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Covid-19 - A Quick Guide for Parents/Carers

Coming to school in a Bubble

 

If your child is returning to school in a 'bubble' this is a link for a great story to help explain what that will be like.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUXDX0WFyno

 

 

Daily Cases and the Rate of Coronavirus Infection within the Areas of Kent as from 31st May 2020. (The rate is defined as per 100 000 people).

This information has been collated from the daily statistics published on the Gov.UK site. These daily

 publications reflect the cases and transmission rate for the previous day except 3 & 4.10.20 when an

 extra 15841 missed cases were added nationally. The daily cases and rate will be collected and produced

for each week as from the date the government decided schools should re-open i.e.  1st June 2020. In addition,

at the end of each week, other information will be collected from borough, county and regional levels from

 across England to provide a snapshot comparison with the areas within Kent. Kent Live reported that the

figure for Ashford on 1.6.20 ie 625.8 was a rise of 89.8 in the rate per 100 000 from 11 days previously.

On 2.7.20 Public Health England changed the reporting methodology to include those identified by testing

 in all settings (Pillars 1 & 2). On 4.8.20 reporting was moved to a BETA release site and some of the rates

per 100 000 reduced. A new 3 Tier Alert system was introduced on 14.10.20

 

Cells will be coloured as follows:- Red = rate increased from previous day, No Colour = no change,

 Green = decrease from previous day, Purple = increase > 40 cases in a week, Navy = >100 cases a week.

At 26.5.20 Ashford transmission rate was 589.4. Where cases rise 9+ in a single day, the figures will be made bold and italicised.

AREA OF KENT

11.10.20

12.10.20

13.10.20

14.10.20

WEEK 20

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Ashford

1463

1125.1

1473

1132.8

1483

1140.5

1489

1145.1

Canterbury

924

558.7

937

566.5

944

570.8

961

581.0

Dover

813

688.2

822

695.8

830

702.6

836

707.7

Folkestone/Hythe

883

781.4

887

785.0

888

785.9

890

787.6

Maidstone

843

490.6

849

494.1

873

508.1

888

516.8

Medway

1393

500.1

1408

505.5

1420

509.8

1433

514.4

Sevenoaks

582

482.0

595

492.8

611

506.0

625

517.6

Swale

758

505.1

767

511.1

791

527.0

808

538.4

Thanet

1023

720.8

1027

723.6

1032

727.2

1042

734.2

Tonbridge/Malling

533

403.3

538

407.1

554

419.2

564

426.8

Tunbridge Wells

705

593.8

713

600.6

721

607.3

737

620.8

 

 

AREA OF KENT

15.10.20

16.10.20

17.10.20

Number of new cases since 10.10.20

WEEK 20

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Ashford

1500

1153.6

1505

1157.4

1511

1162.0

53

Canterbury

976

590.1

982

593.7

992

599.8

78

Dover

842

712.8

849

718.7

858

726.3

50

Folkestone/Hythe

893

790.3

902

798.3

905

800.9

23

Maidstone

899

523.2

907

527.9

911

530.2

78

Medway

1457

523.1

1471

528.1

1490

534.9

110

Sevenoaks

639

529.2

650

538.3

657

544.1

78

Swale

835

556.4

851

567.0

870

579.7

121

Thanet

1056

744.1

1063

749.0

1069

753.2

47

Tonbridge/Malling

573

433.6

584

441.9

595

450.2

70

Tunbridge Wells

747

629.2

756

636.8

767

646.0

66

 

The following chart helps to put the Kent cases and transmission rate into context by comparing Kent

with the city/ county council areas/boroughs which are most affected. Data published on the Gov.UK site

 on Sunday 23rd August showed Kent had 11043 cases and a rate of 698.2 per 100 000 people.

 

END of WEEK 20: 17.10.20                   MOST AFFECTED CITY/COUNTY COUNCIL AREAS IN ENGLAND

Knowsley

Liverpool

Blackburn with Darwen

Oldham

Manchester

Cases:

4603

Rate:

3051.1

Cases:

14173

Rate:

2845.7

Cases:

4133

Rate:

2760.8

Cases:

6412

Rate:

2704.2

Cases:

14678

Rate:

 

2654.9

END of WEEK 20: 17.10.20                   MOST AFFECTED BOROUGHS IN ENGLAND

Knowsley – as above

Liverpool- as above

Blackburn with Darwen- as above

Burnley

Oldham

Cases:

Rate:

Cases:

Rate:

Cases:

Rate:

Cases:2421

Rate:

2722.7

Cases:

6412

Rate:

2704.2

The following chart lists the local areas placed in the HIGH (Tier 2) or VERY HIGH (Tier 3) alert levels. The list is produced by first considering the

boroughs with the highest weekly incidence rate of Covid 19 and its trend (a spike in cases), combined with a range of other indicators, an

 assessment of the local response and plans, and the trend of healthcare activity and mortality.

END of WEEK 20: 17.10.20    MOST AFFECTED BOROUGHS LISTED BY NAME

TIER 1 – (medium alert level)

All areas within England are at this level apart from the areas listed below

TIER 2 -  (high alert level)

Cheshire W & E & Chester, Warrington, Manchester, Bolton, Bury, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, Wigan, Salford, Rochdale, Oldham, High Peak wards in Derbyshire, Leeds, Bradford, Kirklees, Calderdale, Wakefield, Barnsley, Rotherham, Doncaster, Sheffield, Durham, Northumberland, Newcastle, N & S Tyneside, Gateshead, Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Redcar & Cleveland, Stockton-on -Tees, Darlington, Hartlepool, Birmingham, Sandwell, Solihull, Wolverhampton, Walsall, Leicester, Oadby & Wigston, Ashfield, Bassetlaw, Broxtowe, Gedling, Mansfield, Newark & Sherwood, Nottingham City, Rushcliffe, Barrow in Furness, Chesterfield, Erewash, NE Derbyshire, Basildon, Braintree, Brentwood, Castle Point, Chelmsford, Colchester, Epping Forest, Harlow, Maldon, Rochford, Tendring, Uttlesford, all London, Elmbridge, York.

TIER 3 – (very high alert level)

Liverpool, Knowsley, Wirral, St Helens, Sefton, Halton, Blackpool, Blackburn with Darwen, Burnley, Chorley, Fylde, Hyndburn, Lancaster, Pendle, Preston, Ribble Valley, Rossendale, S Ribble, W Lancs, Wyre.

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