Coronavirus infection rates have risen in all neighborhoods of Greater Manchester except Trafford, according to the latest figures.
Oldham remains the area with the highest infection rates in our region.
The population currently has an infection rate of 713.6 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, which is compared to the national average of 425.3 cases per 100,000 people.
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It has the 18th highest coronavirus infection rate in the entire country.
Bolton is the only Greater Manchester borough to have a lower than average national infection rate.
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Cases rose by more than a third in Bury and Stockport compared to last week, the latest figures from Public Health England show.
The average infection rate in Greater Manchester now stands at 556.9 cases per 100,000 people.
In the week ending July 11, 308 patients were admitted to NHS hospitals in Greater Manchester with coronavirus, which is 70 more than the previous week, an increase of 29 per cent.
On 13 July, there were 59 mechanical ventilation (VM) beds occupied by Covid patients at NHS hospitals in Greater Manchester, the same number as a week earlier.
These statistics are the most recent data available for hospital admissions, which are not updated daily.
The week ending July 14, a total of 31 people died in the 28 days following a positive coronavirus test across Greater Manchester, which is 10 more than the previous week.
Cases reported in each of the ten municipalities
There were 1,472 positive tests on Salford , which is 117 more than the previous week.
The most recent infection rate in Salford is 568.7 cases per 100,000 people, up nine per cent on weekdays.
Manchester recorded a total of 2,933 cases the week ending July 14, which is 112 more than the previous week. This represents an increase of four percent.
In Manchester, the most recent coronavirus infection rate is 530.5 cases per 100,000 people.
In Oldham , there were 1,692 positive Covid-19 tests the week ending July 14, an increase of 222 the previous seven days.
The city’s weekday trend represents a 15% increase.
There have been 1,484 positive tests in the last seven days Rochdale , 248 more than the previous week.
Cases increased by 20% compared to the previous week, and the city had the second highest infection rate in Greater Manchester.
To bury recorded 989 positive coronavirus tests over the seven-day period, which is 253 more than the previous week.
It represented a 34% increase in cases for the week ending July 14th.
Bolton recorded 1,121 positive tests the week ending July 14, which is 166 more than the previous seven days.
The city’s coronavirus infection rate rose 17% on weekdays.
Trafford it was the only area in which cases fell compared to the previous week, with a decrease of 2%.
The week ending July 14 there were 1,211 positive coronavirus tests across the city, which was 20 less than the previous seven days.
1,477 cases were registered in Barcelona Stockport , which was 358 more than the previous week, an increase of 32%.
Cases are also on the rise Wigan .
A total of 2,167 people tested during the seven days that ended on July 14th.
It was 360 more than the previous week, a weekly increase of 20 percent.
There were 1,247 positive tests in Tameside the week ending July 14, 151 more than the previous 7 days.
This is an increase of 14% compared to the previous week.