THE top five areas of Bradford with the highest rolling seven-day infection rates have been revealed in Government figures.

The number, of Covid-19 infections per 100,000 people, is from the seven days to November 8 and is broken down by Middle Super Output Area (MSOA).

MSOAs are used to provide closely localised figures, covering areas of around 7,200 people. Some areas share names with Council wards but do not reflect or cover the same area as the wards they share a name with.

The highest infection rate was in Manningham & Lister Park, where it was 1,174.2 infections per 100,000 people, almost double the Bradford district-wide rate of 590.8. Manningham & Lister Park also recorded the highest number of Covid-19 cases in the district in that period, at 114.

The second highest rate was in Undercliffe, which was also second in last week's figures. The rate was 1,028.4, up from last week when it was 949.3, which is worrying for the area.

It was followed in third by Haigh Fold in east Bradford, where the rate is 937.7.

In fourth was Chellow Heights, with a rate of 883.7, and in fifth by Scholemoor which has a rate of 847.9.

You can see the area-by-area breakdown of positive Covid-19 cases for today here.

If your area isn't listed and you want to find out the infection rate, you can view the full map here.