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Central and northern England report high rates of Covid-19 infections. Map of counties and upper tier local authorities showing cases per 100,000 of the population, most recent week of data. Merthyr Tydfil has the highest rate with 177 infections per 100,000. Leicester, which is currently in an enforced local lockdown, has the second-highest rate with 140 infections per 100,000

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Leicester and Merthyr Tydfil top table for UK-wide Covid infections

New data from public health bodies show other towns and cities that could be at risk of local lockdown

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TAGS: National Health Service, Public Health England, Leicester, UK business & economy, UK politics & policy, Disease control and prevention, Coronavirus pandemic

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