Northern England and the Midlands are facing the worst outbreaks

Weekly case rates per 100,000 people

Week ending 21 June

0

69 and above

All 15 of the areas to have the highest infection rates were in the East Midlands, Yorkshire & the Humber and the north-west

London's rate of infection was far lower. None of the 50 worst-hit areas were in the capital

Barnsley

55 cases per

100,000

Leicester

Locked down

69 cases per

100,000

Bradford

69 cases per

100,000

Rochdale

54 cases per

100,000

Detail above

London's rate of infection was far lower. None of the 50 worst-hit areas were in the capital

Weekly case rates per 100,000 people

Week ending 21 June

0

69 and above

0

Barnsley

55 cases per

100,000

All 15 of the areas to have the highest infection rates were in the East Midlands, Yorkshire & the Humber and the north-west

Leicester: Locked down

140 cases per 100,000

Bradford

69 cases per

100,000

Rochdale

54 cases per

100,000

Detail

above