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

Details from government’s new covid-19 postcode dashboard has shown the city’s positive cases rose again by just less than the 114 they rose by yesterday.

It means that the city has now had 643 positive cases in the last seven days, according to the website.

How Coventry’s daily cases look for October 15

This represents a 38 per cent increase on confirmed cases compared to last week.

It also confirms the city’s rising rate as it teeters towards being moved from a ‘tier one’ restriction level to ‘tier 2.’

Over in nearby Warwickshire, Warwick has had the biggest rise today- for the second day running.

Warwick had the highest number of cases again in Warwickshire

There were 31 positive cases added to statistics today, with 176 in the last seven days.

Next is Rugby,which has had 22 new positive daily cases added to the website today. This brings the town’s total for the past seven days to 120 cases.

In Nuneaton and Bedworth, there have been 19 new daily cases recorded, bringing the borough’s total for the past seven days to 124.

Statistics for Stratford-on-Avon show there have been 19 recorded cases today, with 118 in the past seven days,

Over in North Warwickshire, ten new daily cases have been recorded, which means there have been 59 positive cases in the last seven days.

This is 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 updated every afternoon and is broken down in to four sections:

Specific data per local hospital is not available on the website.

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