As the country braces itself for the inevitable increase in the number of people who are going to become infected with COVID-19, we have carried out some research into the geographical areas with the highest and lowest amounts of confirmed cases.
The information has been taken from Public Health England and was last updated on 15/03/2020.
As the Government has now said that only hospital patients are going to be tested for COVID-19, then numbers below do not represent the number of cases in your local community accurately.
But the figures below do give an insight into some of the areas where there has been a dramatic increase in cases.
Credit: Public Health England / Esri UK, Esri, HERE, Garmin, FAO, NOAA, USGS
Most confirmed cases
Kensington and Chelsea: 40
Least confirmed cases
The following areas all have just one confirmed case:
Norfolk, East Sussex, Redbridge, Gatehead, Sandwell, Sunderland, Sefton, St Helens, Salford, Dorset, Cheshire East, County Durham, Southampton, Portsmouth, Thurrock, Peterborough, County of Herefordshire, Warrington and Redcar and Cleveland.
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