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The county/unitary authority with the lowest 7-Day Case Rate in England on 25 February 2021 is now the Isle of Wight, followed by Cornwall and Isles of Scilly and then Devon. With 7-Day Case Rates of 23.2, 25.2 and 29.9 respectively.
West Devon still has the lowest case rate of any local authority in the country at 9.0, with South Hams at 13.8 (a slight increase) and then Torridge (14.6). The North Devon case rate is still the fourth lowest at 15.4 (a decrease).
Corby is the only local authority in England with a 7-day case rate higher than 250 – it stands at 264.5 (a decrease). There are now 194 local authorities with a case rate lower than 100.