The city was recently the worst affected area in the country in terms of new infections, which led to it being the first to be placed under the new, highest level 3 restrictions.
Liverpool’s Covid 19 infection rate has hopefully decreased in the last few days, but there are still worrying case numbers in areas of the city.
In the city, the number of cases has recently declined, but in some areas the numbers are still worryingly high.
The recent weekly rate of c ovid-19 in Liverpool is 486.9 per 100,000 inhabitants, and the recent rate of positive tests* is 17.7%.
The data, which includes testing for the week through October 23, shows that the total number of confirmed cases for this seven-day period is 2,425, a decrease of 588 cases from the previous week.
In recent days, the data suggests that these limitations may gradually affect case numbers as the infection rate has now decreased over several days.
In a number of these areas, there are large student populations, including downtown districts, which continue to lead the way, but with about half of the cases they had a few weeks ago.
Health bosses in the city said that while any decline in cases is welcome, infection rates remain dangerously high – with some areas reporting more cases than others.
Central office (139 cases)
The stations with the highest number of confirmed cases are
Greenbank (120 cases)
Riverside (109 cases)
Norris Green (114 cases)
Picton (96 cases)
Gnarled ash (91 cases)
Fazakerley (92 cases)
Belle Vale (88 cases)
Clubmoor (88 cases)
Kirkdale (89 cases).