Covid cases in Leeds: The Leeds areas with the highest infection rates as socialising and hospitality indoors to resume next week
Restrictions are expected to ease across England next week - but there are some neighbourhoods in Leeds where coronavirus case rates still remain higher than others.
From Monday, May 17, restaurants, pubs and bars are set to be allowed to welcome customers indoors.
Six people or two households will be allowed to meet indoors, allowing people to enter into other people's homes and stay overnight.
Museums and cinemas will also be allowed to reopen to customers.
A week before the next stage of lockdown easing, we reveal which Leeds neighbourhoods had the highest case rates per 100,000 people in the seven days to May 3 - the latest date for which figures are available.
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