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New coronavirus hotspots mapped in West Midlands – full list and latest figures – Birmingham Live

Latest data from Public Health England reveals that new areas of alarmingly high infection rates are emerging in and around Birmingham



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New coronavirus hotspots have emerged in and around Birmingham in the latest data from Public Health England.
For Birmingham local authority area as a whole, the most recent figures – released on Monday – showed an R rate of 260.5 per 100,000 people in the seven days to October 19, up from 213.1 for the previous seven-day period.
And within the city, Public Health England’s map of England has been showing Birmingham’s hotspots as Selly Oak, and Edgbaston South & University. These are not council…

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