September 18, 2021

With the increase in cases in 147 areas, a new center of covid has emerged.

A new quaid center has emerged in the UK as cases continue to rise in 147 areas and this interactive map shows whether your local authority is a hotspot.

Many areas of Scotland currently have the highest infection rates in the UK, with a cluster forming around Glasgow.

Statistics from the government’s Corona Virus Dashboard show that 39 per cent of the UK’s 377 local areas have seen an increase in cases in the seven days to August 28 – 147 areas.

About 60% of areas have seen a decline in rates (225 places) when a handful of areas remain stable when it comes to infection rates.

The highest rates are in Scotland.

East Dunbartonshire, which borders Glasgow’s northwest, has the highest rate, with 1,339 new cases in the seven days to August 28 – 1,231.3 per 100,000 people.

This is up from 580.2 in seven days until August 21.

North Lanarkshire, northeast of Glasgow, ranks second, rising from 489.8 to 1,229.4, with 4,194 new cases.

West Dunbartonshire has the third highest rate, from 704.1 to 1,143.3, with 1,010 new cases.

Scotland’s first prime minister, Nicola Sturgeon, issued a warning to parliament yesterday as the number of cases increased by only 80% in one week.

“The situation we are facing now is serious. We must stop the increase in cases,” he told MSPs in Hollywood.

On the rise

Scotland also has the five largest weekly growth areas.

North Lanarkshire and East Dunbartonshire are the top two areas with the highest weekly increases.

In western Central Lowland, Inverclid tops the list, jumping from 473.7 cases per 100,000 to 1,112.1.

The rate of infection in the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board area, of which Uncle Clyde is a part, is 1,014 per 100,000.

In Renfrewshire, west-central Lowland, cases have also risen sharply, from 511.7 per 100,000 to 1,017.9.

Two people were killed in the area last week, according to Scotland’s national record.

South Lanarkshire, which meets southeast of Glasgow City, has also jumped, from 496.9 cases per 100,000 to 988.1.

Other areas of Scotland have also seen an increase in cases, such as Glasgow City, Argyle and Butte, North Ayrshire, Clock Minneshire, City of Edinburgh and Midlothian.

Schools had opened earlier in Scotland, and yesterday’s astonishing maps revealed the spread of the epidemic.

147 areas where cowardly cases are still on the rise.

The following areas have seen an increase in cases last week. The figures on the left are as of August 28, and the figures on the right as of August 21

