Coventry has had more than 100 confirmed positive coronavirus cases added to its statistics in the past 24 hours.

Latest information from the government’s new covid-19 postcode dashboard has shown the city has had 114 cases confirmed today (October 14).

It brings the total new cases that have been identified in the city for the last seven days to 603.

Hotspot areas have been identified in the city, including in Canon Park and University area, which has seen cases rise for the fourth week running.

In neighbouring Warwickshire, Warwick has had the biggest rise today.

There were 34 positive cases added to statistics today, with 165 in the last seven days.

The data for Coventry on October 14.

The data for Nuneaton and Bedworth on October 14

Nuneaton and Bedworth was second with an extra 30 people confirmed as having tested positive today. In the last seven days there have been 115 people in the borough confirmed to have Covid-19.

Over in Rugby, the dashboard shows another 16 confirmed cases have been added, making the total 115 in the last seven days.

In North Warwickshire, there have been ten confirmed cases today and 61 in the last seven day period.

In Stratford-on-Avon, 21 new cases were added to the statistics. There has been 123 confirmed cases there in the past seven days.

How the dashboard works

As reported in our newsletter, the new dashboard gives peopel the chance to check data for their area as well as the region,

It is broken down in to four sections:

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