In just one week, the Liverpool City Region has seen a rise of almost 900 positive Covid tests.
The Liverpool City Region has experienced an increase of around 900 positive Covid tests in only one week.
Over 900 positive Covid tests each week have been reported in the Liverpool City Region.
According to the most recent data from Public Health England, the LCR had 1,743 cases in the week ending June 13, which is 937 more than the previous week.
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The current infection rate in LCR is 102.36 infections per 100,000 people.
Individual parts of the LCR have also seen an upsurge in cases: Liverpool, for example, has had an 182 percent weekly increase.
Sefton, which gained 140 percent in a week, is the second-largest weekly gainer in the LCR, after only Liverpool.
There have also been reports of cases in Knowsley, St Helens, Wirral, and Halton. There was a rise in West Lancs, Cheshire West and Chester, and Warrington.
Overall, the number of cases in England has risen: 43,599 coronavirus cases were reported in the UK in the week ending June 13, up 13,177 from the previous seven days.
In Liverpool, there were 733 positive tests in the week ending June 13, up 473 from the previous week. This signifies that the percentage change increased by 182 percent from week to week.
The most recent infection rate was 147.2 infections per 100,000 people.
In the week ending June 13, there were 379 cases in Sefton, which is 221 higher than the previous week. This signifies that the percentage change from week to week increased by 140 percent.
The latest infection rate was 137.1 per 100,000 people.
There was a total of 135 cases in the week ending June 13, which is 60 more cases than in the previous week.
The latest infection rate is 89.5 cases per 100,000 people and the number of cases increased by 80% week on week.
There were 92 positive tests over the last week, which is 35 more cases than in the previous week.
This means that the week-on-week percentage change increased by 61% in the week ending June 13. The latest infection rate is 71.1 cases per 100,000 people.
There were 121 positive tests in the week ending June 13, which is 40 more cases than in the previous week.
The latest infection rate was 67.0 cases. Summary ends.