Is lockdown in Leeds working? These areas have the highest Covid infection rates after 10 weeks of lockdown
Is the latest lockdown in Leeds working?
Official Government figures show that since mid-January the rate of positive Covid cases per 100,000 people in Leeds has been falling. It's now down to 102.5 after almost 10 weeks of lockdown. But infection rates vary across the city's Middle Super Output Areas, a geographic measure of about 8,000 people. Here we reveal which Leeds areas had the highest infection rates in the seven days to March 9, the latest available figures. All images are for illustrative purposes only.