With coronavirus prominent in all of our lives we all want to keep track of cases in our area.

A new government interactive map shows the number of Covid-19 cases where you are, with the map breaking down data even further than just your ward.

Showing the number of cases in 34 different areas, the map is updated every 24 hours.

We’ve taken the  most recent data available, the seven days to October 9, and put it all below for you.

Although included on the map, Whitley and Eastern Green have not been included in this list as there is no data available for them online.

Use the widget below to see the latest Covid-19 restrictions in your area. Scroll down to see the data for each Coventry ward mapped

Central Coventry



In central Coventry, during the week up to October 9, there were 34 cases and a rolling seven day rate of 195.3 cases per 100,000 people.

It is rated as having a fairly average number of cases compared to the rest of the UK.

Cases have increased by 126% since the previous week.

Hillfields



The Hillfields area of the city had 35 confirmed coronavirus cases.

Its rolling rate was 221.3 per 100,000 and it is rated only slightly above average compared to other areas nationally.

It had a 250% increase in cases from the previous week.

Lower Stoke and Gosford Park



There were 21 cases in this area of the city.

Lower than the city centre and Hillfields, it had a rate of 163.5 cases per 100,000.

This puts it only slightly lower than the national average and has a 110% increase.

Earlsdon and Canley Gardens



Earlsdon and Canley Gardens had 12 cases up during the week up to October 9 and an average infection rate of 133.2 per 100,000 people.

This put it slightly above the national average with a 140% increase.

Whoberley



With only five cases in the week running up to October 9, Whoberley had one of the lowest numbers across the city.

It had an infection rate of 61.8 per 100,000 and a reduction of cases, being 37.5% lower.

Despite this, when looking at population, Whoberley is still slightly above the national average.

Allesley Park



Allesley Park recorded only three cases during the seven days up to October 9.

Compared to the national average, based on population, it is slightly above.

However cases reduced by 40% on the previous week and the infection rate was 51 per 100,000.

Coundon



In the week running up to October 9, there were 11 recorded Covid-19 cases in the Coundon area.

There was an increase of 175% in cases and an infection rate of 181 per 100,000 during this time period.

That placed it at the national average rate.

Radford West



Radford West saw an increase of 125% in cases in the seven days  to October 9.

It had a total of nines cases and was rated slightly above the national average.

The infection rate for the area was 125.6 per 100,000 for this time period.

Radford East



In the week to October 9, Radford East had a total of nine reported cases.

The infection rate stood at 107.3 per 100,000 and there was no change in the number of cases.

The area was slightly above the national average.

Naul’s Mill and Bishopgate Green



This area had three cases in the week running up to October 9.

Although a low number, it was slightly over the national average due to the population size this area.

There was a 25% face since the previous data and a rate of 25.5 cases per 100,000.

Holbrooks



The Holbrooks area had an infection rate of almost 200 per 100,000 in seven days to October 9.

There was an 11.8% increase in cases, with a total of 19 during that time.

It was below the national average.

Whitmore Park



Similar to other areas in the city, Whitmore Park was currently slightly above the national average of cases.

It dropped by 10% in recorded cases for the seven days to October 9 when compared to the previous seven day average.

The area currently had an infection rate of 144.9 per 100,000.

Keresley



Keresley had an infection rate of more than 200 per 100,000, standing at 204.1.

It recorded a total of 14 cases in the week running up to October 9 and had a reduction of 6.7% since the previous data.

Despite the high infection rate, it still stands slightly below the national average.

Ash Green and Keresley End



In the week up to October 9, the Ash Green and Keresley End area had 10 cases, which was an increase of 233.3%.

It was above the national average with an infection rate of 116.8 per 100,000.

Longford



Longford fell within in a similar range of many other areas in Coventry, sitting above the national average.

In the seven days up to October 9 there were 10 cases recorded.

There was an increase of 11.1% in cases and an infection rate of 123.3 per 100,000.

Bell Green



In the week up to October 9, Bell Green had one of the lowest case numbers in the area with just three confirmed cases.

It had also seen a reduction in cases reducing by 76.9%.

Despite this, it was still above the national average based on population and has an infection rate of 35.3 per 100,000.

Stoke Heath



Stoke Heath had seven cases in the week running up to October 9, putting it above the national average.

