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Delayed opening January 2020

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 are coloured as

 follows:- Red = increase from previous day, No Colour = no change, Green = decrease from previous day, Purple = increase > 40 cases a week, Navy = >100 cases a week, Burgundy = >150 cases pw., Blue = 200+cases  a week, Yellow = 300+ cases a

 week, Grey = 400+ cases pw and Black = 500+ cases pw with change of font colour for every next 100 cases.   At 26.5.20 Ashford transmission rate was 589.4. Where cases rise 9+ in a single day, figures are made bold and italicised.


AREA OF KENT

10.1.21

11.1.21

12.1.21

13.1.21

WEEK 33

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Ashford

7574

5824.7

7687

5911.6

7798

5997.0

7876

6057.0

Canterbury

7845

4743.2

7981

4825.4

8075

4882.3

8201

4958.5

Dover

6174

5226.4

6267

5305.1

6335

5362.7

6386

5405.9

Folkestone/Hythe

5906

5226.7

5993

5303.7

6073

5374.5

6182

5471.0

Maidstone

9765

5683.1

9899

5761.1

10017

5829.7

10153

5908.9

Medway

20794

7464.9

21063

7561.5

21300

7646.6

21554

7737.8

Sevenoaks

5128

4246.8

5195

4302.3

5262

4357.8

5358

4437.3

Swale

10914

7272.0

11033

7351.3

11132

7417.3

11232

7483.9

Thanet

8747

6163.2

8857

6240.8

8998

6340.1

9115

6422.5

Tonbridge/Malling

6206

4696.1

6286

4756.6

6367

4817.9

6455

4884.5

Tunbridge Wells

4107

3459.3

4179

3519.9

4245

3575.3

4312

3632.0


AREA OF KENT

14.1.21

15.1.21

16.1.21

Number of new cases since 9.1.21

WEEK 33

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Ashford

7966

6126.2

8113

6239.2

8169

6282.3

704

Canterbury

8274

5002.6

8385

5069.7

8471

5121.7

715

Dover

6454

5463.4

6566

5558.2

6658

5636.1

565

Folkestone/Hythe

6282

5559.5

6422

5683.4

6481

5735.6

685

Maidstone

10265

5974.1

10459

6087.0

10610

6174.9

984

Medway

21752

7808.9

22077

7925.5

22317

8011.7

1792!***

Sevenoaks

5424

4491.9

5516

4568.1

5599

4636.9

538

Swale

11339

7555.2

11466

7639.8

11544

7691.8

709

Thanet

9206

6486.7

9351

6588.8

9448

6657.2

818

Tonbridge/Malling

6534

4944.3

6684

5057.8

6762

5116.8

642

Tunbridge Wells

4390

3697.7

4479

3772.6

4543

3826.5

526

 

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 17th January showed Kent had 96471 cases and a rate of 6099.8 per 100 000 people – 8705 more cases since this time last week.

 

END of WEEK 33: 16.1.21                 MOST AFFECTED CITY/COUNTY COUNCIL AREAS IN ENGLAND

Blackburn with Darwen

Barking and Dagenham

Redbridge

Havering

Knowsley

Cases:

14201

Rate:

9486.6

Cases:

18975

Rate:

8912.4

Cases:

27112

Rate:

8882.7

Cases:

22859

Rate:

8807.1

Cases:

13190

Rate:

8743.1

END of WEEK 33: 16.1.21                  MOST AFFECTED BOROUGHS IN ENGLAND

Blackburn with Darwen – as above

Burnley

Barking and Dagenham – as above

Redbridge – as above

Havering – as above

Cases:

Rate:

Cases:

8120

Rate:

9131.8

Cases:

Rate:

Cases:

Rate:

Cases:

Rate:

 

The following chart lists the local areas placed in the Tier 4 alert level. Lockdown was imposed on the areas below on 20.12.20 and then on 30.12.20 due to the total number of cases, cases within the over 60s, the rate of rise in cases ,the number of positive

 tests and the pressure on the NHS. 

 

END of WEEK 33: 16.1.21    MOST AFFECTED AREAS LISTED BY NAME: THERE IS A NEW MUTATION OF THE CORONAVIRUS WHICH IS 56 - 70% MORE INFECTIOUS THAN THE ORIGINAL STRAIN

LOCKDOWN

The country is now in lockdown as from 4.1.21. This includes all school settings with the exception of nurseries and pre-school provision. This current lockdown will be reviewed on 15.2.21.


 

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