Control and testing
Coronavirus cases by area
Report published 25th September 2020
Cases data from week 17th-23rd September 2020
Data extracted covering testing up to 23rd September 2020 show that the total number of confirmed cases for the last 7 days is 1113, an increase of 460 cases on the previous week. The latest weekly rate of Covid-19 in Liverpool is 223.5 per 100,000 population and the latest positivity testing rate* is 12.8%.
There has been a rapid and worrying increase in cases in Liverpool since the 1st September, when there were 94 cases per week, to the current level of 1113 cases per week.
Of those cases where ethnicity was given, 90% people were recorded as White British and 10% people were from a Black and Minority Ethnic background. The majority of cases (56%) were in those aged under 40 years, whereas 28% cases were in those aged 40-59 yrs. Of all the confirmed cases in the last seven days 52% were female and 48% were male.
There is now a widespread community transmission of the virus in Liverpool, with new positive Covid-19 cases recorded mainly in the working age population.
The wards with the largest number of confirmed cases are Speke-Garston (74 cases), Riverside (60 cases), Old Swan (52 cases), Central (51 cases), Norris Green (49 cases), Kirkdale (48 cases), Clubmoor (46 cases), and Greenbank (40 cases). Compared to the previous week, confirmed cases in all wards have increased, except in Wavertree ward.
Find your Ward
Use our postcode look-up to find out what Ward you live in.
|Ward name||Weekly total|
|Allerton and Hunts Cross||29|
|Kensington and Fairfield||30|
|Tuebrook and Stoneycroft||38|
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