THESE are the areas of Bradford with the highest and lowest Covid-19 infection rates over the past seven days.

The ten areas are the five places were Covid is spreading the most, and the five which are doing the best to stop the spread of the virus.

In Bradford, the current Covid-19 infection rate is 221.9 infections per 100,000 people, above the national average in England which currently stands at 188.3.

The figures, which cover the seven days to February 7, are broken down by Middle Super Output Area, the most localised way of breaking down figures, by areas with a population of 7,200 people.

Some areas are doing very well in controlling the virus, while others have a lot of work to do to bring infections down and the end of lockdown closer.

The areas doing the worst are all in built up areas of the city of Bradford, while the areas doing the best are in rural areas of the district.

These are the five areas with the highest Covid-19 infection rates:

  1. Queensbury - 453.9 infections per 100,000 people
  2. Canterbury - 408.5
  3. Horton Bank - 357.1
  4. Bierley & Tong - 341.8
  5. Eccleshill 323.3


These are the five areas with the lowest Covid-19 infection rates:

  1.  Addingham & Ilkley Moor - 54.7 infections per 100,000 people
  2. Menston & Burley Moor - 83.7
  3. Sutton & Crosshills - 89.2
  4. Haworth & Oxenhope - 90.7
  5.  Cullingworth & Denholme - 108.9


In Burley-in-Wharfedale, there are currently fewer than three cases of Covid-19, so it's number of cases and infection rate are suppressed to protect the identities of patients, which is why it is not included in these figures.

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