This map shows eight places that are liable to being plunged right into a Tier 3 coronavirus lockdown with tougher restrictions on socialising.

Greater Manchester could be moved from Tier 2 (excessive) to Tier 3 (very excessive) as early as Monday as negotiations between native leaders and No10 appeared to hit a wall.

The North East, together with Newcastle and Hartlepool, gained a reprieve on whether or not it wants to go into Tier 3, however the state of affairs will probably be reviewed subsequent week.

Nottingham has the best rolling seven-day charge of latest instances of Covid-19 in England, properly above native authorities in Liverpool City Region and Lancashire, the primary two places to be moved into the best class.

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More places could be plunged right into a Tier 3 lockdown subsequent week

Sheffield has the 10th highest charge in England.

Local leaders in South Yorkshire have begun discussions with the Government about whether or not harsher curbs are wanted within the county.

Leeds was additionally stated to be liable to being moved into Tier 3.

Local leaders in West Yorkshire held talks with the Government on Friday, however say there was no dialogue about transferring tightening restrictions.

The sides are due to meet once more early subsequent week.



This map shows the tier restrictions at present in place in England


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New controls that got here into impact on Saturday, together with Tier 3 restrictions in Lancashire and Tier 2 restrictions in places akin to London, most of Essex and York,imply 28 million folks – greater than half of England – reside beneath tougher guidelines.

Lancashire leaders have accused No10 of bullying them into accepting harsh curbs.

Downing Street, in the meantime, is being urged to restart talks with Greater Manchester’s political leaders over the best ranges of coronavirus restrictions, amid warnings of rising deaths.

Boris Johnson on Friday warned that he would “need to intervene … to save the lives of Manchester’s residents” if talks fail.

Both the Prime Minister and Labour have warned the state of affairs in Greater Manchester is “grave”, whereas the area’s political leaders refuse to settle for Tier 3 restrictions with out better monetary help for companies and residents.



The restrictions that are in place in Tier 3 areas in England

But No 10 was understood to haven’t but scheduled additional talks for the weekend and Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham stated there had been no conferences since Thursday morning.

“We can assure the Prime Minister that we are ready to meet at any time to try to agree a way forward,” Mr Burnham and council leaders throughout the area stated in an announcement.

The Covid Symptom Study app predicted the subsequent ten areas that could face a Tier 3 lockdown primarily based on the most recent knowledge.

Released earlier than Lancashire’s move to Tier 3 was introduced on Friday, the examine had Burnley as most in danger at No1.

It was adopted by Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham and Pendle, which can be in Lancashire.

Bury was No6, whereas Hartlepool, Salford, Sheffield and Leeds rounded out the desk.

Around 1.5 million extra folks awakened to Tier 3 restrictions when Lancashire joined the Liverpool area residing beneath the severest controls, with pubs and bars closed except they’ll serve meals and indoor mixing banned.

Tier 2 measures in London, Essex, York, Elmbridge, Barrow-in-Furness, North East Derbyshire, Erewash and Chesterfield imply folks can now not combine inside with these from different households, together with in pubs and eating places.

Wales additionally banned folks in Tier 2 or 3 areas in England, in addition to the central belt of Scotland and the entire of Northern Ireland, from getting into as of 6pm on Friday.

And pubs, eating places and cafes throughout Northern Ireland had to shut their doorways to sit-in prospects.

What is the speed in my space?

These are the rolling seven-day charges for each native authority space in England.

The figures, for the seven days to October 12, are primarily based on assessments carried out in laboratories (pillar one of many Government’s testing programme) and within the wider neighborhood (pillar two).

The charge is expressed because the variety of new instances per 100,000 folks.

Data for the newest 4 days (October 13-16) has been excluded as it’s incomplete and doesn’t replicate the true variety of instances.

The listing has been calculated by the PA information company and relies on Public Health England knowledge printed on October 16 on the Government’s coronavirus dashboard.



Manchester could be moved into Tier 3 subsequent week

From left to proper, it reads: identify of native authority; charge of latest instances within the seven days to October 12; quantity (in brackets) of latest instances recorded within the seven days to October 12; charge of latest instances within the seven days to October 5; quantity (in brackets) of latest instances recorded within the seven days to October 5.