  1. East Dunbartonshire, Scotland, 1231.3, (1339), 580.2, (631)
  2. North Lanarkshire, Scotland, 1229.4, (4194), 489.8, (1671)
  3. West Dunbartonshire, Scotland, 1143.3, (1010), 704.1, (622)
  4. Universidad, Scotland, 1112.1, (857), 473.7, (365)
  5. Ranfroshire, Scotland, 1017.9, (1826), 511.7, (918)
  6. East Renfrewshire, Scotland, 1000.4, (961), 603.8, (580)
  7. South Lanarkshire, Scotland, 988.1, (3170), 496.9, (1594)
  8. Glasgow City, Scotland, 949.3, (6034), 510.7, (3246)
  9. Argyle and Boat, Scotland, 760.9, (650), 513.9, (439)
  10. North Ayrshire, Scotland, 735.9, (988), 408.9, (549)
  11. Clackmannanshire, Scotland, 725.3, (372), 551.8, (283)
  12. City of Edinburgh, Scotland, 707.7, (3734), 455.6, (2404)
  13. Middleton, Scotland, 676.3, (630), 311.3, (290)
  14. Swansea, Wales, 664.3, (1638), 500.9, (1235)
  15. Falkirk, Scotland, 644.0, (1034), 333.2, (535)
  16. Dundee City, Scotland, 641.0, (954), 337.3, (502)
  17. West Lutheran, Scotland, 638.7, (1174), 358.5, (659)
  18. South Ayrshire, Scotland, 634.9, (712), 350.5, (393)
  19. Dumfreeze and Galway, Scotland, 629.8, (934), 621.1, (921)
  20. East Ayrshire, Scotland, 606.9, (738), 276.3, (336)
  21. Nate Port Talbot, Wales, 597.7, (863), 440.5, (636)
  22. Sterling, Scotland, 587.8, (553), 349.7, (329)
  23. East Lutheran, Scotland, 582.9, (629), 354.0, (382)
  24. Central and Eastern Antarctica, Northern Ireland, 578.0, (806), 570.1, (795)
  25. Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, 561.0, (339), 206.9, (125)
  26. Fife, Scotland, 547.9, (2050), 328.8, (1230)
  27. Danbugshire, Wales, 511.0, (494), 438.6, (424)
  28. Highland, Scotland, 506.3, (1192), 263.3, (620)
  29. Corby, East Midlands, 496.9, (363), 339.5, (248)
  30. Peterborough, East England, 496.5, (1006), 445.6, (903)
  31. Blackpool, North West England, 481.3, (666), 430.7, (596)
  32. Rhonda Senen Taff, Wales, 465.9, (1127), 394.4, (954)
  33. Portsmouth, South East England, 462.1, (992), 411.8, (884)
  34. Ashfield, East Midlands, 447.3, (574), 444.9, (571)
  35. Odby and Wigston, East Midlands, 441.4, (253), 404.8, (232)
  36. Barrow in Furnace, North West England, 439.1, (293), 362.7, (242)
  37. Lesbourne and Castlerig, Northern Ireland, 439.1, (643), 418.6, (613)
  38. Scottish Borders, Scotland, 437.3, (504), 332.3, (383)
  39. Conway, Wales, 434.9, (514), 319.8, (378)
  40. Rotherham, Yorkshire and Humber, 425.3, (1127), 400.8, (1062)
  41. Gwend, Wales, 424.2, (531), 300.4, (376)
  42. Pembrokeshire, Wales, 422.1, (535), 394.5, (500)
  43. Hastings, Southeast England, 420.3, (389), 395.4, (366)
  44. Thameside, North West England, 417.0, (947), 379.1, (861)
  45. Gadling, East Midlands, 417.0, (493), 408.5, (483)
  46. Finland, East England, 413.4, (422), 290.0, (296)
  47. Nozley, Northwest England, 408.7, (623), 400.8, (611)
  48. Catering, East Midlands, 406.0, (415), 353.2, (361)
  49. Bolshoi, East Midlands, 404.6, (329), 373.9, (304)
  50. Carmarthen Shire, Wales, 398.3, (757), 285.7, (543)
  51. Aberdeenshire, Scotland, 395.7, (1032), 181.0, (472)
  52. Doncaster, Yorkshire and Humber, 394.2, (1233), 391.6, (1225)
  53. East Lindsay, East Midlands, 392.2, (557), 364.7, (518)
  54. Ards and Northern Down, Northern Ireland, 391.8, (635), 390.0, (632)
  55. Burgundy, Wales, 391.1, (577), 312.5, (461)
  56. Newport, Wales, 390.5, (611), 355.4, (556)
  57. Newcastle Undertaker, West Midlands, 390.4, (506), 269.3, (349)
  58. South Gloucestershire, South West England, 390.2, (1123), 356.1, (1025)
  59. Aberdeen City, Scotland, 387.2, (887), 192.5, (441)
  60. Hewitt, Southeast England, 386.3, (488), 368.8, (466)
  61. Angus, Scotland, 384.2, (445), 246.1, (285)
  62. Kirfley, Wales, 383.0, (696), 247.1, (449)
  63. Middlesbrough, Northeast England, 382.9, (541), 338.3, (478)
  64. Barnsley, Yorkshire and Humber, 380.9, (945), 331.8, (823)
  65. High Peak, East Midlands, 380.0, (352), 361.6, (335)
  66. Brookstow, East Midlands, 372.5, (427), 346.3, (397)
  67. Charon Wood, East Midlands, 371.0, (699), 321.1, (605)
  68. Stoke-on-Trent, West Midlands, 367.9, (944), 336.7, (864)
  69. Selby, Yorkshire and Humber, 367.5, (337), 321.7, (295)
  70. Bastilla, East Midlands, 361.9, (428), 350.0, (414)
  71. Sweden, Southwest England, 361.2, (805), 350.9, (782)
  72. Allerdale, North West England, 360.8, (353), 307.7, (301)
  73. Sifton, North West England, 358.8, (990), 308.8, (852)
  74. Darlington, Northeast England, 355.7, (382), 333.3, (358)
  75. Copeland, North West England, 352.7, (240), 292.5, (199)
  76. South Staffordshire, West Midlands, 352.4, (396), 348.9, (392)
  77. Gateshead, Northeast England, 352.1, (711), 309.0, (624)
  78. South Tyneside, Northeast England, 352.0, (532), 320.2, (484)
  79. Redcar and Cleveland, Northeast England, 350.5, (481), 306.8, (421)
  80. Halton, Northwest England, 349.1, (453), 313.7, (407)
  81. Hunting Don Shire, East England, 348.6, (624), 324.6, (581)
  82. Walsall, West Midlands, 348.4, (999), 321.2, (921)
  83. West Lancashire, North West England, 347.6, (398), 317.9, (364)
