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44 South Yorkshire postcodes with Covid rates above national average

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There are over 40 areas in South Yorkshire that have Covid rates above the national average as the decision looms on whether all restrictions will be lifted later this month.

Currently the average coronavirus rate for England is 30.9 per 100,000.

However, there are several places in South Yorkshire that are above this number – with areas some over triple that figure.

This includes numerous places in Sheffield, Doncaster, Barnsley and Rotherham.

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Currently Darnall in Sheffield has the highest coronavirus infection rate in South Yorkshire, which is based on data from the seven days to May 28.

The governments interactive Covid map shows that Darnall has an infection rate of 175.6 per 100.000.

Other areas which particularly high rates also include Hexthorpe and Balby North in Doncaster, Upperthorpe, Netherthorpe and Langsett in Sheffield and Shafton and Upper Cudworth in Barnsley.

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Have a look below at all the places in South Yorkshire with an above average Covid-19 rate.

South Yorkshire places where Covid rates are above the national average

Doncaster

  • Hexthorpe and Balby North – 103.9
  • Balby Carr – 32.1
  • Central Doncaster and Hyde Park – 67.1
  • Intake – 31.4
  • Wheatley Hills – 48.4
  • Bentley and Toll Bar – 36.8
  • Armthorpe North – 38.2
  • Edenthorpe and Mere Lane – 64.4
  • Bawtry, Austerfield and Hayfield – 87.9
  • Hatfield West – 35.4
  • Hatfield East – 43.9

Rotherham

  • Maltby East – 53
  • Wickersley and Bramley South – 62.5
  • Wickersley North – 59.7
  • Eastwood and East Dene – 46.2
  • Rotherham Central – 47.9
  • Masbrough and Bradgate – 91.2
  • Swallownest and Wales – 44.1
  • Catcliffe, Treeton and Waverley – 47.4

Sheffield

  • Brightside and Wincobank – 50.5
  • Tinsley and Carbrook – 42.3
  • Darnall – 175.6
  • Littledale and Handsworth North – 48.6
  • Burngreave and Grimesthorpe – 67.5
  • Upperthorpe, Netherthorpe and Langsett – 114.8
  • Broomhill and Lower Crookesmoor – 36.9
  • Devonshire Quarter – 53.5
  • Highfield and Lowfield – 37.3
  • Sharrow – 68.2
  • Broomhall – 54.6
  • Meersbrook – 52
  • Nether Edge – 38.9
  • Brincliffe and Sharrow Vale – 36.4
  • Endcliffe and Ranmoor – 59.5
  • Lower Stannington – 49
  • Bents Green and Millhouses – 41.6
  • Fulwood and Lodgemoor – 88.9
  • Chapeltown – 55.9

Barnsley

  • Barnsley Town and Park Road – 54.7
  • Wilthorpe and Barugh Green – 78.5
  • Shafton and Upper Cudworth – 128.7
  • Royston East and Carlton – 66.1
  • Birdwell – 58.3
  • Ingbirchworth, Dunford Bridge and Thurgoland – 76.2

Written by: Rother Radio News


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