In four locations of Liverpool City Region, covid infections are on the rise.

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In four locations of Liverpool City Region, covid infections are on the rise.

Positive Covid infections have increased in four regions in Liverpool City Region.

Liverpool, Halton, St Helens, and Wirral all had increases in the seven days ending November 20, according to the latest statistics from Public Health England.

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There were 1576 Covid instances in Liverpool, which is 115 more than the previous seven days.

There were 566 Covid instances in Halton, which is a dozen more than the preceding seven days.

There were 810 Covid instances in St Helens, which is 96 more than the previous seven days.

There were 1,266 Covid instances in Wirral, which is 177 more than the previous seven days.

This meant that the week-on-week percentage change statistics in Liverpool, Halton, St Helens, and Wirral grew by 8%, 2%, 13 percent, and 16 percent, respectively.

In Knowsley, there was no change in the number of instances; it remained the same as it had been seven days previously.

The only part of the city region where instances decreased was Sefton, which had a 4% decrease.

The week-on-week percentage change in the Liverpool City Region as a whole increased by 6%.

Positive Covid tests decreased in West Lancashire. Increases were seen in Cheshire West and Chester, as well as Warrington.

In the week ending November 20, there was an increase in positive Covid testing across England. In England, there were 241,430 coronavirus cases, up from 22,701 instances in the preceding seven days.

Liverpool

In the week ending November 20, there were 1,576 positive tests in Liverpool, which is 115 more than the previous week.

This means that the percentage change from week to week increased by 8%.

The most recent infection rate was 314.9 persons per 100,000.

Halton

Over the prior week, there were 566 positive tests, which is 12 more than the previous week.

This means that the percentage change from week to week increased by 2% in the week ending November 20.

Infection rates are currently at 436.2 incidences per 100,000 people.

Knowsley

The week ending November 20 had a total of 556 cases, which is neither more nor less than the previous week.

The infection rate as of today. “The summary has come to an end.”

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