Coronavirus cases MAPPED: Highest figures since outbreak began – which areas are affected? | UK | News (Reports)

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The least affected region of England is the South West, which has shown 16,817 positive infections and 299 in every 100,000 – significantly lower than anywhere else.

Despite the record number of cases, the UK is still nowhere near where it was at the peak of the virus in April and May.

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At the time, researchers from Imperial College London suggested there were more than 100,000 new infections a day.

Many of these cases would have been missed at the time as consistent community testing only started in May.

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