It saw a reduction of 22.2% since the previous case data.

It had an infection rate of 75.4 per 100,000.

Copsewood



Like many other areas in Coventry, Copsewood was slightly above the national average with 14 cases in the week up to October 9.

The infection rate in the area was 128.4 per 100,000 and there had been a percentage increase in cases of 250%.

Barras Heath



During the seven days up to October 9, Barras Heath had 12 Covid-19 cases.

Overall, this was an increase of 140% from the previous data record placing it around the national average.

The infection rate in this area was 170.5 per 100,000.

Wyken Croft



The Wyken Croft area of Coventry saw four reported cases in the week running up to October 9.

There was no change in the number of cases and the infection rate stood at 65.7 per 100,000 for this time period.

Henley Green and Wood End



This area of Coventry saw eight cases in the week up to October 9.

It had an infection rate of 78 per 100,000 and a reduction of 42.9% in cases from the previous time period.

It was only slightly above the national average.

Walsgrave and Woodway Park



In the seven days to October 9, this area of Coventry saw only five cases, which was a 50% reduction from the previous record.

It was slightly above the national average and had a rolling seven day infection rate of 59.7 per 100,000.

Clifford Park



Also slightly above the national average, Clifford Park had seven cases in the week up to October 9.

It had an increase of 250% in cases from the previous data record, falling slightly above the national average.

The infection rate in the area was 89 per 100,000.

Wolston, Binley Woods and Ryton



This area covers a larger patch and saw 11 cases in the seven days up to October 9.

It had a rolling rate of 145 per 100,000 and was classed as average in the number of cases when compared nationally.

It had an increase of 22.2% in cases since the previous week.

Willenhall



Willenhall was above national average for cases, despite only having four cases in the week ending October 9.

It has had a percentage increase of 33.3% in cases and had an infection rate of 53.5 per 100,000.

Cannon Park and University



This area was the hardest hit in the city for cases having recorded 178 in the week running up to October 9.

It had a 381.1% increase since the previously recorded data and was well above the national average.

The infection rate here was 1785.9 per 100,000.

Canley and Westwood Heath



Showing green on the map, this area was one of the lowest in the city for cases.

In the seven days up to October 9, there were four reported cases of Covid-19, which was an increase of 33.3% from the previous data.

Although low in cases, it was still deemed to be above the national average.

Tile Hill



In the seven days up to October 9, Tile Hill saw three cases of coronavirus.

This placed it only slightly above the national average, even though it had a reduction of cases by 50%.

The infection rate here was 33.9 per 100,000.

Balsall Common



Balsall Common matched the national average during the week running up to October 9.

There were 15 cases, which was an increase of 400% from the previous data.

The infection rate here was 179.5 per 100,000 for the time period.

Ernesford Grange and Stoke Aldermoor



In the week running up to October 9, this area had 13 cases in total.

Overall there was an infection rate of 121.4 per 100,000 with the area seeing an increase of 18.2%.

This placed it in line with the national average.

Allesley Green and Lower Eastern Green



This area of the city was slightly above the national average, with five cases in the week running up to October 9.

It had a reduction of cases by 16.7% and an infection rate of 84.9 per 100,000.

Cheylesmore Daventry Road



Similar to other areas of the city, Cheylesmore Daventry Road was slightly above the national average for cases.

It had 11 recorded cases in the seven days up to October 9, which was an increase of 37.5% from the previous data.

It had an infection rate of 121.7 per 100,000.

Stivichall and Finham



Stivichall and Finham had six cases in the week running up to October 9.

The area had an infection rate of 68.5 per 100,000 with a 25% reduction of cases.

This data placed it slightly above the national average.

Foleshill West



In the seven days up to October 9, Foleshill West had eight cases, seeing a decrease of 7%.

It placed slightly above the national average and had an infection rate of 102.3 per 100,000.

Foleshill East



In comparison, Foleshill East had 14 cases in the week up to October 9, an increase of 40%.

It had an infection rate of 114.8 per 100,000 placing around the national average.

Ravensdale



Ravensdale had seven record cases in the week up to October 9, which was a reduction of 56.2%.

This placed it slightly above the national average with an infection rate of 83.7 per 100,000.

The data and images for the above maps used information from Ordinance Survey, Royal Mail, Public Health England and the Office for National Statistics.

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