  84. Well of Glamorgan, Wales, 343.0, (464), 334.1, (452)
  85. North Tyneside, Northeast England, 342.8, (716), 316.9, (662)
  86. Liverpool, North West England, 340.3, (1703), 338.7, (1695)
  87. Dudley, West Midlands, 337.2, (1087), 331.6, (1069)
  88. Friham, Southeast England, 336.1, (391), 332.7, (387)
  89. Luton, East England, 335.8, (717), 303.9, (649)
  90. Reading, Southeast England, 334.9, (537), 353.6, (567)
  91. Cheshire West and Chester, North West England, 334.2, (1149), 299.6, (1030)
  92. Stockton on Tees, Northeast England, 333.3, (658), 277.1, (547)
  93. Ceredigion, Wales, 332.0, (242), 271.6, (198)
  94. Coventry, West Midlands, 329.0, (1248), 306.8, (1164)
  95. Scarborough, Yorkshire and Humber, 328.3, (357), 285.1, (310)
  96. Powell, Wales, 327.0, (435), 277.4, (369)
  97. Sunderland, Northeast England, 326.4, (907), 269.9, (750)
  98. Wrexham, Wales, 326.3, (444), 324.1, (441)
  99. Great Yarmouth, East England, 323.6, (321), 293.4, (291)
  100. Craven, Yorkshire and Humber, 322.6, (185), 317.4, (182)
  101. East Staffordshire, West Midlands, 322.5, (390), 296.9, (359)
  102. North Warwickshire, West Midlands, 322.4, (211), 320.8, (210)
  103. Perth and Converse, Scotland, 318.0, (483), 216.6, (329)
  104. Lancaster, North West England, 317.3, (470), 255.9, (379)
  105. Wellingborough, East Midlands, 314.7, (252), 307.2, (246)
  106. Cardiff, Wales, 313.9, (1159), 258.9, (956)
  107. Kings Lin and West Norfolk, East England, 312.7, (473), 279.0, (422)
  108. Red Dutch, West Midlands, 307.4, (263), 279.3, (239)
  109. Blaineau Gwent, Wales, 304.2, (213), 191.4, (134)
  110. County Durham, Northeast England, 302.4, (1612), 287.9, (1535)
  111. North East Derbyshire, East Midlands, 300.3, (307), 263.2, (269)
  112. Cheshire East, North West England, 299.7, (1159), 276.2, (1068)
  113. Hillingdon, London, 299.7, (926), 265.0, (819)
  114. Preston, Northwest England, 296.2, (427), 284.4, (410)
  115. Buried, Northwest England, 294.7, (562), 265.3, (506)
  116. Heartsmeyer, East England, 293.9, (310), 264.5, (279)
  117. Hunslow, London, 293.3, (797), 276.0, (750)
  118. Pendleton, North West England, 291.9, (269), 277.8, (256)
  119. Sutton, London, 290.8, (604), 288.4, (599)
  120. Burnley, Northwest England, 286.5, (256), 246.2, (220)
  121. Carlisle, North West England, 284.7, (309), 206.4, (224)
  122. Newcastle upon Tyne, Northeast England, 284.2, (872), 273.1, (838)
  123. Isle of England, Wales, 278.3, (196), 215.8, (152)
  124. Wagon, Northwest England, 275.8, (912), 271.2, (897)
  125. Worcester, West Midlands, 272.3, (273), 268.3, (269)
  126. Breakland, East England, 271.1, (383), 261.2, (369)
  127. South Holland, East Midlands, 270.2, (259), 243.1, (233)
  128. Colchester, East England, 268.3, (529), 241.9, (477)
  129. Hamilton, Yorkshire and Humber, 267.6, (246), 245.8, (226)
  130. Blackburn with Darwin, Northwest England, 263.9, (396), 228.0, (342)
  131. Hero, London, 263.5, (665), 223.1, (563)
  132. Chesterfield, East Midlands, 263.0, (276), 251.6, (264)
  133. Rochdale, North West England, 262.0, (586), 256.6, (574)
  134. Hearing, London, 261.7, (682), 231.7, (604)
  135. South Lakeland, Northwest England, 252.6, (265), 207.8, (218)
  136. Apps Wich, East England, 251.5, (342), 240.5, (327)
  137. Bolton, Northwest England, 248.7, (717), 221.7, (639)
  138. Handburn, North West England, 237.9, (193), 215.7, (175)
  139. Folkestone and Heath, Southeast England, 232.1, (263), 210.9, (239)
  140. Chelmford, East England, 231.1, (415), 229.5, (412)
  141. South, South East England, 230.4, (348), 224.5, (339)
  142. Baselden, East England, 227.7, (427), 210.1, (394)
  143. Southwark, London, 226.6, (725), 266.2, (852)
  144. Brentwood, East England, 217.5, (168), 214.9, (166)
  145. Tendering, East England, 210.4, (310), 203.6, (300)
  146. Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, Scotland, 200.0, (53), 124.5, (33)
  147. Murray, Scotland, 188.1, (180), 100.3, (96)

Scotland has welcomed its first students since August 11, with about 1,400 cases a day at the venue.

But fast forward to August 26, a week after school opened, Scotland is now recording more daily cases than ever before, averaging 5,000 a day.

No more than 200 cases per 100,000 people were recorded in most parts of Scotland, except for Dumfries and Galway and Strathclyde – the home of Glasgow.

But now there are between 400 and 800 cases per 100,000 nationwide, somewhat higher in strategic and parts of Central Scotland.

The number of children under the age of 18 has more than doubled every day since its last peak in July and three times more than in January.

Outside of Scotland, Farming and Omag have the highest rates in Northern Ireland at 1,011.6 cases per 100,000.

Wales has the highest swansea rate at 664.3 cases per 100,000.

Mainsfield has the highest rate in England at 560.6 cases per 100,000.

The highest number of cases in Lincoln last month was 621.4 per 100,000 people.

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