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It’s important to understand that with low case rates a difference of just one or two cases can easily make authorities move up and down the table on a regular basis.
On 29 July 2021 Herefordshire remained the county/unitary authority with the lowest 7-Day Case Rate in England with a rate of 159.2. Devon had the 87th lowest case rate at 299.5.
Malvern Hills became the local authority with the lowest case rate in the country with a rate of 127.1. North Devon’s seven day case rate was 263.5 and that in Torridge 293.0.
Based on provisional figures North Devon’s case rate will decrease on two consecutive days to 249.1 then 237.8 before increasing to 241.9 followed by a decrease to 220.3. Again based on provisional figures, the 7-day case rate in Torridge will drop to 259.3, then increase to 269.5 before falling to 257.8 and then 210.9.
Lincoln became the local authority with the highest case rate in England with a rate of 653.6.
There are no local authorities in England with a case rate above 1,000 and only five with a 7-day case rate above 500 . There continue to be none with a case rate below 100.
Exeter continues to have the highest rate case rate in Devon with an increased rate of 504.6. West Devon continues to have the lowest rate – 159.5.