Nottingham 884.7 (2945), 733.3 (2441)

Knowsley 716.5 (1081), 615.8 (929)

Liverpool 680.5 (3389), 603.4 (3005)

Burnley 584.8 (520), 447.6 (398)

Pendle 490.7 (452), 323.5 (298)

West Lancashire 486.4 (556), 348.2 (398)

Sefton 483.3 (1336), 393.3 (1087)

Manchester 460.0 (2543), 556.0 (3074)

Blackburn with Darwen 459.6 (688), 293.9 (440)

Sheffield 445.6 (2606), 421.8 (2467)

Newcastle upon Tyne 443.2 (1342), 507.9 (1538)

St Helens 443.0 (800), 360.5 (651)

Rochdale 432.1 (961), 370.9 (825)

Wigan 422.3 (1388), 304.6 (1001)

Salford 402.2 (1041), 343.1 (888)

Bury 395.8 (756), 317.3 (606)

Leeds 395.8 (3139), 400.7 (3178)

Halton 395.6 (512), 361.6 (468)

Oldham 384.2 (911), 332.8 (789)

Preston 368.9 (528), 331.9 (475)



This chart shows the UK’s seven-day charge in opposition to different European nations

Rossendale 360.9 (258), 277.0 (198)

Gedling 353.7 (417), 159.5 (188)

Warrington 349.0 (733), 284.7 (598)

Bolton 348.8 (1003), 274.7 (790)

Bradford 347.7 (1877), 293.5 (1584)

County Durham 340.9 (1807), 229.8 (1218)

Hyndburn 335.6 (272), 314.6 (255)

Rushcliffe 335.6 (400), 226.5 (270)

Sunderland 334.9 (930), 299.2 (831)

Lancaster 328.0 (479), 199.3 (291)

Stockton-on-Tees 327.3 (646), 266.0 (525)

Trafford 326.1 (774), 310.5 (737)

Tameside 325.4 (737), 267.1 (605)

Barnsley 322.4 (796), 165.3 (408)

Exeter 317.3 (417), 424.6 (558)

Broxtowe 312.2 (356), 233.3 (266)

Hartlepool 309.6 (290), 261.6 (245)

Wirral 308.3 (999), 267.9 (868)

Rotherham 295.0 (783), 221.9 (589)

Blackpool 294.7 (411), 195.8 (273)

Middlesbrough 290.8 (410), 252.5 (356)

Ribble Valley 289.1 (176), 251.3 (153)

South Ribble 286.1 (317), 225.7 (250)

Barrow-in-Furness 284.9 (191), 232.7 (156)

Stockport 282.9 (830), 255.6 (750)

York 276.3 (582), 206.5 (435)

Charnwood 261.5 (486), 116.8 (217)

Kirklees 255.1 (1122), 207.8 (914)

Wakefield 251.5 (876), 175.4 (611)

Chorley 251.2 (297), 193.7 (229)

Gateshead 250.9 (507), 256.9 (519)

North Tyneside 245.3 (510), 237.6 (494)

South Tyneside 245.1 (370), 274.2 (414)

Calderdale 241.7 (511), 192.5 (407)

High Peak 228.8 (212), 131.7 (122)

Doncaster 226.0 (705), 154.9 (483)

Oadby and Wigston 222.7 (127), 166.6 (95)

Wyre 220.4 (247), 148.1 (166)

Fylde 214.2 (173), 174.5 (141)

Redcar and Cleveland 210.7 (289), 179.4 (246)

Darlington 206.9 (221), 176.0 (188)

Cheshire West and Chester 195.0 (669), 158.0 (542)

Leicester 194.2 (688), 147.9 (524)

Birmingham 192.2 (2194), 168.4 (1923)

Newark and Sherwood 186.2 (228), 183.0 (224)

Erewash 184.6 (213), 117.9 (136)

North East Lincolnshire 175.5 (280), 85.2 (136)

Cheshire East 175.2 (673), 146.6 (563)

Coventry 170.6 (634), 112.2 (417)

Northumberland 170.6 (550), 183.3 (591)

Solihull 168.2 (364), 133.6 (289)

Bristol 168.1 (779), 72.1 (334)

Walsall 167.8 (479), 134.9 (385)

North East Derbyshire 167.6 (170), 148.8 (151)

Ashfield 166.5 (213), 105.5 (135)

Selby 162.2 (147), 99.3 (90)

Harrogate 159.2 (256), 133.7 (215)

Stafford 158.8 (218), 124.6 (171)

Blaby 158.6 (161), 106.4 (108)

Sandwell 157.7 (518), 120.9 (397)

North Lincolnshire 154.4 (266), 114.3 (197)

Craven 148.8 (85), 173.3 (99)

