The Canon Park & University area of Coventry has had almost 200 cases of coronavirus in just one week.

Positive cases by Middle Super Output Area (MSOA) in England show that in the Canon Park & University area there has been another spike in cases.

This is fourth week week running for it to have the biggest rise in the number of cases.

From October 3 to October 9, the cases now stand at 173.

It follows the revelation from health bosses that almost half of recent Covid-19 cases in the city are among those aged 18 to 21.

There are growing concerns that the rising rate in cases could lead to the city being placed into Tier 2 lockdown level. Coventry City Council leader George Duggins has urged residents to take the virus seriously and gollow the guidelines to help curb its spread.

Other hotspot areas are central Coventry with 31, Hillfields with 27 and Holbrooks with 18.

In the Whitley & Tollbar End area 0-2 cases have been recorded in the same time period while neighbouring Willenhall recorded just three new cases.

Stoke Heath recorded six cases, Foleshill East 14 and Chapelfields five.

You can see the numbers for your area here.

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What is happening in Warwickshire

As reported in our newsletter, health bosses have warned that if households do not stop mixing, then Warwickshire’s current Tier 1 level could rise to ‘high alert’. Officials at Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council have echoed the appeals for people to follow the rules.

These are the areas where cases are rising in the county, including in Bedworth, where the map shows 13 cases in Bedworth Heath.

Galley Common in Nuneaton is starting to show a rise in cases, with 9 in the seven day period.

Brinklow, Wolvey and Clifton has had 17 with Rugby town south and school with 11.

Over in Leamington central and north there were 15 cases and 11 in Leamington West and Milverton.

Wellesbourne & Snitterfield in Stratford had 12 confirmed cases and 11 in Wilmcote and Great Alne.

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