Posted: 15.08.21 at 19:37 by Joseph Macey
Falmouth and Penryn residents can now easily see how many Coronavirus cases there are in the area.
A government interactive map has been launched which is accessible to everyone.
The map uses official data to show the extent of Covid-19 in every area of the country within the past seven days. It is updated with new figures every day.
This is the case rate per 100,000 people for 7–day period ending on 10th August.
• The number of cases in the past seven days
• The rate of infection per 100,000 people in the population
• How the area compares to the rest of England
Coronavirus in Falmouth
Falmouth East: 71 cases
Falmouth North: 58 cases
Falmouth West and South: 59 cases
Ponsanooth, Mabe, and Constantine: 49 cases
Mylor and Frogpool: 20 cases
Penryn: 81 cases
(Zoom in on the map and you can see the road names.)
You can view the interactive map for yourself here.
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