These Yorkshire areas had the highest weekly coronavirus rates - updated list

This is the weekly coronavirus rate of every local authority area in Yorkshire, listed in descending order.

The weekly coronavirus rate of every local authority area in Yorkshire

The figures, for the seven days to July 24, are based on tests carried out in laboratories (pillar one of the Government’s testing programme) and in the wider community (pillar two). The rate is expressed as the number of new cases per 100,000 people. Here is the rate of new cases in the seven days to July 24 in every Yorkshire area, followed by the equivalent figure for the previous seven days to July 17. Data for the most recent three days (July 25-27) has been excluded as it is incomplete and likely to be revised. Pictures are for illustrative purposes only.

Bradford had a rate of 44.5in the seven days to July 24, up from 42.4 for the previous seven days to July 17

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Calderdale had a rate of 23.3 in the seven days to July 24 and 23.3 for the previous seven days to July 17
Kirklees had a rate of 21.4 in the seven days to July 24, down from 28 for the previous seven days to July 17
Sheffield had a rate of 17.2 in the seven days to July 24, up from 11.8 for the previous seven days to July 17
Wakefield had a rate of 13.9 in the seven days to July 24, down from 20.6 for the previous seven days to July 17
Rotherham had a rate of 12.5 in the seven days to July 24, down from 26.1 for the previous seven days to July 17
Barnsley had a rate of 11.4 in the seven days to July 24, up from 10.2 for the previous seven days to July 17
Hull had a rate of 6.1 in the seven days to July 24, up from 3.5 for the previous seven days to July 17
Craven had a rate of 5.3 in the seven days to July 24, and 5.3 for the previous seven days to July 17
Harrogate had a rate of 5.0 in the seven days to July 24, up from 3.1 for the previous seven days to July 17
Leeds had a rate of 4.4 in the seven days to July 24, down from 7.1 for the previous seven days to July 17
York had a rate of 3.3 in the seven days to July 24, up from 1.9 for the previous seven days to July 17
Doncaster had a rate of 2.6 in the seven days to July 24, down from 7.7 for the previous seven days to July 17
East Riding of Yorkshirehad a rate of 1.5 in the seven days to July 24, up from 0.6 for the previous seven days to July 17
Selbyhad a rate of 1.1 in the seven days to July 24, down from 2.2 for the previous seven days to July 17
Hambleton had a rate of 0.0 in the seven days to July 24, down from 1.1 for the previous seven days to July 17
Scarboroughhad a rate of 0.0 in the seven days to July 24, and 0.0 for the previous seven days to July 17
Richmondshirehad a rate of 0.0 in the seven days to July 24, down from 1.9 for the previous seven days to July 17
Ryedalehad a rate of 0.0 in the seven days to July 24, and 0.0 for the previous seven days to July 17