There have been 18 further cases of Covid-19 confirmed in Bristol in the last 24 hours.
The daily total of new cases on Sunday (May 30) comes after seven new infections yesterday, 25 on Friday, 17 on Thursday, 18 on Wednesday, 12 on Tuesday, seven on Monday, and 14 last Sunday.
It takes the total number of cases in Bristol since the pandemic began to 31,131.
Five new infections were reported in South Gloucestershire in the latest 24-hour reporting period – taking its total for the whole pandemic to 15,346 – with two in North Somerset, meaning its total has increased to 10,164.
Meanwhile the latest weekly data shows that in the seven days to May 25, 93 people tested positive for Covid-19 in Bristol.
The neighbourhood which has been a hotspot, St Paul’s, recorded eight cases.
The seven-day infection rate in St Paul’s has fallen from 66.8 to 59.4 per 100,000 population.
In the same seven-day period there were seven new cases in Upper Horfield, five in Cotham and in and four in Horfield.
There were fewer than three new cases in Windmill Hill, Stapleton, Bedminster and in Monks Park. Data is not shown for areas with fewer than three new cases to protect individuals’ identities, so it is not possible to establish exactly where all new Bristol cases were recorded.
The breakdown of cases in localised areas of the city are always five days behind the daily total for the whole of Bristol.
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Weekly infection rate figures
The latest weekly infection rate for Bristol for the seven days up to May 25 is 20.1, slightly up on the rate of 17.7 for the seven days up to May 24.
The latest case rate remains just below the England national average, which was 25.7 for the same period.
North Somerset’s case rate has fallen to 6.5, well below the national average. The rate in South Gloucestershire has remained at 10.5.
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No new deaths within 28 days of a positive Covid-19 test have been recorded in Bristol today, and the total remains at 471.
You can explore the Government’s cluster map showing seven-day data for specific areas here.,
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