The eight Bristol neighbourhoods with the highest Covid rates

The latest Covid cluster map shows just eight Bristol neighbourhoods with more than 10 cases per 100,000 people.

There are no parts of the city in the Government map’s five most severe categories for coronavirus infection rates, as of Sunday (May 16).

Eight Bristol areas are in the sixth highest category of rates, between 10 and 49 cases per 100,000 people. There are five neighbourhoods from South Gloucestershire in that group and two from North Somerset.

This represents a sharp drop in rates since the start of last month, when Bristol had five neighbourhoods with rates of more than 100.

The vast majority of areas in the Bristol region have fewer than three cases in total.

Here is a list of the neighbourhoods with the highest rates:

Bristol

Totterdown: 3 cases, rolling rate of 42.2 (per 100,000 people)

St Annes: 3 cases, rolling rate of 30.5

Windmill Hill: 3 cases, rolling rate of 40.5

Barton Hill: 4 cases, rolling rate of 48.8

Lower Easton: 3 cases, rolling rate of 33.9

Bishopston: 4 cases, rolling rate of 31.4

Westbury-on-Trym: 3 cases, rolling rate of 49.3

St Pauls: 5 cases, rolling rate of 37.1.

South Gloucestershire

Bradley Stoke North East: 3 cases, rolling rate of 29.1.

Downend South: 3 cases, rolling rate of 45.2.

Frenchay and Great Stoke: 3 cases, rolling rate of 18.8.

Patchway: 7 cases, rolling rate of 49.7.

Longwell Green and Oldland Common: 3 cases, rolling rate of 29.9.

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North Somerset

Nailsea West: 3 cases, rolling rate of 32.9.

Weston Winterstoke: 3 cases, rolling rate of 32.4.

Sunday’s figures, the latest available, cover the seven days up to May 11.

You can explore the Government’s cluster map here.

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