There have been some large increases in the number of coronavirus cases across Plymouth.
According to the latest data from the Government, Honicknowle and Manadon and Lipson were the areas with the most cases.
During the week ending January 15, 42 cases were recorded in both areas.
Today’s data, which provides a count for positive coronavirus tests in areas where there are more than two cases (known as clusters), showed that 14 areas in the city have more than 30 cases.
The areas which saw the biggest increases in cases were Mannamead and Hartley which went from 21 to 33, Honicknowle and Manadon which went from 35 to 42, and Stoke and Pennycomequick which went from 34 to 40.
There were also some significant drops in cases too, in particular in Mutley, which decreased from 27 to 20, Keyham which went from 23 to 18, and Millbay and Stonehouse which went from 35 to 31.
Coronavirus cases in Plymouth – week ending January 15
(Note: the numbers in the third column are the difference between today’s reported coronavirus cases for the week ending January 15 and yesterday’s which covered the week ending January 14)
|Plymouth- week ending January 15 2021|
|Area Name||Cases||Rate per 100k||Difference|
|Honicknowle & Manadon||42||476.8||7|
|Stoke & Pennycomequick||40||585.9||6|
|Efford, Laira & Crabtree||39||428.3||-1|
|Plympton St Mary||39||504.7||-2|
|Devonport, Mount Wise & Morice Town||38||406.9||3|
|City Centre, Barbican & Sutton Harbour||37||348.9||1|
|Ford & Blockhouse Park||34||428.5||1|
|Mannamead & Hartley||33||422.5||12|
|Derriford & Estover||31||391.8||-1|
|King’s Tamerton & West Park||31||418.1||0|
|Millbay & Stonehouse||31||250.7||-4|
|Deer Park & Leigham||26||354.9||2|
|Plymstock Goosewell & Staddiscombe||26||348.2||4|
|Cattedown & Prince Rock||25||263||-2|
|Plympton St Maurice||24||326.7||2|
|Plymstock Hooe & Oreston||24||230.3||1|
|Ham, Beacon Park & Pennycross||23||256.8||-2|
|Glenholt & Widewell||9||127.8||1|
|Higher Compton & Eggbuckland||9||125.6||-1|
The areas with the lowest number of cases (but above three) were Higher Compton and Eggbuckland with nine, Glenholt and Widewell with 9, and Crownhill with 14.
Areas with less than three cases are not revealed by the Government in order to protect individual’s identities, but may still have cases.