More than 380 new cases of Covid-19 were confirmed in the Staffordshire Moorlands in the week up to the lockdown – new statistics show.
The latest rolling seven day coronavirus figures cover the seven days up to November 5 – the day England went into the second national lockdown.
The Endon and Brown Edge area had the most new Covid-19 cases confirmed over those seven days – with 54.
The Ipstones, Warslow and Hamps Valley area had the fewest – with six.
The data – which updates daily with a delay of a few days – divides the country into ‘middle super output areas’ (MSOA), which have similar populations of around 7,200 people.
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Larger maps of the MSOAs in the Staffordshire Moorlands are below (note the dots only indicate there have been deaths with the virus in that area since the start of the pandemic and not locations of deaths or confirmed cases).