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Covid cases by borough: London’s Covid surge may be levelling off as latest rates are revealed

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According to the latest figures, the capital-wide seven-day Covid infection rate remained stable between December 20 and December 23, increasingly only slightly from 1,969.4 cases per 100,000 people to 2,024.8.

This contrasts with a nearly doubling in the case rate for the seven days up to December 14, when it was 1,072.8, and December 20.

An Evening Standard analysis of the latest borough-by-borough data for the week to December 23 reveals that while Lambeth remained the capital’s worst-worst hit borough, the biggest percentage increases were recorded in north-west London.

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In that week, cases increased by 66.8 per cent in Hillingdon to 4,399, while cases in nearby Hounslow increased by 65.1 per cent to 4,364.

Cases remained highest in south London, with the capital’s five worst-hit boroughs all south of the river.

Lambeth’s total of 9,248 cases in that week were closely followed by Wandsworth, (8,858 cases), Southwark, (8,386 cases), Croydon, (8,381 cases), and Lewisham with 7,727 cases.

The government aims to offer all adults a booster dose by the New Year.

Ministers are also facing pressure to change isolation rules amid warnings of the impact that staff absences are having on key services.

London Covid cases by borough for the seven days up to December 23

Lambeth – 9,248 cases, up 1,209 (15%) on the previous seven-day period. Case rate per 100,000 of 2,873.7

Wandsworth – 8,858 cases, up 2,686.4 (11.8% on the previous seven-day period). Case rate per 100,000 of 2,686.4.

Southwark – 8,386 cases, up 1,665 (24.8%). Case rate per 100,000 of 2,620.5

Croydon – 8,381 cases, up 3,265 (63.8%). Case rate per 100,000 of 2,156.9

Lewisham – 7,727 cases, up 2,329 (43.1%). Case rate per 100,000 of 2,530.9

Hackney and City of London – 6,861 cases, up 624 (10%). Case rate per 100,000 of 2,350.6

Tower Hamlets – 6,726 cases, up 969 (16.8%). Case rate per 100,000 of 2,026.1

Bromley – 7,061 cases, up 2,319 (48.9%). Case rate per 100,000 of 2,122.0

Greenwich – 6,460 cases, up 1,993 (44.6%). Case rate per 100,000 of 2,235.0

Barnet – 6,506 cases, up 2,393 (58.2%). Case rate per 100,000 of 1,630.5

Haringey – 6,047 cases, up 1,825 (43.2%). Case rate per 100,000 of 2,270.3

Newham – 6,247 cases, up 2,104 (50.8%). Case rate per 100,000 of 1,758.4

Ealing – 5,997 cases, up 2,023 (50.9%). Case rate per 100,000 of 1,762.1

Islington – 5,519 cases, up 643 (13.2%). Case rate per 100,000 of 2,224.4

Waltham Forest – 5,496 cases, up 1,490 (37.2%). Case rate per 100,000 of 1,984.5

Brent – 5,655 cases, up 2,073 (57.9%). Case rate per 100,000 of 1,725.4

Enfield – 5606 cases, up 1,916 (51.9%). Case rate per 100,000 of 1,680.5

Camden – 4952 cases, up 871 (21.3%). Case rate per 100,000 of 1,771.6

Havering – 5248 cases, up 1,802 (52.3%). Case rate per 100,000 of 2,013.4

Bexley – 5254 cases, up 2,061 (64.5%). Case rate per 100,000 of 2,107.5

Redbridge – 5231 cases, up 2,005 (62.2%). Case rate per 100,000 of 1,711.4

City of Westminster – 4584 cases, up 820 (21.8%). Case rate per 100,000 of 1,698.7

Merton – 4636 cases, up 1,365 (41.7%). Case rate per 100,000 of 2,245.5

Hammersmith & Fulham – 4,562 cases, up 1409 (44.7%). Case rate per 100,000 of 2,485.5

Sutton – 4461 cases, up 1,750 (64.6%). Case rate per 100,000 of 2,147.7

Hounslow – 4364 cases, up 1,721 (65.1%). Case rate per 100,000 of 1,605.8

Hillingdon – 4399 cases, up 1,761 (66.8%). Case rate per 100,000 of 1,423.6

Barking & Dagenham – 4065 cases, up 1,467 (56.5%). Case rate per 100,000 of 1,898.6

Richmond Upon Thames – 3900 cases, up 1,058 (37.2%). Case rate per 100,000 of 1,968.3

Harrow – 3796 cases, up 1,425 (60.1%). Case rate per 100,000 of 1,504.3

Kingston Upon Thames – 3188 cases, up 731 (29.8%). Case rate per 100,000 of 1,779.6

Kensington & Chelsea – 3022 cases, up 788 (35.3%). Case rate per 100,000 of 1,926.5

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