Posted: 10.01.21 at 13:21 by Joe 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.
• 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 North: 31 cases
Mylor Bridge and Flushing: 22 cases
Penryn: 27 cases
Falmouth West and South: 49 cases
Falmouth East: 31 cases
Ponsanooth, Mabe and Constantine: 45 cases
(Zoom in on the map and you can see the road names.)
Level rates are suppressed where there have been fewer than 3 cases in a seven-day period. This is to protect the privacy of individuals.
This gov.uk interactive map has a high reference point of 400 cases per 100,000 – an illustration of how the virus is spreading across the country.
You can view the interactive map for yourself here.