Coronavirus latest: Breakdown in each area of Luton for week leading to March 11

Figures from Public Health England show a breakdown of coronavirus cases in Luton in the seven days leading up to March 11

Tuesday, 16th March 2021, 8:46 pm
Updated Tuesday, 16th March 2021, 8:48 pm

Cases in most parts of the town have decreased considerably.

There have been small increases in Dallow Road and Stopsley South & Round Green, as well as one large increase in Kingsway.

The latest data shows Kingsway (360.9) and Challney (152.1) have the highest case rates in the town, while the lowest are to be found in Stopsley North (N/A) and Farley Hill & Stockwood Park (27.2).

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Here is the breakdown of where the confirmed cases were recorded in the seven days up to March 11, listed in order of their case rates per 100,000 people.

> Kingsway - 37 cases (case rate: 360.9)

> Challney - 18 cases (case rate: 152.1)

> New Town - 19 cases (case rate: 135.5)

> Warden Hill - 8 cases (case rate: 133.6)

> Dallow Road - 12 cases (case rate: 132)

> Sundon Park - 8 cases (case rate: 129.6)

> Lewsey South - 9 cases (case rate: 110.4)

> Marsh Farm - 8 cases (case rate: 96.2)

> Montrose Avenue - 13 cases (case rate: 94.7)

> Central Luton & Park Town - 14 cases (case rate: 88.4)

> Limbury - 9 cases (case rate: 74.8)

> Lewsey North - 6 cases (case rate: 65.4)

> Barnfield - 6 cases (case rate: 64.9)

> Bury Park - 7 cases (case rate: 62.1)

> Bramingham - 5 cases (case rate: 60.6)

> Stopsley South & Round Green - 5 cases (case rate: 48.5)

> St Ann's Hill - 5 cases (case rate: 46.3)

> Wigmore & Airport - 4 cases (case rate: 41.6)

> Leagrave - 3 cases (case rate: 29.6)

> Farley Hill & Stockwood Park - 3 cases (case rate: 27.2)

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