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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

 

 

38th SAGE Meeting Report

Below are the links to the two scientific reports by SAGE regarding safe reopening of schools. One is independent of the Government but both work for SAGE.

 

http://www.independentsage.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Independent-Sage-Brief-Report-on-Schools.pdf

 

https://dfemedia.blog.gov.uk/2020/05/22/sage-evidence-papers/

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).

The following information has been collated from the daily statistics published on the Public

 Health England site. These daily publications reflect the cases and transmission rate for the previous

day. 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).

 

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

Green = decrease from previous day, Purple = increase > 50 cases in 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

26.7.20

27.7.20

28.7.20

29.7.20

WEEK 9

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Ashford

1335

1032.6

1340

1036.5

1340

1036.5

1346

1041.1

Canterbury

704

427.8

707

429.6

708

430.3

711

432.1

Dover

681

582.2

683

583.9

683

583.9

684

584.8

Folkestone/Hythe

749

665.3

748

664.4

749

665.3

748

664.4

Maidstone

656

386.0

657

386.6

659

387.7

661

388.9

Medway

1082

389.4

1084

390.1

1085

390.5

1089

391.9

Sevenoaks

374

310.9

374

310.9

374

310.9

374

310.9

Swale

532

358.2

533

358.9

533

358.9

535

360.2

Thanet

890

627.6

893

629.7

899

633.9

900

634.6

Tonbridge/Malling

357

273.5

359

275.1

359

275.1

359

275.1

Tunbridge Wells

482

408.3

482

408.3

482

408.3

483

409.1

 

 

AREA OF KENT

30.7.20

31.7.20

1.8.20

Number of new cases since 18.7.20

WEEK 9

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Ashford

1349

1043.5

1349

1043.5

1351

1045.0

17

Canterbury

713

433.3

714

433.9

714

433.9

11

Dover

685

585.6

688

588.2

688

588.2

9

Folkestone/Hythe

751

667.1

756

671.5

760

675.1

15 new

Maidstone

662

389.5

663

390.1

665

391.3

13

Medway

1093

393.4

1094

393.7

1099

395.5

19

Sevenoaks

377

313.4

377

313.4

377

313.4

3

Swale

538

362.2

542

364.9

546

367.6

14

Thanet

904

637.4

905

638.1

906

638.8

16

Tonbridge/Malling

359

275.1

359

275.1

361

276.6

7

Tunbridge Wells

485

410.8

486

411.7

489

414.2

12

 

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

with the city/ county council areas which are most and least affected. Data published on the Public

 Health England site on Sunday 2nd August showed Kent had 8188 cases and a rate of 522.0 per

 100 000 people.

 

END of WEEK 9: 1.8.20                   MOST AFFECTED CITY/COUNTY COUNCIL AREAS IN ENGLAND

Leicester

Blackburn with Darwen

Bradford

Oldham

Rochdale

Cases:

4986

Rate:

1403.6

Cases:

1418

Rate:

952.0

Cases:

5096

Rate:

948.7

Cases:

2159

Rate:

916.3

Cases:

1882

Rate:

855.5

END of WEEK 9: 1.8.20                   LEAST AFFECTED CITY/COUNTY COUNCIL AREAS IN ENGLAND

N E Lincolnshire

Devon

Cornwall/Isles of Scilly

Dorset

Bath & N E Somerset

Cases:

217

Rate:

135.8

Cases:

1244

Rate:

156.4

Cases:

929

Rate:

163.5

Cases:

618

Rate:

164.2

Cases:

353

Rate:

183.8

 

 

The following chart shows the most affected/ least affected boroughs in England for comparison with

 Kent boroughs  as above.

 

END of WEEK 9: 1.8.20                   MOST AFFECTED BOROUGHS IN ENGLAND

Leicester

Ashford

Blackburn with Darwen

Bradford

Oldham

Cases:

4986

Rate:

1403.6

Cases:

1351

Rate:

1045.0

Cases:

1418

Rate:

952.0

Cases:

5096

Rate:

948.7

Cases:

2159

Rate:

916.3

END of WEEK 9: 1.8.20                   LEAST AFFECTED BOROUGHS IN ENGLAND

Torridge

South Hams

Mendip

North Devon

West Devon

Cases:

54

Rate:

79.2

Cases:

98

Rate:

113.7

Cases:

131

Rate:

114.0

Cases:

122

Rate:

126.9

Cases:

73

Rate:

131.5

 

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