Mansfield 147.3 (161), 73.2 (80)

South Staffordshire 146.8 (165), 94.3 (106)

Derby 145.7 (375), 87.4 (225)

Wolverhampton 145.4 (383), 82.8 (218)

Newcastle-under-Lyme 142.1 (184), 127.5 (165)

Richmond upon Thames 141.4 (280), 125.7 (249)

Bromsgrove 141.2 (141), 121.1 (121)

Hambleton 140.8 (129), 109.2 (100)



The restrictions that are in place in Tier 2 areas in England

Chesterfield 140.1 (147), 103.9 (109)

West Lindsey 138.0 (132), 108.7 (104)

Redbridge 137.3 (419), 116.6 (356)

Oxford 137.1 (209), 124.0 (189)

Ealing 136.6 (467), 110.3 (377)

East Riding of Yorkshire 136.6 (466), 114.3 (390)

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 135.3 (535), 81.2 (321)

Hackney and City of London 131.3 (382), 114.5 (333)

Bolsover 129.1 (104), 86.9 (70)

Eden 127.7 (68), 33.8 (18)

Elmbridge 127.2 (174), 125.0 (171)

South Bucks 125.6 (88), 75.7 (53)

Rutland 125.2 (50), 95.2 (38)

Northampton 123.8 (278), 71.2 (160)

South Lakeland 123.7 (130), 132.3 (139)

Windsor and Maidenhead 123.5 (187), 90.5 (137)

Bath and North East Somerset 122.1 (236), 73.0 (141)

Stoke-on-Trent 122.1 (313), 70.6 (181)

Warwick 121.0 (174), 67.5 (97)

Hammersmith and Fulham 121.0 (224), 79.4 (147)

Wellingborough 120.4 (96), 56.5 (45)

Haringey 120.2 (323), 91.6 (246)

North West Leicestershire 118.7 (123), 75.3 (78)

South Kesteven 118.0 (168), 96.9 (138)

Amber Valley 117.1 (150), 88.2 (113)

East Staffordshire 116.9 (140), 64.3 (77)

Tamworth 116.0 (89), 71.7 (55)

Bassetlaw 115.8 (136), 92.8 (109)

Hertsmere 114.4 (120), 121.0 (127)

Lincoln 113.8 (113), 98.7 (98)

Harrow 113.5 (285), 104.7 (263)

Hinckley and Bosworth 112.3 (127), 89.3 (101)

Hull 110.9 (288), 102.8 (267)

Staffordshire Moorlands 110.7 (109), 77.2 (76)

Three Rivers 110.4 (103), 88.9 (83)

South Derbyshire 110.0 (118), 69.9 (75)

Barnet 109.9 (435), 97.3 (385)

Dudley 108.5 (349), 81.5 (262)

Scarborough 108.5 (118), 98.4 (107)

Portsmouth 108.4 (233), 55.4 (119)

Chiltern 108.4 (104), 71.9 (69)

Rugby 108.3 (118), 90.0 (98)

Cannock Chase 108.2 (109), 79.4 (80)

Redditch 107.9 (92), 51.6 (44)

Carlisle 107.7 (117), 55.2 (60)

Camden 107.4 (290), 68.1 (184)

Luton 107.0 (228), 67.1 (143)

Ryedale 106.5 (59), 104.7 (58)

Derbyshire Dales 106.5 (77), 77.4 (56)

Newham 106.2 (375), 80.4 (284)



The restrictions that are in place in Tier 1 areas in England

Richmondshire 106.1 (57), 113.5 (61)

Hounslow 106.1 (288), 90.2 (245)

Hillingdon 104.6 (321), 83.4 (256)

Barking and Dagenham 104.3 (222), 66.2 (141)

Watford 103.5 (100), 81.8 (79)

East Hertfordshire 102.8 (154), 91.5 (137)

Wandsworth 102.8 (339), 80.7 (266)

Cambridge 102.6 (128), 47.3 (59)

Tower Hamlets 101.9 (331), 91.1 (296)

Havering 101.3 (263), 69.0 (179)

Harborough 101.3 (95), 111.9 (105)

Tendring 98.3 (144), 56.6 (83)

Kingston upon Thames 98.0 (174), 78.3 (139)

Slough 97.6 (146), 92.3 (138)

Waverley 97.4 (123), 76.0 (96)

South Northamptonshire 97.4 (92), 49.7 (47)

Waltham Forest 96.4 (267), 85.9 (238)

Enfield 95.9 (320), 76.1 (254)

