The latest coronavirus infection rates across Swansea

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The areas of Swansea with the highest rates of coronavirus have been revealed in the latest set of statistics published by Public Health Wales.

The number of cases, calculated per 100,000 population in each area of the city have been published for a seven day rolling period ending on January 9.

And they show that Llangyfelach and Tircoed is currently the worst affected area with a rate of 452.0 cases per 100,000 population.

That is followed by Gowerton with 431.9 cases per 100,000, Gorseinon with 413.6 and Birchgrove with 384.4.

In terms of the highest number of cases, Gorseinon is the worst hit with 44, and the least affected area is Mumbles and Newton, which only has five cases.

This data shows a breakdown of different parts of the city…

The total number of cases is followed by the incidence per 100,000 population

Llangyfelach & Tircoed – 38 cases, 452.0

Gowerton – 29 cases, 431.9

Gorseinon – 44 cases, 413.6

Birchgrove – 31 cases, 384.4

Morriston South – 29 cases, 381.6

Morriston North – 33 cases, 372.3

Tycoch – 29 cases, 354.1

Townhill – 32 cases, 351.7

Bonymaen – 26 cases, 345.4

St Thomas – 28 cases, 338.6

Cockett – 23 cases, 317.4

Loughor – 30 cases, 314.2

Landore – 32 cases, 311.0

Ravenhill – 26 cases, 308.5

Cwmbwrla – 23 cases, 294.1

Pontarddulais – 18 cases, 269.2

Dunvant and Upper Killay – 15 cases, 267.0

Llansamlet – 18 cases, 256.2

Brynmill – 26 cases, 255.3

Uplands – 23 cases, 237.0

West Gower – 12 cases, 189.2

Penderry – 18 cases, 186.7

West Cross – 12 cases, 184.4

Killay – nine cases, 179.5

Clydach & Mawr – 17 cases, 178.4

Llanmorlais & Three Crosses – nine cases, 177.3

Sketty – 11 cases, 173.1

Mayals & Bishopston – ten cases, 172.0

Central Swansea – 17 cases, 165.3

Mynyddbach – 15 cases, 165.0

Mumbles & Newton – five cases, 67.5

The latest coronavirus statistics in your area…

Incident director for the novel coronavirus outbreak response at Public Health Wales, Dr Eleri Davies said today: “The number of positive coronavirus cases remains extremely high in Wales and is cause for serious concern, due to the impact on NHS Wales services.

“All of Wales remains in lockdown. We ask that the public adopts the same mindset for this lockdown as they did in March 2020.

“We understand that people are fatigued but because the new, more infectious variant of coronavirus is circulating across Wales it is vital that we all keep to the lockdown restrictions and not to meet other people.

“This means stay at home. If exercising outdoors, please do this alone or with members of your household or support bubble only. Shop online, but if you do need to visit essential retail then do this alone, if possible, to minimise numbers of people in retail spaces, and avoid stopping to chat with people outside your household. If you must leave home keep your distance, wash your hands regularly, and wear a face mask when required according to the regulations.

“Public Health Wales urges everyone to follow the rules, to avoid transmission of coronavirus and to protect everyone in our communities, including the most vulnerable.”



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