Those who live in Attleborough in Nuneaton continue to be hardest hit by coronavirus.
The area of town continues to have the highest rate of Covid 19.
Despite this, the figures for the area, and the town as a whole, are falling.
Figures for the week ending November 25 are below those reported in the week leading up to November 20.
But, the November 25 data, shows that Attleborough still has a significant Covid-19 rate – of 329.5 per 100,000 people.
Nuneaton town centre has the second highest rate at 313.7 per 100,000 people.
Next is Hartshill and Ansley, where the rate per 100,000 people is 303.7.
Next is Stockingford, with a rate of 299.7 per 100,000 population.
Horeston Grange area is the fifth highest, with a 238.5 rate per 100,000 people.
Tackling the problem
Attempts are being made to bring down the rate in Nuneaton, with a number of tactics being used.
Nuneaton’s MP Marcus Jones is also calling for mass testing to be rolled out to the town and neighbouring Bedworth to stop the spread of the virus.
MP for North Warwickshire Craig Tracey announced on his Facebook page this morning that mass testing would be rolled out in the county from next week (December 7).
Tests will be available in North Warwickshire first, the area with the current highest infection rates.
It will then be rolled out in Nuneaton and Bedworth, however details as to where and when people in the town will be able to get a quick turn around test have not been revealed.
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