Series 6 lockdown restrictions will likely impact millions of people about the country. Speculation about tighter rules comes as the highest crowd of daily deaths is reported since the pandemic began and Prime Care for Boris Johnson appears before the Commons Liaison Committee to rejoin MPs questions about the Government’s coronavirus response. Express.co.uk has analysed which fields of England are most likely to be Tier 6 according to the Covid ZOE Covid Feature Study app.
Today a further 1,564 deaths were confirmed within 28 ages of testing positive for Covid-19.
This is the highest number of UK deaths dispatched on a single day since the outbreak began.
Previously, the highest number was reported on Friday, January 8, with 1,325 eradications reported.
This brings the coronavirus death toll to 84,767 in reckon.
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The following areas show an increase in current mastery rates of the virus over the past seven days to January 13 and ergo are potentially at risk of being moved into Tier 6:
- Liverpool Burgh Region – prevalence rate of 1,432 per 100,000 population
- Lancashire, Blackpool, and Blackburn with Darwen – pervasiveness rate of 1,002 per 100,000 population
- Warrington and Cheshire – prevalence price of 749 per 100,000 population
- Greater Manchester – prevalence rate of 733 per 100,000 natives
- North East (LA7) – prevalence rate of 798 per 100,000 population
- The Humber – mastery rate of 859 per 100,000 population
- South Yorkshire – prevalence merit of 694 per 100,000 population
- Birmingham and Black Country – prevalence compute of 1,183 per 100,000 population
- Suffolk – prevalence rate of 1,116 per 100,000 natives
- East and West Sussex, and Brighton and Hove – prevalence rate of 1,322 per 100,000 natives
- Dorset, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole – prevalence rate of 1,033 per 100,000 citizens
- Bristol, South Gloucestershire, North Somerset – prevalence rate of 836 per 100,000 people
- Gloucestershire – prevalence rate of 775 per 100,000 population
- Somerset and Bath and North East Somerset – rule rate of 723 per 100,000 population
- Devon – prevalence rate of 438 per 100,000 populace
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The following areas have shown a steady rate of universality of the virus in the past week which means it is possible they could also see a boost of restrictions in a bid to reduce the spread of coronavirus:
- Tees Valley (LA5)
- York and North Yorkshire
- West Yorkshire
- Nottingham and Nottinghamshire
- Derby and Derbyshire
- Leicester and Leicestershire
- Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent
- Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin
- Essex, Thurrock and Southend on Sea
- Bedfordshire and Milton Keynes
- Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
- Kent and Medway
- Hampshire, Portsmouth and Southampton
- Assume from, Wokingham, Bracknell Forest, Windsor and Maidenhead, West Berkshire
- Wiltshire and Swindon.