Two-thirds of London corona virus cases are ‘tier 2’ capitalized in metropolitan areas

<p>Twenty two boroughs saw a fall in the number of confirmed cases</p>

Camden, a metropolitan area, has already seen its seven-day corona virus rate drop below 100,000 to 100,000, making it one of the gateways used before being in Tier 1.

Westminster and Southwark are also close to this level, meaning that part of central London is very important to the UK economy, which may soon have Tier 1 infection rates.

Richmond, Louisham and Wandsworth are also moving towards this 100/100,000 Covid 19 rate.

Twenty-two metropolitan areas saw a decline in the number of confirmed cases in the first week of November, according to official figures.

Seven more had a rise of less than eight per cent, and could easily see a fall in the coming days.

London’s seven-day rate may have peaked at 181.8 on November 15 with a second wave of 199.6.

London and Liverpool are reportedly likely to move into Tier 2, but Manchester and many parts of the North West and Northeast may be in Tier 3.

In Wandsworth, there were 414 cases in the first week of November 20, down 209 (33.5 percent) from the previous week, a seven-day rate of 100.6 to 125.6.

Lambeth saw 453 cases, down 77 (14.5 percent) to 138.9, Tower Hamlets 747 cases, 122 (14 percent) down 230, Sutton 313 cases, 46 (12.8 percent) to 151.7, Luisham 346 cases, 47 (12 percent), 113.1 percent. , Waltham Forest cases 575, 69 (10.7 per cent) down 207.6 per cent, Kensington & Chelsea 212 cases 19 (down 8.2 per cent) 135.8 per cent, Harrow 457 cases, 402 (8 per cent), 182 per cent, Southwalk 359 cases, 31 (7.9 Hockney and London City dropped 466 cases, with a rate of 112.6 per cent. 39 (7.7 per cent) with 160.2 per cent, Bexley 622 cases, 250 (5 per cent with 50 (7.4 per cent)), Harringe 376, 26 (6.5 per cent) with 140 per cent, Brent 676, 205 per cent with 28 (4 per cent).

Greenwich increased by 578 cases, 94 (19.4 per cent), 200.7, Newham 810 cases, 103 (14.6 per cent), 229.4, Red Bridge 918 cases, 80 (9.5 per cent) and 80 (9.5 per cent). 300.8, Merton 370 cases, 279 (7.9 per cent) with 179.1 per cent, Croydon 635 cases, 37 (6.2 per cent) 164.2 per cent, 952 cases, 45 (5 per cent) increase 366.8, Barring & Dugenham 550 cases, 268. (5 per cent) 258.3. With the rate, Enfield rose 708 cases, 20 (2.9 percent) to 212.1, Bromley 514 cases, 12 (2.4 percent) 154.7 percent, and Hounslow 551 cases increased 8 (1.5 percent) to 202.9 percent.

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