These nine Leeds areas are almost free of Covid with the fewest new cases this week

These Leeds areas have the lowest case numbers in the city

Friday, 5th February 2021, 4:45 pm
These Leeds areas have the lowest case numbers in the city

Official Government figures show that since mid-January the rate of positive Covid-19 cases in Leeds has been falling. It's now down to 230.7 new cases per 100,000 people. Infection rates vary across the city's Middle Super Output Areas - a geographic measure of around 8,000 people. And there's encouraging news for these nine Leeds neighbourhoods, where there were less than seven new cases confirmed in the seven days to January 30, the latest available figures. All images are for illustrative purposes only.

There were three new cases in Otley North, that's an infection rate of 48.8
There were three new cases in Colton, Austhorpe & Whitkirk - an infection rate of 55.3

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There were four new cases in Otley South - a rate of 52.4
There were five new cases in Carr Manor - an infection rate of 64.9
There were five new cases in Collingham, Rigton & Harewood - an infection rate of 66.7
There were five new cases in Guiseley North & West - an infection rate of 67.7
There were six new cases in Guiseley East & South - an infection rate of 88
There were six new cases in Aberford, Barwick & Thorner - an infection rate of 93
There were six new cases in Adel - an infection rate of 106.5