Plymouths latest COVID-19 cases by area-by-area as cases rise – Plymouth Live

Plymouth has 72 new positive COVID-19 cases according to the latest set of data from the government.

The fresh data reveals all the changes in the cluster figures from areas all across the city.

Plymouth City Council have today advised Plymothians to “take action” as the threat of Tier 2 restrictions looms larger with each passing day.

The news that Plymouth is close to a Tier 2 lockdown has now made national headlines, sparking widespread discussion of what can be done to stop the city facing tighter restrictions.

The city has seen 387 cases in the last seven days, according to the latest numbers provided by the council. It is worth noting, however, that the data is for the period ending four days ago – October 24.

The city’s case rate per 100,000 population now sits at 147.7, compared to 126.7, which is the average case rate for the South West region.

Alongside a graph showing the rise in cases, Plymouth City Council said: “Cases in Plymouth have risen again.

“Take action now and wear a mask, wash your hands and practise social distancing.

“Protect yourself, protect your family, protect Plymouth.”

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Where has COVID-19 risen again in Plymouth?

The following areas have experienced new cases:

Derriford & Estover (five to six), Higher Compton & Eggbuckland (five to six), Plympton St Mary (six to eight), Plympton Chaddlewood (four to five), Efford, Laira & Crabtree (14 to 17), Plympton St Maurice (five to six), Mutley (27 to 29), Devonport, Mount Wise & Morice Town (nine to 10), City Centre, Barbican & Sutton Harbour (56 to 59), Cattedown & Prince Rock (21 to 23), Millbay & Stonehouse (15 to 17), Plymstock Elburton (eight to 10), Honicknowle & Manadon (13 to 14), Crownhill (six to seven).

However, there have also been a decrease in a number of other clusters.

Those being:

Tamerton Foliot (15 to 14), Ernesettle (eight to seven), St Budeaux (nine to eight), Deer Park & Leigham (five to four), Ham, Beacon Park & Pennycross (13 to 12), Plympton Underwood (nine to eight), Lipson (nine to eight).

Some areas have stayed the same – Glenholt & Widewell (six), Southway (4), Kings Tamerton & West Park (11), North Prospect (seven), Keyham (seven), Mannamead & Hartley (10), Peverell (16), Ford & Blockhouse Park (10), Stoke & Pennycomequick (13), Plymstock Hooe & Oreston (eight), Plymstock Goosewell & Staddiscombe (three).