UK Covid-19 hotspots

New cases per 100,000 people

in the seven days to 6 September

10

20

30

40

London

Greater

Glasgow

and Clyde

43

Western

Scotland

Blackburn

with Darwen

59

Bolton

121

Greater

Manchester

Leicester

49

Caerphilly

78

1. Western Scotland

Restrictions in the Glasgow, East Renfrewshire, West Dunbartonshire, East Dunbartonshire and Renfrewshire council areas bar people from visiting separate households and prohibit visits to homes in areas that have not been impacted. Indoor visits to hospitals and care homes are also limited.

 

2. Caerphilly

Local lockdown will not be lifted until at least October. People must not enter or leave the county borough without a good reason. Anyone over 11 must wear a face covering in shops. Indoor meetings are not allowed, extended households can’t be created and overnight stays are banned.

 

3. Leicester

People should not have visitors to their homes or socialise with people they do not live with in other indoor public venues such as pubs, restaurants, shops, places of worship or leisure venues. They also should not visit friends or family in care homes, other than in exceptional circumstances.

 

4. Parts of Greater Manchester, East Lancashire, Preston and West Yorkshire

People must not host others they do not live with at home or in their garden unless they have formed a support bubble – where a household with one adult joins with another household. People in the same bubble can stay overnight.

 

5. Bolton

Hospitality venues are restricted to takeaway-only. The council has asked people not to mix with other households indoors or outdoors, and to only use public transport for essential purposes. It aims to prevent a local lockdown, after the town’s infection rate increased to 99 cases per 100,000 people per week – the highest in England.

 

6. Blackburn, Oldham and Pendle

Two different households are banned from mixing indoors or in a garden. Visits to care homes are banned, other than in exceptional circumstances. In specific areas with extra restrictions, people should not socialise with people they do not live with at indoor or outdoor public venues, such as parks.

New cases per 100,000 people

in the seven days to 6 September

2. Caerphilly

Local lockdown will not be lifted until at least October. People must not enter or leave the county borough without a good reason. Anyone over 11 must wear a face covering in shops. Indoor meetings are not allowed, extended households can’t be created and overnight stays are banned.

10

20

30

40

London

Greater

Glasgow

and Clyde

43

3. Leicester

People should not have visitors to their homes or socialise with people they do not live with in other indoor public venues such as pubs, restaurants, shops, places of worship or leisure venues. They also should not visit friends or family in care homes, other than in exceptional circumstances.

Western

Scotland

Blackburn

with Darwen

59

4. Parts of Greater Manchester, East Lancashire, Preston and West Yorkshire

People must not host others they do not live with at home or in their garden unless they have formed a support bubble – where a household with one adult joins with another household. People in the same bubble can stay overnight.

Bolton

121

Greater

Manchester

5. Bolton

Hospitality venues are restricted to takeaway-only. The council has asked people not to mix with other households indoors or outdoors, and to only use public transport for essential purposes. It aims to prevent a local lockdown, after the town’s infection rate increased to 99 cases per 100,000 people per week – the highest in England.

Leicester

49

Caerphilly

78

1. Western Scotland

Restrictions in the Glasgow, East Renfrewshire, West Dunbartonshire, East Dunbartonshire and Renfrewshire council areas bar people from visiting separate households and prohibit visits to homes in areas that have not been impacted. Indoor visits to hospitals and care homes are also limited.

6. Blackburn, Oldham and Pendle

Two different households are banned from mixing indoors or in a garden. Visits to care homes are banned, other than in exceptional circumstances. In specific areas with extra restrictions, people should not socialise with people they do not live with at indoor or outdoor public venues, such as parks.