Kensington and Chelsea 95.4 (149), 89.7 (140)

Islington 95.3 (231), 77.5 (188)

Wyre Forest 93.8 (95), 89.8 (91)

Melton 93.7 (48), 101.5 (52)

Telford and Wrekin 93.4 (168), 58.4 (105)

Lambeth 93.2 (304), 84.3 (275)

Shropshire 93.1 (301), 60.7 (196)

Daventry 93.1 (80), 69.8 (60)

Broxbourne 92.5 (90), 59.6 (58)

Cotswold 91.3 (82), 43.4 (39)

East Northamptonshire 91.0 (86), 85.7 (81)

Brent 90.4 (298), 87.0 (287)

South Gloucestershire 90.1 (257), 59.3 (169)

North Kesteven 89.8 (105), 59.0 (69)

Mole Valley 89.4 (78), 74.5 (65)

Dacorum 89.2 (138), 64.0 (99)

Westminster 89.2 (233), 75.0 (196)

Nuneaton and Bedworth 88.5 (115), 70.1 (91)

Norwich 88.2 (124), 56.9 (80)

Basildon 88.1 (165), 70.5 (132)

Copeland 88.0 (60), 63.1 (43)

Lichfield 87.8 (92), 84.0 (88)

Peterborough 87.5 (177), 67.2 (136)

Epping Forest 87.3 (115), 77.5 (102)

Corby 87.2 (63), 47.1 (34)

North Warwickshire 85.8 (56), 67.4 (44)

Cherwell 85.7 (129), 60.5 (91)

Stratford-on-Avon 85.3 (111), 93.8 (122)

Guildford 85.2 (127), 73.2 (109)

Test Valley 84.0 (106), 49.9 (63)

Surrey Heath 84.0 (75), 68.3 (61)

Uttlesford 83.3 (76), 73.4 (67)



Hospital admissions in England have elevated in current weeks

Brighton and Hove 82.5 (240), 69.1 (201)

Sutton 81.9 (169), 42.6 (88)

Epsom and Ewell 81.9 (66), 71.9 (58)

Boston 81.2 (57), 37.1 (26)

Lewisham 80.1 (245), 65.1 (199)

Worcester 80.0 (81), 75.1 (76)

Bedford 79.6 (138), 79.6 (138)

Wycombe 79.6 (139), 57.3 (100)

Kettering 79.6 (81), 71.7 (73)

Wychavon 79.6 (103), 58.7 (76)

Merton 78.9 (163), 53.3 (110)

St Albans 77.5 (115), 82.2 (122)

Southwark 76.8 (245), 64.0 (204)

Greenwich 76.8 (221), 55.9 (161)

Swale 76.6 (115), 39.3 (59)

Woking 76.4 (77), 81.4 (82)

East Lindsey 76.2 (108), 33.2 (47)

Winchester 76.1 (95), 50.5 (63)

Brentwood 75.3 (58), 87.0 (67)

Rushmoor 75.1 (71), 63.4 (60)

Reading 74.2 (120), 48.8 (79)

Castle Point 74.1 (67), 55.3 (50)

Bromley 73.7 (245), 60.2 (200)

Croydon 73.7 (285), 70.9 (274)

Thurrock 73.4 (128), 49.9 (87)

South Cambridgeshire 72.9 (116), 60.3 (96)

Chelmsford 72.9 (130), 51.6 (92)

Runnymede 72.7 (65), 63.7 (57)

Torbay 72.7 (99), 57.2 (78)

Cheltenham 71.4 (83), 49.0 (57)

Gloucester 71.2 (92), 50.3 (65)

Malvern Hills 71.2 (56), 71.2 (56)

Welwyn Hatfield 70.7 (87), 55.3 (68)

West Oxfordshire 67.8 (75), 42.5 (47)

Allerdale 66.5 (65), 76.7 (75)

Plymouth 66.4 (174), 42.0 (110)

Rochford 66.4 (58), 21.7 (19)

Wealden 66.3 (107), 33.4 (54)

Vale of White Horse 66.2 (90), 55.1 (75)

Reigate and Banstead 65.9 (98), 41.7 (62)

Aylesbury Vale 65.7 (131), 41.1 (82)

Bexley 65.6 (163), 60.8 (151)

Harlow 65.5 (57), 40.2 (35)

Sevenoaks 65.4 (79), 66.3 (80)

Babergh 65.2 (60), 35.9 (33)

Milton Keynes 64.2 (173), 49.4 (133)

