Coronavirus Is Spreading Second Wave Within Weeks

coronavirus second wave

A second wave of coronavirus could be with us within weeks

 

New data which has been released has shown the chances of a second wave of coronavirus is credible. The alarming new figures released has shown 15 places in the UK where the coronavirus infection has sored over the past seven days.

Manchester and Salford are already in local lockdown with Blackburn and Darwen. But, according to new figures released today another ten places in the UK could be lockdown due to coronavirus.

Public Health England has said that Birmingham has seen a rise in cases with Northampton having the highest reported rates of coronavirus.

Other areas which have a serious problem with coronavirus include Craven in North Yorkshire, Melton in Leicestershire, Barnsley, Woking, Richmond-upon-Thames, East Staffordshire and Coventry. Oadby and Wigston has also seen a jump in the number of COVID-19 cases.

 

The areas recording a rise in Covid-19 cases include:

 

    Northampton (up from 38.7 to 124.2)

    Blackburn with Darwen (up from 68.1 to 86.2)

    Manchester (up from 37.3 to 47.6)

    Salford (up from 27.4 to 36.7)

    Kirklees (up from 30.0 to 35.7)

    Birmingham (up from 19.7 to 31.7)

    Bury (up from 26.7 to 33.0)

    Melton (up from 13.7 to 25.4)

    Oadby and Wigston (up from 12.3 to 24.6)

    Woking (up from 7.9 to 22.8)

    Craven (up from 1.8 to 22.8)

    Barnsley (up from 14.2 to 22.3)

    Richmond upon Thames (up from 5.1 to 19.2)

    East Staffordshire( up from 6.7 to 17.5)

    Coventry (up from 16.1 to 21.3)

Health experts are calling on the Government to shield the vulnerable again to reduce the number of deaths that the rise in Coronavirus can cause. However, some scientists are predicting that a second wave of coronavirus could be just weeks away.

boris johnson coronavirus second waveLocal authority areas with rates of 10 cases or more per 100,000 people

 

Northampton: 124.2 – up from 38.7 a week ago

Blackburn with Darwen: 86.2 – up from 68.1

Oldham: 83.1 – down from 109.7

Pendle: 69.5 – down from 99.9

Bradford: 54.8 – down from 56.9

Leicester: 50.5 – down from 66.6

Manchester: 47.6 – up from 37.3

Swindon: 40.1 – down from 47.7

Rochdale: 39.6 – down from 43.2

Calderdale: 38.3 – down from 49.7

Salford: 36.7 – up from 27.4

Preston: 36.3 – down from 43.3

Kirklees: 35.7 – up from 30.0

Hyndburn: 34.5 – up from 28.4

Bury: 33.0 – up from 26.7

Birmingham: 31.7 – up from 19.7

Burnley: 29.2 – down from 41.6

Tameside: 29.1 – down from 36.6

Newark and Sherwood: 26.1 – down from 30.2

Trafford: 26.1 – up from 23.6

Bolton: 25.4 – down from 27.5

Melton: 25.4 – up from 13.7

Sandwell: 25.0 – up from 24.1

Oadby and Wigston: 24.6 – up from 12.3

Woking: 22.8 – up from 7.9

Craven: 22.8 – up from 1.8

Barnsley: 22.3 – up from 14.2

Stockport: 21.5 – down from 26.6

Coventry: 21.3 – up from 16.1

Wakefield: 20.4 – up from 18.9

Oxford: 20.3 – up from 11.2

Stoke-on-Trent: 20.3 – up from 17.2

Wellingborough: 20.1 – down from 25.1

Middlesbrough: 19.9 – down from 26.2

Watford: 19.7 – up from 17.6

Sheffield: 19.7 – up from 14.4

Richmond upon Thames: 19.2 – up from 5.1

Rotherham: 18.8 – up from 14.7

Hounslow: 18.8 – up from 14.7

Bassetlaw: 18.7 – up from 11.9

Leeds: 18.5 – up from 12.0

Corby: 18.0 – down from 19.4

East Staffordshire: 17.5 – up from 6.7

Allerdale: 17.4 – up from 9.2

Slough: 17.4 – stayed the same

Wolverhampton: 17.1 up from 10.6

Walsall: 15.8 – up from 6.3

Newcastle upon Tyne: 15.5 – up from 5.0

Luton: 15.5 – down from 26.3

Hammersmith and Fulham: 15.1 – up from 11.3

Carlisle: 14.7 – down from 27.6

Elmbridge: 14.6 – up from 2.2

Telford and Wrekin: 14.5 – up from 1.7

Nuneaton and Bedworth: 13.9 – up from 8.5

Charnwood: 13.5 – up from 8.6

Hillingdon: 13.4 – up from 7.8

Barking and Dagenham: 13.2 – up from 7.5

Bromsgrove: 13.0 – up from 5.0