Coronavirus latest: Breakdown in each area of Luton for week leading to February 25

Figures from Public Health England show a breakdown of coronavirus cases in Luton in the seven days leading up to February 25

Wednesday, 3rd March 2021, 1:55 pm
Updated Wednesday, 3rd March 2021, 2:00 pm

Cases in nearly all parts of the town have decreased considerably, with all areas showing a case rate of less than 300.

There was one notable increase in Farley Hill & Stockwood Park and a smaller increase in Warden Hill.

The latest data shows Lewsey North (283.4) and Farley Hill & Stockwood Park (281.1) have the highest case rates in the town, while the lowest are to be found in Stopsley North (N/A) and Stopsley South & Round Green (N/A) which both recorded under two cases.

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Here is the breakdown of where the confirmed cases were recorded in the seven days up to February 25, listed in order of their case rates per 100,000 people.

> Lewsey North - 26 cases (case rate: 283.4)

> Farley Hill & Stockwood Park - 31 cases (case rate: 281.1)

> Challney - 31 cases (case rate: 262)

> Kingsway - 26 cases (case rate: 253.6)

> Bury Park - 27 cases (case rate: 239.3)

> Leagrave - 24 cases (case rate: 237)

> Sundon Park - 14 cases (case rate: 226.9)

> New Town - 31 cases (case rate: 221.2)

> Central Luton & Park Town - 35 cases (case rate: 221)

> Warden Hill - 12 cases (case rate: 200.4)

> St Ann's Hill - 17 cases (case rate: 157.5)

> Bramingham - 12 cases (case rate: 145.3)

> Marsh Farm - 12 cases (case rate: 144.3)

> Limbury - 16 cases (case rate: 133)

> Montrose Avenue - 18 cases (case rate: 131.1)

> Lewsey South - 10 cases (case rate: 122.6)

> Dallow Road - 10 cases (case rate: 110)

> Wigmore & Airport - 10 cases (case rate: 103.9)

> Barnfield - 6 cases (case rate: 64.9)

> Stopsley South & Round Green - 0-2 cases (case rate: N/A)

> Stopsley North - 0-2 cases (case rate: N/A)