East Hampshire 63.8 (78), 49.1 (60)

East Cambridgeshire 63.4 (57), 32.3 (29)

Colchester 62.7 (122), 42.1 (82)

Teignbridge 62.6 (84), 46.2 (62)

Dorset 61.8 (234), 29.3 (111)

Wokingham 61.4 (105), 44.4 (76)

Tunbridge Wells 60.6 (72), 63.2 (75)

South Oxfordshire 59.8 (85), 60.5 (86)

Southampton 59.8 (151), 42.4 (107)

Huntingdonshire 57.9 (103), 48.9 (87)

Hart 57.7 (56), 52.5 (51)

Somerset West and Taunton 57.4 (89), 41.9 (65)

Spelthorne 57.1 (57), 76.1 (76)

Chichester 57.0 (69), 26.4 (32)

Bracknell Forest 56.3 (69), 48.1 (59)

North Hertfordshire 56.2 (75), 62.9 (84)

Horsham 55.6 (80), 51.5 (74)

North Somerset 54.4 (117), 44.6 (96)

Wiltshire 54.4 (272), 35.0 (175)

Basingstoke and Deane 54.4 (96), 32.3 (57)

Great Yarmouth 54.4 (54), 83.6 (83)

New Forest 53.3 (96), 31.7 (57)

Mid Sussex 53.0 (80), 38.4 (58)

Maldon 52.4 (34), 29.3 (19)

Central Bedfordshire 52.0 (150), 39.1 (113)

Tandridge 51.1 (45), 51.1 (45)

East Devon 50.6 (74), 45.8 (67)

Tonbridge and Malling 49.9 (66), 39.3 (52)

Gravesham 49.6 (53), 50.5 (54)

North Devon 49.4 (48), 38.1 (37)

Stroud 49.2 (59), 30.0 (36)

West Suffolk 48.6 (87), 42.4 (76)

Crawley 48.0 (54), 36.5 (41)

Eastleigh 47.9 (64), 37.4 (50)

South Holland 47.4 (45), 37.9 (36)

Mid Suffolk 47.2 (49), 30.8 (32)

Southend-on-Sea 47.0 (86), 48.6 (89)

Canterbury 46.6 (77), 42.3 (70)

Forest of Dean 46.1 (40), 42.6 (37)

Maidstone 46.0 (79), 34.3 (59)

South Hams 46.0 (40), 20.7 (18)

Ipswich 45.3 (62), 25.6 (35)

Mid Devon 45.0 (37), 27.9 (23)

Braintree 43.9 (67), 38.7 (59)

Dartford 43.5 (49), 39.1 (44)

Tewkesbury 43.1 (41), 43.1 (41)

West Devon 43.0 (24), 37.6 (21)

King’s Lynn and West Norfolk 42.9 (65), 35.7 (54)

West Berkshire 42.9 (68), 47.3 (75)

Swindon 42.3 (94), 33.3 (74)

East Suffolk 42.1 (105), 36.1 (90)

Lewes 41.6 (43), 32.9 (34)

Stevenage 39.8 (35), 31.9 (28)

Dover 39.8 (47), 30.5 (36)

Fareham 39.6 (46), 17.2 (20)

Medway 39.5 (110), 32.7 (91)

Breckland 39.3 (55), 35.0 (49)

Ashford 39.2 (51), 30.0 (39)

South Norfolk 39.0 (55), 34.1 (48)

Hastings 38.9 (36), 44.2 (41)

Herefordshire 38.4 (74), 24.4 (47)

Havant 37.2 (47), 26.1 (33)

Sedgemoor 36.5 (45), 26.8 (33)

North Norfolk 35.3 (37), 18.1 (19)

Fenland 34.4 (35), 49.1 (50)

Torridge 33.7 (23), 20.5 (14)

Broadland 33.6 (44), 28.3 (37)

Gosport 33.0 (28), 15.3 (13)

Mendip 32.9 (38), 35.5 (41)

Thanet 31.7 (45), 28.9 (41)

South Somerset 31.5 (53), 28.5 (48)

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 30.3 (173), 30.3 (173)

Rother 28.1 (27), 27.1 (26)

Adur 28.0 (18), 29.5 (19)

Worthing 26.2 (29), 27.1 (30)

Arun 23.0 (37), 27.4 (44)

Eastbourne 21.2 (22), 41.4 (43)

Isle of Wight 21.2 (30), 12.7 (18)

Folkestone and Hythe 14.2 (16), 20.4 (23)



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