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Author Topic: 3 Berkshire areas have Covid rate above county's average  (Read 1051 times)
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« on: January 07, 2022, 02:58:23 PM »

Covid rates are worked out by calculating what the number of cases in an area would be per 100,000 people.

This means that each area can be accurately compared to another, whether it has a low or high population of people living there.

The current weekly rate per population in Berkshire is 1,574.47 and three areas sit higher than this average.

The three areas of Berkshire that have a Covid rate higher than the counties average

Bracknell - 1,945.8
Windsor and Maidenhead - 1,577.9
Reading 1,526.8

Bracknell has such a high Covid rate that it sits above the national average rate, which is currently 1,791.7 people per 100,000 based on data from December 31 to January 6.

Windsor and Maidenhead and Reading take second and third place for the highest number of Covid cases and the rest of Berkshire has a Covid rate that is currently sitting below 1,500.

Currently, the area of Berkshire with the lowest Covid rate is Slough at 1,449.4 cases per 100,00 people.

Berkshire's latest Covid rates and cases

The figures below are for the seven days up to January 2. The case numbers are in brackets

Bracknell Forest, 1945.8, (2,416)
Windsor and Maidenhead, 1,577.9, (2,387)
Reading, 1,526.8, (2,448)
West Berkshire, 1,491.8, (2,364)
Wokingham, 1,455.1, (2,531)
Slough, 1,449.4, (2,168)
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