52 Herts neighbourhoods where covid rates are still rising

Tomorrow is the first day in the government’s route out of lockdown with schools reopening across the country.

It comes at a great time as in the majority of areas, infection rates and case numbers are dropping, including right here in Hertfordshire.

But there are some neighbourhoods in Herts where cases are rising.

All ten boroughs have at least one area where cases are rising and there are some worst than others.

In the week ending March 1, some areas have seen a 300 per cent rise in cases.

Whereas others have seen a 30 per cent rise after the number of weekly cases went up by one.

Both Dacorum and Watford had the highest number of areas where cases were rising in the week-on-week comparison from the week ending February 22 to March 1. Here’s the full list of areas.

Broxbourne

Broxbourne Town

Total cases: four – up by two in a week.

Rolling rate: 64.7

Cheshunt Central

Total cases: nine – up by six which is a 200 per cent weekly rise.

Rolling rate: 115.5

Cheshunt Coopers Walk

Total cases: eight – a rise of one from the week before.

Rolling rate: 106.6

Flamstead End

Total cases: five – two new cases.

Rolling rate: 65.3

Goffs Oak

Total cases: three – a 50 per cent rise after one new case.

Rolling rate: 44.4

Hoddesdon Ware Road

Total cases: four after rising by one in the week.

Rolling rate: 57.5

Dacorum

Berkhamsted West

Total cases: three cases – up by 50 per cent after rising by one.

Bovingdon & Chipperfield

Total cases: 12 – a 140 per cent rise from the week before. This was after seven new cases were reported in the last seven days.

Rolling rate: 128.4.

Grovehill, Dacorum

Total cases: 13 – two up from the week before.

Rolling rate: 162.6

Hemel Hempstead Town

Total cases: 18 – a rise of eight from the week before (80 per cent).

Rolling rate: 158.5.

Leverstock Green

Total cases: three cases – up on one.

Rolling rate: 40.5

Maylands & Adeyfield

Total cases: 14 – a rise of two.

Rolling rate: 193.3

Nash Mills & Bennetts End, Dacorum

Total cases: 16 – two more than the week before.

Rolling rate: 157.4

Warners End

Total cases: four cases – up on one.

Rolling rate: 59.2

East Hertfordshire

Bishop’s Stortford East

Total cases: three – one new case.

Rolling rate: 33.4

Bishop’s Stortford West & Braughing

Total cases: three – one new case.

Rolling rate: 31.5

Hertford Foxholes

Total cases: six cases – risen from two.

Rolling rate: 100.3

Hertford South

Total cases: six cases – risen from one.

Rolling rate: 62

Ware East

Total cases: five cases after one new case was reported.

Rolling rate: 43.4

Hertsmere

Potters Bar Furzefield

Total cases: three – one new case.

Rolling rate: 44.8

Potters Bar Oakmere

Total cases: 12 – a massive 300 per cent rise after nine new cases were reported in the week.

Rolling rate: 157.1

Potters Bar Parkfield

Total cases: seven – three new cases.

Rolling rate: 84.1

Radlett

Total cases: five – three cases more than the week before.

Rolling rate: 61.7

North Hertfordshire

Arlesey & Henlow

Total cases: seven cases, three up from the week before.

Rolling rate: 57.6

Ickleford, Great Offley & Whitwell

Total cases: seven – a rise of one new case.

Rolling rate: 71

Letchworth South East

Total cases: three cases – rising from one.

Rolling rate: 46.9

St Albans

Colney Heath & Tyttenhanger

Total cases: four cases – doubled in the week after being at two.

Rolling rate: 62.3

Clarence Park

Total cases: seven cases – after previously being at three the week before.

Rolling rate: 85

Harpenden East

Total cases: five cases – rising by three (150 per cent).

Rolling rate: 62.8

Redbourn

Total cases: three – rising by 50 per cent after being at one

Rolling rate: 46.9

Townsend & New Greens

Total cases: five – up by two from the week before.

Rolling rate: 64.2

Stevenage

Bedwell

Total cases: 12 – a rise of one from the week before.

Rolling rate: 150.8

Chells South

Total cases: eight cases – rising by two.

Rolling rate: 117.4

Pin Green

Total cases: 10 – one up from the week before.

Rolling rate: 113.7

Poplars

Total cases: six cases – rising by 20 per cent after one new case than the week before.

Rolling rate: 89.9

St Nicholas

Total cases: 16 – a rise of one.

Rolling rate: 209.4

Woodfield & Old Town

Total cases: eight cases – rising by one.

Rolling rate: 65.1

Three Rivers

Abbots Langley

Total cases: 10 – two more than the week before.

Rolling rate: 111

Croxley North & Sarratt

Total cases: six – up on one (20 per cent).

Rolling rate: 75.7

Watford

Carpenders Park

Total cases: seven – a rise of two in the latest data which works out to be an 40 per cent increase.

Rolling rate: 100.7

Central Watford

Total cases: 13 – a weekly increase of 44.4 per cent after four more cases were reported in the seven days too March 1.

Rolling rate: 124.7

Garston

Total cases: 14 – a rise of three from the week before.

Rolling rate: 171.1

Holywell

Total cases: Three new case in the seven days to March 1 means there are 15 in total in Holywell.

Rolling rate: 159.7

Leavesden & Garston Manor

Total cases: 14 – four more than the week before.

Rolling rate: 132.3

South Oxhey

Total cases: nine – up by three in the week of March 1 which was a 50 per cent rise.

Rolling rate: 115.1

Stanborough

Total cases: six – two cases higher than the week before.

Rolling rate: 84.6

Tudor

Total cases: 11 – a 450 per cent rise after nine more cases were reported than the week before.

Rolling rate: 188.2

Welwyn Hatfield

Hatfield East

Total cases: three cases – rising from two to one in the two weeks.

Rolling rate: 40.8

Hatfield Town

Total cases: six cases after rising from 4 in the week.

Rolling rate: 66.2

Knightsfield

Total cases: seven cases – rising by one.

Rolling rate: 115.5

Peartree

Total cases: 10 – a rise of six which is 150 per cent.

Rolling rate: 121.7

Welwyn Garden City Central & Handside

Total cases: five cases – rising by two in the week.

Rolling rate: 70.6

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