshire 64.3
  • South Gloucestershire 55.1
  • South Kesteven 68.8
  • South Lakeland 113.2
  • South Oxfordshire 52.1
  • South Ribble 202.2
  • South Staffordshire 82.7
  • South Tyneside 266.9
  • Southwark 57.1
  • Spelthorne 66.1
  • St Albans 68
  • St Helens 332.8
  • Stafford 106.4
  • Staffordshire Moorlands 56.9
  • Stockport 215
  • Stockton-on-Tees 228.5
  • Stoke-on-Trent 60.1
  • Stratford-on-Avon 71.5
  • Sunderland 285.6
  • Surrey Heath 51.5
  • Tameside 239.7
  • Tamworth 58.7
  • Telford and Wrekin 53.4
  • Three Rivers 72.9
  • Tower Hamlets 82.5
  • Trafford 259.1
  • Tunbridge Wells 51.4
  • Uttlesford 75.6
  • Wakefield 156.2
  • Walsall 117.3
  • Waltham Forest 71.8
  • Wandsworth 65.8
  • Warrington 245.7
  • Warwick 59.1
  • Watford 64.2
  • Waverley 65.7
  • Wellingborough 51.4
  • West Lancashire 280.8
  • West Lindsey 103.5
  • Westminster 67
  • Wigan 257.1
  • Windsor and Maidenhead 76.6
  • Wirral 234.9
  • Woking 63.5
  • Wolverhampton 73.7
  • Worcester 67.2
  • Wychavon 57.2
  • Wyre 125.8
  • Wyre Forest 65.2
  • York 192.3 

MEDIUM RISK

  • Adur 29.5
  • Arun 24.3
  • Ashford 23.8
  • Aylesbury Vale 33.6
  • Babergh 32.6
  • Basingstoke and Deane 27.2
  • Boston 29.9
  • Bracknell Forest 36.7
  • Braintree 28.2
  • Breckland 23.6
  • Broadland 28.3
  • Broxbourne 45.2
  • Cambridge 39.3
  • Canterbury 35.7
  • Carlisle 49.7
  • Castle Point 43.2
  • Central Bedfordshire 35
  • Chelmsford 45.4
  • Cheltenham 46.4
  • Chichester 28.1
  • Colchester 30.3
  • Copeland 49.9
  • Corby 45.7
  • Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 23.9
  • Cotswold 33.4
  • Crawley 32.9
  • Dartford 28.4
  • Dorset 24.6
  • East Cambridgeshire 26.7
  • East Devon 32.1
  • East Hampshire 40.1
  • East Lindsey 29.6
  • East Suffolk 34.1
  • Eastbourne 36.6
  • Eastleigh 24
  • Eden 31.9
  • Fenland 46.1
  • Forest of Dean 33.4
  • Gloucester 46.5
  • Gravesham 42.1
  • Greenwich 49
  • Harlow 31
  • Hart 43.3
  • Hastings 38.9
  • Havant 23
  • Horsham 45.9
  • Huntingdonshire 46.1
  • Ipswich 24.1
  • King's Lynn and West Norfolk 31.7
  • Lewes 30
  • Maidstone 27.4
  • Medway 29.4
  • Mendip 31.1
  • Merton 42.6
  • Mid Suffolk 27
  • Mid Sussex 31.8
  • Milton Keynes 40.5
  • New Forest 28.3
  • North Devon 25.7
  • North Hertfordshire 48.7
  • North Somerset 37.2
  • North West Leicestershire 48.3
  • Norwich 43.4
  • Plymouth 34.7
  • Portsmouth 47
  • Reading 42
  • Reigate and Banstead 32.3
  • Rochford 20.6
  • Sedgemoor 21.1
  • Somerset West and Taunton 45.8
  • South Holland 31.6
  • South Norfolk 29.1
  • South Northamptonshire 38.1
  • South Somerset 23.2
  • Southampton 40
  • Southend-on-Sea 39.3
  • Stevenage 27.3
  • Stroud 25.8
  • Sutton 33.4
  • Swale 36.6
  • Swindon 26.6
  • Tandridge 49.9
  • Teignbridge 43.2
  • Tendring 43.7
  • Test Valley 41.2
  • Tewkesbury 35.8
  • Thanet 21.8
  • Thurrock 38.4
  • Tonbridge and Malling 28.8
  • Torbay 46.2
  • Vale of White Horse 50
  • Wealden 27.9
  • Welwyn Hatfield 48.8
  • West Berkshire 36.6
  • West Devon 28.7
  • West Oxfordshire 30.7
  • West Suffolk 36.3
  • Wiltshire 30.8
  • Winchester 47.3
  • Wokingham 41.5
  • Worthing 22.6
  • Wycombe 44.7 

LOW RISK

  • Dover 19.5
  • Fareham 12
  • Folkestone and Hythe 15
  • Gosport 17.7
  • Herefordshire 19.7
  • Isle of Wight 11.3
  • Maldon 16.9
  • Mid Devon 19.4
  • North Norfolk 14.3
  • Rother 12.5
  • South Hams 18.4
  • Torridge 16.1 

The looming restrictions come as cases in the North West rose by 56 per cent in the seven days to October 1, while hospital admissions were up by 46 per cent.

In the North East there was a 46 per cent rise in cases, with hospital admissions up 45.9 per cent.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon locked down pubs in central Scotland for at least two weeks to tackle a coronavirus surge.

It comes as the Housing Secretary admitted today that some of the local measures hadn't brought the numbers down like it was hoped.

Robert Jenrick insisted that "the measures do work" and that if they hadn't have been put in place, the rate of infection would have been even higher than it is now.

Some of the areas have seen a shocking 3653 per cent rise in infection rates since tough restrictions were brought in.

At least 20 million across the UK are under restrictions. Resentment has been brewing over a clear North-South divide between parts of the country with soaring rates, and others with lower numbers.

The number of new cases of coronavirus recorded in the UK in a single day has doubled in just a week.

Another 14,162 Brits were newly-diagnosed with the virus yesterday – while on September 30, 7,108 people tested positive.

And there were almost as many cases recorded in the first week of October – 91,016 – than in all of September, when 116,390 positive tests were reported.

Another 70 people have also died as the UK's death toll reaches 42,515.

However, experts have reassured Brits that the number of new cases is likely to be significantly lower than it was during the first wave.

 

 

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